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.
During Hour 3 of Felger and Massarotti, Hardy continued to cover for Mike and Tony while the guys made their way back to the studios. Hardy went to the phones to hear from the people on an Agenda Free Friday. Felger and Mazz returned to the studio and brought Chris Gasper of the Boston Globe with them. The guys discussed the latest developments in the Deflategate investigation.
Felger and Massarotti opened the day discussing the Boston Red Sox, last night’s 3-1 loss to the Texas Rangers, and their struggling offense. Mike and Tony stuck with the Agenda Free Friday theme and took calls on everything that’s been talked about this week.
Hardy reads the news, and Scott Zolak and Marc Bertrand react. Today's topics: Ryan Tannehill's contract extension, Geno Smith being named the starter for the Jets, the painkiller abuse lawsuit facing the NFL, the new favorite for HBO's Hard Knocks and more!
In the final hour of Friday's show, Toucher & Rich talked to Sean McAdam, had some more fun at the expense of Raiders owner Mark Davis and got to everything they couldn't get to during the show in The Stack.
Toucher & Rich talk to Sean McAdam about which current MLB players are Hall of Fame bound if they retired today or within next two years. Afterwards they got into Red Sox talk, including the struggling offense and the starting pitching turnaround.
Toucher & Rich talk to Albert Breer of the NFL Network about Mark Davis, and how the NFL does not want him owning a team in Los Angeles. Aaron Hernandez has a new tattoo. A listener who works at a prison called in to explain how inmates receive prison tats. Julian Edelman posted a shirtless, hunky workout video online.
Jon Wallach is all fired up about the Red Sox and their struggles. Toucher & Rich sent Adolfo out on the street with a picture of Raiders owner Mark Davis, and had him ask people what they thought he did for a living. The answers are priceless.
Toucher & Rich share the story about a psycho dentist in Florida, then get you caught up on everything that happened last night, including the Red Sox loss, the NBA and NHL playoffs, and the Grand Prix that's coming to Boston.
Keefer Madness favorite Chris “Mad Dog” Russo is still losing his mind over Deflate-Gate. This time he was upset with Peter King’s coverage of the scandal, and King called in to Mad Dog Radio to defend himself.
Bleacher Report NFL National Lead Writer Michael Tanier joined the Adam Jones show to discuss Deflate-Gate, Roger Goodell’s press conference on Wednesday, and attempted to talk about Tom Brady’s appeal.
The NFL’s official Twitter account is apparently run by a New York Jets fan who decided to subtly troll the Patriots on Thursday. Adam Jones and Rich Keefe discuss that, and an NFL.com ranking that put an asterisk next to Tom Brady’s name.
Support of Other 31 Owners has Roger Goodell Feeling Empowered
Adam Jones opened Thursday’s show with some more thoughts from Roger Goodell’s press conference at the NFL owner’s meeting on Wednesday. Based on the tone of his statements, Jones thinks Goodell feels more empowered than ever because he has the full support of the other 31 owners.
Today on the Baseball Reporters, Tony Massarotti kicked off the night discussed the ejection of Bryce Harper in last night’s Washington Nationals game. Tony also got into the Boston Red Sox, last night’s loss to the Texas Rangers, Shane Victorino being scratched from tonight’s lineup with a sore left calf.
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz got into the Boston Red Sox and the struggles of Dustin Pedroia, specifically with runners in scoring position. Mike and Tony also discussed the fielding of Hanley Ramirez and his quiet bat in the month of May. Finally, Mazz goes off on Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper.
Felger and Massarotti opened the day talking about the New England Patriots, Tom Brady’s appeal process, and the role of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. Mike and Tony also discussed comments made by Darelle Revis in the New York Daily News.
On Hour 2 of Toucher & Rich, CSNNE's Joe Haggerty called in. Rodney from Boston did not win Survivor, unfortunately. Lastly, the guys played some interesting highlights from the Don Sweeney introductory press conference.
The new Bruins general manager, Don Sweeney, was a guest of the Toucher & Rich show Thursday morning one day after being appointed to the position. Sweeney covered a number of topics, including his relationship with Cam Neely, tough decisions facing the team, style-of-play preference and more.
Today on the Baseball Reporters with Tony Massarotti, Mazz discussed last night’s Boston Red Sox win over the Texas Rangers and the performance of Wade Miley. Tony also previewed Joe Kelly’s start against the Rangers tonight.
In the fourth and final Hour, Felger and Mazz talked about the top priorities of the new Bruins general manager Don Sweeney. Also, was it a smart decision for Robert Kraft to accept the penalties handed out by the NFL? To wrap up the day, it’s the Final Word with Jim Murray.
During Hour 3 of Felger and Masarotti, the guys discussed last night’s Boston Red Sox win over the Texas Rangers and the performance from Wade Miley. Mike and Tony also talked about a couple of the new NFL rule changes and Brandon Spikes’ return to the Patriots. Finally, the guys got back into Don Sweeney’s “To Do List.”
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz got into the New England Patriots and comments made by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell today. What does the hiring of Don Sweeney mean for Claude Julien’s future as Bruins head coach?
Felger and Massarotti opened the day discussing the Boston Bruins and the hiring of Don Sweeney as the team's new general manager. What should Sweeney's top priorities be? Mike and Tony also talked about the Chicago Blackhawks overtime win last night over the Anaheim Ducks.