Lance Martinez from My Detroit Sports provides this up close look at one of the greatest players in baseball history signing autographs. Behold Miguel Cabrera appearing at the recently held TigerFest, Detroit’s offseason fan event at Comerica Park.
Minnesota Twins All-Star second baseman Brian Dozier has found himself in the baseball news cycle frequently this offseason, amid a flurry of trade rumors. The 29-year-old is coming off his best MLB season, where he hit a whopping 42 home runs, establishing a new American League record for second basemen. Despite all of Dozier's great individual success in 2016, the Twins lost a team record 103 games.
Above is iFolloSports.com original video of current Twins center fielder/top prospect Byron Buxton signing autographs, alongside Twins legend Tony Oliva. The below original video clip showcases former very popular Twins player Michael Cuddyer interacting with fans after a radio appearance.
Above is original video of former MLB player and manager Kirk Gibson signing autographs at Detroit City Sports, in the Detroit suburb of Sterling Heights, Michigan. The clip is provided by Lance Martinez from My Detroit Sports.
After clinching the 2016 World Series title at around 12:30 am Eastern in Cleveland, the Cubs returned to Chicago in the middle of the night (one-hour flight), arriving back to Wrigley Field at roughly 6:00 am Central, upon landing at O’Hare Airport (12 miles west of Wrigley) shortly before.
With the Chicago Cubs potentially on the brink of winning the club’s first World Series since 1908, the government and businesses of Chicago are preparing for the celebration that may erupt, if the North Siders can defeat the Indians in Game 7.
As the Chicago Cubs continue to pursue the franchise’s first World Series appearance since 1945 and their first World Series victory since 1908, a Texas based airline has struck a deal to align themselves with the club’s historic run.