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Justin Verlander goes golfing, tweets ‘Happy Gilmore’ moment af…

Justin Verlander goes golfing, tweets ‘Happy Gilmore’ moment after wayward shot

yahoo.com Updated Nov 26, 2012
File this one under #offseasonballplayerproblems. Detroit Tigers ace Justin Verlander was out playing a round of golf at Virginia's noted Kinloch Golf Club over the weekend when one of his wayward shots somehow found an annoying seat on top of a tree st…
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  • Tigers keeping options open at Winter Meetings

    Tigers keeping options open at Winter Meetings

    MLB.com Nov 26, 2012
    Very few expect Torii Hunter's arrival to be the lone major move of the Tigers' offseason. Fewer would be surprised if it isn't even the club's biggest move by the time the Winter Meetings conclude on Dec. 6.
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  • Giants' World Series share an all-time high

    Giants' World Series share an all-time high

    MLB.com Nov 26, 2012
    The World Series champion Giants will receive a full postseason share amounting to $377,002.64, eclipsing the previous high set by the 2006 World Series champion Cardinals. The Tigers, who won the American League, received $284,274.50 per player. Both f…
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Sports Columnists

  • East Side -- Rivalries are blooming all around

    Nov 26
    Rivalries haven't disappeared, they have just evolved from the 1980s Celtics-Lakers template.
  • Adande: Rivalries dim but game shines brighter

    Nov 26
    While the great rivalries of yore are kaput, the game itself soars to new levels
  • Heat forward LeBron James has plans to transform his game - ESPN The Magaz…

    Nov 26
    MVP, NBA champion, Olympic gold medalist -- what is next for LeBron James? In ESPN The Magazine, Michael Wilbon talks with the Heat forward about how he will transform his game.
  • Peter King: As we hit home stretch, suspense reigns in NFC playoff chase

    Nov 26
    Prelude to a diss: In the last 52 weeks, the Packers have met the Giants three times. Green Bay has allowed 35, 37 and 38 points, and an average of 419 yards a game, and nine Eli Manning touchdown passes. Time for defensive coordinator Dom Capers to fig…