About the Author

Bob Heyrman

Bob's writing is comparable to the third starter in a rotation. Sometimes he throws junk that finds the barrel of the bat and gets smacked over the fence, but the odd time he can toss a complete game shutout. Bob is an avid lifelong Detroit sports fan. Bob loves the city and can often be found downtown taking in a sporting event or a cold beverage at a local watering hole.

Michigan Football Setting The Pace, Cashing In On Name And Likeness

July 19, 2021 | By: Bob Heyrman

The University of Michigan looks to set the pace as their athletes cash in on the new name, image, and likeness agreement. It’s one of those agreements that has been long overdue, but finally, college athletes will be able to earn money on their name and likeness. Michigan football is the first to sign a […]

Detroit Tigers: Judgement Day Is Coming For Jonathan Schoop

July 19, 2021 | By: Bob Heyrman

Judgment day is coming for Jonathan Schoop and the Detroit Tigers. The Detroit Tigers have a big decision regarding infielder Jonathan Schoop as the July 30th MLB Trade Deadline looms. Schoop has been Detroit’s top offensive threat over the past two seasons but is in the midst of another one-year deal. That may change this […]

Jakub Vrana Is A Steal For Steve Yzerman And The Detroit Red Wings

July 5, 2021 | By: Bob Heyrman

Detroit Red Wings general manager (GM) Steve Yzerman landed Jakub Vrana in a blockbuster deal that sent Anthony Mantha to the Washington Capitals. As it stands now, the Red Wings may have fleeced the Capitals. In addition to Vrana, the Red Wings acquired veteran forward Richard Panik, a fourth-line winger, plus a first-round pick (23rd […]

Justin Verlander Is Open To A Reunion With The Detroit Tigers

June 29, 2021 | By: Bob Heyrman

Future Hall Of Fame starting pitcher Justin Verlander confirms that he’s open to a reunion with the Detroit Tigers. The long-time former Detroit Tigers starter had been that final move in 2017 that signified a wholesale reboot. Although many fans understood the organization had already entered the rebuild stage, trading Verlander to Houston just further […]

Cade Cunningham Is A Perfect Fit For the Detroit Pistons

June 24, 2021 | By: Bob Heyrman

The Detroit Pistons won the NBA Draft Lottery and now win the right to draft a franchise-altering talent in Cade Cunningham. You may argue that Cunningham is a perfect fit for any team. While you are correct, superstar or not, some players fit in specific situations better than others. Entering Tuesday’s NBA Lottery, three NBA […]

Detroit Tigers: Matt Manning Very Impressive During MLB Debut

June 19, 2021 | By: Bob Heyrman

Detroit Tigers pitching prospect dazzles in his Major League baseball debut Thursday night in Anaheim. The organization needed Matt Manning to make a spot start, and the lanky right-hander did not disappoint. Manning certainly did not earn the call-up with how he’s pitched this season in Triple-A Toledo with the Mud Hens. The 23-year old […]

Detroit Lions: Dan Campbell’s Personality Is A Breath Of Fresh Air

June 16, 2021 | By: Bob Heyrman

Detroit Lions head coach Dan Campbell’s personality is a welcomed sight in Allen Park. Campbell is the exact opposite to former head coach Matt Patricia, and we all know how that story ended. Patricia didn’t even have a chance to unpack his belongings after landing in Detroit, yet he instructed personnel to remove any extracurricular […]

Red Wings: Predicting Who Is Protected Before The NHL Expansion Draft

June 3, 2021 | By: Bob Heyrman

It will be a hectic summer for the Detroit Red Wings and, more particularly, General Manager Steve Yzerman. In addition to the NHL Draft and free agency, the latest NHL expansion draft will take place on June 21st, leaving us to question who the Seattle Kraken may target from Detroit. The Detroit Red Wings will […]