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Tony Paul’s Comments on Marriage Equality Ruling

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By Jeff Moss
DetroitSportsRag@GMail.com
June 28, 2015

Earlier this morning on WXYZ’s Sports Cave with host Brad Galli, Detroit News baseball writer Tony Paul offered his very personal opinion regarding the Supreme Court’s recent marriage equality ruling.

Personal for him because Tony is gay.

I wouldn’t say that Tony “came out” in this monologue because it’s not like he has been living in Stan Marsh’s closet for the last few years. Tony’s family knew he was gay, his employer knew he was gay, the Tigers organization knew he was gay and anyone friends with him on Facebook could have figured it out in about two seconds.

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My Night at the Lions’ Town Hall

By Jeff Moss
DetroitSportsRag@GMail.com
April 1, 2015

It probably comes as no surprise to my readers that I didn’t attend my high school senior prom. My master plan of secretly obsessing over Lori Freeman beginning in eighth grade until a few weeks before the big dance while NEVER asking her out during those intermediate five years shockingly blew up in my face.

Lori caught wind that after nearly half a decade I was finally going to ask her out; instead of forthrightly turning me down, she decided not to show up for Mrs. Maza’s journalism class that afternoon.

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Terry Foster Is a Bumbling Imbecile — Part 342,310

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By Jeff Moss
DetroitSportsRag@GMail.com
March 27, 2015

You might have noticed that I haven’t posted anything about Mariachi’s Cantina recently. The only reason I had fun with this nightmare of an establishment is that Terry Foster claimed to have some sort stake in the place.

But since Foster hadn’t Tweeted or blogged about this disastrous entity since December 26th (Sergei Fedorov Five-Goal Day), I pretty much left the situation alone.

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Whiplash II — The Joe Nathan Saga

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By Jeff Moss
DetroitSportsRag@GMail.com
March 27, 2015

It was announced yesterday that Michigan native and Detroit Tigers fan J.K. Simmons would be throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at Comerica Park on Opening Day a week from Monday.

Simmons, of course, is best known for his portrayal of a psychotic music professor in the film Whiplash – a performance which garnered the Farmers Insurance pitchman an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor.

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Sorry, Madonna is Right

By Jeff Moss
DetroitSportsRag@GMail.com
March 24, 2015

Can we be honest here for a second? Imagine for a moment that money wasn’t an issue. That family concerns weren’t an obstacle. Let me ask you a question …..

Who the fuck would live in Detroit or Southeastern Michigan if there weren’t some umbilical cord keeping us tethered to this area?

If there were a draft of all the places one could live in the United States, not only would Detroit and the suburbs go unselected, nobody would touch this area as an undrafted free-agent. Shit, we wouldn’t even get practice squad or D-League heat.

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Terry Foster’s Final Days at the Detroit News

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By Jeff Moss
DetroitSportsRag@GMail.com
March 18, 2015

Last week the Detroit News successfully forced 39-year employee Tom Gage into retirement with a reported buyout package after stripping the Hall of Famer of his gig on the Tigers beat.

In what seemed to be a metaphorical parting shot regarding his departure, Gage’s final article was about the dwindling number of local bowling alleys.

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Further Evidence 97.1 Is Not a Sports Station

By Jeff Moss
DetroitSportsRag@GMail.com
March 15, 2015

I usually try to stay away from low-hanging fruit, “gotcha” moments for main page articles.  For example, I think it is beneath AwfulAnnouncing.com to post a blog when CBS mistakenly inverts a final score. It’s just a way to get cheap web clicks regarding a dumb goof while putting in zero thought.

Hell, I didn’t post anything on the DSR when this city’s #1-rated “sports” talk radio station posted the following on Facebook after Ndamukong Suh left the Lions for Miami as a FREE AGENT!!!!!

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Tom Gage Leaves the News While His Replacement is Still a Dummy

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By Jeff Moss
DetroitSportsRag@GMail.com
March 13, 2015

Last month, the DetroitSportsRag (the site you are currently reading) broke the story that the Detroit News was trying to force longtime Tigers beat writer Tom Gage into quitting the paper after 39 years of loyal employment.

The paper (led by publisher Jonathan Wolman and managing editor Gary Miles) was attempting to pressure Gage (get it?) into retirement by taking away his gig — and giving it to Chris “Officer Barbrady” McCosky —  and not even allowing Tom to write baseball-related articles.

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