Meet Jacob Turner. Turner, who recently turned 19, was the Tigers first round draft pick in 2009 (ninth overall), and signed the largest contract ever by any player right out of high school. So far, he looks worth every penny. A big league presence, stature and consistent fastball has this kid slated for The Show, barring any unforeseen detours (knock on wood). Jacob takes the mound today at 5th3rd in Comstock Park; get out and see him if you can. Gotta feeling he won't be at this level long.
It was 45 years ago today... Sgt. Pepper taught the band to play... (and I know you've seen this picture before, but the other place hasn't)
May be illegal? Is Bishop admitting that he doesn't understand the law surrounding this? And he wants to be an AG? Or, is it that his party plans to use high unemployment in the election, and the last thing he wants to do is create thousands of jobs? Either way, once again, it's all abut Mike Bishop. Let the history books show that in a time when Michigan citizens desperately needed the increased employment, and businesses that would benefit from this bridge desperately needed the increased sales, Mike Bishop told the world "there's no need to charge forward quickly". He will kick this can down the road, just like he has kicked every can down the road, in his seemingly endless attempt to deny progress for Michigan.
Isn't this exactly what everyone is complaining about? The lack of urgency on the part of lawmakers? Take a long, hard look at Exhibit A here, and ask yourself that question again.