The Detroit Tigers Podcast #119: Talking Tigers with Lynn Henning

DetroitTigersPodcastAlbum.jpgWelcome to The Detroit Tigers Podcast. This is Episode #119 a 60-minute podcast about the Detroit Tigers recorded live from Scottsdale, Ariz., and Asheville, N.C.

In this episode we welcome back to the podcast Lynn Henning of The Detroit News.

We talk with Lynn about the Tigers’ awful second-half start, trade deadline stuff, Justin Verlander, Ralph Houk and much more.

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The DTP #100: Talking Tigers with Lynn Henning and Rob Neyer

DetroitTigersPodcastAlbum.jpgWelcome to The Detroit Tigers Podcast.

This is Episode #100 a 1-hour, 15-minute podcast about the Detroit Tigers recorded live from Scottsdale, Ariz.

In this, our 100th episode, we welcome back to the podcast Lynn Henning of The Detroit News and Rob Neyer of ESPN.com.

Show Notes

Links to articles and items referenced in this episode:

  • Here’s the article Rob and I refer to in which ESPN.com’s Bill Simmons says “it’s not even that fun to follow baseball anymore, because you’re not allowed to have any opinions.”
  • And here’s one from Simmons that appeared as we were recording the interview (!) in which he says he’s finally on board with statistical analysis.

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The DTP #96: Talking Tigers with Lynn Henning

lynnhenning.jpgWelcome to The Detroit Tigers Podcast. This is Episode #96, a 19-minute podcast about the Detroit Tigers recorded live from Scottsdale, Ariz.

In this episode we’re joined by Lynn Henning of The Detroit News.

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The Detroit Tigers Podcast #66: Talking Tigers with Rob Neyer

neyer_rob_m.jpgWelcome to The Detroit Tigers Podcast, the podcast for Tigers fans, by Tigers fans. This is Episode #66, a 44-minute podcast about the Detroit Tigers recorded live from Scottsdale, Ariz., and Portland, Ore.

In this episode we’re joined by Rob Neyer of ESPN.com, and the author of six books, including his latest “Rob Neyer’s Big Book of Baseball Legends.”

We talk with Rob about the 2008 Tigers and what’s in store for the 2009 club.

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The Detroit Tigers Podcast #65: Rebroadcast of a Talk with Hall of Famer George Kell


george_kell-1.jpgWelcome to The Detroit Tigers Podcast
, the podcast for Tigers fans, by Tigers fans. This is Episode #65, a 26-minute podcast Detroit Tigers recorded in March 2007 from Swifton, Arkansas, and Scottsdale, Arizona U.S.A.

This episode was originally broadcast on March 14, 2007.

In it we talk with Hall of Famer and former Tigers TV and radio voice George Kell, who passed away today, March 24, 2009, at the age of 86.

We spoke to Mr. Kell from his home in Swifton, Arkansas.

Here are some of the numbers from George Kell’s 15-year career (1943 to 1957):

  • Played for Philadelphia Athletics, Detroit Tigers, Boston Red Sox, Chicago White Sox and Baltimore Orioles
  • Career .306 hitter
  • Won the 1949 American League Batting Crown by less than two ten-thousandths of a point over Ted Williams. Kell batted .34291 to Williams’ .34276
  • A 10-time All Star including eight straight between 1947 and 1954. He missed the game in 1955 but was an All Star his final two seasons.
  • Lowest batting average was in his rookie year when he batted .262

Mr. Kell also broadcast Tigers games on radio and TV from 1959 to 1996. He sat out one year, 1964, before returning to the booth.

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The Detroit Tigers Podcast #59: Talking Tigers with Lynn Henning

Ian.jpgWelcome to The Detroit Tigers Podcast, the podcast for Tigers fans, by Tigers fans. This is Episode #59, a 45-minute podcast about the Detroit Tigers recorded live from Scottsdale, Arizona, and St. Simons Island, Ga.

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In this episode we’re joined by Lynn Henning of The Detroit News who breaks down a season to forget and provides a glimpse of the Tigers’ future.

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The Detroit Tigers Podcast #49: Talking Baseball with Rob Neyer

neyer_rob_m.jpgWelcome to The Detroit Tigers Podcast, the podcast for Tigers fans, by Tigers fans. This is Episode #49, a 23-minute podcast about the Detroit Tigers recorded live from Scottsdale, Ariz., and Portland, Ore.

In this episode we’re joined by Rob Neyer of ESPN.com, and the author of six books, including his latest “Rob Neyer’s Big Book of Baseball Legends.”

We discuss Rob’s latest book and touch on the Tigers’ outlook for the rest of 2008.

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