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Drafted in the first round by the in 1958, Iowa DT Alex Karras would play 12 seasons in the NFL, all with Detroit.  After his playing career ended Karras hosted a Canadian Football League pre-game show on Windsor, ONT's CKWL-TV, Ch-9.  What CFL team tried to sign Karras in 1958 before he inked with the Lions?
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Thursday, November 15th, 2018

Fan Fact

NOVEMBER 15, 1948:     The Tigers selected 26-year old RHP Bob Hooper from the New York Giants in the minor league draft. The Leamington, ONT (southeast of Windsor) native had been signed by the Giants in 1941. Hooper never did pitch for Detroit, but did finally reach the big leagues in 1950 with the Philadelphia Athletics. Hooper went 40-&-41 with a 4.80-ERA in six seasons with the A's, Cleveland Indians and Cincinnati Redlegs from 1950--55. In this same draft the Tigers lost OFielder Ed Mierkowicz to the St. Louis Cardinals. The Wyandotte, MICH native had played parts of three seasons with the Tigers and appeared in one inning as a defensive replacement in the 1945 World Series.  Mierkowicz was 0-for-1 as a pinch hitter for the 1950 Cards, his only St. Louis contest, to end a 35 game big league career which included just 1-HR, 4-RBI and a .175-BA.

POW Award

Rochester Hills  resident 34-year old "Desi" Linden of the Hanson-Brooks team became the first American woman to win the annual (122nd) Boston Marathon in 23 years when she overcame unusually cold, wet and windy conditions in the New England Patriot's Day event on 4/16/2018. The two-time Olympian (2012 & 2016) pulled away from the field in the final five miles of the 26 mile route in a time of 2:39:54, over 10-mins better than her previous personal best. Linden lost the 2011 Boston Marathon by 2-sec. Linden is our Player-of-the-Week Award winner for the period of April 16th--22nd, 2018, her first POW Award.  

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