- Bill Dow has written numerous articles on Detroit sports history as a regular freelance contributor to the Detroit Free Press sports page, and some of his work has been published in Baseball Digest magazine. He also wrote the Afterword to the latest editions of George Plimpton’s book Paper Lion.
This Day In History
- 2006 On May 21, 2006, Tiger reliever Todd Jones records his 155th save as a Tiger, breaking the franchise mark held by Mike Henneman. With Detroit clinging to a 1-0 lead over the Cincinnati Reds at Comerica Park, Jones hits the first batter to lead off the 9th inning, but retires the next three batters without incident to nail down the Tiger victory.
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