Tony Massarotti kicked off the Baseball Reporters discussing the Boston Red Sox weekend sweep of the New York Yankees. Mazz talked about David Price’s performance last night and the decision making of manager John Farrell. Finally, Tony previewed the Red Sox upcoming series against the White Sox in Chicago.
During Hour 3 of a Re-Entry Monday, Felger and Massarotti discussed the performance of Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell after the first month of the season. Mike and Tony also continued to talk about the New England Patriots weekend at the NFL Draft. Finally, the guys discussed the future of David Ortiz.
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz continued to break down the Patriots picks at this weekend’s NFL Draft. Mike and Tony also discussed John Farrell’s decision making in last night’s Red Sox win over the Yankees.
Felger and Massarotti kicked off the week discussing the Boston Red Sox, John Farrell’s decision making, and their weekend sweep of the New York Yankees. Mike and Tony also got into the New England Patriots, the NFL Draft, and the success of the Felger & Mazz Big Board. Finally, the guys replayed Mad Mike and Squeaky Mazz from Friday.
Bob Socci and Scott Zolak are reunited to discuss the Patriots' 2016 draft class, with Zo giving his thoughts on receiver Malcolm Mitchell and the growing competition along the New England offensive line.
The Patriots did not have a pick in this year's draft until late in the second round, but still managed to add plenty of depth, including in the secondary with Cyrus Jones out of Alabama, and in a somewhat surprising move, adding a quarterback in Jacoby Brissett out of NC State. Zolak and Bertrand take a look at the draft board and examine how the Patriots did in the 2016 NFL Draft.
In an early season development that nobody saw coming, Red Sox starting pitcher Rick Porcello has become a bright spot in the rotation, winning each of his first 5 starts and becoming a solid complement to staff ace David Price. Zo and Bertrand break down what has gone right for Rick Porcello in the early going of the season.
On this hour of Toucher & Rich, the guys play Know Your Armpits of America, Jeff Howe talks Patriots and NFL Draft, and the guys discuss a Patriots draft pick who improved his reading in college and joined a book club with a group of middle-aged women.
In one of the more notable games in recent Red Sox-Yankees lore, the Sox battled back for an 8-7 win over the Bronx Bombers. David Price was not at his best, but showed plenty of grit in tough spots to improve to 4-0 on the year, moving the Sox into sole possesion of first place in the A.L. East. Zo and Bertrand start off a Monday excited about the Sox!
Over the weekend, Robert Kraft continued to reiterate the Patriots' stance on Tom Brady as he continues to fight the punishment in the DeflateGate case. There has been plenty of back and forth from both sides- Kraft and commissioner Roger Goodell have both spoken out in recent days, so Zo and Bertrand attempt to draw a link between both sides and continue to examine what, if any, communication has gone on between Kraft and the league.
Scott Zolak reveals during our draft show on Saturday that he has learned that Roger Goodell was less than truthful when he told CBS This Morning earlier in the week that he has discussed the Tom Brady decision with Robert and Jonathan Kraft.
Patriots Select Defensive Back Cyrus Jones with 60th Pick
Jones and Keefe react to the Patriots selecting Alabama defensive back Cyrus Jones with the 60th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. The guys also did some digging and discussed the domestic violence charges against Jones that were dropped back in 2015.
Boston Globe NFL and Patriots writer Ben Volin joined Jones and Keefe to help preview what the Pats could do with their 2 picks in the 2nd round of the 2016 NFL Draft. The guys also react to the selections made by the rest of the AFC East, and more.
Jones and Keefe opened Friday’s NFL Draft Show discussing what players the Patriots missed out on in round 1 on Thursday night. The guys also talked about areas the Patriots need to address with their four picks in rounds 2 and 3.
Tony Massarotti opened up the Baseball Reporters discussing last night’s Boston Red Sox loss to the Atlanta Brave and the performance of pitcher Clay Buchholz. Mazz also talked about the lack of buzz surrounding the Red Sox upcoming weekend series with the New York Yankees.
In the fourth and final Hour of an Agenda Free Friday, Felger and Mazz continued to take calls on the Celtics, the NFL Draft, and anything else that was discussed this week. To close out the week, we hear from Squeaky Mazz and Mad Mike in the Final Word with Jim Murray.
Chris Gasper, of the Boston Globe, joined Felger and Massarotti during Hour 3 and the guys got into the offseason plan of attack for the Boston Celtics. Mike, Tony, and Chris also discussed the NFL Draft and the latest in Tom Brady’s suspension.
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz continued to discuss last night’s Celtics loss and their offseason plans. If the Kevin Durant is Plan A, what is Plan B? Mike and Tony also discussed the NFL Draft, John Elway, and the Denver Broncos.
Felger, Massarotti, and Jim Murray shared their opening thoughts on an Agenda Free Friday before getting into last night’s Boston Celtics loss to the Atlanta Hawks. The guys also discussed last night’s Boston Red Sox loss and the performance of Clay Buchholz. It’s the final day of the Felger and Mazz big board and highlighter throws. This round: Linebackers and Tight Ends.
0:00- Celtics Eliminated from Playoffs 10:25- Tunsil Falls in Draft 18:11- Another Rough Outing for Buchholz 28:23- Why Your Team is Stupid: Draft Edition 37:05- Read and React 46:21- Sounds of Thursday 58:24- Will Patriots Draft a "Belichick Guy"?
We all know that Patriots head coach Bill Belichick implores certain allegiances and connections when figuring out who to draft each year, but can the amateur draft enthusiast figure out who the Patriots will draft based on connections from Belichick's past and present?
Zolak and Bertrand take a look at why the Denver Broncos were less than astute when they traded up to select quarterback Paxton Lynch in the first round of the NFL Draft, in this special draft edition of "Why Your Team is Stupid".
Clay Buchholz was beaten up by perhaps the worst offense in all of baseball last night, surrendering 5 runs in 6 and 1/3 innings to the Atlanta Braves. Buchholz remains winless on the season and continues to test the patience of Zolak and Bertrand and Red Sox fans everywhere.
Laremy Tunsil Falls in Draft After "Social Media Hack"
Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil was expected to go in the top-5 of the NFL Draft on Thursday night, but just prior to the first pick, a video of him supposedly smoking marijuana was tweeted from his account. He then fell to number 13 and was selected by the Miami Dolphins. Zolak and Bertrand react to the trouble surrounding this soon-to-be rookie tackle.
On this hour of Toucher & Rich, Celtics play-by-play man Sean Grande talks C's, the guys discuss their thoughts going back to Ole Miss getting top prospects on National Signing Day, and then they run through The Stack.
The Celtics made strides this season, vastly improving from last year, and entered the playoffs as the 5-seed. However, they were unable to make a long run in the playoffs, as they were eliminated by the Atlanta Hawks in Game 6 on Thursday night. Was this truly a remarkable and unexpected run by the Celtics? Zo and Bertrand debate.
On this hour of Toucher & Rich, the guys discuss the Red Sox' unnecessary Grateful Dead Night, Gary Washburn from The Boston Globe talks Celtics, and the guys discuss what the Celtics can do in the draft and free agency to improve for next season.
In this old clip from early February, Fred Toucher expressed skepticism about how Ole Miss was able to recruit so many top players. Now that we know Ole Miss was paying Laremy Tunsil, it certainly seems spot-on.
During Hour 3 of Felger and Massarotti, Mike and Tony continued to preview tonight’s Game 6 between the Boston Celtics and Atlanta Hawks. The guys also got back into the start of the NFL Draft and tossed some more highlighters. This round: Wide Receivers.
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz got into the start of the NFL Draft and the New England Patriots history with first round picks versus second round picks. Mike and Tony also discussed NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and the power that he holds. Finally, the guys grab the highlighters and the big board again. This round: Safeties and Cornerbacks.
Felger and Massarotti kicked off the show previewing Game 6 tonight between the Boston Celtics and Atlanta Hawks. It’s Day 3 of the Felger and Mazz NFL Draft big board and highlighter throws. This round: Defensive Ends.
Celtics head coach Brad Stevens joins Zo, Bertrand and Dan Shaughnessy of The Boston Globe to preview Game 6 and give an injury update to Isaiah Thomas, as well as address the criticism he has faced for leaving the point guard in the game during the the blowout loss.
Hall-of-fame pitcher Tom Glavine spent much of his major league career with the Braves, where fellow Hall-of-famer Greg Maddux was a teammate. As great a pitcher as Maddux was, his locker room pranks were even greater. Listen to some of the best stories about Maddux's hijinks.