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Former Detroit Tigers infielder Carlos Guillen announces retirement after 14 seasons (MLive)
Central Michigan 54, Bowling Green 53; Chippewas advance to second round of the Mid-American Conference Tournament (CMUChippewas.com)
Niklas Kronwall scored two goals and notched five assists in his last three games, picking up league honors (Detroit Red Wings on Twitter)
Titans Players Reportedly Received Baseball Bats, Boxing Gloves From Jim Schwartz For Big Hits (Pride of Detroit)
Kyle Vanden Bosch Glad Lions Franchised Cliff Avril (Pride of Detroit)
Draymond Green Named Team MVP At Awards Banquet (MSUSpartans.com)
Draymond Green, Tom Izzo Garner District Honors from United States Basketball Writers Association (MSUSpartans.com)
Trey Burke, Zack Novak Add More Awards to Their 2011-12 Honors List (MGoBlue.com)
Person of Interest: Rasheed Wallace (Grantland)
Detroit Lions free agent running back Kevin Smith wants to re-sign with team (MLive)
Transcript from Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford’s appearance on SportsCenter (MLive)
Tom Izzo talks about how he gets Spartans to play into defense (Dan Patrick)
Where are they now? Seattle Mariners, Minnesota Twins pluck handful of ex-Tigers (MLive)
Cleary gets knee drained, out 2-3 games (RedWings.com)
The Tigers activated Carlos Guillen from the disabled list Friday, hoping the former All-Star shortstop-turned-left fielder can provide a spark as the designated hitter.Guillen will be in the lineup for both ends of Friday’s day-night doubleheader against the White Sox at DH, marking his first game action for the Tigers since May 4. He spent the past 2 1/2 months on the disabled list with right shoulder inflammation.
Carlos Guillen had spent much of the past year on the mend.
He always seemed to have an electric stimulator hooked up to his back or shoulder and ice bags on various joints. He walked slowly around the clubhouse and began avoiding the brief interviews about his injuries that had become monotonous.
But Guillen returned to the Detroit Tigers this week as an injury-free left fielder with a bounce in his step and a smile on his face.
While Carlos Guillen’s sore right Achilles tendon kept him hobbled in the field, he quietly was struggling to hit with a sore right shoulder. The Tigers decided Tuesday was the time to try to take care of both, placing their quiet run-producer on the 15-day disabled list.