Category Archives: Chip’s Shots

Alan Trammell's 'ultimate grand slam' against the Yankees in 1988 was still unforgettable to him 26 years later

There has never been an “ultimate grand slam” that wasn’t thrilling. What’s an “ultimate grand slam.” It is a grand slam hit with a team behind by three runs and in a walk-off situation. And for the first time in … Continue reading

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NFL needs another Tony Dungy to serve as pipeline and mentor for potential black head coaches and coordinators

The NFL misses Tony Dungy. Or maybe it is more fair to say that minority coaches miss Dungy. Five head coaches were fired after the season, and four of the five positions have been filled with white coaches. The fifth … Continue reading

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Here are the best Game 7s in Detroit pro sports history

To a sports fan, the words “Game 7” are magical. Tonight, baseball fans will be treated to Game 7 of the World Series, and the Kansas City Royals are the fortunate hosts to the San Francisco Giants. While it’s hard … Continue reading

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