The Sports Pages – 5/17/09
Posted by jelletlambie on May 17, 2009
“I always turn to the sports pages first, which records man’s accomplishments. The front page has nothing but man’s failures.”
- Earl Warren
Nothing is finer on a beautiful Sunday mornin that picking through the sports pages for nuggets and pearls. Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning. Hope you enjoy….
Billfer at the Detroit Tigers Weblog wrote a Tiger’s minor league recap this morning that highlights some of the talent down on the farm.
Matt Wallace from Take 75 North took part in a mock draft over at MVN outsider. He thinks the Tigers will select Pitcher Shelby Miller in the first round of this years amateur draft. Check out his thoughts on the subject here.
The Motown Sports Revival posted an interesting piece on the healing power of Edwin Jackson, well worth the look.
If you’re looking for a recap of yesterdays 9-1 whipping the Tigers put on the A’s, Kurt from Mack Avenue Tigers has your medicine right here.
If you’re a game behind and want a recap of the 14-1 whipping from Friday night, check out Lee from Tiger Tales as he wraps it up here.
Ian at Bless You Boys wants your opinion as to who is the best Tiger’s beat writer – take part in the poll here.
The Millard Fillmore’s Bathtub blog recalled the version of fantasy baseball author Jack Kerouac used to play. I thought is was fascinating, but then again I’m a sucker for Kerouac. If you are too check it out here.
The Sports Guys blog give you the rundown on the week 7 waiver wire, it’s a good read with a lot of info for the fantasy owner.
The Fantasy Baseball Hot Stove Blog discusses Matt Wieters, David Price, Tommy Hanson and others who may or may not get the major league call soon. I just found this site today and already dig it.
Hawk Fantasy Sports weighs in with his take on his top 25 fantasy baseball prospects, if you need news on the youngsters it’s a good start.
Until next time kiddies, be well.
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