ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) - Reggie Bush says the Detroit Lions have what it takes to win the Super Bowl. Bush was quick to add a lot of work has to be done before his new team can reach that lofty goal. He says developing chemistry with quarterback Matthew Stafford during Tuesday's workout was another step in the right direction. The Lions have made some big moves - including signing Bush to a four-year deal - and some subtle ones to reshape their roster in the hopes of bouncing back from a four-win season that ended with an eight-game losing streak. Detroit signed two veteran guards, Leroy Harris and Jake Scott. And the Lions brought in Micheal Spurlock to add depth at receiver and on special teams.
DETROIT (AP) - Prince Fielder homered and drove in four runs, and the Detroit Tigers handed Tampa Bay's Matt Moore his first loss of the year with a 10-1 rout Tuesday night. Fielder also hit a two-run single that capped a four-run second inning for the Tigers. Moore (8-1) got only six outs while allowing six runs, seven hits and six walks. He was pitching on three days' rest after his previous start in Cleveland was limited to one inning because of rain. Anibal Sanchez (6-5) allowed a run and four hits in seven innings. He struck out nine with one walk. Omar Infante homered and had three RBIs for Detroit, which won for the second time in seven games. It was Tampa Bay's second loss in nine.
DETROIT (AP) - Simon Pagenaud won the crash-filled Detroit Grand Prix on Sunday for his first IndyCar victory. The Frenchman finished 5.6 seconds in front of James Jakes in the second of two races on the 2.36-mile Belle Isle street course. The reigning IndyCar Rookie of the Year hadn't finished better than second. Mike Conway, who won Saturday's race with just three cautions, finished third. Scott Dixon was fourth, followed by Dario Franchitti and Marco Andretti, who pulled into a tie with Helio Castroneves for the IndyCar points lead. AJ Allmendinger was in a pack of cars when he hit a wall on the opening lap, triggering the first of six cautions that stunted about the first half of the race.
PICTURED: Mike Conway-submitted by Robert Benko
BALTIMORE (AP) - Chris Davis hit his major league-leading 20th homer to ignite a three-run seventh inning, and the Baltimore Orioles got a strong pitching performance from rookie Kevin Gausman in a 4-2 comeback victory over the Detroit Tigers on Sunday. Nate McLouth drove in the go-ahead run for the Orioles, who took two of three from Detroit. Baltimore also rallied on Friday after trailing by two runs in the ninth. Prince Fielder homered and scored both runs for the Tigers, who have lost five of six. Rick Porcello (2-3) absorbed his first loss in seven starts since April 20. Brian Matusz (2-0) got the win despite giving up a run in the seventh, Darren O'Day worked the eighth and Jim Johnson got three outs for his 18th save.