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NEW YORK (AP) — The baseball Hall of Fame won’t have any new players in the class of 2021 after voters decided no one had the merits — on the field or off — for enshrinement in Cooperstown.

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The Crystal Community Ski Club hosted an invitational at Crystal Mountain over the weekend, with several local racers earning strong finishes against teams from Bellaire, Cadillac and Traverse City.

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Michigan athletic department officials felt they had no choice but to shut down athletics for up to 14 days after receiving what they considered a mandate from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHSS). A spokesperson from the MDHSS said, however, it merely offered recomme…

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DETROIT — Brady Rose grew up around the Muskegon Mona Shores football program, attending games when his father roamed the sidelines as the team's head coach while in grade school.

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ATLANTA — Hank Aaron, who endured racist threats with stoic dignity during his pursuit of Babe Ruth’s home run record and gracefully left his mark with 755 homers and a legacy as one of baseball’s greatest all-around players, died Friday. He was 86.

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One week into the season, the Detroit Red Wings have split their first two series, beating two good opponents. With every game they distance themselves from last season’s disaster; with every game they prove something to themselves.

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After three losing seasons in which they endured locker room strife and looked wayward on the field, the Detroit Lions have a new coach and new direction.

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Sekou Doumbouya hasn’t yet emerged as a significant contributor for the Detroit Pistons in the early portion of his second NBA season. His playing time is down from last season, and when he has played, the flashes shown during preseason have been more sporadic.

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Ice fishing has been quite a hot commodity since the new year began, flocking fisherman and filling buckets with a variety of panfish and the occasional northern pike.

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The business of the NFL works best with a bit of luck. The first-down marker is missed by an inch. The receiver drags his second foot inbounds just in time. The fumble bounces back in your arms. The holding call is missed … or made, stalling a drive, propelling a drive, ending a game.

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DETROIT — When he was bigger, when his weight got up over 220 pounds, Tigers right-hander Michael Fulmer felt stronger, his fastball and sinker were firmer and heavier – 95-97 mph. But then his right knee, the one he uses to push off the mound, blew out in 2018.

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The Spring Lake ski team opened their conference season on Tuesday the 12th at Cannonsburg Ski Area. In order to safely conduct races this season, the Greater Grand Rapids High School Ski Conference has divided members into 3 divisions in order to limit the number of teams competing at one t…

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In the final minutes of Friday’s surprising win over the Phoenix Suns, the Pistons went with a different look to the lineup. Instead of one of their regular lineups, they used rookie Saddiq Bey as the shooting guard, to go along with the starting frontcourt.

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ANN ARBOR (AP) — Michigan has decided to stick with coach Jim Harbaugh, finalizing a new, five-year deal that cuts his guaranteed compensation but gives him an opportunity to make up for the financial loss if he can start winning championships.