Boston Herald Red Sox beat writer Jason Mastrodonato joined the Adam Jones show to discuss another rough week for the Red Sox, what changes could be coming for the team, and where the blame lies in their inconsistent season.
Adam Jones opened Wednesday’s show discussing the Red Sox latest struggles, and whether it’s time for the Sox to switch up more than just the lineup. Plus the guys discuss David Ortiz’s diminishing production at the plate.
Tony Massarotti kicked off the Baseball Reporters talking about the struggling Boston Red Sox. Mazz discussed the Red Sox getting swept by the Minnesota Twins and the other issues with the team. Sean McAdam, of CSNNE.com, joined Tony to talk about the state of the Red Sox.
In the fourth and final Hour, Felger and Mazz talked about what’s wrong with the Red Sox and what they need to do to shake things up. Can this season be saved? To wrap up the day, it’s the Final Word with Jim Murray.
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz continued to talk about LeBron James and spot in NBA history. Mike and Tony also discussed comments made by Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell about doctoring the baseball. Finally, the guys talked about the Red Sox sweep by the Minnesota Twins.
Baseball All Of A Sudden Cracking Down On Foreign Substances
Zolak & Bertrand talk to Sean McAdam about how Major League Baseball recently suspended two pitchers for using foreign substances. Is this a reaction to DeflateGate? Sean McAdam says it could very well be.
Andy Baskin of CBS Cleveland called in to talk about the Cavaliers in the Finals and LeBron James. Toucher & Rich play some new Mike Francesa audio and then try to guess the 5 most marketable NFL players.
Adam Jones and Rich Keefe discuss LeBron James playing up his injuries during and after Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals over the weekend. The guys believe he’s doing this to set himself up with excuses when the Cavaliers lose in the NBA Finals.
For the first time as manager of the Red Sox John Farrell dropped David Ortiz in the lineup on Tuesday night. Adam Jones and Rich Keefe like that Farrell is finally tinkering with the lineup, but will it be enough to get the team going.
Does Tom Brady have an Obligation to his Teammates?
Adam Jones opened Tuesday’s show wondering whether Tom Brady has an obligation to his teammates to not let his appeal continue into the regular season. He’s known as a team player, but his quest to protect his legacy is going to become a major distraction for his teammates as this drags out.
Tony Massarotti kicked off the Baseball Reporters discussing the Boston Red Sox lineup adjustments for tonight’s game against the Minnesota Twins. Mazz also talked about Rusney Castillo’s debut weekend against the Los Angeles Angels.
During Hour 3 of Felger and Massarotti, the guys continued to have a little fun at LeBron James’ expense. Mike and Tony also got back into the Tom Brady’s appeal process. Finally, the guys discussed the NHL Playoffs, the Chicago Blackhawks series with the Anaheim Ducks, and Willie McGinest’s induction into the New England Patriots Hall of Fame.
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz got into the Boston Red Sox and their weekend series with the Los Angeles Angels. Mike and Tony also discussed Rusney Castillo’s weekend and a possible demotion for pitcher Joe Kelly. The guys also talked about post-game comments made by LeBron James after last night’s Game 3 win. To wrap up the hour, Felger and Massarotti replay Mad Mike from last Friday.
Felger and Massarotti opened the week discussing Tom Brady and the latest in his appeal process. Does Brady need to address the media? Finally, the guys replay Squeaky Mazz from last week’s Final Word.
It's been awhile since Scott Zolak and Marc Bertrand caught up with CBS Sports' Jon Heyman due to all the DeflateGate madness, and interestingly enough, the national discussion has sparked similar conversations within the game of baseball. Heyman explains.
Toucher & Rich talk to CBS Sports' Matt Moore about the NBA Playoffs. Jaromir Jagr says David Pastrnak will carry the torch for the Czech Republic once he's retired. A new website has ruined some of Rich's favorite restaurant establishments in Boston.
Toucher & Rich talked to a Patriots fan that was at the 'Free Tom Brady' rally on Sunday and then played audio from the gathering. The Boston Globe's Pete Abraham called in to talk some Red Sox. The Miami Marlins held an event for fans to meet players and not one player showed up. Vin Scully told a funny story about Jonny Gomes.
Jared Sullinger joins Adam Kaufman to discuss the past season, his conditioning issues, why he takes so many 3-point shots and much more. Adam also discusses the NBA Playoffs, Marcus Smart, and Sullinger's role with the team moving forward
Adam Jones and Rich Keefe discuss the Red Sox farm system’s lack of production in recent years, and react to a report that the Red Sox had planned to pass on Mike Trout no matter what if he fell to them in the 2009 MLB Draft.
The number one order of business for Don Sweeney is what to do with Claude Julien. After that, Adam Jones believes whether or not to move Milan Lucic will be the most important decision Sweeney has to make this off-season.
Adam Jones opened Friday’s show discussing the Red Sox decision to finally call up outfielder Rusney Castillo from Pawtucket. Castillo has hit at every level, and has dynamic power and speed potential. All this leads Jones to wonder why the Sox waited so long to bring up Castillo, after investing 72 million dollars in him last year.
Tony Massarotti opened up the Baseball Reporters discussing the Boston Red Sox upcoming weekend series with the Los Angeles Angels and the call-up of Rusney Castillo. Finally, Mazz and Jim Murray talked about the New York Yankees decision to retire the number of Bernie Williams.
In the fourth and final Hour, Chris Gasper stuck around with Felger and Mazz to take some calls on Defategate. To wrap up the week, we hear from Squeaky Mazz and Mad Mike in the Final Word with Jim Murray.