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Rajai Davis' status for Tigers remains uncertain — Detroit - On Sunday, amid the clubhouse celebration, there was more good news on the Tigers front, when general manager Dave Dombrowski painted a positive picture about center fielder Rajai Davis' status for the playoffs. Two days later, however, manager Brad Ausmus didn't sound as confident.
Sep 30, 2014

RT @TonyPaul1984: #Tigers notes: Rajai still questionable ... JV praises JD ... Joba talks bugs! ... The joy of postseason baseball.…

Sep 30, 2014

#Tigers notes: Rajai still questionable ... JV praises JD ... Joba talks bugs! ... The joy of postseason baseball.…

Foster: Plenty of blame to go around in UM debacle — The "miscommunication" that happened on the sidelines Saturday is not a Brady Hoke breakdown. It is a University of Michigan breakdown. Everybody deserves blame for this situation. The vultures are circling over Michigan Stadium, looking for the pelt of Wolverines coach Brady Hoke. But here is what you must understand.

UM president Schlissel on Morris: 'Our system failed' — University of Michigan president Mark S. Schlissel issued the following statement Tuesday evening, regarding the controversy surrounding the concussion quarterback Shane Morris' suffered Saturday in a game against Minnesota at Michigan Stadium: As the leader of our university community, I want to express my extreme disappointment in the events surrounding the handling of an on-field injury to one of our football players, Shane Morris.

Michigan athletics concussion policy — The University of Michigan athletic department on Tuesday released a copy of its policy regarding concussions. The policy was dated Oct. 23, 2012 and approved on Dec. 3, 2012. INTRODUCTION/PURPOSE Concussion management in sport is challenged by the fact that concussion risk is both individualized and dynamic.

Officials confirm 1st Ebola case diagnosed in U.S. — Federal health officials have confirmed that a patient being treated at a Dallas hospital has tested positive for Ebola

DMC to close Madison Heights surgical hospital — The Detroit Medical Center will be closing a suburban surgery hospital following flood damage at the facility, resulting in the layoff of 127 employees. The DMC Surgery Hospital in Madison Heights will close starting Oct. 3, leaving dozens of nurses, dieticians, technicians and support staff without jobs.

GM Tech Center named national landmark — Washington - The U.S. Interior Department and National Park Service named General Motors' Warren Technical Center and eight other locations as the newest National Historic Landmarks. The Interior Department said the Warren Technical Center "is one of the most significant works of architect Eero Saarinen, who was among the most important modernist designers of the post-World War II period in the United States.