It's Time to Buy and Make a Huge Offer on Sale

By Jeff Moss
DetroitSportsRag@GMail.com
July 27, 2016

For the last couple of years, you could make a comparison that Detroit Tigers’ fans are comparable to the Boy Who Cried Wolf. Every year around the trade deadline you hear the same familiar refrain ….

 

The window is closing and we have to go all-in NOW before it’s too late and this era of Cy Youngs, MVPs, Triple-Crown winners, ERA leaders and extremely advantageous AL Central payrolls tragically ends without a World Series title.

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DSR Podcast -- July 26, 2016

 

 

On this week’s DSR Podcast, I ranted about the Tigers continued lack of urgency and Lynn Henning’s latest “50 Shades of Grey” article about Dave Dombrowski.

 

Also, Gregg Henson came on to discuss the death of Detroit Sports 105.1 and Anthony Ciatti and Prashanth Iyer joined me for the last hour for a funereal roundtable on the Red Wings.

 

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Mondays with Moss

 

By Jeff Moss
DetroitSportsRag@GMail.com
July 25, 2016

 

On my weekly appearance with Ryan Schuiling on 92.1FM in Lansing, I discussed the aftermath of our “appearance” on the Howard Stern Show, why I yelled “Hit Em With the Hein” in the first place a few weeks ago and the ongoing disaster that is the Detroit Tigers and their incompetent manager Brad Ausmus.

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Hit 'Em With the Heeeeeeeiiiiiiiiiiinnnnnnn!!!

 

From the first moment I accidentally tuned into the Howard Stern’s “Channel 9” show on WOR-TV while bored on a Saturday evening back in 1990, I was hooked on the “King of All Media” drug.

 

I was attempting to find scrambled porn on HBO or Cinemax while everyone else was asleep in our family’s Miami area condo and pure happenstance led me to the next best thing.

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DSR Podcast with Special Guest Sean Baligian -- July 19, 2016

 

By Jeff Moss
DetroitSportsRag@GMail.com
July 20, 2016

 

On this week’s DSR Podcast, we spent two hours commercial free discussing the current climate of Detroit sports radio with Sean Baligian. In the middle of the show we found out via a text message the real reason Sean lost his gig at Detroit Sports 105.1.

 

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Audio of Bizarre Lou Whitaker Interview with MLB Radio Network

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By DSR Staff
DetroitSportsRag@Gmail.com
January 5, 2014

On Friday afternoon, Hall of Fame-worthy former Tigers second baseman Lou Whitaker joined Jeff Joyce and Jim Bowden on MLB Radio Network’s Inside Pitch for an interview.

The short session was extremely awkward. The pair quizzed “Sweet Lou” about his former teammate, Hall of Fame-eligible pitcher Jack Morris.

Whitaker started off by stating that Morris “probably” should gain entrance into Cooperstown. Whitaker then labeled Morris a “stud” before strangely comparing the Tigers’ former ace to Jimmy Key of the Toronto Blue Jays.

When the duo asked another Morris-related question, Whitaker appeared to let the world in on his true opinion of Morris’ ability …..

“Wow, you going to Lou Whitaker’s mind now ..uh … yeah .. trying to get in my head, huh? Trying to be the best? Jack Morris was no better than … Alan Trammell .. Lou Whitaker … uh .. if we didn’t make the plays and if we didn’t come up with the big hits Jack Morris wouldn’t be where he was or is.”

When Joyce and Bowden decided this interview was going nowhere, they started to say goodbye to Lou, which elicited this reaction from the second baseman …..

“You don’t have too much conversation going on here do you … hmmm.”

Wow. We have heard the Iron Sheik and Beetlejuice give more lucid interviews. We aren’t sure why Bowden and Joyce let Lou off the line, as this could have been radio gold.

Anyway, if you want to hear the craziness for yourself, you can click on the following link. Just hit play.

He’s Sweet Lou
He’s as bad as can
And he knows
He’s the best

[Thanks go out to DSR reader Travis Perdue, also known as Fryman IUPUI, for providing us with the audio.]

You can also get the audio by clicking here:

Lou Whitaker’s Bizarre Interview

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