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Signed off the Detroit sandlots, RHP Milt Pappas pitched 17 years in the major leagues, primarily with the Baltimore Orioles. He won 209 games in those 17 seasons.  In 1966 Pappas was traded by the Birds to the Cincinnati Reds for future HoFame OFielder Frank Robinson.  What Detroit high school team did Pappas pitch for?
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Tuesday, August 14th, 2018

Fan Fact

AUGUST 14, 1938:     The Tigers came away winless from a Sunday doubleheader at St. Louis. The Browns had a 5-R/B-2nd on their way to a 7-1 win in the opener. Bobo Newsom allowed just 1-H with a dozen strikeouts in the complete game win (13-10), although he walked six. Mexican Mel Almada was 1-for-5 with a triple, 2-R & 3-RBI and George McQuinn was 2-for-5 with a double and 2-RBI for the Browns. Birdie Tebbits had the lone Tiger basehit, going 1-for-2 plus 2-W. Detroit starter Vern Kennedy lasted just 1.2-IP to give up 5-R/5-ER and suffer the loss (10-8). In the nightcap the Tigers pushed across a pair of T-9th runs to earn a 3-3, 9-INN tie. Tebbetts' pinch-hit single deadlocked the contest by driving in Pete Fox. All the St. Louis runs had come in the B-7th, a 3-R outburst capped by a 2-run double from Harlond Clift.  

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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