Ruppert Jones talks about his 12-year major league career, his 1984 championship season with the Tigers, and life after baseball.
Brendan Donley talked to over two dozen players and participants in the 1968 World Series and stitched together their oral histories for the 50th anniversary of the Tigers’ unforgettable championship.
Sridhar Pappu talks about Bob Gibson, Denny McLain, and the unforgettable 1968 baseball season.
Brian Martin talks about the rise and fall of the Detroit Wolverines, the city’s first Major League Baseball team, who played in the National League in the 1880s.
Burge Carmon Smith talks about Hal Newhouser, Hank Greenberg, and Detroit’s forgotten championship team: the 1945 Tigers.
Dan D’Addona writes about the Hall of Fame careers of Sam Crawford, Harry Heilmann, and Heinie Manush in his book ‘In Cobb’s Shadow.’