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Craig Remsburg column: Tigers need some tweaking

October 27, 2013 Jim Leyland’s sudden — and unexpected — decision to retire as manager of the Detroit Tigers last week will no doubt lead to a busy offseason for the team. more »»

Splits, spares and strikes: Mining Journal Bowler of the Week makes long-awaited debut for 2013-14 season

October 22, 2013 First off today, my apologies for making a number of great-performing bowlers wait and wait. more »»

Craig Remsburg column: Sports a big part of my family

October 20, 2013 It’s an exciting time of year if you’re a sports fan. The Major League Baseball playoffs are in full swing, as is the NFL season. more »»

Splits, spares and strikes: Lessons pay off for Virch with big series three weeks later

October 15, 2013 Even for one of the best bowlers in the area, it’s taken Hope Virch a few weeks to adapt to some changes in her game. more »»

Craig Remsburg column: Detroit pros need amulet

October 13, 2013 Maybe it’s the water. Or the air. Or perhaps Detroit’s pro teams are under some sort of dark cloud when it comes to staying healthy. more »»

Splits, spares and strikes: 10-pins were not the problem for pair of righthanders in bid for perfection

October 8, 2013 The back row of pins on a bowling lane — the 7 through 10 pins — are the key to carrying strikes for the best of bowlers. more »»

Craig Remsurg column: It’s time to pay college athletes

October 6, 2013 Longtime Syracuse University men’s basketball coach Jim Boeheim went on a rant this past week when it comes to paying college athletes. more »»

Splits, spares and strikes: USBC Championship Series comes to the home of the Green Bay Packers in summer of 2015

October 1, 2013 Mining Journal sports editor Matt Wellens was visiting in Wisconsin during July when he heard some big bowling news he was sure I’d want to kno. more »»

Craig Remsburg column: Wednesday is the day I’ve been waiting for

September 29, 2013 Wednesday is a day I’ve looked forward to since last June, when the NHL season ended. The Detroit Red Wings open the 2013-14 regular season by hosting the Buffalo Sabres. more »»

Splits, spares and strikes: Negaunee residents Burdick, Windahl back on 300 wagon

September 24, 2013 Apparently, Doug Kaleva broke open the dam for U.S. Bowling Congress award scores at Country Lanes in Ishpeming two weeks ago. more »»

Craig Remsburg column: Ishpeming, Negaunee matchup on horizon

September 22, 2013 Thinking out loud on a Sunday morning: It’s early in the Upper Peninsula high school football season and a lot can happen from here on out, but local fans should mark their calendars on Oct. 11. more »»

Splits, spares and strikes: Kaleva the latest Monday NEA bowler to shoot an unlikely 300

September 17, 2013 Ah, here we are in the midst of a September heat wave where even the coldest temperatures are only down to about average for this time of year. more »»

Craig Remsburg column: Lions’ Suh must think more on the field

September 15, 2013 Ndamukong Suh is regarded by many to be the NFL’s dirtiest player, maybe rightfully so. more »»

Craig Remsburg column: NFL could have done much more for retired players

September 8, 2013 Anyone who has seen media reports about former NFL players suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia due to repeated concussions they experienced during their playing days has to... more »»

Cabrera too valuable to lose for good

September 2, 2013 I almost jumped the gun on putting pen to paper — actually in the 21st century, it’s finger to keyboard — more than a month ago with what the Detroit Tigers should do about reigning American League... more »»

Craig Remsburg column: Lions back to being a ho-hum .500

September 1, 2013 Predicting how the Detroit Lions would do each season used to be easy. For many years, they were so bad you never had to think they’d be anything different. more »»

Craig Remsburg column: Tigers’ Cabrera is a delight to watch

August 25, 2013 Early one day this past week, my oldest son, Clint, was rummaging around the kitchen looking for — what else? — some food. “You know what, dad?” he asked during his exhaustive search. more »»

Best of the Blog: Ferris State’s Bulldog is not Michigan’s best sports logo

August 19, 2013 The Ferris State Bulldogs were declared “Best Sports Logo in the State of Michigan” last week in a bracket-style poll conducted by the Detroit Free Press at freep.com. more »»

Steve Brownlee column: Preseason football gives Lions fans the jitters

August 18, 2013 The sky is falling! The sky is falling! Well, no, maybe it’s not. Yes, it is! OK, maybe, maybe not. more »»

Steve Brownlee column: Verbal assaults are still assaults

August 14, 2013 Maybe it’s the time of year, but there’s a topic I want to revisit that I first addressed in this space almost exactly two years ag. more »»

 
 

 

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