Tonight in the Game of Jones the guys play over/under. A few of the topics they cover are
1. Sox Payroll in 2017
2. Regular season wins for Porcello, Price and Sale
3. Combined playoff wins for Porcello, Price and sale
4. Goals for David Pastrnak
5. Seed the Celtics will take in the Eastern Conference playoffs
Evan Drellich of the Boston Herald joined Jones and they discussed the big day of trades for the Boston Red Sox. They also talk about David Ortiz possibly coming out of retirement after a tweet he sent out.
Jones opens up his show talking about the big news of the Red Sox trading for Chris Sale. Although he likes the trade he questions whether the Sox have given up to many prospects in deal for major league players over the last year.
During Hour 3 of Felger and Massarotti, the guys continued to discuss the Boston Red Sox acquisition of Chicago White Sox pitcher Chris Sale. How does this move affect the Red Sox farm system? Finally, the guys took a quick breather to discuss the Boston Celtics and last night’s loss to the Houston Rockets.
At the time of the 2013 Boston Marathon, Rich Shertenlieb lived just steps away from where the second bomb went off. So when he saw a screening of the new film "Patriots Day," his reaction was emotional. Rich shared his thoughts on the film during Tuesday's show.
Felger and Massarotti kicked off the show discussing the Boston Red Sox acquisition of Chicago White Sox pitcher Chris Sale. The Red Sox sent Yoan Moncada, Michael Kopech, and two other minor league prospects to the White Sox for Sale.
Zo and Hardy react to the breaking news of the day, as the Red Sox make a huge splash to acquire ace left-handed pitcher Chris Sale from the White Sox in exchange for Yoan Moncada, Michael Kopech and two other prospects.
Shaughnessy Says Patriots Will Still Be In Super Bowl
Despite a rash of injuries, including the loss of top playmaker Rob Gronkowski, Dan Shaughnessy is still confident that the Patriots will be in Houston come February for Super Bowl XLI. Shaughnessy tells Zo and Hardy why New England is still the class of the AFC.
The Red Sox and their management gave an early Christmas present to manager John Farrell by extending the skipper's contract through the 2018 season. Zo, Hardy and Dan Shaughnessy share their thoughts on the added job security for Farrell.
The Sox made headlines earlier Tuesday by dealing third baseman Travis Shaw and minor leaguers for bullpen help in the name of Tyler Thornburg from the Milwaukee Brewers. Dan Shaughnessy of The Boston Globe joined Zo and Hardy in studio as the MLB's winter meetings are underway in Maryland.
In a pair of games that had differing results, the home teams treated us to an exciting night of sports on Monday. The Bruins won over the Florida Panthers on a David Pastrnak goal in overtime, extending their winning streak to three games. Meanwhile in Houston, Al Horford was unable to put in a layup as time expired and the C's fell to the Rockets. Zo and Hardy react to an eventful night in Boston sports.
In the fourth and final Hour, Felger and Mazz continued to discuss and take calls on yesterday’s Patriots win over the Rams and Tom Brady’s legacy. To close out the show, it’s the Final Word with Jim Murray.
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz continued to discuss Brady’s legacy. Mike and Tony also got into yesterday’s Patriots 26-10 win over the Los Angeles Rams. To wrap up the hour, Felger and Massarotti talked about Cam Newton’s dress code violation.
Felger and Massarotti opened up the show discussing Tom Brady’s legacy and his record-setting 201st career victory yesterday. Finally, the guys talked about the importance of the New England Patriots 2001 Super Bowl victory.
Zolak and Bertrand react to a giant piece of history made on Sunday. It was the 201st win of Tom Brady's illustrious career, further cementing his spot atop the list of greatest quarterbacks in NFL history.
It was more bad than stupid, but we combed through the game broadcast and found some reasons that the losing team was less than smart with their game execution in this edition of Why the Rams Were Stupid.
Some Good, Some Bad to Take from Pats Win Over Rams
Zolak and Bertrand begin Monday's show with their thoughts on the Patriots relatively easy dismantling of the Los Angeles Rams in Foxboro. While there is plenty of good to take away from quarterback Tom Brady's 201st career victory to put him on the top of the all-time list of quarterback wins, some with a critical eye were able to see things that the Pats could improve on.
Boomer Esiason Looks Ahead To Patriots-Ravens; Blasts New York Daily News Writer
Boomer Esiason of WFAN and CBS' The NFL Today joined Toucher & Rich to look ahead to next Monday's Patriots-Ravens game, discuss the loss of Rob Gronkowski, and blast New York Daily News writer Manish Mehta on his recent report about Darrelle Revis.
Can you believe it’s already Week 13? There are only two teams off this week, the Tennessee Titans and Cleveland Browns have the final byes of the season.
For many of you this is may be a crucial make-or-break week, so you might be wondering whether your key players taking the field at less than 100 percent can still produce big numbers. Mike and Tucker will touch on that, the Falcons/Chiefs and Seahawks/Panthers match ups, and what to do with Lamar Miller. While there aren’t a lot of options on the wire this week, they’ll give you some names to look for. And if you play daily fantasy, Mike has some picks, rankings, tips, and advice for you this week
Adam Jones opens up going over the detailed statement that the New England Patriots released alongside the Gronkowski family regarding Rob Gronkowski. Jones gives a very strong opinion on the Patriots Super Bowl hopes after the loss of Gronk.
In the fourth and final Hour of an Agenda Free Friday, Felger and Mazz rest and continued to take calls on all the topics from the week. To close out the week, we hear from Squeaky Mazz and Mad Mike in the Final Word with Jim Murray.
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz discussed Hall of Fame voting in Major League Baseball. Bob Socci, the radio voice of the New England Patriots, joined Mike and Tony to talk about Rob Gronkowski’s back surgery and Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Rams. Finally, the guys talked about the historical impact of the 2001 Patriots.