July is one of the most exciting times of year for sports fans. Major League Baseball teams are in mid season form and in the thick of playoff races, pro football teams are preparing for training camp, and NHL teams are tweaking their rosters by making trades and signing free agents. With all of this activity, it can be difficult for individuals to keep up with all of their favorite teams and players. However, by turning to Detroit Channel 4 news, anyone can keep up with all of the Detroit pro teams. With detailed coverage of the Tigers, Lions, and Red Wings, Channel 4 Detroit is a great resource for any fan.
Currently, the Tigers sit on top of the American League Central Division, and have a couple of players who will be in the All Star game. They have a lineup full of exciting players, but because they play nearly every day, and people have busy schedules, it is not easy to catch every game. But by turning on Detroit Channel 4 news before bed and catching highlights, fans will be able to keep up with all of the latest scores, stats, and trends and keep an eye on the standing an the Tigers push towards the playoffs.
For years, the Detroit Lions have been cellar dwellers, and, in 2008, became the first team to complete a season without a single win. However, with a couple of superstars on offense, including a quarterback who just received a blockbuster deal worth more than $50 million, they have potential and fans have a reason to be optimistic about the season ahead. By checking out Detroit 4 news every day, Lions fans can monitor how those players are progressing, and keep an eye on position battles when training camp finally begins in August.
The Red Wings are an Original Six NHL franchise, and are appreciated by fans throughout the league, no matter who they root for. However, their second round playoff loss to the Chicago Blackhawks in 2013 was quite disappointing. As a result, the Red Wings management decided to retool by signing a couple of big free agents. With a couple of great new players in the mix, the Wings are poised to have a great season. Training camp does not open until September, but anybody who wants to get prepared and know the roster heading into it should follow the team on News 4 Detroit.