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Blaze remembers his first Detroit Tigers game

Detroit’s Metro Times caught up with several Detroit “rock stars” to ask them their favorite memories of the Detroit Tigers.  Guess who one of their responses came from?  Blaze ya Dead Homie, that’s who!  Here’s an excerpt from the article:



Blaze Ya Dead Homie (Psychopathic Records artist)

The year was 1984, the place Michigan Avenue and Trumbull Street, aka Tiger Stadium, the event was my first ever live MLB game. The song “Bless You Boys” was blasting on all the radio stations and the name was plastered on every T-shirt. I even had one myself. We arrived early to check out batting practice. All my favorites of the time were there. I saw Gibson, Whitaker, Trammell, Lemon and Parrish all taking swings. I scrambled for the ones clearing the fence. Everyone brought a glove even if you were in the upper deck, because chances were that the ball would get out that way. My father and grandfather introduced me to the game, and I’ve been hooked ever since.

If you’re interested, you can see what other Detroit area recording artists had to say by clicking right here!




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    Faygoluvers Comments

  1. Carnivalkilla44

    Comment posted on Friday, April 6th, 2012 11:17 am GMT -5 at 11:17 am

    That’s dope, I live for MLB (and PSY). Parish was nasty, back in the day. Myself is getting ready for the first NYY game of the 2012 season. Today 3:10 ninjas!

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