July 2020

Cabrera Faces Challenge To Join Elite .300/3,000/500 Club

July 31st, 2020 in Tigers By Dan Holmes

There will come a day when Miguel Cabrera will stand on a stage in the pastoral village of Cooperstown and accept a plaque that signifies his entry into the Baseball Hall of Fame. But what happens in the next 14 […]

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Detroit Tigers: Look for Matthew Boyd to bounce back in his second start

July 29th, 2020 in Tigers By Bob Heyrman

Matthew Boyd will take the bump tonight for the Detroit Tigers looking to avenge his first start of the season in Cincinnati. It wasn’t the start the Detroit Tigers had hoped from their ace to open the season.  Matthew Boyd […]

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Detroit Lions: Is the cornerback position now a strength of the defense?

July 29th, 2020 in Lions By Bob Heyrman

After signing Desmond Trufant and using the third overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft to select Jeff Okudah, is the cornerback position now a strength despite trading away All-Pro Darius Slay? The Detroit Lions traded away disgruntled All-Pro corner […]

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Detroit Lions: A retooled rushing attack the key to 2020 success

July 27th, 2020 in Lions By Bob Heyrman

The Detroit Lions elected to use three premium draft picks in the 2020 NFL draft on a running back, and a pair of guards as they look to boost their rushing attack.  How will these rookies impact the Lions offense? […]

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Detroit Tigers: C.J. Cron quickly becoming Al Avila’s top free agent signing

July 26th, 2020 in Tigers By Bob Heyrman

The Detroit Tigers started the regular season by taking two out of three from the Cincinnati Reds on the road behind a spectacular opening series from C.J. Cron.  Cron is quickly becoming Al Avila’s best signing since becoming the general […]

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Detroit Red Wings: Frans Nielsen proving to be another atrocious signing

July 25th, 2020 in Red Wings By Bob Heyrman

When the Detroit Red Wings signed forward Frans Nielsen, it seemed like a perfect signing.  Unfortunately, it’s been one of the worst free-agent signings in recent memory. The Detroit Red Wings had a glaring need entering the summer of 2016.  […]

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Detroit Lions: Matt Prater hopes to hydrate Motown with Bud Light

July 25th, 2020 in Lions By Bob Heyrman

Many will suggest the only suitable Bud Light is a free one.  In a new contest driven by the beer company, if Detroit Lions kicker Matt Prater out kicks Brandon McManus this season, everyone in the city receives a free […]

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Red Wings: Justin Abdelkader needs to be placed on waivers

July 24th, 2020 in Red Wings By Bob Heyrman

The Detroit Red Wings are coming off of a league-worst season, producing an atrocious 17-49-5 record.  It’s time to shed some dead weight before the start of the 2020-21 season. It’s been a terrible few seasons for the Detroit Red […]

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Detroit Pistons: Decisions to come regarding Derrick Rose’s future

July 21st, 2020 in Pistons By Bob Heyrman

Did the Detroit Pistons drop the ball by not trading a rejuvenated Derrick Rose leading up to the trade deadline?  Where do they go from here? Before the start of last season, Derrick Rose signed a two-year $15-million deal with […]

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Rusty Kuntz Anticipates 2020 Season With 1984 Tigers at Heart

July 20th, 2020 in Tigers By Dan Holmes

Most likely, Rusty Kuntz loves baseball more than you do. Which is why the former major league outfielder is itching to see the game back in action. The former Detroit outfielder is famous for his optimism, his smile, and his […]

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