The Wolverines landed three commits on Sunday, including a pair of four-star prospects that pushed their 2019 recruiting class into the top 10 nationally.
Boys in Blue solidly in second with regular-season conference final ahead Friday against rival Detroit City FC.
Tigers shortstop Jose Iglesias and outfielder Leonys Martin, both born in Cuba, will take the oath of allegiance to the United States in a ceremony before the game.
The A's will be Jackson's 13 Major League team, tying a record set by Octavio Dotel, who finished his career with the Tigers in 2012-13.
This is the fifth in an ongoing survey grading the Lions roster. Up today are Ezekiel Ansah and his fellow pass rushers.
The 6-foot-3, 290-pound Smith gave his verbal commitment on Sunday night.
Club needed to alleviate a logjam of defensemen in Grand Rapids.
Zach Charbonnet, a four-star running back from California, gave his verbal word to the Wolverines on Sunday.
Mathis announced on Sunday that he is flipping his verbal commitment from Michigan State to Ohio State.
After placing second in a "dash for the cash" race during the AMA All-Stars National Flat Track Series event, Jailyn Norris said Parker Norris "got tangled up with the rider in front of him, high sided hard and then got ran over."
The Tigers (36-42) have lost five in a row, a span in which they've been outscored 40-11 by the league's two Ohio-based teams -- the Indians and Cincinnati Reds.
The three draftees were the most WMU has produced in coach Andy Murray's eight years with the Broncos.
All announced his verbal commitment to the Wolverines Sunday morning on Twitter.
Rochester Hills resident announces decision on Twitter "after doing some soul searching."
He'll be bought out of the final year of his contract if he clears waivers.