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Detroit - Notable Historical Events

TecumsehAug 16, 1812

Henry FordJun 4, 1896

Walter JohnsonAug 2, 1907

Harry HoudiniOct 24, 1926

Ty CobbNov 3, 1926

Lou GehrigAug 18, 1931

Babe RuthJul 13, 1934

Ted WilliamsAug 24, 1940

Hank GreenbergJan 18, 1947

Mickey MantleJun 20, 1956

Gordie HoweNov 14, 1964

Bobby OrrOct 19, 1966

Frank MahovlichMar 3, 1968

Elvin HayesNov 11, 1968

Nolan RyanJul 15, 1973

Reggie JacksonJun 5, 1974

OJ SimpsonNov 25, 1976

Ronald ReaganJul 16, 1980

Steve YzermanOct 7, 1986

Stevie WonderJul 8, 1988

Dino CiccarelliJun 20, 1992

Sparky AndersonSep 25, 1992

Mark McGwireApr 20, 1997

Tim DuncanJun 23, 2005

Mike BabcockJul 15, 2005

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Detroit - Historical Events
Date Event
1701-07-24

Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac found trading post at Ft Pontchartrain, which later becomes the city of Detroit

1760-11-29

French commandant Beletre surrenders Detroit to Maj R Rogers

1812-07-11

US invades Canada (Detroit frontier)

1812-08-16

General Hull surrenders Detroit & Michigan territory to British forces

1812-08-16

British forces under the command of Major General Sir Isaac Brock capture Fort Detroit with the help of Indigenous warriors led by Tecumseh

1839-02-18

Detroit Boat Club forms (& still exists)

1852-08-13

Steamer "Atlantic" crossing Lake Erie from Buffalo to Detroit collided with a fishing boat, sinks with 250 aboard

1858-04-12

1st US billiards championship (Michael J Phelan wins in Detroit)

1867-11-26

Refrigerated railroad car patented by JB Sutherland of Detroit

1868-01-16

Refrigerator car patented by William Davis, a fish dealer in Detroit

1887-03-02

American Trotting Association organized in Detroit

1887-10-21

Detroit clinches best-of-15 touring World Championship with its 8th victory in Game 11 this afternoon in Baltimore, 13-3

1887-10-26

Detroit (NL) beats St Louis (AA) 10 games to 5 in World Series

1894-01-30

Pneumatic hammer patented by Charles King of Detroit

1896-03-06

1st auto in Detroit, Charles B King rides his "Horseless Carriage"

1896-06-04

Henry Ford takes his 1st Ford through streets of Detroit

1900-01-29

American League organized in Buffalo, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Milwaukee & Minneapolis

1900-03-16

Chicago, KC, Minn, Milwaukee, Indianapolis, Detroit, Cleve & Buffalo

1901-04-25

In last of 9th, Detroit Tigers, trailing by 13-4, score 10 runs to win one of greatest comebacks in baseball (1st game in Detroit)

1901-05-01

Detroit Tigers commit 12 errors against Chicago White Sox

1902-09-20

Chicago White Sox Jim Callahan no-hits Detroit Tigers, 3-0

1903-05-06

Chicago White Sox commit 12 errors against Detroit Tigers

1905-09-05

Lillian Mortimer's "No Mother to Guide" premieres in Detroit

1905-09-06

Chicago White Sox Frank Smith no-hits Detroit Tigers, 15-0

1906-10-01

Hugh Jennings resigns as Balt manager to take over at Detroit in 1907

1907-08-02

Walter Johnson, 19, debuts with Washington & loses 3-2 to Detroit

1908-09-27

Henry Ford's first Ford Model T automobile was leaves the Piquette Plant in Detroit, Michigan.

1908-10-05

White Sox Ed Walsh tops Detroit 6-1 for his 40th victory

1910-08-27

Wash Red Killefer sacrifices record 4 times against Detroit

1912-04-20

Tiger Stadium in Detroit opens, Tigers beat Cleve Indians 6-5

1912-07-04

Detroit Tiger George Mullen no-hits St Louis Browns, 7-0

1912-08-30

St Louis Brown Earl Hamilton no-hits Detroit Tigers, 5-1

1912-09-07

Eddie Collins steals record 6 bases in 9-7 Athletics win over Detroit

1915-01-21

Kiwanis International founded in Detroit

1915-09-30

Red Sox clinch AL pennant by beating Detroit

1918-03-02

NY Yankees purchase 1st baseman George Burns from Detroit Tigers & immediately trades him to Phila A's

1920-05-14

Wash Senator Walter Johnson wins his 300th game vs Detroit

1920-08-20

1st US commercial radio station, 8MK (WWJ), Detroit begins daily broadcasting

1920-08-31

Detroit radio station is 1st to broadcast a news program on the air

1921-06-06

Detroit Stars' Bill Gatewood pitches the 1st no-hitter in Negro League history, defeating the Cuban Stars 4-0

1922-03-03

WWJ-AM in Detroit MI begins radio transmissions

1922-04-30

Chicago White Sox Charles Robertson perfect games Detroit Tigers, 2-0

1925-08-20

WJR-AM in Detroit MI begins radio transmissions

1926-09-25

NHL grants franchises to Chicago Black Hawks & Detroit Red Wings

1926-10-24

Harry Houdini's last performance, which was at the Garrick Theatre in Detroit, Michigan.

1926-11-03

Ty Cobb resigns as Detroit Tigers manager

1927-01-05

Judge Landis begins 3-day public hearing on charges that 4 games played between Chicago & Detroit in 1917 had been thrown to White Sox

1929-05-24

Detroit Tigers beats Chicago White Sox, 6-5, in 21 innings

1930-01-20

1st radio broadcast of "Lone Ranger" (WXYZ-Detroit)

1930-06-28

1st night game in Detroit at newly built Hamtramck Stadium as Negro League Detroit Stars take on KC Monarchs

1930-09-14

Detroit Lions (as Portsmouth Spartans) play 1st NFL game, win 13-6

1930-11-03

First vehicular tunnel to a foreign country (Detroit-Windsor) opens

1930-11-22

Elijah Muhammad forms Nation of Islam in Detroit

1931-08-18

Lou Gehrig hitless in Detroit, his 1,000th consecutively played game

1934-04-10

Stanley Cup: Chicago Blackhawks beat Detroit Red Wings, 3 games to 1

1934-06-30

NFL's Portsmouth Spartans become Detroit Lions

1934-07-13

Babe Ruth hits HR #700 (against Detroit)

1934-09-24

Idle Detroit wins pennant, as Red Sox beat Yankees 5-0

1934-10-09

St Louis Cards beat Detroit Tigers, 4 games to 3 in 31st World Series

1934-11-04

Pitts ends Detroit Lions' shutout streak at 7 games but loses 40-7

1934-11-29

Chic Bears beat Detroit (19-16) in 1st NFL game broadcast nationally

1935-10-07

Detroit Tigers beat Chicago Cubs, 4 games to 2 in 32nd World Series

1935-12-15

Detroit Lions win NFL championship

1936-01-31

"Green Hornet" radio show is 1st heard on WXYZ Radio in Detroit

1936-03-25

Detroit Red Wings beat Montreal Maroons in NHL longest game (2h56m30s)

1936-04-11

Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings beat Toronto Maple Leafs, 3 games to 1

1936-09-03

3rd NFL Chicago All-Star Game: All-Stars 7, Detroit 7 (76,000)

1937-04-15

Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings beat NY Rangers, 3 games to 2

1937-08-14

Detroit Tigers score 36 runs in double header vs St Louis Browns

1937-09-23

Yankees lose 9-5 but clinch pennant when Red Sox beat Detroit

1940-01-14

Commissioner Kenesaw Landis gives free agency to 91 Detroit Tigers

1940-08-05

St Louis Brown John Whitehead no-hits Detroit Tigers, 4-0 in 6 innings

1940-08-24

Red Sox left fielder Ted Williams pitches the last 2 innings in a 12-1 loss to Detroit Tigers, Williams allows 3 hits & 1 run

1940-10-08

Cin Reds beat Detroit Tigers, 4 games to 3, in 37th World Series

1941-04-12

Stanley Cup: Boston Bruins sweep Detroit Red Wings in 4 games

1941-07-08

9th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 7-5 at Briggs Stadium, Detroit

1941-08-06

Detroit pitcher Al Benton is 1st to collect 2 sacrifices in an inning

1942-02-28

Race riot, Sojourner Truth Homes, Detroit

1942-04-18

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 3

1942-10-28

Train crashes into bus, killing 16 & injuring 20 (Detroit Michigan)

1943-01-23

Detroit Red Wings scores NHL record 8 goals in 1 period

1943-04-08

Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings sweep Boston Bruins in 4 games

1943-06-20

Detroit race riot kills 35

1943-06-21

Federal troops put down racial riot in Detroit 30 dead

1943-06-25

Racial unrest in Detroit

1943-11-07

Detroit Lions 0, NY Giants 0; last scoreless tie in NFL

1945-04-22

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 3

1945-07-21

Detroit Tigers & Phila A's play 24 inning 1-1 tie

1945-10-10

Detroit Tigers beat Chicago Cubs, 4 games to 3 in 42nd World Series

1947-01-18

Detroit Tigers sell Hank Greenberg to Pirates (for $25-35,000)

1947-03-04

WWJ (now WDIV) TV channel 4 in Detroit, MI (NBC) begins broadcasting

1947-06-15

1st night game at Detroit Briggs Stadium (Tigers 4, Athletics 1)

1947-06-24

29th PGA Championship: Jim Ferrier at Plum Hollow CC Detroit

1948-04-14

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs sweep Detroit Red Wings in 4 games

1948-04-20

Walter P Reuther UAW pres shot & wounded at his home in Detroit

1948-06-15

1st night game at Briggs Stadium: Detroit Tigers beat Phila A's

1948-06-30

Cleve Indian Bob Lemon no-hits Detroit Tigers, 2-0

1948-10-09

WXYZ TV channel 7 in Detroit, MI (ABC) begins broadcasting

1948-10-24

WJBK TV channel 2 in Detroit, MI (CBS) begins broadcasting

1949-03-10

Detroit Tiger pitcher Art Houtteman is critically injured in an auto accident but recovers to win 15 games in 1949

1949-04-16

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs sweep Detroit Red Wings in 4 games

1950-04-23

Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings beat NY Rangers, 4 games to 3

1950-07-02

Indian Bob Feller, wins his 200th game, 5-3 over Detroit

1950-10-08

4th NHL All-Star Game: Detroit beat All-Stars 7-1 at Detroit

1951-07-10

18th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 8-3 at Briggs Stadium, Detroit

1952-04-15

Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings sweep Montreal Canadiens in 4 games

1952-05-15

Detroit Tiger Virgil Trucks no-hits Wash Senators, 1-0

1952-10-05

6th NHL All-Star Game: 1st Team ties 2nd Team 1-1 at Detroit

1952-12-28

Detroit Lions beat Cleveland Browns 17-7 in NFL championship game

1953-06-18

Eugene Stephens is 1st to get 3 hits & Red Sox score 17 runs in 1 Inning (7th) Red Sox beat Detroit 23-3

1953-08-14

20th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Detroit 24, All-Stars 10 (93,818)

1953-12-27

Detroit Lions beat Cleveland Browns 17-16 in NFL championship game

1954-04-13

Balt Orioles 1st game, loses to Tigers in Detroit 3-0

1954-04-16

Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings beat Montreal Canadiens, 4 games to 3

1954-08-13

21st NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Detroit 31, All-Stars 6 (93,470)

1954-10-02

8th NHL All-Star Game: All-Stars beat Detroit 2-2 at Detroit

1954-12-26

Cleveland Browns win NFL Championship, beating Detroit 56-10

1955-04-12

1st game in KC, KC A's beat Detroit Tigers, 6-2

1955-04-14

Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings beat Montreal Canadiens, 4 games to 3

1955-07-26

37th PGA Championship: Doug Ford at Meadowbrook CC Detroit

1955-09-25

Detroit outfielder Al Kaline, 20, is youngest batting champ

1955-10-02

9th NHL All-Star Game: Detroit beat All-Stars 3-1 at Detroit

1955-10-03

WTVS TV channel 56 in Detroit, MI (PBS) begins broadcasting

1956-04-10

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 1

1956-06-20

At Detroit's Briggs Stadium, Mickey Mantle hits 2 Billy Hoeft pitches into right center field bleachers (no else hits 1 there)

1956-07-16

Detroit Tigers & Briggs Stadium sold for then record $5.5 million

1957-12-29

Detroit Lions beat Cleveland Browns 50-14 in NFL championship game

1958-08-13

Indians' right fielder Rocky Colavito makes his pitching debut, hurling 3 hitless innings, Detroit 3, Cleveland 2

1958-08-15

25th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: All-Stars 35, Detroit 19 (70,000)

1958-08-20

Detroit Tiger Jim Bunning no-hits Boston Red Sox, 3-0

1960-08-05

Detroit trades manager Jimmy Dykes for Cleve's Joe Gordon

1960-09-10

NY Yankee Mickey Mantle hits 643' HR over right field roof in Detroit

1960-10-11

Radio/TV executive John Fetzer buys a controlling interest of Detroit Tigers

1961-01-07

1st NFL Playoff Bowl (runner-up bowl)-Detroit beats Cleveland 17-16

1961-04-16

Stanley Cup: Chicago Blackhawks beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 2

1962-01-30

2 members of Flying Wallendas' high-wire act killed when their 7-person pyramid collapsed during a performance in Detroit

1963-04-18

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 1

1964-04-25

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 3

1964-11-14

Detroit Red Wings Gordie Howe sets NHL record 627th career goal

1965-01-10

WKBD TV channel 50 in Detroit, MI (IND) begins broadcasting

1966-05-05

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 2

1966-07-17

Indians set club record by hitting 7 HR in 15-2 win over Detroit

1966-10-19

Bobby Orr makes his NHL regular-season debut for the Boston Bruins against the Detroit Red Wings

1967-07-08

Helen Weston of Detroit rolls a record 4,585 in 24 games

1967-07-23

-27] 43 die in race riot in Detroit (2,000 injured, 442 fires)

1967-07-24

Race riots in Detroit force postponement of Tigers-Orioles game

1967-08-05

1st time an AFL team beats an NFL team, Broncos beats Detroit 13-7

1968-03-03

In a blockbuster trade, the Toronto Maple Leafs send hall of fame forward Frank Mahovlich to the rival Detroit Red Wings

1968-09-14

Detroit Tigers' Denny McLain's 30th victory of season

1968-09-15

WXON TV channel 20 in Detroit, MI (IND) begins broadcasting

1968-10-10

Detroit Tigers beat St Louis Cards, 4 games to 3 in 65th World Series

1968-10-31

Milwaukee Bucks win their 1st game beating Detroit 138-118 (6th game)

1968-11-01

Detroit Tiger Denny McLain unanimously wins AL Cy Young Award

1968-11-11

As a rookie, Elvin Hayes scores 54 points against the Detroit Pistons, a career-high

1969-06-22

Aretha Franklin arrested in Detroit for creating a disturbance

1969-07-22

Aretha Franklin arrested for disturbing the peace in Detroit

1970-06-21

Detroit's Cesar Gutierrez goes 7-for-7 to tie a record set in 1892

1971-07-13

42nd All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 6-4 at Tiger Stadium, Detroit

1972-08-05

Detroit shortstop Ed Brinkman errors ends record streak of 72 games & 331 total chances without a miscue

1973-01-28

Henry Boucha, Detroit Red Wings, scores 6 sec into a game vs Mont

1973-04-27

KC Royal Steve Busby no-hits Detroit Tigers, 3-0

1973-06-28

Lawsuit in Detroit challenges Little League's "no girls" rule

1973-07-15

California Angel Nolan Ryan 2nd no-hitter beats Detroit Tigers, 6-0

1973-09-12

2 bettors win largest US Daily Double ($19,909.60 in Detroit)

1973-09-29

Balt Orioles pull their 5th triple play (5-4-3 vs Detroit)

1973-11-06

Coleman Young elected mayor of Detroit

1973-12-13

World Football League grants 1st franchise (Detroit)

1974-06-05

As' Reggie Jackson & Bill North engage in clubhouse fight at Detroit

1974-09-24

Al Kaline, Detroit Tiger, is 12th to get 3,000 hits

1974-10-19

Detroit Pistons beat Trailblazers in Portland (next win 6-1-90)

1975-07-30

US Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa disappears in suburban Detroit; Hoffa was legally declared dead in 1982

1975-09-29

WGPR-TV Detroit, 1st Black-owned station in US, began broadcasting

1976-11-25

OJ Simpson gains 273 yards for Buffalo vs Detroit

1978-10-28

Bobby Orr scores his last career NHL goal (vs Detroit Red Wings)

1979-05-30

Pat Underwood makes his pitching debut for Detroit beats brother Tom

1979-10-07

Frank Mahovlich formally retires from the NHL after a failed comeback attempt with the Detroit Red Wings

1980-02-05

32nd NHL All-Star Game: Wales beat Campbell 6-3 at Detroit

1980-03-01

Patti Smith & MC5 guitarist Fred Sonic Smith wed in Detroit

1980-04-21

Howard Stern begins broadcasting on WWWW Detroit Mich

1980-07-16

Ronald Reagan nominated for US President by Republicans in Detroit

1980-10-18

Detroit blocks 21 Atlanta shots setting NBA record (double OT)

1982-10-03

Scott Weiland runs Detroit marathon backwards in less than 5 hours

1982-11-03

Detroit blocks 20 Cleve Cav shots tying NBA regulation game record

1983-06-11

"Theme From Doctor Detroit" by Devo peaks at #59

1983-10-10

Tom Monaghan becomes CEO of Detroit Tigers

1983-12-04

NJ Devils 1st shut-out, beating Minnesota Detroit Red Wings 6-0

1983-12-13

9,655 see highest-scoring NBA game: Detroit 186, Denver 184 (3 OT)

1984-03-02

John Long (Detroit) begins NBA free throw streak of 51 games

1984-04-07

Detroit Tiger Jack Morris no-hits Chicago White Sox, 4-0

1984-04-10

John Long (Detroit) ends NBA free throw streak of 51 games

1984-04-27

Cleve Indians beat Detroit Tigers, 8-4, in 19 innings

1984-05-23

Detroit Tigers win AL record tying 16th straight road game

1984-10-04

Detroit Tigers clinch AL East

1984-10-14

Detroit Tigers beat SD Padres, 4 games to 1 in 81st World Series

1985-02-16

Largest NBA crowd to date, 43,816, sees Phila at Detroit

1985-02-21

Largest NBA crowd to date 44,970 (Atlanta at Detroit)

1985-07-21

Amina Fakir (Detroit), 23, crowned 18th Miss Black America

1986-02-15

44,180 largest NBA crowd to date-Phila at Detroit

1986-09-28

Cleveland Browns' Gerald McNeil sets the team record for the longest punt return with an 84-yard run (and TD), Browns 24, Detroit 21

1986-10-07

Steve Yzerman is named captain of the Detroit Red Wings, a title he would hold for over 1,300 games

1987-02-01

38,873 NBA crowd watch Chicago at Detroit

1987-02-14

53,745 largest NBA crowd to date-Phila at Detroit

1987-05-05

Detroit Tigers are 11 games back in AL, but go on to win AL East

1987-08-16

Northwest Airlines 255 plane crashes in Detroit, 156 die (1 lives)

1987-09-18

Detroit Tiger Darrell Evans is 1st 40 year old to hit 30 HRs

1987-10-12

Minnesota Twins beat Detroit Tigers for AL pennant

1988-01-08

9th largest NBA crowd 38,873-Chicago at Detroit

1988-01-29

Detroit's Kirk Gibson signs a 3-year contract with Dodgers

1988-01-29

Largest NBA crowd-Boston Celtics at Detroit (61,938)

1988-06-21

42nd NBA Championship: LA Lakers beat Detroit Pistons, 4 games to 3

1988-07-08

Stevie Wonder announces he will run for mayor of Detroit in 1992

1988-08-13

Palace of Auburn Hills in Detroit opens

1988-08-14

Detroit beats Sox, 18-6, at Fenway, ends Boston winning streak at 24

1989-06-13

43rd NBA Championship: Detroit Pistons sweeps LA Lakers in 4 games

1989-09-13

"Les Miserables" opens at Fisher Theatre, Detroit

1990-01-15

Blue Jay Cecil Fielder signs with Detroit as a free agent

1990-06-01

Detroit Pistons beat Trailblazers in Portland for 1st time since 1974

1990-06-10

Detroit Pistons beat Trailblazers for 1st time since 1974 in Portland

1991-03-09

Joe Dumaars (Detroit) begins NBA free throw streak of 62 games

1991-04-05

Joe Dumaars (Detroit) ends NBA free throw streak of 62 games

1991-04-16

St Louis Blues becomes 8th NHL team in Play-off to come back from a 3-1 deficit as they beat the Detroit Red Wings 3-2 in game 7

1991-11-17

Detroit Lion Mike Utley is paralized in a game vs LA Rams

1992-04-12

2nd lowest NBA scoring game - Detroit Piston 72, NY Knicks 61

1992-06-20

Dino Ciccarelli is traded by the Washington Capitals to the Detroit Red Wings

1992-09-25

Sparky Anderson ties Hughie Jennings as Detroit's winningest manager

1993-06-17

Indians' Carlos Baerga hits 3 home runs against Detroit

1993-07-27

Detroit Tiger Fryman hits for cycle but loses 12-7 to Yankees

1994-07-15

NJ Nets Derrek Coleman accused of rape in Detroit

1995-06-24

Stanley Cup: NJ Devils sweep Detroit Red Wings in 4 games

1995-10-06

Colorodo Avalanche (former Que Nordiques) 1st NHL game, beat Detroit

1996-04-11

Detroit Red Wings become 2nd NHL team to win 60 games in a season

1996-04-13

En route to NHL record 62 victories Detroit Red Wings win #61

1996-04-14

Detroit Red Wings win NHL record 62 games

1996-08-27

Dino Ciccarelli is traded by the Detroit Red Wings to the Tampa Bay Lightning

1996-10-11

Ford buys rights to named Detroit domed stadium for $40 million

1997-02-03

Howard Stern Radio Show premieres in Detroit MI on WKRK 97.1 FM

1997-04-20

Mark McGwire is 4th to HR on Detroit Tiger left field roof (others are Frank Howard, Harmon Killibrew, & Cecil Fielder)

1997-06-07

Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings sweep the Phila Flyers

1997-06-09

Detroit Tigers baseball team bat out of order against Oakland A's in 1st inning

1997-07-27

Detroit Tigers retire pitching great Hal Newhouser's #16

1997-09-25

WNBA announces it will add Detroit & Wash DC franchises

1997-10-03

Gordie Howie, 69, plays in 7th decade, with IHL'S Detroit Vipers

1997-10-20

Richard Gnida, Limo driver in Detroit Red Wings crash, pleads guilty

1997-11-11

WNBA expands to Detroit & Washington DC

1997-12-21

Detroit Lions Barry Sanders is 3rd to run for 2,000 yards in a season

1997-12-21

Detroit Lions linebacker Reggie Brown, knocked unconscious in game

1998-01-27

WNBA begins filling rosters of Washington Mystics & Detroit Shock

1998-03-31

Tampa Bay Devil Rays 1st game they host Detroit Tigers

1998-11-12

NY Islanders tie Detroit Red Wings 1-1, to end 10 game losing streak

2000-04-11

AT&T Park in San Francisco, Minute Maid Park in Houston, and Comerica Park in Detroit open.

2004-06-15

58th NBA Championship: Detroit Pistons beat Los Angeles Lakers, 4 games to 1

2005-06-23

San Antonio Spurs beat Detroit Pistons 4-3 in NBA finals MVP: Tim Duncan (his third), San Antonio

2005-06-23

59th NBA Championship: San Antonio Spurs beat Detroit Pistons, 4 games to 3

2005-07-12

76th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 7-5 at Comerica Park, Detroit

2005-07-15

After declining an offer to remain with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks, Mike Babcock is named head coach of the Detroit Red Wings

2008-12-28

The Detroit Lions finished the season 0-16 with a 31-21 lost to the Green Bay Packers The first time in National Football League history that a team went winless in a 16-game season.

2012-10-28

San Francisco Giants defeat the Detroit Tigers in game four to take the 2012 MLB World Series

2013-07-18

Detroit, Michigan, files for bankruptcy to become the largest US municipal bankruptcy at $18.5 Billion

2014-04-08

Mike Babcock wins his 414th career game as head coach of the Detroit Red Wings, becoming the winningest coach in Red Wings history (passing Jack Adams)

2016-09-04

US election: Donald Trump woos black vote at Detroit church

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Detroit - Notable Birthdays

Albert KahnMar 21, 1869

Leo DiegelApr 27, 1899

Charles A LindberghFeb 4, 1902

Ralph BuncheAug 7, 1904

Hank GreenbergJan 1, 1911

Harry MorganApr 10, 1915

Malcolm XMay 19, 1925

Gordie HoweMar 31, 1928

Berry GordyNov 28, 1929

Casey KasemApr 27, 1932

Scotty BowmanSep 18, 1933

Sparky AndersonFeb 22, 1934

Dave DeBusschereOct 16, 1940

Tom SelleckJan 29, 1945

Donna CaponiJan 29, 1945

Alice CooperFeb 4, 1948

Glenn FreyNov 6, 1948

Steven SeagalApr 10, 1951

George GervinApr 27, 1952

Isiah ThomasApr 30, 1961

Mike BabcockApr 29, 1963

Steve YzermanMay 9, 1965

Detroit - Birthdays
Date Event
1847-07-04

James Anthony Bailey, Detroit, circus impresario (Barnum & Bailey)

1869-03-21

Albert Kahn, Rhaunen Prussia, American architect (architect of Detroit)

1880-07-04

George Mullin, pitcher (Detroit Tigers-no-hitter on 7/4/1912)

1881-08-20

Edgar Albert Guest, Detroit Mich, poet/newspaperman

1887-09-28

Avery Brundage, Detroit Mich, CEO (Intl Olympic Committee, 1952-72)

1894-08-03

Harry Heilmann, SF Cal, baseball hall of famer outfielder (Detroit)

1899-04-27

Leo Diegel, Detroit Michigan, American golfer (two-time PGA Champion)

1902-02-04

Charles A Lindbergh, Detroit, pilot (1st to fly solo across Atlantic)

1903-05-11

Charlie Gehringer, Detroit Tigers' 2nd baseman (1924-42)

1904-08-07

Ralph Bunche, Detroit Michigan, founder/diplomat (UN) (Nobel 1950), (d. 1971)

1906-10-11

Earl "Dutch" Clark, Colo, NFL hall of fame QB (Spartans, Detroit)

1907-10-15

John "Cardinal" Dearden, US cardinal (1969-88)/archbishop of Detroit

1907-10-22

Jimmy Foxx, baseball HR hitter (534, Detroit Tigers)

1911-01-01

Hank Greenberg, Hall-of-Fame 1st baseman (Detroit Tiger)

1911-02-23

G Mennen Williams, Detroit, Sup Court Justice/(Gov-D-Mich, 1949-60)

1912-01-11

Thomas "Schoolboy" Rowe, Waco Texas, pitcher (Detroit Tigers)

1913-12-16

Buddy Parker, The Detroit Lions vs. the Cleveland Browns

1914-09-24

Herb Jeffries, Detroit Mich, actor (Where's Huddles)

1915-02-04

William Talman, Detroit Mich, actor (Crashout, Hamilton-Perry Mason)

1915-04-10

Harry Morgan, Detroit Mich, actor (December Bride, M*A*S*H, Dragnet)

1915-06-15

William Munchow, Doctor Detroit

1915-07-04

Jimmie Rogers, Detroit Mich, singer (Sugar Hill Time)

1918-05-24

Coleman A Young, civil rights leader (Mayor-D-Detroit)

1918-9-13

Ernie Winstanley, Detroit 9000

1919-05-18

Evelyn Marshall, Doctor Detroit

1920-04-16

John William Farr, Detroit, bank robber (FBI Most Wanted List)

1920-11-12

Richard Quine, Detroit MI, actor/director (Clay Pigeon)

1920-11-14

Johnny Desmond, Detroit Mich, singer (Your Hit Parade)

1921-12-24

Bill Dudley, NFL halfback (Pittsburgh, Detroit, Washington)

1922-01-30

Dick Martin, Detroit Mich, actor/comedian (Laugh-In, Carbon Copy)

1923-03-06

Ed McMahon, Detroit Mich, American TV host (Johnny Carson Show, Star Search)

1923-07-05

Naomi Long Madgett, Televising a Revolution of Spoken Word from Detroit

1924-02-19

Bruce Norris, NHL owner (Detroit Red Wings)

1924-07-22

Margaret Whiting, Detroit, American singer (Kreisler Bandstand, Strauss Family)

1924-12-06

Wally Cox, Detroit, actor (Mr Peepers, Hollywood Squares)

1925-01-25

Lou Groza, The Detroit Lions vs. the Cleveland Browns

1925-01-26

Joan Leslie, Detroit, actress (High Sierra, Yankee Doodle Dandy)

1925-02-02

Elaine Stritch, Detroit, Michigan, American actress (30 Rock, Company)

1925-05-19

Malcolm X, [Little], [Detroit Red], Omaha Nebraska, human rights activist and founder of the Black Muslims

1925-10-21

Joyce Randolph, Detroit Mich, actress (Trixie-Honeymooners)

1925-11-27

Michael Tolan, Detroit Mich, actor (Nurses, Senator)

1926-04-05

Roger Corman, Detroit, producer/director (Little Shop of Horrors)

1926-04-14

Harry Gilmer, Baltimore Colts vs. Detroit Lions

1926-12-19

Bobby Layne, NFL QB (Detroit Lions)

1927-02-27

Guy Mitchell, [Albert George Cernik], Detroit, Michigan, American singer and actor (Red Garters, 3 Redheads from Seattle) (d. 1999)

1927-08-17

Robert Moore, Detroit Mich, actor (Marshall-Diana)

1928-03-31

Gordie Howe, Floral Sask, NHL right wing (Detroit Redwings)

1928-10-01

George Peppard, Detroit Mich, actor (Banacek, A-Team, Blue Max)

1928-11-20

Rick Forzano, Los Angeles Rams vs. Detroit Lions

1928-12-31

Hugh McElhenny, NFL halfback (SF, Minnesota, Giants, Detroit)

1929-02-28

LaVern Torgeson, Washington Redskins vs. Detroit Lions

1929-04-19

Edward Crook, Detroit Mich, middleweight boxer (Olympic-gold-1960)

1929-11-28

Berry Gordy, Detroit, record company owner (Motown)

1930-02-10

Robert Wagner, Detroit Mich, actor (It Takes a Thief, Hart to Hart)

1930-11-24

Yale Lary, Detroit Lions vs. Los Angeles Rams

1930-9-14

Neal Shine, A City on Fire: The Story of the '68 Detroit Tigers

1931-10-26

Detroit Junior, The Adventure of English

1931-12-28

Martin Milner, Detroit, Michigan, American actor (Route 66, Adam 12)

1931-9-14

Tommy Hudspeth, Minnesota Vikings vs. Detroit Lions

1932-01-04

Richard Stahl, Detroit Mich, actor (Howard-It's a Living)

1932-01-19

Joe Schmidt, NFL Hall of Fame linebacker (Detroit Lions)

1932-01-22

Piper Laurie, [Rosetta Jacobs], Detroit Mich, actress (Twin Peaks)

1932-03-21

Joseph Silverstein, Detroit Mich, violinist (Denver Symphony Orch)

1932-03-25

Roger Wilkins, A City on Fire: The Story of the '68 Detroit Tigers

1932-04-27

Casey Kasem, Detroit Mich, radio personality (American Top 40)

1932-07-06

Della Reese, Detroit, singer/actress (Della Reese Show, Royal Family)

1932-12-07

Ellen Burstyn, Detroit, actress (Exorcist, Alice Doesn't Live Here)

1933-08-25

Tom Skerritt, Detroit Mich, actor (Ryan's Four, Alien, Big Bad Mama)

1933-09-18

Scotty Bowman, Montreal Quebec, NHL player/coach (Montreal Canadians/Detroit Red Wings)

1934-01-24

Hank Bullough, Detroit Lions vs. Minnesota Vikings

1934-02-18

Aldo Ceccato, Milan Italy, conductor (Detroit Symph Orch 1973-77)

1934-02-22

Sparky Anderson [George Lee Anderson], Bridgewater South Dakota, American MLB manager (Cincinnati Reds, Detroit Tigers)

1934-03-02

Howard Cassady, Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions

1934-06-09

Jackie Wilson, Detroit, singer (Lonely Teardrops, Night)

1934-10-02

Earl Wilson, A City on Fire: The Story of the '68 Detroit Tigers

1934-11-10

Norm Cash, Eldorado Texas, 1st baseman (Detroit Tigers)

1934-11-14

Doris Ingraham, Detroit 9000

1934-12-09

Al Kaline, Baltimore Md, baseball outfielder (Detroit Tigers)

1934-12-19

Al Kaline, Baltimore MD, Hall of Fame outfielder (Detroit Tigers)

1935-01-22

Seymour Cassel, Detroit, actor (Faces, Plain Clothes, Valentino)

1935-02-16

Sonny Bono, Detroit, vocalist (Sonny & Cher)/(Rep-R-Ca, 1995-98)

1935-04-07

Bobby Bare, Irontown Oh, country singer (Detroit City)

1935-07-15

Alex Karras, Gary Ind, NFLer (Detroit Lions)/actor (George-Webster), (d. 2012)

1935-12-26

Abdul "Duke" Fakir, Detroit MI, rock vocalist (Four Tops)

1936-02-14

Dan Lewis, Detroit Lions vs. Los Angeles Rams

1936-11-18

Hank Ballard, Detroit, rocker (The Twist (pre Chubby Checker)

1937-01-24

Monte Clark, Los Angeles Raiders vs. Detroit Lions

1937-03-06

Ivan Boesky, Detroit, stockbroker inside trading

1937-11-21

Marlo Thomas, [Mrs Phil Donahue], Detroit Mich (That Girl!, Jenny)

1938-04-03

Philippe Wynne, US soul singer (Detroit Spinners)

1939-04-07

Francis Ford Coppola, Detroit, director (Godfather, Apocalypse Now)

1939-05-02

Gates Brown, Crestline, OH, MLB player (Detroit Lions), (d. 2013)

1939-09-01

Lily Tomlin, Detroit, comedienne/actress (9 to 5, Laugh-in, All of Me)

1939-09-13

Richard Kiel, Detroit Mich, actor (So Fine, Jaws-Moonraker, Skidoo)

1939-11-19

Pete Moore, Detroit MI, rocker (Miracles)

1939-11-24

Jim Northrup, A City on Fire: The Story of the '68 Detroit Tigers

1940-05-09

Bill Triplett, Detroit Lions vs. Minnesota Vikings

1940-07-19

Dennis Cole, Detroit, actor (Felony Squad, Brackens's World)

1940-09-12

Mickey Lolich, pitcher (Detroit Tiger, won 25 in 1971)

1940-10-16

Dave DeBusschere, Detroit Michigan, NBA foward (NY Knick)/last ABA commissioner

1940-11-08

Herb Paterra, Detroit Lions vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1940-9-12

Mickey Lolich, A City on Fire: The Story of the '68 Detroit Tigers

1941-02-05

Barrett Strong, Detroit, vocalist (Money, That's What I Want)

1941-04-05

Michael Moriarty, Detroit, actor (Bang the Drum Slowly, Q, Stuff)

1941-06-16

Lamont Dozier, Detroit, songwriter (Dozier-Holland-Dozier)

1941-07-18

Martha Reeves, Detroit Mich, singer (& Vandellas-Dancing in St)

1941-11-29

Bill Freehan, A City on Fire: The Story of the '68 Detroit Tigers

1942-04-05

Jon Morris, Minnesota Vikings vs. Detroit Lions

1942-05-31

Happy Hairston, NBA star (Cin, Detroit, LA)

1942-07-18

Dick Shiner, Atlanta Falcons vs. Detroit Lions

1942-08-10

Speedy Duncan, Washington Redskins vs. Detroit Lions

1942-09-19

Freda Payne, Detroit Michigan, American singer and actress

1942-10-05

Richard Street, Detroit Mi, rocker (Temptations)

1942-10-18

Willie Horton, baseball slugger (Detroit Tigers)

1942-10-18

Willie Horton, A City on Fire: The Story of the '68 Detroit Tigers

1943-02-22

Tom Van Arsdale, NBA all-star (Detroit, Cincinnati, KC-Omaha, Phil)

1943-03-24

Chuck Hughes, Detroit Lions vs. Los Angeles Rams

1943-04-05

Max Gail, Detroit, Michigan, American actor (Barney Miller, Whiz Kids, DC Cab)

1943-04-08

John Hiller, A City on Fire: The Story of the '68 Detroit Tigers

1943-05-13

Mary Wells, Detroit, singer (My Guy)

1943-06-30

Florence Ballard, Detroit Mich, rocker (Supremes)

1943-07-18

Calvin Peete, Detroit MI, PGA golfer (1979 Greater Milwaukee Open)

1943-07-20

Dennis Yost, Detroit, Michigan, vocalist (The Classics IV), (d. 2008)

1943-07-27

Stu Gilliam, Detroit, actor/comedian (Roll Out, Harris & Company)

1943-08-02

Max Wright, Detroit, actor (Buffalo Bill, Alf, Misfits of Science)

1943-09-02

Rosalind Ashford, Detroit, rock vocalist (Martha Reeve & Vandellas)

1943-11-05

Bob Kowalkowski, Los Angeles Rams vs. Detroit Lions

1943-9-29

Vince Tobin, Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions

1944-03-06

Mary Wilson, Detroit Mich, vocalist (Supremes-Where Did Our Love Go)

1944-03-24

Denny McLain, baseball pitcher (Detroit Tigers, 31 wins in 1968)

1944-03-26

Diana Ross, [Earle], Detroit, (Supremes, Lady Sings Blues, Mahogany)

1944-07-12

Denise Nicholas, Detroit Mich, actress (Room 222, Baby I'm Back)

1944-08-16

Vittorio Zucconi, Welcome to Detroit

1944-08-24

Gregory Bruce Jarvis, Detroit Mich, astronaut (STS 25)

1944-09-16

Betty Kelly, Detroit, rocker (Martha Reeves & Vandellas)

1945-01-29

Donna Marie Caponi Young, Detroit, LPGA golfer (US Open 1969, 70)

1945-01-29

Tom Selleck, Detroit Mich, actor (Lance-Rockford Files, Magnum PI)

1945-01-29

Donna Caponi, Detroit Michigan, LPGA Golfer and four-time Major winner

1945-02-26

Mitch Ryder, rocker (& Detroit Wheels-Devil With the Blue Dress)

1945-02-26

Mitch Ryder, Requiem for Detroit?

1945-03-19

Lisa Nicole Baker, Detroit TX, playmate of the year (Nov 1966)

1945-07-03

Paul Naumoff, Los Angeles Rams vs. Detroit Lions

1945-08-05

Duane Benson, Atlanta Falcons vs. Detroit Lions

1945-10-01

Frank Nunley, San Francisco 49ers vs. Detroit Lions

1945-9-07

Rocky Freitas, Los Angeles Rams vs. Detroit Lions

1946-02-07

Jeff Van Note, Detroit Lions vs. Atlanta Falcons

1946-03-22

Don Chaney, NBA player (Houston Rockets)/coach (Detroit Pistons)

1946-06-28

Gilda Radner, Detroit Mich, actress (SNL, Haunted Honeymoon)

1946-12-14

Joyce Vincent Wilson, Detroit Mich, singer (Tony Orlando & Dawn)

1947-02-03

Joe Coleman, baseball pitcher (Washington, Detroit)

1947-02-08

Larry Walton, Los Angeles Rams vs. Detroit Lions

1947-07-11

Jeff Hanna, Detroit, country singer (Nitty Gritty Dirt Band)

1947-10-28

Dave Foley, Buffalo Bills vs. Detroit Lions

1947-11-19

Mike Phipps, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1947-12-09

Steve Owens, Denver Broncos vs. Detroit Lions

1948-02-04

Alice Cooper, [Vincent Furnier], Detroit, rocker (School's Out)

1948-04-15

Phil Mogg, Detroit Rock City

1948-09-10

Bob Lanier, NBA center (Detroit Pistons, Milwaukee Bucks)

1948-10-16

Michael Tylo, Detroit, actor (Guiding Light, Blade-Young & Restless)

1948-11-06

Glenn Frey, Detroit Mich, rock vocalist (Eagles-Take it Easy)

1948-12-13

Ted Nugent, Detroit, guitarist (Cat Scratch Fever, Damn Yankees)

1948-9-15

Jim Mitchell, Los Angeles Rams vs. Detroit Lions

1948-9-28

Mel Gray, Detroit Lions vs. Minnesota Vikings

1949-05-18

Stuart Gannes, Detroit Mich, writer (Fortune)

1949-07-12

Charlie Weaver, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1949-07-12

Dave Pureifory, New York Jets vs. Detroit Lions

1949-07-16

Cyndy Garvey, Detroit, wife of Steve Garvey, talk show host (AM LA)

1949-08-26

John Baldwin, Detroit, light middleweight boxer (Olympic-bronze-1968)

1949-10-24

Stan White, New York Jets vs. Detroit Lions

1950-04-04

Christine Lahti, Detroit, actress (Harvey Korman Show, Swing Shift)

1950-04-23

Joe Ferguson, Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions

1950-06-03

Suzi Quatro[cchio], Detroit, singer (Stumblin')/actress (Happy Days)

1950-08-22

Ken Sanders, Los Angeles Rams vs. Detroit Lions

1950-10-23

Jim Hooks, Dallas Cowboys vs. Detroit Lions

1950-10-30

Levi Johnson, Los Angeles Rams vs. Detroit Lions

1951-02-23

Ray Oldham, New York Jets vs. Detroit Lions

1951-03-20

Tanya Boyd, Detroit Mich, actress (Celeste-Days of our Life)

1951-04-02

Matt Herkenhoff, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Detroit Lions

1951-04-10

Steven Seagal, Detroit MI, actor (Above the Law, Hard to Kill)

1951-07-07

Roz Ryan, Detroit Mich, actress (Amelia-Amen, Occupied)

1951-07-27

Janet Eilber, Detroit Mich, actress (Hard to Hold, Romantic Comedy)

1951-08-19

Allan Ellis, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1951-08-25

Bob Mayo, Peter Frampton: Live in Detroit

1951-10-18

Pam Dawber, Detroit, actress (Mindy-Mork & Mindy, My Sister Sam)

1952-03-06

Jimmy Allen, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Detroit Lions

1952-03-11

Dexter Bussey, Los Angeles Raiders vs. Detroit Lions

1952-04-27

George Gervin, Detroit Michigan, American basketball player

1952-07-24

Charlie Getty, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Detroit Lions

1952-07-28

Leonard Thompson, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1952-07-29

Gary Marangi, Buffalo Bills vs. Detroit Lions

1952-08-05

Freddie Scott, New York Jets vs. Detroit Lions

1952-10-13

Greg Latta, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1952-10-15

Lydia Lei, Doctor Detroit

1952-11-25

Ernest Harden Jr, Detroit Mich, actor (Marcus-Jeffersons)

1953-03-05

Horace King, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Detroit Lions

1953-04-21

Johnny Perkins, New York Giants vs. Detroit Lions

1953-04-30

Mark Mullaney, Minnesota Vikings vs. Detroit Lions

1953-07-03

Frank Tanana, California Angels vs. Detroit Tigers

1953-08-25

Doug English, Los Angeles Raiders vs. Detroit Lions

1953-10-18

Vickie Winans, Live in Detroit

1953-11-27

Curtis Armstrong, Detroit, Michigan, American actor (Moonlighting, Revenge of the Nerds)

1953-9-10

Revie Sorey, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1954-05-01

Ray Parker Jr, Detroit Mich, rock guitarist/vocalist (Ghostbusters)

1954-10-15

Kip Byrne, Detroit Mich, Canadian Tour golfer (Mich State Jr-1970-71)

1954-10-15

Dave Lewis, Dallas Cowboys vs. Detroit Lions

1954-11-12

Rick Kane, New York Jets vs. Detroit Lions

1954-9-10

Russ Bolinger, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Detroit Lions

1955-03-15

Mike Douglass, Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions

1955-05-16

Jack Morris, St Paul Minn, pitcher (Detroit Tigers)

1956-01-19

Karl Baldischwiler, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Detroit Lions

1956-05-02

Dee Hardison, New York Giants vs. Detroit Lions

1956-06-16

Reese McCall, Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions

1956-07-11

Pat Cummings, Detroit Pistons vs. New York Knicks

1956-07-30

Jeff Komlo, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1957-02-04

Ed Donatell, Atlanta Falcons vs. Detroit Lions

1957-03-10

Shannon Tweed, Detroit Rock City

1957-05-12

Lou Whitaker, Brooklyn, New York, American MLB 2nd baseman (Detroit Tigers, 1978 AL Rookie of the Year)

1957-05-19

Bill Laimbeer, NBA forward (Cleveland Cavaliers, Detroit Pistons)

1957-05-19

Odis McKinney, Los Angeles Raiders vs. Detroit Lions

1957-06-03

Curtis Green, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1957-07-06

Ron Duguay, Canada, hockey player (NY Rangers, Detroit Red Wings)

1957-12-03

Keith Dorney, New York Jets vs. Detroit Lions

1957-12-22

Jerry Holmes, Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers

1957-9-23

Al Richardson, Detroit Lions vs. Atlanta Falcons

1958-02-21

Alan Trammell, Garden Grove CA, infielder (Detroit Tigers)

1958-03-20

Mark Lee, Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers

1958-04-20

Viacheslav Fetisov, Moscow, NHL defenseman (Team Russia, Detroit)

1958-05-12

James Wilder, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1958-09-21

Rick Mahorn, NBA forward (Detroit Pistons)

1958-10-30

Joe Delaney, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Detroit Lions

1958-11-22

Lee Guetterman, Detroit Tigers vs. Seattle Mariners

1959-02-20

Bill Gullickson, US baseball pitcher (Detroit Tigers)

1959-02-20

Bill Gullickson, Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins

1959-02-28

Bruce McNorton, Detroit Lions vs. Los Angeles Rams

1959-03-03

Bob Nelson, Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers

1959-04-03

Keith Ferguson, Detroit Lions vs. Los Angeles Rams

1959-06-21

Marcella Detroit, Butterfly Kiss

1959-06-29

Edward F Humenik, Detroit MI, PGA golfer (1994 Kmart Greater-2nd)

1959-09-21

David Coulier, Detroit, actor (Joey Gladstone-Full House)

1959-10-29

Mark Nichols, New York Jets vs. Detroit Lions

1959-11-05

Lloyd Moseby, California Angels vs. Detroit Tigers

1959-12-10

Mark Aguirre, NBA forward (Detroit Pistons)

1959-12-20

David Lutz, NFL guard/tackle (Detroit Lions)

1959-12-23

Vyto Kab, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Detroit Lions

1960-01-07

Tierre Turner, Detroit Mich, actor (Waverly Wonders, Cop & the Kid)

1960-02-21

Eric Williams, Cleveland Browns vs. Detroit Lions

1960-03-12

Courtney B Vance, Detroit MI, actor (Hamburger Hill)

1960-04-07

Mike Cofer, Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers

1960-04-20

Rodney Holman, NFL tight end (Detroit Lions)

1960-08-14

Eugene Marve, Detroit Lions vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1960-11-05

Mark West, NBA center (Detroit Pistons)

1960-12-10

Paul Assenmacher, Detroit MI, pitcher (Cleveland Indians)

1961-01-05

Henry Cotto, Detroit Tigers vs. Seattle Mariners

1961-03-31

Ron Brown, Los Angeles Raiders vs. Detroit Lions

1961-04-20

Donnie Humphrey, Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions

1961-04-30

Isiah Thomas, Chicago Illinois, NBA forward (Detroit Piston; 1990 NBA playoff MVP)

1961-05-05

Mark Lewis, Detroit Lions vs. Los Angeles Rams

1961-06-15

Tim Harris, Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers

1961-07-04

Connie Paraskevin-Young, Detroit, sprint cyclist (Olymp-br-88, 92, 96)

1961-09-16

Mark Parent, Ashland OR, catcher (Detroit Tigers)

1961-10-19

Tim Belcher, Sparta Ohio, baseball pitcher (Detroit Tigers, KC Royals)

1961-11-29

Blair Kiel, Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers

1961-12-04

Frank Reich, Freeport, New York, American NFL quarterback (Buffalo Bills, Detroit Lions)

1961-9-07

James Griffin, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1962-01-19

Chris Sabo, Detroit Michigan, third baseman (Cincinnati Reds, Baltimore Orioles)

1962-02-22

Lenda Murray, Detroit Mich, body builder (4X Ms Olympia)

1962-02-27

Grant Show, Detroit Mich, actor (Jack Hanson-Melrose Place)

1962-03-16

Mel Jenkins, Detroit Lions vs. San Francisco 49ers

1962-08-05

Otis Thorpe, NBA forward (Vancouver Grizzlies, Detroit Pistons)

1962-08-25

Ron Heller, Detroit Lions vs. Miami Dolphins

1962-09-09

Aleta Rzepecki Sill, Detroit Mich, bowler (1983 WIBC single)

1962-09-15

Aubrey Matthews, NFL wide receiver (Detroit Lions)

1962-10-12

Ervin Randle, Detroit Lions vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1962-11-26

Mike Johnson, NFL inside linebacker (Detroit Lions)

1962-11-26

Mike Johnson, Detroit Lions vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1962-9-15

Aubrey Matthews, Minnesota Vikings vs. Detroit Lions

1962-9-30

George Jamison, Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers

1963-01-23

Gail O'Grady, Detroit, actress (Hitman, Nobody's Perfect, NYPD Blue)

1963-03-01

Greg Olson, Atlanta Falcons vs. Detroit Lions

1963-03-03

Kelly Miller, Detroit, NHL left wing (Washington Capitals)

1963-03-30

Lomas Brown, NFL tackle (Detroit Lions, Arizona Cardinals)

1963-04-29

Mike Babcock, Manitouwadge Ontario, NHL Coach (Anaheim, Detroit, Team Canada)

1963-05-24

Joe Dumars, NBA guard (Detroit Pistons)

1963-06-17

Kevin Glover, NFL center (Detroit Lions)

1963-06-27

Stephen Peterson, Detroit Mich, Conn, rower (Olympics-1996)

1963-09-04

John Vanbiesbrouck, Detroit MI, NHL goalie (Team USA, Florida)

1963-09-21

Cecil Fielder, Los Angeles California, infielder (Detroit Tigers, NY Yankees)

1963-10-10

Mike Donnelly, Detroit, NHL left wing (Dallas Stars)

1964-01-21

Reggie Rogers, Detroit Lions vs. Los Angeles Rams

1964-02-25

Don Majkowski, NFL quarterback (Detroit Lions)

1964-03-14

Donald Evans, Detroit Lions vs. New York Jets

1964-03-15

Ron Hall, NFL tight end (Detroit Lions)

1964-03-15

Ron Hall, San Francisco 49ers vs. Detroit Lions

1964-04-04

Gregory Thomas Kraft, Detroit MI, PGA golfer (1993 Walt Disney-2nd)

1964-05-01

Jose Lind, Detroit Tigers vs. Kansas City Royals

1964-05-13

Toshio Lee, Detroit Metal City

1964-05-16

John Salley, NBA star (Detroit Pistons)

1964-06-22

Mark Royals, NFL punter (New Orleans Saints, Detroit Lions)

1964-06-28

Susan Mascarin, Detroit Mich, tennis star

1964-11-01

Eddie Williams, Sheveport LA, infielder (Detroit Tigers)

1964-11-06

Arne Duncan, Detroit's Dropout Factories

1964-11-10

Troy Johnson, Detroit Lions vs. New York Giants

1964-12-30

Kris Tschetter, Detroit MI, LPGA golfer (1992 Northgate Computer)

1964-9-26

Bobby Joe Edmonds, Detroit Lions vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1965-01-12

Henry Thomas, defensive tackle (Detroit Lions, New England Patriots)

1965-02-01

Sherilyn Fenn, Detroit Mich, actress (2 Moon Junction, Twin Peaks)

1965-03-03

A J Sager, Columbus Ohio, pitcher (Detroit Tigers)

1965-03-23

Wayne Presley, Detroit, NHL right wing (Toronto Maple Leafs)

1965-05-09

Steve Yzerman, Cranbrook British Columbia, NHL forward (Team Canada, Detroit)

1965-06-11

Joe Cain, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1965-06-17

Manuel Lee, Detroit Tigers vs. Texas Rangers

1965-10-10

Brett Perriman, NFL wide receiver (Detroit Lions, Miami Dolphins)

1965-10-11

Chris Spielman, NFL linebacker (Detroit Lions, Buffalo Bills)

1966-03-12

Grant Long, NBA forward (Detroit Pistons, Atlanta Hawks)

1966-03-23

James Saxon, Detroit Lions vs. Miami Dolphins

1966-03-29

Robb Thomas, Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Detroit Lions

1966-04-05

Scott Dill, Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Detroit Lions

1966-05-27

Eric Leckner, NBA center (Detroit Pistons)

1966-05-31

Nick Scotti, Detroit Rock City

1966-08-17

Zefross Moss, NFL tackle (Detroit Lions, NE Patriots)

1966-09-03

Bennie Blades, NFL safety (Detroit Lions)

1966-09-09

Kevin Hatcher, Detroit MI, NHL defenseman (Team USA, Dallas, Pitts)

1966-09-23

Doug Widell, NFL guard (Detroit Lions)

1966-10-04

Mike Walker, Brooksville FL, pitcher (Detroit Tigers)

1966-10-11

Gregg Olson, Omaha NE, pitcher (Balt Orioles, Detroit Tigers)

1966-11-13

Rumeal Robinson, NBA guard (Portland Trail Blazers, Detroit Pistons)

1966-9-17

Allan Clow, Detroit Rock City

1967-02-16

Robert Massey, NFL cornerback (Arizona Cardinals, Detroit Lions)

1967-02-20

Kurt Knudsen, US baseball pitcher (Detroit Tigers)

1967-02-25

Rich Rowland, US baseball catcher (Detroit Tigers)

1967-02-28

Jeff[rey] Pfaendtner, Detroit, rower (Olympics-bronze-1996)

1967-03-16

Dan Owens, NFL defensive tackle (Atlanta Falcons, Detroit Lions)

1967-03-17

Chris Luongo, Detroit, NHL defenseman (NY Islanders)

1967-04-15

Suzy Green, Detroit MI, LPGA golfer (1995 Fieldcrest Cannon-26th)

1967-05-15

John Smoltz, Detroit MI, pitcher (Atlanta Braves, 1996 Cy Young)

1967-07-06

Omar Olivares, Mayaguez Puerto Rico, pitcher (Detroit Tigers)

1967-08-08

Matt Whiteside, Detroit Tigers vs. Texas Rangers

1967-09-27

Jason Dungjen, Detroit Mich, pairs skater (& Kyoko Ina)

1967-09-28

Jason Dungjen, Detroit Mich, pairs skaters (Olympics-1994)

1967-10-29

Greg Gohr, Santa Clara California, pitcher (Detroit Tigers)

1967-12-18

Tracy Hayworth, NFL linebacker (Detroit Lions, Atlanta Falcons)

1967-12-20

Wendy Hamilton, Detroit Mich, playmate (Dec, 1991)

1967-12-21

Terry Mills, NBA forward (Miami Heat, Detroit Pistons)

1968-01-02

Scott Mitchell, NFL quarterback (Detroit Lions)

1968-01-21

Tom Urbani, Santa Cruz CA, pitcher (St Louis Cards, Detroit Tigers)

1968-02-02

Steve Henson, NBA guard (Detroit Pistons)

1968-02-06

Ann Pollmann, Detroit

1968-04-28

Mark Carrier, NFL safety (Chic Bears, Detroit Lions)

1968-05-25

Shawn Bouwens, Detroit Lions vs. Miami Dolphins

1968-06-12

Gino Carlini, Detroit

1968-07-16

Barry Sanders, NFL running back (Detroit Lions, 1988 Heisman Trophy)

1968-07-22

Sean Vanhorse, NFL cornerback (Detroit Lions)

1968-08-22

Michael Curry, NBA guard (Detroit Pistons, Milwaukee Bucks)

1968-08-23

Scott Kowalkowski, NFL linebacker (Detroit Lions)

1968-09-27

Scott Conover, NFL tackle (Detroit Lions)

1968-11-01

Kent Graham, NFL quarterback (Detroit Lions, Arizona Cardinals)

1968-11-06

Chad Curtis, Marion IN, outfielder (NY Yankees, Detroit Tigers)

1968-11-11

John Jett, NFL punter (Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions)

1968-11-13

Pat Hentgen, Detroit MI, pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)

1968-11-23

John O'Neill, Detroit, US field hockey midfielder (Olympics-96)

1968-12-17

Curtis Pride, Washington DC, outfielder (Detroit Tigers)

1968-12-17

Curtis Pride, Los Angeles Angels vs. Detroit Tigers

1969-01-15

Adam Burt, Detroit, NHL defenseman (Hartford Whalers)

1969-02-06

James Jones, Detroit Lions vs. Minnesota Vikings

1969-02-14

Harry Colon, NFL safety (Jacksonville Jaguars, Detroit Lions)

1969-02-14

Roy Barker, Detroit Lions vs. San Francisco 49ers

1969-02-15

Brian Williams, Lancaster SC, pitcher (Detroit Tigers, Astros)

1969-02-18

Igor Larionov, Voskresensk Russia, NHL forward (Team Russia, Detroit)

1969-02-20

Tommy Vardell, El Cajon, California, American NFL fullback (Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions)

1969-03-07

Matt Blundin, NFL quarterback (KC Chiefs, Detroit Lions)

1969-03-27

Tom Beer, NFL running back (Detroit Lions)

1969-03-28

Scottie Graham, Minnesota Vikings vs. Detroit Lions

1969-04-06

Brian Williams, NBA center/forward (Detroit Pistons, LA Clippers)

1969-04-14

Brad Ausmus, New Haven CT, catcher (Detroit Tigers)

1969-04-14

Mark Macon, NBA guard (Detroit Pistons)

1969-04-25

Travis Fryman, Lexington KY, infielder (Detroit Tigers)

1969-06-03

Ray Roberts, tackle (Detroit Lions)

1969-06-26

Michael Myers, Cook County IL, pitcher (Detroit Tigers)

1969-07-28

Corey Raymond, NFL cornerback (Detroit Lions)

1969-07-30

Robert Porcher, NFL defensive end (Detroit Lions)

1969-08-21

Andujar Cedeno, La Romana Dom Rep, infielder (Detroit Tigers)

1969-09-11

Tracy Scroggins, NFLer (Detroit Lions)

1969-10-20

Herman Moore, NFL wide receiver (Detroit Lions)

1969-11-28

Marc Spindler, NFL defensive tackle/end (NY Jets, Detroit Lions)

1969-11-30

Mark Lewis, Hamilton OH, infielder (Detroit Tigers)

1969-12-13

Sergei Fedorov, Pskov Russia, NHL forward (Detroit, Oly-S-1998)

1969-9-11

Tracy Scroggins, Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions

1970-02-01

Malik Sealy, NBA guard/forward (Detroit Pistons, LA Clippers)

1970-04-14

Brian Stablein, Detroit Lions vs. Minnesota Vikings

1970-04-28

Nicklas Lidstrom, Vasteras SWE, NHL defenseman (Team Sweden, Detroit)

1970-05-16

Eric Lynch, NFL running back (Detroit Lions)

1970-06-08

Drew Liebert, Lemonade: Detroit

1970-06-17

Jason Hanson, NFL kicker (Detroit Lions)

1970-06-19

Quincy Dushawn Watts, Detroit Mich, 400m runner

1970-07-01

Van Malone, NFL safety (Detroit Lions)

1970-08-18

Robert Higginson, Philadelphia PA, outfielder (Detroit Tigers)

1970-08-18

Bobby Higginson, Detroit Tigers vs. Seattle Mariners

1970-09-05

Willie Clay, NFL safety (Detroit Lions)

1970-09-18

Mike Compton, NFL center/guard (Detroit Lions)

1970-10-04

Ryan McNeil, NFL cornerback (Detroit Lions, St Louis Rams)

1970-10-06

Lauren Rifkin, Detroit Rock City

1970-10-18

Shane Bonham, NFL defensive linesman (Detroit Lions)

1970-11-19

Larry Tharpe, NFL tackle (Arizona Cardinals, Detroit Lions)

1970-12-03

Lindsey Hunter, NBA guard (Detroit Pistons)

1970-12-05

Kurt Koehler, Detroit Rock City

1970-12-20

Tony Semple, NFL guard (Detroit Lions)

1971-01-06

Mike Wells, NFL defensive end (Detroit Lions)

1971-04-04

Allan Houston, NBA guard (NY Knicks, Detroit Pistons)

1971-04-04

Felipe Lira, Miranda Venezeula, pitcher (Detroit Tigers)

1971-04-14

Antonio London, NFL linebacker (Detroit Lions)

1971-05-05

Mike Redmond, Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins

1971-06-28

Greg Keagle, Corning NY, pitcher (Detroit Tigers)

1971-08-20

Kevin Hickman, NFL tight end (Detroit Lions)

1971-08-26

Jocelyn Borgella, NFL cornerback (Detroit Lions)

1971-09-23

Eric Montross, NBA center (Detroit Pistons)

1971-10-07

Johnnie Morton, NFL wide receiver (Detroit Lions)

1971-10-16

Greg Jeffries, NFL cornerback (Detroit Lions)

1971-11-13

Ron Rivers, NFL running back (Detroit Lions)

1971-11-24

Keith Primeau, Toronto, NHL forward (Carolina, Detroit)

1971-12-21

Tommie Boyd, NFL/WLAF receiver (Detroit Lions, Rhein Fire)

1971-12-28

Melvin Nieves, San Juan Puerto Rico, outfielder (Detroit Tigers)

1972-01-13

Richard Woodley, NFL cornerback (Detroit Lions)

1972-01-23

Kez McCorvey, NFL wide receiver (Detroit Lions)

1972-01-29

Hessley Hempstead, NFL guard (Detroit Lions)

1972-02-23

Ryan Grigson, NFL guard/tackle (Detroit Lions)

1972-02-25

Chris Harrison, guard (Detroit Lions)

1972-04-15

Ronald Cherry, NFL tackle (Detroit Lions)

1972-05-03

Vyacheslav Kozlov, Voskresensk Russia, NHL forward (Detroit Red Wings)

1972-05-30

Jeff Jones, NFL tackle (Detroit Lions)

1972-06-08

David Sloan, NFL tight end (Detroit Lions)

1972-06-15

Tony Clark, Newton KS, infielder (Detroit Tigers)

1972-06-23

Cory Schlesinger, NHL running back (Detroit Lions)

1972-06-23

Cory Schlesinger, Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions

1972-07-13

Clint Sodowsky, Ponca City OK, pitcher (Detroit Tigers)

1972-07-14

Lou Roe, NBA forward (Detroit Pistons)

1972-07-21

Kimera Bartee, Omaha NE, outfielder (Detroit Tigers)

1972-08-22

Stephen Boyd, NFL linebacker (Detroit Lions)

1972-09-09

Ben Bronson, NFL wide receiver (Detroit Lions)

1972-09-17

Allen Williams, NFL running back (Detroit Lions)

1972-11-09

Ron Rice, NFL cornerback/safety (Detroit Lions)

1972-12-25

Fantasia, [Tonya Manley], Detroit Mich, dancer/actress (Pump it Up)

1973-01-26

Tony Ramirez, tackle (Detroit Lions)

1973-02-13

Willie Smith, NFL linebacker (Detroit Lions)

1973-03-22

Luther Elliss, NFL defensive end (Detroit Lions)

1973-04-17

Theo Ratliff, NBA forward/center (Detroit Pistons, Phila 76ers)

1973-05-10

Jerome Williams, NBA forward (Detroit Pistons)

1973-06-02

Neifi Perez, Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins

1973-06-28

Brian Maisonneuve, Detroit Mich, soccer midfielder (Olympics-gold-96)

1973-11-06

Justin Speier, Anaheim Angels vs. Detroit Tigers

1973-12-30

Don Reid, NBA guard/forward (Detroit Pistons)

1974-01-06

Juan Roque, tackle (Detroit Lions)

1974-02-28

Kevin Abrams, cornerback (Detroit Lions)

1974-03-28

Eric Beverly, Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions

1974-04-27

Pete Chryplewicz, tight end (Detroit Lions)

1974-08-01

Kerwin Waldroup, DL (Detroit Lions)

1974-11-05

Jerry Stackhouse, NBA guard/forward (Detroit Pistons, Phila 76ers)

1974-12-01

Richard Jordan, linebacker (Detroit Lions)

1974-12-19

Bryant Westbrook, cornerback (Detroit Lions)

1974-12-21

Tommie Boyd, wide reciever (Detroit Lions)

1975-02-12

Scot Pollard, NBA center (Detroit Pistons)

1975-02-22

Charles O'Bannon, NBA guard (Detroit Pistons)

1976-02-07

Terry Battle, running back (Detroit Lions)

1976-04-11

Kelvim Escobar, Los Angeles Angels vs. Detroit Tigers

1976-05-04

Jason Michaels, Cleveland Indians vs. Detroit Tigers

1976-08-16

Roderick Coleman, Atlanta Falcons vs. Detroit Lions

1976-10-18

Leilene Ondrade, Detroit Rock City

1976-11-22

Sonya Rueb, Detroit

1976-9-13

Germane Crowell, St. Louis Rams vs. Detroit Lions

1977-05-17

K. Mike Merrill, Lemonade: Detroit

1977-07-26

Joaquin Benoit, Detroit Tigers vs. Cincinnati Reds

1977-08-17

Mike Maroth, Cleveland Indians vs. Detroit Tigers

1978-02-24

Dewayne Wise, Chicago White Sox vs. Detroit Tigers

1978-06-20

Bobby Seay, Detroit Tigers vs. Chicago White Sox

1978-07-23

Nick Harris, Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers

1978-9-18

Joshua Maly, Lemonade: Detroit

1979-08-31

Ramon Santiago, Detroit Tigers vs. Cincinnati Reds

1979-10-22

Eve Chalom, Detroit Mich, dance skater (& Gates—1995 Nat Jr champ)

1980-03-02

Kevin Shaffer, Atlanta Falcons vs. Detroit Lions

1980-08-17

Brett Myers, Chicago White Sox vs. Detroit Tigers

1982-03-11

Brian Anderson, Detroit Tigers vs. Chicago White Sox

1982-03-12

Zach Miner, Chicago White Sox vs. Detroit Tigers

1983-03-16

Stephen Drew, Boston Red Sox vs. Detroit Tigers

1983-04-21

Brian Kaurich, Stick It in Detroit

1983-08-18

Dan Orlovsky, Atlanta Falcons vs. Detroit Lions

1985-02-15

Jordan Farkas, Lemonade: Detroit

1985-06-21

Detroit Dimitre-Burns, A Bullet in the Head

1985-06-22

Rosa Katô, Detroit Metal City

1986-04-05

Kyle Safieh, Detroit Rock Mommies

1986-05-09

Daniel Schlereth, Detroit Tigers vs. Chicago White Sox

1986-06-06

Junichi Tazawa, Detroit Tigers vs. Boston Red Sox

1986-07-22

EJ Assi, Detroit Unleaded

1986-08-07

Rachel Partain, Lemonade: Detroit

1986-10-31

Philip McDonald, Lemonade: Detroit

1987-08-27

Anze Kopitar, Jesenice: Detroit

1992-10-01

Chuck Laing, Boston Red Sox vs. Detroit Tigers

1992-10-01

Xander Bogaerts, Boston Red Sox vs. Detroit Tigers

1996-9-28

Solomon Watts, Lemonade: Detroit

Detroit - Notable Weddings

Steve YzermanJun 10, 1989

Detroit - Weddings
Date Event
1989-06-10

Detroit Red Wings NHL player Steve Yzerman (24) weds Lisa Brennan

Detroit - Notable Deaths

Isaac BrockOct 13, 1812

Harry HoudiniOct 31, 1926

Albert KahnDec 8, 1942

Hank GreenbergSep 4, 1986

Detroit - Deaths
Date Event
1812-10-13

Isaac Brock, English general (conquered Detroit), dies in battle at 43

1926-10-31

Harry Houdini, [Erich Weisz], magician, dies in Detroit of gangrene and peritonitis that developed after his appendix ruptured

1942-12-08

Albert Kahn, architect of Detroit, dies at 73

1968-04-19

Tommy Bridges, US baseball pitcher (Detroit Tigers), dies at 61

1971-10-24

Chuck Hughes, Detroit Lion collapses during game & later, dies

1982-02-18

Tina Carver, actress (Inside Detroit, Uranium Boom), dies at 58

1983-06-29

Joe Delaney, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Detroit Lions

1986-01-01

Bruce Norris, American hockey executive (Detroit Red Wings) (b. 1924)

1986-09-04

Hank Greenberg, American baseball player (Detroit Tigers) dies aged 75

1986-10-11

Norm Cash, 1st baseman (Detroit Tigers), dies at 51

1986-12-01

Robert L "Bobby" Layne, football player (Detroit Lions), dies at 59

1988-02-02

G Mennen Williams, Supreme Court justice, dies at 76 in Detroit

1991-03-19

John Russell Thomas, NFL general manager (Detroit Lions), dies

1991-11-04

William Munchow, Doctor Detroit

1992-01-14

Hari Rhodes, actor (Earth II, Detroit 9000), dies at 59

1992-05-27

Ernie Winstanley, Detroit 9000

1993-10-21

Irving Torgoff, US baseball player (Detroit Tigers), dies at 75

1994-09-28

Greg Latta, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1995-08-16

John Priestly McCartjy, detroit DJ, dies at 62

2000-02-08

Sid Abel, Canadian ice hockey player (Detroit Red Wings), dies at 81

2000-11-29

Lou Groza, The Detroit Lions vs. the Cleveland Browns

2004-02-23

Bob Mayo, Peter Frampton: Live in Detroit

2005-04-23

Earl Wilson, A City on Fire: The Story of the '68 Detroit Tigers

2005-08-09

Detroit Junior, The Adventure of English

2007-01-03

Earl Reibel, Canadian ice hockey forward Detroit Red Wings (b. 1930)

2007-04-03

Neal Shine, A City on Fire: The Story of the '68 Detroit Tigers

2007-04-25

Johnny Perkins, New York Giants vs. Detroit Lions

2009-03-14

Jeff Komlo, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

2009-03-30

Doris Ingraham, Detroit 9000

2009-09-16

Monte Clark, Los Angeles Raiders vs. Detroit Lions

2009-09-17

Bob Kowalkowski, Los Angeles Rams vs. Detroit Lions

2009-12-25

Rick Kane, New York Jets vs. Detroit Lions

2011-06-08

Jim Northrup, A City on Fire: The Story of the '68 Detroit Tigers

2012-01-15

Evelyn Marshall, Doctor Detroit

2012-04-08

Blair Kiel, Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers

2012-06-26

Pat Cummings, Detroit Pistons vs. New York Knicks

2013-09-18

Allan Ellis, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

2013-10-24

Reggie Rogers, Detroit Lions vs. Los Angeles Rams

2014-09-01

Donnie Humphrey, Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions

2015-03-06

Dan Lewis, Detroit Lions vs. Los Angeles Rams

2015-03-23

LaVern Torgeson, Washington Redskins vs. Detroit Lions

2015-06-23

Tommy Hudspeth, Minnesota Vikings vs. Detroit Lions

2016-03-01

'Beverly Hills Cop' actor, Detroit councilman Gil Hill dies aged 84

2017-08-24

Former Texas Rangers, Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers GM Joe Klein dies at age 75


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