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Overview:  MLB – The Tigers & Brewers are a combined 49-26, and are atop both of their respective leagues.  The Cubs… still the Cubs.  NHL – The Blackhawks are on the verge of making the Western Conference finals, and there looks to be at least a couple of game 7′s this round, which is always […]

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OVERVIEW:  MLB – The Tigers won all five games of theirs last week, and are now an impressive 17-9.  The Brewers had their first losing week of the season, going 3-4, but are still atop the national league with a 21-11 record.  The Cubs had a winning week, and that’s nothing to turn your nose […]

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NEGAUNEE, MI – 4/29/2014 – As I said at the beginning of my U.P. Relevant Sports Week:  April Showers may bring May flowers, but they sure don’t bring us baseball, or in this case, Miners Sports.  Due to inclement weather (Mid-30′s with a mix of rain & snow IN LATE APRIL), all Negaunee Miners sports […]

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Overview:  MLB – April showers may bring us May flowers, but they certainly don’t bring us Tigers baseball, as yet another game got canceled.  They did go 3-3 last week though.  The Brewers are still the best team in baseball right now, sporting an 18-7 record.  The Cubs are nearly the opposite with an 8-16 […]

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NEGAUNEE, MI – Going into next year’s basketball season, the Negaunee Miners were going to have to replace a very prolific senior class of Tyler Jandron, Eric Lori, Zane Radloff, and Tyler Windahl.  Now, however, they’re going to have to rebuild entirely.  Finlandia University announced late Wednesday night that they have hired their former stand […]

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Vitamin D deficiency is common in the developed world, and according to at least one study, people with very pale skin are most likely to be seriously deficient. Researchers at the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom took the vitamin D levels of about 1,200 people. They found that 730 had lower than optimal […]

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NEGAUNEE, MI -  The NIT’s have been a part of my life since I was born.  Growing up watching my Dad play, made me love the game of basketball.  While I’m not the greatest at the game, it still brings me endless amounts of joy.  Going into Class-A Weekend, here is how the 50th Annual […]

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That surprising notion – from the statement of a British health expert – was the lead story splashed across the front page of the British tabloid the Daily Mail, on January 8. The eye-catching headline heralded a new global campaign to stem the epidemics of obesity and type 2 diabetes. The strategy begins by heightening […]

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Week in review:  MLB – The Tigers split a two-game series with Cleveland and won two out of three against the Angels to go 3-2 last week (9-6 overall).  The Brew-crew cooled off a bit, but still managed to go 4-3 last week to remain atop the NL at 14-5.  The Cubs went 1-4 in […]

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While it isn’t “officially” Palindrome Appreciation Week, it darn well should be!  All dates this week are palindromes.  What is a palindrome you ask?  Here is what comes up when you ask Google: PALINDROME - A word, phrase, or sequence that reads the same backward as forward(e.g., madam or nurses run.) So why is this week […]

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