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Mize Finds His Footing On Comerica Park Mound: 'This Is What I Want'

"I couldn’t really find the strike zone. I was just all over the place," Mize said. "It’s just a different feel. Just trying to get my bearings in the stadium, I think I was rushing. I was really just amped up and excited. So the first inning wasn’t my best, but toward the second half of that first inning I zoned in and was able to fill up the zone."

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Former MSU Football Star Andre Rison Says He Was Struck By Coach

"When the coach slapped me, the whole room got silent and Mark Ingram Sr. put his arm around me," Rison told ESPN. "I shed a tear. I had never been struck by a grown man. Not by my grandfather, not by my father -- who wasn't in my life a lot -- but I just had never been struck by any man, and then I had never been struck by a white man, for sure. For a long time, I just held it in.


Lions LB Jahlani Tavai Took A Firework To The Face

The second-year linebacker for the Lions had some fun with fireworks on the 4th of July, at least until he took one to the face. Fortunately, Tavai escaped serious harm. 

Olivia Munn Botches Sexy Bikini Video On Her Birthday [WATCH]

Munn appeared to step on something in the water, then wrote on Instagram: "2020 strikes again --. Anyway, thanks for the birthday wishes!"


Tigers Release Revised 2020 Schedule

The season-opening, nine-game homestand includes four games vs. Kansas City (July 27-30), three games vs. Cincinnati (July 31-August 2) and a pair vs. St. Louis (August 3-4).


Lions Still Preparing To 'Host Fans' At Ford Ford This Season

In his email, Wood said the Lions "will continue to work with the NFL, City of Detroit, and the State of Michigan to ensure we have the appropriate measures in place to protect the health of our players, coaches and fans. We are focused on delivering the safest possible environment at Ford Field, as well as following CDC guidelines and the recommendations of experts."