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TIGERS & PHILS SPLIT TWINBILL.....Philadelphia 6, TIGERS 2, DH-Gm-1 & TIGERS 5, Phila. 4 (11-INN), DH-Gm-2, Th 6/17/04 [ 06-17-2004 ]
PHILADELPHIA, PA:       The worst thing that can happen in a day-night doubleheader is a rain delay in the nightcap. The second worst thing is having to go extra innings in the seco...
WET TIGERS WILL WAIT.....W, 6/16/04 [ 06-16-2004 ]
PHILADELPHIA, PA:     The rain which delayed the Tigers Tuesday night win in Philadelphia wouldn't go away Wednesday, so the Tiges suffered their first rain-out of the 2004 season....
TIGERS TRAMPLE PHILS.....TIGERS 10, Philadelphia 3, T 6/15/04 [ 06-16-2004 ]
PHILADELPHIA, PA:     Jeremy Bonderman bounced-back from three short outings to pitch one-hit ball over 7-INN (W, 5-5)  to lead the Tigers to a 10-3 interleague win in Philadel...
PISTONS WIN 3RD NBA TITLE.....PISTONS 100, LA Lakers 87, T 6/15/04 [ 06-16-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:       Hockeytown is Hooptown again.       A spring which was supposed to bring Motown its fourth Stanley Cup in seven years instead brought Detroi...
PISTONS ONE WIN AWAY FROM THE CROWN.....PISTONS 88, LA Lakers 80, S 6/13/04 [ 06-14-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:     The Lakers tried to ride Shaq Diesel past the Pistons on Sunday night. Although Shaquille O'Neal rebounded from a 14-P Game Three with Game Four highs of...
FISH FOIL TIGER BID.....Florida 9, TIGERS 2, S 6/13/04 [ 06-13-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:     Bidding for their first home series sweep of the season the Tigers ran headlong into the D-Train on Sunday afternoon at Comerica Park. The result:  Florida...
SHOCK SMACK INDY.....SHOCK 72, Indiana 68, Sa 6/12/04 [ 06-13-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:     Playing their second game in two nights in two different cities the Detroit Shock posted their fourth consecutive victory by beating the Indiana Fever...
TIGERS MATCH SEASON HIGH WIN STREAK.....TIGERS 6, Florida 2, Sa 6/12/04 [ 06-13-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:     For the first time since they opened the season the Tigers have won four in a row. Saturday evening at Comerica Park the Tigs topped the defending world champio...
SHOCK WIN AT WASHINGTON.....SHOCK 74, Washington 60, F 6/11/04 [ 06-12-2004 ]
WASHINGTON, DC:     Suddenly the Shock are on a roll, winning their third in a row after a 1-&-3 start, now at 4-&-3 in defense of their WNBA championship.     Tied at 3...
TIGERS DOUBLE-UP MARLINS.....TIGERS 8, Florida 4, F 6/11/04 [ 06-12-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:     The Tigers continued on a roll, posting their first three game winning streak since opening the season on a four game win string. Detroit defeated the defending W...
PISTONS ROUT LAKERS, GO UP 2-1.....PISTONS 88, LA Lakers 68, Th 6/10/04 [ 06-11-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:       Immediately erasing the stain of of a blown lead and an overtime Game Two loss in LA, the Pistons dominated the heavily favored Lakers in an 88-68 Game...
TIGERS WIN SERIES FROM BRAVES.....TIGERS 7, Atlanta 4, Th 6/10/04 [ 06-11-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:       The Tigers beat the Braves and the raindrops for the second time in 16 hours in winning a Thursday Downtown Detroit matinee, 7-4.       By taking 2-...
TIGERS DOUBLE-UP BRAVES.....TIGERS 4, Atlanta 2, W 6/9/04 [ 06-10-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:       The Tigers took a 1-0/B-1st lead and held on to defeat the Atlanta Braves 4-2 at Comerica Park on Wednesday night to even their interleague series at 1-1. &nb...
SHOCK GET EVEN ON SEASON.....SHOCK 83, Indiana 79, W 6/9/04 [ 06-10-2004 ]
INDIANAPOLIS, IN:     The defending WNBA champion Detroit Shock rebounded from a bad first half in Indianapolis and a bad start to the new season.     Out-scored in the o...
LAKERS EVEN FINALS.....LA Lakers 99, PISTONS 91 (OT), T 6/8/04 [ 06-09-2004 ]
LA, CA:       The Pistons lost a late 4th-Q, 6-pt lead, and then the game in overtime, as the Lakers evened the NBA Finals at a game each with a west coast 99-91 victory.   ...
BRAVES BEAT TIGERS ON BOBBLE.....Atlanta 4, TIGERS 3 (10-INN), T 6/8/04 [ 06-08-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:     The Tigers opened 2004 interleague play by literally throwing one away against the visiting Atlanta Braves, dropping a 4-3, 10-INN decision on Tuesday evening at...
PISTONS WIN GAME ONE IN LA.....PISTONS 87, LA Lakers 75, S 6/6/06 [ 06-07-2004 ]
LA, CA:       When you open the NBA Finals on the road you have to "steal one" if you hope to win the championship. The Pistons didn't steal Game One @ LA, they earned it. Final: &n...
SHOCK EDGE CONN.....SHOCK 74, Connecticut 73, S 6/6/04 [ 06-06-2004 ]
HARTFORD, CT:     The defending WNBA champion Detroit Shock have had second half fades early this season. Not so Sunday as the Shock out-pointed the hometowners 40-28 after intermis...
TWINS EDGE TIGERS IN RUBBER GAME.....Minnesota 6, TIGERS 5, S 6/6/04 [ 06-06-2004 ]
MINNEAPOLIS, MN:       Looking for their first series win in Minneapolis since 1999 the Tigers took a 2-0 lead into the B-6th, but a late fade later, Detroit had lost again at the M...
TIGERS WHITEWASH TWINS.....TIGERS 6, Minnesota 0, Sa 6/5/04 [ 06-05-2004 ]
MINNEAPOLIS, MN:     The Tigers earned their fourth shutout of the season and second in four days as they blanked the Twins 6-0 in a Saturday Metrodome matinee.     Gary...
TWINS EDGE TIGERS.....Minnesota 3, TIGERS 2, F 6/4/04 [ 06-05-2004 ]
MINNEAPOLIS, MN:     Two struggling AL-Central teams met under the HomerDome on Friday night and the homestanding Twins topped the Tigers 3-2 on a solo shot by Tori Hunter for a B-...
ROYALS EARN SPLIT IN DETROIT.....Kansas City 9, TIGERS 6, Th 6/3/04 [ 06-04-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:       Kaycee clubbed Tiger starter Jeremy Bonderman for seven early runs and held on to top the Tigers 9-6 in a Thursday matinee at Comerica Park.       In...
TIGERS BLANK ROYALS.....TIGERS 2, Kansas City 0, W 6/2/04 [ 06-04-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:       For the dwindling number of baseball purists in our midst, Wednesday was the most enjoyable game at Comerica Park this season. The Tigers beat visiting Kansas C...
MYSTICS EDGE SHOCK.....Washington 65, SHOCK 63, W 6/2/04 [ 06-02-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:     The defending WNBA champion Detroit Shock dropped to 1-&-3 on the young season with a mid-day matinee 65-63 loss to visiting Washington at the Palace on W...
TIGERS LOSE 3-0 LEAD AND THE GAME.....Kansas City 5, TIGERS 3, T 6/1/01 [ 06-02-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:     The Tigers squandered a 3-0/End-5th lead and dropped a 5-3 decision to Kansas City on Tuesday night at Comerica Park.     Mike Sweeney followed an int...
PISTONS OUST INDY, HEAD TO NBA FINALS.....PISTONS 69, Indiana 65, T 6/1/04 [ 06-02-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:     The Pistons are in the NBA Finals for the fourth time in Detroit hoop history and the for first time since the original Bad Boys won the second of their...
RECORD DAY AT THE COPA.....TIGERS 8, Kansas City 4, M 5/31/04 [ 06-01-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:     In a windy Memorial Day matinee in Downtown Motown the Tigers had their first five homerun day at Comerica Park. The result:  Tigers 8, Kansas City 4, and th...
PISTONS ROUT PACERS IN INDY.....PISTONS 83, Indians 65, S 5/30/04 [ 05-31-2004 ]
INDIANAPOLIS, IN:     The Pistons scored first, never trailed and routed the Pacers on Indy's Conseco Fieldhouse home floor on Sunday night, 83-65, to take a 3-2 lead in the NBA Eas...
ORIOLES SWEEP TIGERS.....Baltimore 7, TIGERS 3, S 5/30/04 [ 05-30-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:     The Orioles had a 6-R/T-9th to pull out a 7-3 Sunday matinee decision at Comerica Park and hand the Tigers their first 3-game home sweep defeat of the season....
FURY FINISH WITH WIN.....FURY 64, Grand Rapids 54, Sa 5/29/04 [ 05-30-2004 ]
VAN ANDEL ARENA:     Concluding a sorry season, the Detroit Fury picked on an even weaker sister on Saturday night, scoring a 64-54 win at Grand Rapids.     The Fury fina...
SPARKS SHOCK DETROIT.....Los Angeles 63, SHOCK 60, Sa 5/29/04 [ 05-30-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:     The LA Sparks stunned the defending WNBA champion Shock with an improbable second half comeback for a 63-60 win at the Palace on Saturday.    ...
BIRDS BEAT TIGERS AGAIN.....Baltimore 8, TIGERS 4, Sa 5/29/04 [ 05-30-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:       The Tigers wasted bases-loaded opportunity again and lost to visiting Baltimore for the second consecutive evening, 8-4 at Comerica Park on Saturday night. &n...
BALTIMORE BESTS TIGERS.....Baltimore 7, TIGERS 5, F 5/28/04 [ 05-29-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:     Former Oriole Jason Johnson started fast was quickly ran out of gas and Baltimore beat the Tigers 7-5 at Comerica Park on Friday night in the opener of a 3-game,...
PACERS TIE PISTONS 2-ALL.....Indiana 83, PISTONS 68, F 5/28/04 [ 05-29-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:     After a Game Three loss, Indiana head coach Rick Carlisle said his team needed a better start to have a chance to win in Auburn Hills. Carlisle made a ke...
TIGERS KLOBBER KAYCEE.....TIGERS 17, Kansas City 7, Th 5/27/04 [ 05-27-2004 ]
KANSAS CITY, MO:       After a pair of defeats, one controversial and one narrow, at Kansas City in Tuesday & Wednesday night games, the Tigers closed the series and a 9-game road t...
PISTONS GO UP 2-1 ON PACERS.....PISTONS 85, Indiana 78, W 5/26/04 [ 05-27-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:     The Pistons withstood a late surge by the visitors to beat Indiana 85-78 Wednesday night at the Palace to take a 2-1 lead in the NBA Eastern Conference F...
ROYALS BEAT DETROIT AGAIN.....Kansas City 7, TIGERS 3, W 5/26/04 [ 05-27-2004 ]
KANSAS CITY, MO:     Matt Stairs hit a 2rHR/B-1st deep to RField, the Royals never trailed, and went on to defeat Detroit for the second straight night, this time 7-3 on Wednesday e...
NY SINKS SHOCK.....New York 64, SHOCK 52, W 5/26/04 [ 05-26-2004 ]
NEW YORK, NY:     Becky Harmon scored 10 of her 12-P in the 2nd-H as the New York Liberty beat the Shock 64-52 in the Big Apple on Wednesday night. Harmon showed she's back in top...
TIGS LOSE ON UMPIRE'S CALL IN KC.....Kansas City 4, TIGERS 3, T 5/25/04 [ 05-26-2004 ]
KANSAS CITY, MO:     Often the center of controversy during his brief, undistinguished major league career, 2Base umpire C.B. Bucknor called a runner's interference/ double-play to...
GUARANTEED WIN NIGHT IN INDIANA.....PISTONS 72, Indiana 67, M 5/24/04 [ 05-25-2004 ]
INDIANAPOLIS, IN:     It looked like "Egg on Face" time early, but the Pistons rallied from a cold-shooting first quarter to score a 72-67 victory Monday night at Canseco Fieldhous...
FURY FALL IN HOME FINALE.....Colorado 45, FURY 42, S 5/23/04 [ 05-24-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:     The Detroit Fury concluded their Arena Football League home season with their 7th consecutive loss, a 45-42 heartbreaker to the Colorado Crush Sunday afte...
MARINERS' GARCIA TAMES TIGERS.....Seattle 3, TIGERS1, S 5/23/04 [ 05-24-2004 ]
SEATTLE, WA:     Mariners ace RHander Freddy Garcia finally got a little run support and the M's beat the Tigers 3-1 Sunday afternoon @ Safeco Field to keep Detroit from sweeping th...
TIGERS DOUBLE TROUBLE FOR MARINERS.....TIGERS 8, Seattle 4, Sa 5/22/04 [ 05-23-2004 ]
SEATTLE, WA:     Craig Monroe failed with the bases loaded in the T-1st & again T-9th, but in between he drove a bases-clearing 3r2B to deep LCF in the T-8th to snap a 2-all tie and...
SHOCK OPEN NEW SEASON WITH ROAD WIN.....SHOCK 73, San Antonio 60, Sa 5/22/04 [ 05-23-2004 ]
SAN ANTONIO, TX:     The WNBA Champion Detroit Shock opened defense of their title with a 73-60 win at San Antonio on Saturday.     It wasn't as easy as the final score a...
PACERS EDGE PISTONS IN GAME ONE.....Indiana 78, PISTONS 74, Sa 5/22/04 [ 05-23-2004 ]
INDIANAPOLIS, IN:     Indiana survived a late game cold streak and got by the Pistons on Saturday night, 78-74 in Game One of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals for the Pacers' 14th...
TIGERS SHUTOUT MARINERS.....TIGERS 5, Seattle 0, F 5/21/04 [ 05-22-2004 ]
SEATTLE, WA:     The Tigers snapped a two-game losing skid and pulled even at 2-&-2 on their western road swing with a 5-0 victory at Safeco Field in Seattle late night Friday. &...
PISTONS ROUT NETS IN GAME SEVEN.....PISTONS 90, New Jersey 69, Th 5/20/04 [ 05-21-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:       The Pistons advanced to the NBA Eastern Conference Finals for the second consecutive spring, ousting the two-time Eastern Conference champs from New...
2 Es = L vs A's.....Oakland 3, TIGERS 2, Th 5/20/04 [ 05-21-2004 ]
OAKLAND CA:     A pair of Tiger 8th-INN errors enabled Oakland to snap a 2-all tie and score a 3-2 win over the Tigers in a Thursday by-the-bay matinee.     Erubiel Duraz...
KIELTY KLOBBERS TIGERS.....Oakland 6, TIGERS 2, W 5/19/04 [ 05-20-2004 ]
OAKLAND, CA:       Oakland RFielder Bobby Kielty went 3-for-4 with 2-HR & 4-RBI to power the A's past the Tigers late night Tuesday, 6-2.       Kielty gave the A's a 2-0...
TIGERS OPEN TRIP WITH WIN.....TIGERS 5, Oakland 1, T 5/18/04 [ 05-19-2004 ]
OAKLAND, CA:     The Tigers opened their 9-game western road swing with a 5-1 win at Oakland late night Tuesday.     The victory was the Tigs second straight and fourth i...
PISTONS STAY ALIVE.....PISTONS 81, New Jersey 75, S 5/16/04 [ 05-17-2004 ]
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ:     The Pistons reached deep down inside themselves and avoided NBA playoff elimination, at least temporarily, by scoring an 81-75 victory at the New Jersey Mea...
TIGS TAME TEXAS AGAIN.....TIGERS 3, Texas 1, S 5/16/04 [ 05-16-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:     The Tigers made it 2-out-of-3 over Texas for the second consecutive weekend, this time at home, topping the Texicans 3-1 Sunday afternoon at Comerica Park. &nbs...
ARIZONA RATTLES FURY.....Arizona 57, FURY 33, Sa 5/15/04 [ 05-16-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:     The Fury concluded their home season in dreadfull fashion, dropping their 6th straight game in losing to visiting Arizona 57-33 on Saturday.   &nbs...
RANGERS DOWN TIGERS.....Texas 6, TIGERS 1, Sa 5/15/04 [ 05-15-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:     Tiger starter Nate Robinson set a career best with 10 strikeouts and tied Boston's Pedro Martinez for second most Ks in the American League (50), but Robertson r...
NETS OUTLAST PISTONS IN PALACE MARATHON.....New Jersey 127, PISTONS 120 (3/OT) [ 05-15-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:       In the first road win of the series, in the first non-blowout game of the series, the Nets outlasted the Pistons 127-120 Friday night at the Palace in...
TIGERS HOMER PAST RANGERS.....TIGERS 7, Texas 1, F 5/14/04 [ 05-15-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:       The Tigers got a trio of homeruns and beautiful mound work from a pair of pitchers in beating the visiting Texas Rangers 7-1 Friday night at a rainy Comerica Pa...
MAROTH MOWS DOWN ATHLETICS.....TIGERS 3, Oakland 1, Th 5/13/04 [ 05-13-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:     Last year's big loser continues to be this year's big Tiger winner as lefthander Mike Maroth, 9-&-21 last season, went to 4-&-1 this spring with a 3-1 Thursday ma...
A's EDGE TIGS AGAIN.....Oakland 2, TIGERS 1, W 5/12/04 [ 05-13-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:     The A's squeeked past the Tigers for the second consecutive night at Comerica Park on Wednesday, this time 2-1 in a standard 9-INN.     Both teams look...
A's OUTLAST TIGERS.....Oakland 5, TIGERS 4 (15-INN),T 5/11/04 [ 05-12-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:     The visitors out-lasted the Tigers as Oakland edged Detroit 5-4 in 15-INN Tuesday night at Comerica Park.     Damian Miller,0-for-6 in the game until...
NETS EVEN SERIES WITH PISTONS.....New Jersey 94, PISTONS 79, T 5/11/04 [ 05-12-2004 ]
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ:     Although blown-out in thne first two games of the series and although only seven teams have ever rallied from 0-2 defecits to win a 7-game NBA playoff serie...
NETS REBOUND TO ROUT PISTONS.....New Jersey 82, PISTONS 64, S 5/9/04 [ 05-10-2004 ]
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ:     After romping on home court in the first two games against the Nets, the Pistons themselves were routed once the series shifted to New Jersey and the Nets b...
TIGERS WIN RUBBER GAME IN TEXAS.....TIGERS 5, Texas 3, S 5/9/04 [ 05-09-2004 ]
ARLINGTON, TX:     Never was the old saying more appropriate.     "When you fall off a horse, get back on."     After blowing a 10-R lead in a Saturday night m...
FIREBIRDS BURN FURY.....Indiana 68, FURY 59, F 5/7/04 [ 05-09-2004 ]
INDIANAPOLIS, IN:     In a game re-scheduled from Saturday to Friday night, a day earlier on May 7th due to NBA playoff scheduling conflicts, Indiana defeated the Fury 68-59 in Aren...
TEXAS TOPS TIGERS IN TEN.....Texas 16, TIGERS 15 (10-INN), Sa 5/8/04 [ 05-09-2004 ]
ARLINGTON, TX:     In a weird & wild ballgame Saturday night at the Ballpark at Arlington, Texas topped the Tigers 16-15 in 10-INN.     The Tigers blew a 10-run lead, bri...
PISTONS ROLL TO 2-0 LEAD V NETS.....PISTONS 95, New Jersey 80, F 5/7/04 [ 05-08-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:       Down a dozen at halftime the Pistons clamped on the defense and limited the visitors to just 11 points in the third quarter. Detroit also poured on the...
TIGERS COMEBACK IN TEXAS.....TIGERS 8, Texas 7, F 5/7/04 [ 05-08-2004 ]
ARLINGTON, TX:       A homerun by the lead-off man, the first six hitters reached base and Texas had a 4-0 lead before Jeremy Bonderman and the Tigers had retired a batter.  ...
ANGELS SWEEP TIGERS.....Anaheim 6, TIGERS 3, W 5/5/04 [ 05-06-2004 ]
ANAHEIM, CA:     The Angels completed a 3-game home series sweep against their favorite foes, downing Detroit 6-3 on Wednesday night. It was the Halos 19th win in their last 21 v t...
ANGELS CLOBBER TIGERS.....Anaheim 11, TIGERS 4, T 5/4/04 [ 05-05-2004 ]
ANAHEIM, CA:     For the second straight night the Angels used their big bats to beat the Bengals, clubbing the Tigers for an 11-4 victory at what George Kell used to call, "The Big...
TIGERS LOSE SIXTH IN LAST EIGHT.....Anaheim 11, TIGERS 9, M 5/3/04 [ 05-04-2004 ]
ANAHEIM, CA:     The Tigers led early 3-0 then 6-2, but lost at Anaheim late Monday night 11-9, in spite of a 3-R/T-9th comeback try.     Reliever Al Levine was ripped fo...
FLAMES WIN IN OT, WINGS OUSTED.....Calgary 1, Detroit 0, M 5/3/04 [ 05-04-2004 ]
CALGARY, ALTA:     Martin Gelinas scored his second consecutive series winning goal as Calgary scored their second straight series upset on Monday night in the Saddledome. The Flame...
DE-TROIT DE-STROYS NETS...PISTONS 78, New Jersey 56, M 5/3/04 [ 05-04-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:     The Pistons' smothering defense set NBA stingy records during the regular season and almost set a playoff record for fewest points allowed on Monday nigh...
FURY LOSE FOURTH STRAIGHT.....Chicago 57, FURY 40, S 5/2/04 [ 05-02-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:     Arena Football is an offensive game and the Chicago Rush scored on each offensive posession Sunday afternoon at the Palace, posting seven touchdowns and...
TIGERS GET ROUTED, GO ON ROAD.....Seattle 12, TIGERS 2, S 5/2/04 [ 05-02-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:     The Mariners and Tigers both looked like it was 2003 again as the M's routed the Tigs 12-2 Sunday afternoon at Comerica Park to take the rubber game of a 3-game...
FLAMES SHUTOUT WINGS, DETROIT ON THE BRINK.....Calgary 1, RED WINGS 0, Sa 5/1/04 [ 05-01-2004 ]
JOE LOUIS ARENA:     The Flames smothered the Red Wings Saturday afternoon at Joe Louis Arena, Mikka Kiprusoff gaining the shutout in a 1-0 win which has placed Detroit just one los...
TIGERS TURN TABLES ON M's.....TIGERS 4, Seattle 2, Sa 5/1/04 [ 05-01-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:     After the Mariners used a combination of good pitching and a pair of homeruns to beat the Tigers Friday night, the Tigs turned the tables and did likewise in a Sa...
M's HOMER PAST TIGERS.....Seattle 3, TIGERS 1 (10-INN), F 4/30/04 [ 05-01-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:       In a well pitched ballgame on both sides, two taters, one early & one late, powered the Mariners past the Tigers, 3-1 in 10-INN on Friday night at Comerica Park...
WINGS EVEN SERIES WITH FLAMES.....RED WINGS 4, Calgary 2, Th 4/29/04 [ 04-30-2004 ]
CALGARY, ALTA:     The Red Wings scored early and late, the Flames blitzed for two goals in 18-seconds in between, and their second round Stanley Cup playoff series is re-tied, now a...
PRINCE POWERS PISTONS PAST BUCKS AT PALACE.....PISTONS 91, Milwaukee 77, Th 4/29/04 [ 04-30-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:     The Pistons advanced to the second round of the NBA playoffs with a 91-77 Palace win over Milwaukee Thursday night, winning their first round series 4-to...
VLADY POWERS ANGELS PAST TIGERS.....Anaheim 12, TIGERS 3, Th 4/29/04 [ 04-30-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:     Vladimir Guerrero left the game early a triple shy of the cycle. Still, Anaheim's biggest off-season free-agent signee had enough in his four hits (HR#6, 2B, 2-1B...
MAROTH TAMES ANAHEIM.....TIGERS 10, Anaheim 2, W 4/28/04 [ 04-29-2004 ]
    Mike Maroth and the Tigers overcame a 2-R/T-1st 2rHR by Troy Glaus to beat the Anaheim Angels 10-2 Wednesday night at Comerica Park.     Maroth hit first pitch strikes a...
FLAMES EDGE WINGS 3-2, TAKE 2-1 SERIES LEAD.....Calgary 3, RED WINGS 2, T 4/27/04 [ 04-28-2004 ]
CALGARY, ALTA:     The Flames fell behind, tied & went ahead, got re-tied, then took another one-goal advantage, all in the second period as Calgary beat visiting Detroit 3-2 at the...
ANGELS CLUB TIGERS.....Anaheim 10, TIGERS 4, T 4/27/04 [ 04-28-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:     Brandon Inge hit his second Grand Slam in four games but was the only Tiger offense as Detroit lost the opener of a three game Comerica Park series on Tuesday nigh...
PISTONS GO 3-1 UP ON BUCKS, PISTONS 109, Milwaukee 92, M 4/26/04 [ 04-27-2004 ]
MILWAUKEE, WI:     The Pistons pushed the Bucks to the brink of playoff elimination with a 109-92 Monday night win in Beertown to take a 3-1 series lead in the best- of-seven openin...
FURY FALL IN VEGAS.....Las Vegas 60, FURY 34, S 4/25/04 [ 04-25-2004 ]
LAS VEGAS, NV:     The Las Vegas Gladiators snapped a four game losing skid by defeating the Detroit Fury 60-34 on Sunday afternoon in Vegas, to extend the Fury's AFL losing streak t...
WESTBROOK SHUTS DOWN TIGERS.....Cleveland 3, TIGERS 2, S 4/25/04 [ 04-25-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:       Indians RHP Jake Westbrook threw a 2-hit, 101-pitch, complete game Sunday afternoon at Comerica Park, preventing the Tigers from again attacking the Tribe's vul...
RED WINGS ROLL OVER CAL-GARY.....RED WINGS 5, Calgary 2, Sa 4/24/04 [ 04-24-2004 ]
JOE LOUIS ARENA:     The power returned to the power play and The Captain led the troops as Detroit beat Calgary 5-2 in a JLA Saturday matinee to even their 2nd round Stanley Cup pl...
WALK-OFF WHITE GIVES TIGERS THE TOPPER.....TIGERS 5, Cleveland 2, Sa 4/24/04 [ 04-24-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:     Rondell White's 3rHR/B-9th gave the Tigers their first walk-off win of 2004.     The Tigers topped the Cleveland Indians 5-2 on Saturday afternoon befor...
PISTONS STIFLE BUCKS.....PISTONS 95, Milwaukee 85, Sa 4/24/04 [ 04-24-2004 ]
MILWAUKEE, WI:     Down by a dozen in the first half the Pistons got stubborn on defense, closed the defecit to seven by intermission, choked-off the Bucks with a 13-P/3rd-Q swing a...
11-RUN SIXTH & TIGERS ROUT INDIANS.....TIGERS 17, Cleveland 3, F 4/23/04 [ 04-24-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:       It was the first "Friday Night Fireworks" evening of the home season at Comerica Park but the Tigers didn't wait until post-game.       An 11-run/B-...
FLAMES STUN WINGS IN OT.....Calgary 2, RED WINGS 1 (1OT), Th 4/22/04 [ 04-23-2004 ]
JOE LOUIS ARENA:       The Calgary Flames silenced the SRO Joe Louis Arena crowd with an early first overtime goal for a 2-1 win on Thursday night.       It was the first...
FORD MOTORS TWINS PAST TIGERS.....Minnesota 4, TIGERS 3, Th 4/22/04 [ 04-22-2004 ]
MINNEAPOLIS, MN:     Rondell White and Brandon Inge continued their hot hitting for the Tigers, but Lew Ford did likewise for the Twins as he powered Minnesota over Detroit 4-3 in a...
BUCKS STUN PISTONS IN PALACE, EVEN SERIES.....Milwaukee 92, PISTONS 88, W 4/21/04 [ 04-22-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:     Michael Redd put his All-Star ability where his mouth was and led the Milwaukee Bucks to a surprising 92-88 victory over the Pistons @ the Palace on We...
RARE TIGER WIN IN MINNY.....TIGERS 11, Minnesota 8, W 4/21/04 [ 04-22-2004 ]
MINNESPOLIS, MN:       The Tigers took a 9-0/T-3rd lead, then had to hang on for dear life as they managed a rare win in the MetoDome on Wednesday night, 11-8.       It w...
TWINS OVERTAKE TIGERS.....Minnesota 6, TIGERS 4, T 4/20/04 [ 04-21-2004 ]
MINNEAPOLIS, MN:     The Twins battled back twice to erase Tiger leads as Minnesota won it's 6th straight game, 6-4 on Tuesday night at the MetroDome, to win the first contest of a t...
TIGERS CLUB CLEVELAND.....TIGERS 10, Cleveland 4, M 4/19/04 [ 04-20-2004 ]
CLEVELAND, OH:     The Tigers scored early and late in a pair of big innings to beat the Indians 10-4 in Cleveland on Monday night and earn a 2-2 split in the Jacobs Field wrap-arou...
PISTONS OPEN PLAYOFFS WITH A ROUT.....PISTONS 108, Milwaukee 82, S 4/18/04 [ 04-19-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:     The Pistons used their clamp-down defense to smother the Bucks, beating Milwaukee 102-82 in their opening playoff game of the spring Sunday afternoon at...
INDIANS OUTLAST TIGERS.....Cleveland 9, TIGERS 7, S 4/18/04 [ 04-19-2004 ]
CLEVELAND, OH:     The Indians were more persistent than the Tigers in a Sunday Jacobs Field matinee and topped the Tigers 9-7.     Matt Lawton went 4-for-4 with a pair o...
R-WINGS OUST PREDS 2-0/4-2.....RED WINGS 2, Nashville 0, Sa 4/17/04 [ 04-17-2004 ]
NASHVILLE, TN:       Using the same formula which turned around a deadlocked series on Thursday night in Detroit, the Red Wings scored early and got backstopped by a solid Curtis Jo...
LEFTY MAROTH RIGHTS TIGERS.....TIGERS 6, Cleveland 1, Sa 4/17/04 [ 04-17-2004 ]
CLEVELAND, OH:     Spanning two months over two seasons Tiger lefthander Mike Maroth is 4-&-0. Last year's biggest Tiger winner (9) and biggest Tiger loser (21), Maroth became Detro...
FURY OUT-POINTED IN L-A.....Los Angeles 62, FURY 56, F 4/16/04 [ 04-17-2004 ]
LOS ANGELES, CA:     The Detroit Fury lost at Los Angeles 62-53 late Friday night, being out-pointed and out-passed by the homestanding Avengers.     Dewan Moss rushed fo...
INDIANS THUMP TIGERS.....Cleveland 10, TIGERS 3, F 4/16/04 [ 04-17-2004 ]
CLEVELAND, OH:       The Indians continued their decade of dominance over the Tigers handing the Tigs their first back-to-back defeats of this season. The Tribe topped the Tigers 10...
WINGS & CUJO TAKE CONTROL.....RED WINGS 4, Nashville 1, Th 4/15/04 [ 04-16-2004 ]
JOE LOUIS ARENA:     The Red Wings played like aspiring Stanley Cup champions should, scoring early and often in a 4-1 win over Nashville Thursday night at Joe Louis Arena.  ...
CY HALLADAY BLANKS TIGERS.....Toronto 11, TIGERS 0, Th 4/15/04 [ 04-15-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:       Roy Halladay reverted to 2003 form and, unfortunately, so did the Tigers.       In a Thursday matinee Toronto thumped the Tigers 11-0 at sunny Comeri...
TIGERS TOP TORONTO AGAIN.....TIGERS 5, Toronto 3, W 4/14/04 [ 04-15-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:       The Tigers got all the runs they'd need in the B-1st, taking a 4-0 lead over Toronto on their way to a 5-3 win.     The Tigers moved to 6-&-2 o...
PREDATORS EVEN SERIES V R-WINGS.....Nashville 3, RED WINGS 0, T 4/13/04 [ 04-14-2004 ]
NASHVILLE, TN:       Flashes of J.S. Guigere danced like sour sugarplums through Red Wings fans' heads as Detroit radio play-by-play man Ken Kal said, "A turn of events."   ...
TORONTO TOPS TIGERS.....Toronto 7, TIGERS 5, T 4/13/04 [ 04-14-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:       The Blue Jays staged a T-9th comeback to defeat Detroit, 7-5 on Tuesday night in Downtown Detroit.       The Tigers led 3-0 after one-inning and 5-1...
PISTONS WRAP REG-SEASON WITH LOSS AT T-O.....Toronto 87, PISTONS 78, T 4/13/04 [ 04-14-2004 ]
TORONTO, ONT:       The Pistons played like they were at a rest stop on the highway to the playoffs while the Raptors played like it was their last home game until next fall.  ...
PISTONS FINISH HOME SCHEDULE WITH 11TH STRAIGHT PALACE WIN.....PISTONS 101, Washington 79, M 4/12/04 [ 04-13-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:     Without two injured starters the Pistons stayed on the plus side in their Palace regular-season finale on Monday night, using a second-half rally to rout...
TIGERS GO 5-&-1 WITH 10-INNING WIN.....TIGERS 6, Minnesota 5(10-INN), S 4/11/04 [ 04-11-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK     With Tiger Manager Alan Trammell back from a brief one-game suspension, Tram remained perfect on the new season and the Tigers got back on the winning track with a...
PREDATORS BEAT WINGS 3-1, SERIES NOW 2-1.....Nashville 3, RED WINGS 1, S 4/11/04 [ 04-11-2004 ]
NASHVILLE, TN:     Predators goaltender Tomas Voucoun stood on his head just to keep his team close in two playoff loses in Detroit and on Sunday afternoon he did so again, this ti...
GRAND RAPIDS GETS FIRST WIN.....Grand Rapids 49, FURY 45, Sa 4/10/04 [ 04-11-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:     The former champion Grand Rapids Rampage got their first win in nine tries this Arena Football League season, defeating the Detroit Fury 49-45 on Saturday...
PISTONS ROLL AT ORLANDO.....PISTONS 101, Orlando 89, Sa 4/10/04 [ 04-11-2004 ]
ORLANDO, FLA:     The Pistons won their 7th straight, their 11th in the last 15, and went to 53-27 on the season (with two to play) in rolling past the Magic, 101-89 in Orlando on Sa...
TWINS HOMER PAST TIGERS.....Minnesota 10, TIGERS 6, Sa 4/10/04 [ 04-11-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK     After their first 4-&-0 start since 1985 the Tigers suffered their first loss of the new season, 10-6 to visiting Minnesota Saturday afternoon.     It w...
LATE SCHNEIDER GOAL AND RED WINGS GO UP 2-0 ON PREDATORS.....RED WINGS 2, Nashville 1, Sa 4/10/04 [ 04-11-2004 ]
JOE LOUIS ARENA:       "It's better to be lucky than good," said Red Wing goalie Manny Legace.       Actually, the Red Wings were both lucky and good in a Saturday matinee...
PISTONS COMPLETE 6-0 HOMESTAND BY RAPPING RAPTORS.....PISTONS 71, Toronto 64, F 4/9/04 [ 04-10-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:     The Pistons won their 10th consecutive home game, finishing a 6-&-0 homestand, to go 30-&-10 at the Palace this season as Detroit downed Toronto 71-64...
TOP-RANKED TIGERS STAY PERFECT.....TIGERS 10, Minnesota 6, Th 4/8/04 [ 04-09-2004 ]
COMERICA PARK:       "Four and Oh! Four and Oh!"     It wasn't a taunting jeer but a glad cheer from the long-suffering Tiger faithful.     For the first time...
RED WINGS RALLY PAST PREDS IN PLAYOFF OPENER.....RED WINGS 3, Nashville 1, W 4/7/04 [ 04-08-2004 ]
JOE LOUIS ARENA:     How do you beat a blue collar hockey team?     Call out the grinders.     Early third period goals by Kris Draper and Tomas Holmstrom just...
TIGERS SWEEP IN TORONTO.....TIGERS 6, Toronto 3, W 4/7/04 [ 04-08-2004 ]
SKYDOME, Toronto, Ont:       The Tigers are 3-&-0 to start a season for the first time since 1985 (when they went 6-&-0), equalling their win total for the entire month of April 200...
PISTONS ROLL AGAIN AT PALACE.....PISTONS 102, Orlando 86, T 4/6/04 [ 04-07-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:     The Pistons came off a win over the NBA's best team to rout the NBA's worst team on Tuesday night at the Palace.     Fresh from their first wi...
TIGERS BEAT B-Js AGAIN BUT LOSE D-Y.....TIGERS 7, Toronto 3, T 4/6/04 [ 04-07-2004 ]
SKYDOME:       The Tigers beat the Blue Jays for the second time in as many days Tuesday night at SkyDome but lost their clean-up hitter in the process.       The Tigs 7-...
TIGERS OPEN WITH 7-0 WIN AT T-O...Mon., 4/5/04 [ 04-05-2004 ]
      WOW!       All the Tigers could hope for came true on Opening Day, Monday afternoon in Toronto. A 7-Nothing win over reigning AL Cy Young Award winner Roy Halladay...
PISTONS GET FIRST "W" V PACERS.....PISTONS 79, Indiana 61, S 4/4/04 [ 04-04-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:     The Pistons won the fourth and final meeting of the 2003-2004 season from Eastern Conference regular-season champion Indiana, 79-61 at the Palace in a Su...
WINGS FALL IN REGULAR-SEASON FINALE.....Columbus 4, RED WINGS 1, Sa 4/3/04 [ 04-04-2004 ]
JOE LOUIS ARENA:       Fret not, it's a good omen.       As Red Wings super-stat-man Greg Innis pointed out, when Detroit won the Stanley Cup in the springs of 1997, 1998...
TIGERS TIE TOPPERS IN GRAPEFRUIT FINALE.....TIGERS 7, NY Yankees 7 (10-inn), Sa 4/3/04 [ 04-03-2004 ]
TAMPA, FL:     Back from Japan the Jet-lagged Yankees had enough firepower to tie the Tigers 7-all in 10-innings before 10,085 at Legends Field in Tampa, FL on Saturday afternoon....
PISTONS COOL HEAT.....PISTONS 92, Miami 84, F 4/2/04 [ 04-03-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS:       Two red hot NBA Eastern Conference clubs met Friday night at the Palace and the hometown Pistons cooled off the visiting Miami Heat, running away with...
ANOTHER INDIAN WIN V TIGERS.....Cleveland 8, TIGERS 2, F 4/2/04 [ 04-02-2004 ]
LAKELAND, FLA:     For the second consecutive game a Tiger pitcher who'd just made the big club got clubbed in a starting assignment. Thursday it was Nate Robertson and Friday it was...
WINGS WIN TOP SEED.....RED WINGS 3, St. Louis 2, Th 4/1/04 [ 04-02-2004 ]
ST. LOUIS, MO:     The Red Wings won their fourth NHL Presidents' Trophy and home ice throughout the upcoming Stanley Cup playoffs by beating the Blues 3-2 in St. Louis on Wednesday...
UM WINS NIT.....MICHIGAN 62, Rutgers 55, Th 4/1/04 [ 04-02-2004 ]
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, NYC:     Michigan got back its missing NIT banner by beating Rutgers 62-55 Wednesday evening at MSG, NYC.     After having to give back the 1997 N...
FURY HANG ON.....FURY 42, Georgia 40, Th 4/1/04 [ 04-02-2004 ]
PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS     The Detroit Fury took an early lead, then held on to defeat the visiting Georgia Force 42-40 in AFL play Wednesday night before 6106 fans at the Palace....
TRIBE OUT-THUMPS TIGS.....Cleveland 13, TIGERS 11, Th 4/1/04 [ 04-02-2004 ]
WINTER HAVEN, FLA:     The Indians out-thumped the Tigers 13-11 at a brisk Chain-O-Lakes Park Thursday afternoon. The Tribe scored ten runs in their final three at-bats, offsetting a...
HIGGY SALAMIS BRAVOS.....TIGERS 6, Atlanta 3, W 3/31/04 [ 04-01-2004 ]
LAKELAND, FL:      It was a Good News/Bad News Lakeland matinee Wednesday.      Want the Good News first?       Bobby Higginson hit his first homer of the Gra...
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