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  1. Tigers pitcher Max Scherzer gave up a homer to start Saturday's game but ended up with a victory. (Robin Buckson / Detroit News)

    Tigers 5, Angels 2

    Max Scherzer recovers from early homer, Tigers rally past Angels

    Scherzer gave up a home run to lead off the game, but bounced back quickly and led the Tigers to a 5-2 victory over the Angels on Saturday afternoon at Comerica Park. The win ends the Angels' 10-game win streak in the head-to-head series.

  1. Why do you care how much money Matthew Stafford makes?

    Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford will be one of the highest-paid athletes in the world this season. (Daniel Mears / Detroit News) Stafford ranked sixth among the magazine's list of the 50 top-paid athletes in the world. His listed salary of $31.5 million was topped only by Floyd Mayweather ($73.5 million), Cristiano Ronaldo ($50.176 million), Lionel Messi ($50.05 million), Aaron Rodgers ($40 million) and Zlatan Ibrahimovic ($35.06 million).

  2. Brady Hoke: Michigan has shown great chemistry during offseason

    A headset with the iconic The way Brady Hoke looks at it, nothing is different this offseason in terms of pressure and urgency coming off a 7-6 season than it was after an 11-win record and Sugar Bowl victory his first year as Michigan's head coach.

  3. Pistons hire search firm to help find new general manager

    Joe Dumars stepped down as Pistons president on Monday. (Carlos Osorio / Associated Press)The Pistons have used consulting firms in the Tom Gores regime, and will use Korn Ferry in their search for a new general manager. Jed Hughes will be the point man in the search to replace Joe Dumars, who stepped down as president Monday after 14 years in the front office.

  4. Red Wings follow the plan and steal Game 1 from Bruins

    Jimmy Howard made 25 saves for the Red Wings, including this one on Boston's Loui Eriksson in the third period. Drew Miller helps out. (David Guralnick / Detroit News) Stealing a game in Boston is what it was all about for the Red Wings, heading into a series against the President's Cup winners as almost an afterthought in the playoffs and big underdogs against the Bruins.

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Sports on TV

Where to watch the big game in Metro Detroit


  • 1 L.A. Angels at Detroit, FS1/97.1
  • 4 Houston at Oakland, MLB
  • 8 Arizona at L.A. Dodgers, FS1
  • 8 White Sox at Texas, WGN


  • 9:30 Quillin vs. Konecny; Porter vs. Malignaggi; Hopkins vs. Shumenov, SHO


  • 1 North Carolina at Virginia, FSD
  • 5 South Carolina at Auburn, CBSSN
  • 8 Baylor at Kansas State, ESPNU


  • Noon Maryland at Notre Dame, ESPNU


  • Noon Wisconsin at Penn State (DH), BTN
  • 4 LSU at South Carolina, ESPNU
  • 5 Illinois at Purdue, BTN
  • 6 Florida at Texas A&M, ESPNU
  • 7 Minnesota at Michigan, BTN
  • 7:30 Texas at Oklahoma, FSD


  • 8 Arena, Los Angeles at Iowa, CBSSN


  • 6:30 a.m. European Malaysian Open, GC
  • 1 PGA The Heritage, GC
  • 3 PGA The Heritage, CBS
  • 3 Champions Greater Gwinnett Championship, GC
  • 6:30 LPGA LOTTE Championship, GC


  • 8 Tavares vs. Romero; Cerrone vs. Barboza; Tate vs. Carmouche; Werdum vs. Browne, Fox


  • 12:30 Brooklyn at Toronto, ESPN
  • 3:30 Golden State at L.A. Clippers, ABC
  • 7 Atlanta at Indiana, ESPN
  • 9:30 Memphis at Oklahoma City, ESPN


  • 3 Chicago at St. Louis, NBC, CBC
  • 7 Columbus at Pittsburgh, NBCSN, CBC
  • 9:30 Minnesota at Colorado, NBCSN


  • 7:40 a.m. Premier, Fulham at Tottenham, NBCSN
  • 9:55 a.m. Premier, Stoke City at Cardiff City, NBCSN
  • 12:30 Premier, Arsenal at Hull City, NBC
  • 4 MLS, New England at Chicago, NBCSN


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