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DID YOU KNOW? (SEPTEMBER, 2005) [ 10-27-2005 ]
    The Lions' season and home opening victory vs Green Bay at Ford Field on 9/11/05 gave Detroit its third consecutive year with a win in both the NFL season and home openers.  ...
DID YOU KNOW? (AUGUST, 2005) [ 08-15-2005 ]
    When the Tigers swept a doubleheader at Kansas City on 8/15/05 it marked the first time the Tigers had won both games of a twinbill in more than three years.     With t...
DID YOU KNOW? (first posted JULY, 2005) [ 07-02-2005 ]
>>caption:  MAC PRECEDED TRAM<<       Dick McAuliffe is best remembered as the scrappy 2Bman of the 1968 World Champion Detroit Tigers, but played most of his early MLB career at SStop. M...
DID YOU KNOW ? (first posted JUNE, 2005) [ 06-07-2005 ]
>>caption:   FRANK HOWARD<<       Major League Baseball returned to Washington in 2005 season when the National League Montreal Expos moved to D.C.       In modern MLB history two other c...
DID YOU KNOW? (MAY, 2005) [ 04-11-2005 ]
    CFielder Nook Logan was presented with the 2004 Detroit Sports Broadcasters Association "2004 Tiger Rookie of the Year" Award by DSBA President Kurt M. (Coach Kurt) Schneider prio...
DID YOU KNOW? (APRIL, 2005) [ 04-11-2005 ]
    22-year old Jeremy Bonderman, this season's Tiger Opening Day starter, was the youngest starting pitcher for Detroit in 77 seasons. Prior to Bonderman Detroit's youngest starting pi...
DID YOU KNOW? (MARCH, 2005) [ 02-27-2005 ]
      He led the Red Wings to a series of Stanley Cup Championships and when he retired he was the NHL's leading scorer. His name was Howe. But before there was Gordie Howe there was...
DID YOU KNOW? (FEBRUARY, 2005) [ 02-22-2005 ]
      The 1968 World Series Champion Detroit Tigers were a vastly different team than the 1967 Tigers who lost the American League pennant by just one game on the season's final day. A...
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