Tony Massarotti opened up the Baseball Reporters discussing Hanley Ramirez as a designated hitter. Mazz also got into the MLB All-Star game and the voting process. Finally, Mazz looks ahead to the Red Sox upcoming series with the Miami Marlins and the New York Yankees.
In the fourth and final Hour, Felger and Mazz got back into the Boston Celtics acquisition of David Lee. Mike and Tony also got back into the Red Sox lineup adjustments and the U.S. Women’s World Cup win. Finally, it’s the Final Word with Jim Murray.
During Hour 3 of a Re-Entry Tuesday, Felger and Massarotti go to the phones and take calls on everything they’ve discussed today. Mike and tony also discussed the Boston Red Sox lineup in tonight’s game against the Miami Marlins.
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz continued to talks some Red Sox and the Clay Buchholz. Should the Sox sell high on Buchholz? Mike and Tony also discussed the U.S. Women’s World Cup soccer win over Japan on Sunday.
Felger and Massarotti kicked off the day discussing the Boston Red Sox and their recent run of series wins. Are the Red Sox turning a corner? With the MLB Trade Deadline approaching, will the Red Sox be buyers or sellers? Finally, the guys discussed the Boston Celtics acquisition of David Lee from the Golden State Warriors.
CBS Sports baseball insider Jon Heyman joined Jones, Keefe and Dan Shaughnessy to talk about all things MLB this week. Heyman shared his view on the state of the Red Sox as they head into a critical stretch, as well as touching on his views of the All-Star Game after the rosters were unveiled Monday night.
Dan Shaughnessy of the Boston Globe joined Jones and Keefe in studio to talk about the Red Sox. He gave his thoughts on Brock holt being votedin as an All-Star as well as the team's playoff chances as they head into an important stretch of games before the break.
Jones and Keefe talk about John Farrell's recent decision to put David Ortiz at firstbase. They discuss whether Ortiz should see more time in the field with a struggling Mike Napoli not hitting his weight and with defensive liability Hanley Ramirez better off being a DH
Jones and Keefe filled in for Zo and Bertrand on Tuesday, and opened the show discussing Brock Holt being voted in as an All-Star reserve. Jones and Keefe discuss whether or not he deserved to be taking part in the Mid-Summer Classic
Pete Abraham joined the show to discuss Xander Bogaerts not making the All-Star Game, David Ortiz's capabilities at first base, and the overall state of the Red Sox in the final week before the All-Star break.
Shawn Hutcheon from the Fourth Period called in to talk about the Bruins off-season with Joe Murray (in for Adam Jones). The guys discussed the team’s recent contract extensions, possible line combinations, and more.
Joe Murray and Matt McCarthy (in for Jones and Keefe) discussed the news that Brock Holt was the lone Red Sox player selected as a reserve for the American League. Joe thinks the selection is a joke, and makes the MLB All-Star game look like a bigger joke than it already is.
Tonight on the Baseball Reporters, Adam Jones discussed the Boston Red Sox weekend series with the Houston Astros. Are the Red Sox turning a corner? Sean McAdam, of CSNNE.com, joined Jones to talk about the state of the Red Sox and David Ortiz the first baseman, and the MLB Trade Deadline.
In the fourth and final Hour, Adam Jones and Jim Murray continued to discuss the Red Sox and some trade rumors. Should the Red Sox sell high on Clay Buchholz? Jones and Murray also got into the MLB All-Star game. Do fans even care about the All-Star game anymore? To wrap up the day, it’s the Final Word with Mike Riley.
In Hour 2, Jones and Murray continued to talk about the Red Sox and the MLB Trade Deadline. Adam and Jim also discussed the latest in NBA free agency. To wrap up the hour, the guys talked about Jason Pierre-Paul’s firecracker accident over the weekend.
Adam Jones and Jim Murray kicked off the day discussing the Boston Re d Sox. Are fans buying into the Red Sox recent stretch of games? Also, should the Red Sox move Clay Buchholz while his stock is high? Finally, the guys broke down the U.S. Women’s World Cup win over Japan last night.
The US Women's National Team just won the World Cup yesterday and had a great TV rating of 15.2. Bertrand and Keefe discuss the entertainment value of the women's World Cup and if they could fully get behind the sport.
With Rich Keefe filling in for Scott Zolak, Keefer Madness gets brought to the midday show. Listen to the madness that occured over the fourth of July weekend with Giants' defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul
With Mike Napoli's recent struggles, both hitting and in the field, David Ortiz will be playing first base for the next game. Should Ortiz be willing to play first base, which would allow more flexibility with the DH spot?
Bruins new GM Don Sweeney made a few moves this offseason as he tries to help bring the Bruins back to the playoffs. Listen to Bertrand and Keefe react to the new general manager's recent offseason activity.
From not knowing the number of outs, to staying in the batter's box after ball four, the Red Sox mental lapses continue to occur. Listen in as Bertrand and Keefe discuss the numerous mental lapses over this weekend alone.
Red Sox pitcher Clay Buchholz has been pitching very well throughout the last few weeks. Bertrand and Keefe debate whether or not Buchholz should be traded when his stock is at its highest this season.
With the recent success of the Red Sox, the attitude about the team's postseason chances seem to be getting a lot more positive. Is this stretch of success just a fluke, or do the Red Sox really have a shot at playing postseason baseball?
Tony Massarotti kicked off the Baseball Reporters discussing the Boston Red Sox and the team’s approach at this year’s MLB Trade Deadline. Tom Gage, of FOX Sports-Detroit, joined Tony Mazz to breakdown the performances of pitcher Rick Porcello.
In the fourth and final Hour of an Agenda Free Thursday, Felger and Mazz took calls on the Celtics and Bruins off-seasons. To wrap up the week, we hear from Squeaky Mazz and Mad Mike in the Final Word with Jim Murray.
It’s an Agenda Free Thursday on the Felger and Massarotti Show today! The guys discussed and took calls on the Boston Celtics and Boston Bruins off-seasons, Rick Porcello’s performance yesterday, and Japan’s win over England in the Women’s World Cup semi-final.
Kurt Helin of ProBasketballTalk discusses the first day of NBA free agency with Jones and Keefe, who are filling in for Zolak and Bertrand. Do you think that the Celtics signings are enough to improve the team, or should the Celtics have been more aggressive to try and recruit the top talent on the market?
With the first day of NBA free agency in the books, Jones and Keefe take a look at the trio of signings made by the Celtics. They also broke down some of the moves around the NBA , including some players the Celtics were rumored to be in on