[caption id="attachment_5746" align="alignright" width="500"] Jose Altuve, Houston Astros[/caption] Ethics and sportsmanship. Two of my favorite topics and my favorite blog dealing with the subject is "Ethics Alarms". This isn't a baseball blog, or even a sports blog for that matter, but I find myself quoting it often and I'm always able to learn from it. In this blog he talks about doing the right thing and what interested me most was, even if he hadn't done the right thing, most fans would never have noticed. Chalk one up for another great article from Ethics Alarms' Jack Marshall, ethicist, lawyer, and the president of ProEthics, Ltd., trying to keep us on the straight and narrow and reminding us there still is such a thing.
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Last weekend I had the opportunity to catch some of the 1968 World Series Champion Detroit Tigers in action as the Tigers hosted their annual Fantasy Camp. 270 more words
Be honest. How long since you watched a Pistons game? Made the trip to the Palace? Knew where SVG’s team stands in the East? If you’re like me, you have almost completely lost interest in the same team that brought Detroit a World Championship in 2004. 277 more words
Detroit Tigers outfielder Rajai Davis hit .356 against left-handed pitchers in 2014.
It’s a fun fact, however southpaws probably don’t view it that way.
All stats courtesy of Baseball-Reference.com unless otherwise noted.