Felger & Mazz: March 25, 2013
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Felger and Massarotti kicked off the week discussing all four teams. First, the Boston Red Sox open a week from today. Is Jackie Bradley Jr. making the major league club? Should the fans be worried Ellsbury’s recent injury? In Boston Bruins news, was it overdue for Claude Julien to mix the lines up? Will Peter Chiarelli try to mix things up with the approaching deadline? The guys also talked about the New England Patriots. This weekend the Patriots resigned offensive tackle Sebastian Vollmer. How would you grade the Patriots off-season? The Boston Celtics are expecting to be without Kevin Garnett for at least 2 weeks with an ankle injury. How important is it for the Celtics to manage their playoff seeding?
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz talked about the New England Patriots and their off-season. What has been the Patriots best move this off-season? Have they properly address their needs? The guys also discussed the future of Jackie Bradley Jr.. Has Bradley Jr. earned a spot on the major league roster?
During Hour 3 of Fegler and Massarotti, John Henry thinks Larry Luchino should be in the Hall of Fame and baseball writers have admitted to him they make stuff up. Did Boston Red Sox owner John Henry publicly out Tony Massarotti for making stuff up on the radio? Mazz defends himself and says that Henry wasn’t talking about him. Does Jackie Bradley Jr. need more at bats at the Minor League level before joining the Major League roster? Also, should the Boston Bruins be pursuing Calgary Flames forward Jarome Iginla?
In the fourth and final hour, the guys continued to cover all topics covered today. Why did the Patriots let Wes Welker walk? Should Jackie Bradley Jr. be on the Boston Red Sox Opening Day roster? What would the Bruins have to give up for a player like Jarome Iginla? Also, it’s the Final Word with Marc Bertrand.