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When Greenberg decided to retire rather than play for less, Detroit sold his contract to the Pittsburgh Pirates.
When that season ended, Short dealt his best starting pitcher and the left side of his infield to the Detroit Tigers for erstwhile 30-game-winner Denny McLain, who had spent most of the 1970 campaign suspended because of gambling allegations.
When a violent race riot broke out in Detroit on June 20, 1943, Willkie went on national radio to criticize Republicans and Democrats for ignoring " the Negro question.
When Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick came under intense scrutiny for his personal conduct in 2008, he deviated from an address to city council, saying, " In the past 30 days, I've been called a nigger more than any time in my entire life.
* Jim Wangers, Glory Days: When Horsepower and Passion Ruled Detroit, Bentley Publishers ( October 1998 ), trade paperback: 348 pages, ISBN 0-8376-0208-4 ISBN 978-0-8376-0208-0 hardcover: 309 pages, ISBN 0-8376-0207-6 ISBN 978-0-8376-0207-3
When the Tigers began the 1968 season in first place, winning nine consecutive games after losing the season opening game, McLain made controversial statements in early May by criticizing Detroit fans for being, " the biggest front-running fans in the world.
When the War of 1812 broke out, the populace was prepared, and quick victories at Fort Mackinac and Detroit defeated American invasion efforts.
When interviewed in 2008, Sparky said that CATCH was " the single best thing I ever did in Detroit.
Although " Let Me Show You " became a regional hit in Atlanta, Cleveland Pittsburgh, Detroit, Boston, and New Orleans, interest began to grow in " When You Dance ".
When asked by Detroit ’ s Metro Times in 1996, the Center ’ s President Lawrence Reed said: " Our funding sources are primarily foundations … with the rest coming from corporations and individuals ," but that "… revealing our contributors would be a tremendous diversion …"
When the dust cleared, the Mercury had won 77-76, forcing a final Game 5 in Detroit.
When he was 18, he moved to Detroit, Michigan, and participated in the surveying of the canal route around the rapids of Sault Ste.
When the festival played at the Alpine Valley festival in East Troy, Wisconsin on August 29, 1992, and also at Pine Knob Music Theater in Clarkston, Michigan ( near Detroit ) in 1992, concertgoers ripped up chunks of sod and grass and threw them at each other and at the bands, resulting in tens of thousands of dollars in damages to the venue.
When wrestler and Detroit NWA member Ed Farhat made several appearances as The Sheik in an " outlaw territory ," his promotion, Big Time Wrestling, was deemed to have violated the NWA charter and was expelled from the organization.
When he loses his job in Detroit, the unemployment agency finds him a temporary job ; teaching in the U. S. Army training base, Fort McClane.
When Gerry Mulligan was 14, his family moved to Detroit and then to Reading, Pennsylvania.
When Gomez-Preston was young her mother worked for the Detroit Police Department.
When its existence was revealed in two articles written in March 1976 by Michael Rogers, one in the Detroit Free Press and one in Rolling Stone, family members were confused about how Henrietta's cells could have been taken without consent and how they could still be alive 25 years after her death.
When Riley joined the band in 1985 he brought with him a funk background, having worked at a Detroit studio where George Clinton and Sly Stone had recorded.
When the Fugitive Slave Law of 1850 in the United States threatened to return free northern blacks and escaped slaves into bondage, Shadd and her brother Isaac moved to Canada and settled in Windsor, Ontario, across the border from Detroit.
When a British garrison took possession of Fort Detroit from the French in 1760, local Native Americans cautioned them that " this country was given by God to the Indians.
When Datsyuk began his NHL career for the Red Wings, his mentors – including Soviet stars Igor Larionov and Sergei Fedorov, as well as Detroit captain Steve Yzerman – helped him learn his way around the NHL.
" When I went to play for Detroit after the Olympics, Alex Delvecchio was the coach.

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When the mines failed in the 1890s, Sandy faltered, then underwent a significant economic transformation into an agricultural community.
When the stadium underwent renovations in the mid 1970s, it became necessary to move the plaque from the directors ' entrance to allow the necessary changes.
When the First World War started, the two sections underwent administrative changes so that the foreign section became the Directorate of Military Intelligence Section 6 ( MI6 ), the name by which it is frequently known in popular culture today.
When the Our Miss Brooks TV series, which starred the actress Eve Arden, underwent a change in format, his character " Walter Denton " was written off this series.
When Princess Eugenie turned seventeen, she underwent orthodontic treatment, like her sister.
When the old church underwent some vandalism, its valuable stained glass windows were removed by the Church of Ireland and donated to An Tobar.
When Yugoslavia's longtime leader Marshal Tito died in 1980 this policy of containment underwent a dramatic reversal.
When the Paksis created the wormhole the Dreads of Dita, Meia and Jura underwent changes.
When the war was renewed in 1799, Jourdan was at the head of the army on the Rhine, but again underwent defeat at the hands of the Archduke Charles at the battles of Ostrach and Stockach in late March.
When he was in temporary command in 1809, the French army in Bavaria underwent a series of reverses.
When Spain fell into Moorish hands, Azuaga underwent a period of growth.
When classical Chinese poetry flowered during the Tang Dynasty, the Qieyun became the authoritative source for literary pronunciations and it repeatedly underwent revisions and enlargements, the most important of which was the Guangyun ( 1007 – 1008 ).
When classical Chinese poetry flowered during the Tang Dynasty, the Qieyun became the authoritative source for literary pronunciations and it repeatedly underwent revisions and enlargements ( see the link below ).
" When the Social Science Research Council and the American Council of Learned Societies, which had long served as the national nexus for raising and administering funds for area studies, underwent their first major restructuring in thirty years, closing down their area committees, scholars interpreted this as a massive signal about the changing research environment.
When the last Superliner II sleeping cars arrived on February 27, 1994, they were coupled into train formations and underwent test runs.
When the revolution broke out against Spain, Pinamalayan took up arms and underwent some government changes under the provisional Malolos government headed by Juan Medina in 1898.
When Deborah was five, she underwent surgery to remove a tumor in her urethra, a traumatic experience that involved a great deal of physical pain and shame.
When TEN-10 opened in 1965, it operated from newly built studio facilities at North Ryde, these were sold in the 1990s when the network underwent financial turmoil.
When the team underwent a rebrand in the 2006 – 07 season, a trout was included in Idaho's alternate.
When he underwent a series of nocturnal emissions in his early life, he was thereafter convinced of his damnation.
When two men entered into a feudal relationship, they underwent a ceremony known as commendation ceremony.
When Clementi underwent a major transformation beginning in 1975, Sussex Estate was the only pre-development feature that was retained.
When Sri Lanka became a republic in 1972 the station underwent yet another name change as the Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation ( SLBC ).
When asked why he underwent surgery, Weis stated he was afraid he would " drop dead " from obesity.

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