George Sipple Detroit Free Press Published 10:23 p.m. UTC Jun 30, 2018 TORONTO — The Detroit Tigers keep trying. They also keep losing. Their 4-3 loss on Saturday at Rogers Centre came on a walk-off home run by Justin Smoak in the ninth inning. That extended the Tigers losing streak to a season-high 11 games. There was a heaviness in the visiting clubhouse atfterward. "Power versus power," Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire said of the Smoak's 11th home run of the season. "That's what happens in those situations. He's going to go in there and pump it in there and try to punch him out. Tried to elevate it a little bit. Didn't get it high enough. (Smoak) got ahold of it." More: Nicholas Castellanos eyes Royals blueprint as Tigers continue to lose The Tigers seem powerless these days to avoid losing, even as they used the long ball to build an early lead. A solo home run by John Hicks in the first and a two-run home run by Nicholas Castellanos gave the … [Read more...] about Detroit Tigers tried everything, but still lost as losing skid extends
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Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Subscribe Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader The Switch by Hayley Tsukayama by Hayley Tsukayama Email the author April 3 at 7:00 AM Email the author When the University of Maryland-Baltimore County basketball team pulled off the greatest upset in NCAA history, player Nolan Gerrity had the perfect metaphor for what he was feeling. “It’s like your first Fortnite victory, honestly,” he told reporters. [ Final Fortnite: College hoops is wild for popular video game ] For those out of the know, it was a puzzling statement. But Gerrity’s example made perfect sense to the 150 million people worldwide who have launched the video game Fortnite into an … [Read more...] about Everything you need to know about Fortnite and why it’s so popular
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In the next few days four out of 10 people will plan to make New Year’s resolutions and the number one promise is to lose weight. For nearly one-third of people, accomplishing that goal could mean cutting back on wheat products. Dr. William Davis, a cardiologist and the author of "The Wheat Belly 30-Minute (or less!) Cookbook," and Michael Moss, an investigative reporter for the New York Times and author of “Salt, Sugar, Fat,” joined the “CBS This Morning” to discuss who should eliminate the all-American grain. Davis told the co-hosts that people should reduce wheat from their diets because it “stimulates appetites” since the grain has its own version of “opiate.” “It’s inflammatory, raises blood sugar and it has its own built-in opiate – and this opiate drives appetite,” he said. “It’s in everything now - it’s in virtually all processed foods – I would argue it’s … [Read more...] about How effective are wheat-free diets?