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FSD celebrates 'April in the D' with life-sized bobbleheads

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DETROIT (WJBK) -

It's 'April in the D' over on FOX Sports Detroit.

To celebrate, the station is promoting its Tigers, Red Wings and Pistons coverage by placing life-sized bobbleheads of current and formers stars across downtown Detroit.

Miguel Cabrera and Justin Verlander can be seen hanging out inside the lobby of the Renaissance Center. Greg Monroe and Brandon Knight are over at the Rosa Parks Transit Center, and Nicklas Lidstrom and Kris Draper are outside on the riverfront and Grand Circus Park.

Online: www.foxsportsdetroit.com

Also, is it just us, or does the Verlander bobblehead sort of resemble Tigers catch Alex Avila instead? Vote in our poll to the right!


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