In the fourth and final Hour, Mike Felger and Greg Dickerson broke down today’s Boston Red Sox loss the Detroit Tigers. Felger and Dickerson also discussed Bill Belichick’s press conference and his comments about the team’s starting quarterback. To close out the show, it’s the Final Word with Jim Murray.
On this hour of Felger & Massarotti with Greg Dickerson filling in for Mazz, the discussion of Bill Belichick's remarks continues, and then they react to the Red Sox getting swept by the Detroit Tigers.
Michael Felger and Greg Dickerson, filling in for Tony Massarotti, talk about the Patriots' first day of training camp and the situation at quarterback, wide receiver, and other key positions. They also touch upon the Celtics' offseason and whether or not it's been a disappointment to fans.
Michael Felger and Greg Dickerson, filling in for Tony Massarotti, spend the first hour dissecting the comments of Patriots head coach Bill Belichick at Gillette Stadium to start training camp. They discuss what Belichick's comments mean for the Patriots' quarterback situation, and what surprised them about what Belichick did and did not say.
0:00- Same Old QB Story in the AFC East? 6:51- Magic 8 Ball not so Wright for Red Sox 11:22- Carrabis: Red Sox "aren't in first place because of David Price" 18:49- Belichick Speaks for First Time This Year
On the eve of the first training camp practice, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick spoke to the assembled media for the first time since the implementation of the four game suspension of Tom Brady. Zo and Flynn react to what the coach had to say as he faced the music after all of the DeflateGate fallout.
Another day, another 8 runs for the Red Sox and another loss following a big offensive outpouring. The Red Sox threw up 8 runs on nine hits and still managed to lose the game 9-8 to the Tigers on Tuesday. Poor pitching, led by a tough outing for the normally dominant Stephen Wright, doomed the Sox yet again and Jared Carrabis of Bastool Sports is in with Zo and Flynn to break it down.
Even though Tom Brady will give way to Jimmy Garoppolo for the first 4 games of the regular season, is it possible that the Patriots are still in the best position when it comes to the quarterbacks of the AFC East? Zolak and Mike Flynn take a closer look at the state of the quarterback in the so-called "tomato can" division.
Intern Nick is back with another Drunken Red Sox re-cap. Phil Perry joins the show to talk Patriots as training camp nears, and Jimmy Garopplo's old head coach was very complimentary of the now Patriots week one starter.
On this hour of Toucher and Rich, the guys discuss last night's tough loss for the Red Sox, Aaron Rodgers' brother on The Bachelorette, and Paul Pierce's decision to continue his NBA career for one more year.
Tony Massarotti opened up the Baseball Reporters discussing Chicago White Sox pitcher Chris Sale’s value on the trade market. Mazz also broke down last night’s Boston Red Sox loss to the Detroit Tigers.
During Hour 3 of Felger and Massarotti, Mike and Tony discussed the Chris Sale jersey shredding incident. The guys also took a minute to talk about the Boston Celtics moves this offseason. Finally, Felger and Mazz got back into the Patriots and the injuries they are dealing with.
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz got into the Boston Red Sox and last night’s loss to the Detroit Tigers. Mike and Tony also discussed pitcher Chris Sale and what the Chicago White Sox asking price for him could be.
Felger and Massarotti kicked off the show discussing the New England Patriots and potential concerns as the start of Training Camp approaches. Finally, the guys talked about the most liked and disliked teams in the NFL.
It seems as though no one can say for sure which pitching need is of the utmost importance for the Red Sox as the trade deadline fast approaches. One thing is vwery clear however, the Red Sox do need to add quality arms to their arsenal if they hope to complement the high powered offense and make a push for October baseball. Zolak, Flynn and Dan Shaughnessy of The Boston Globe examine the call for arms going out from Yawkey Way.
Fresh off his induction weekend, Dan Shaughnessy of The Boston Globe and now of the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown joins Zolak and Mike Flynn in for Bertrand to give us some great stories about his amazing weekend surrounded by baseball legends.
On this hour: Calls come in on medical marijuana. Trennie Kusnierek calls in just before leaving for Rio. Sarge sent in a rogue rap. "Paul Stanley drops by to say hi to the show and does the headlines.
On this hour: Bird went out to get recaps for the show. Red Sox lose but Pomeranz looked good. Chris Sale spoke on cutting up the White Sox uniforms this past weekend. Aldon Smith may have posted a video of himself smoking weed. Why isn't it okay for NFL players to use marijuana?
Jones and Keefe discussed the Celtics rounding out their roster over the weekend with the additions of Gerald Green and the re-signing of Tyler Zeller. The guys then debated whether those moves are enough to push the Celtics to the second best record In the Eastern Conference.
Boston Globe NFL writer Ben Volin joined the Adam Jones Show to discuss the NFL’s investigation of Peyton Manning, the Patriots placing several key players on the PUP list for the start of camp, and more.
Tony Massarotti kicked off the Baseball Reporters discussing the Boston Red Sox weekend series with the Minnesota Twins. Tony also talked about Chicago White Sox pitcher Chris Sale’s jersey shredding incident and his value on the trade market. Mazz also got into the Toronto Blue Jays and the Chicago Cubs acquisition of closer Aroldis Chapman.
In the fourth and final Hour, Felger and Mazz got back into Chicago White Sox pitcher Chris Sale’s jersey shredding incident and Sale’s trade value. To close out the show, it’s the Final Word with Jim Murray.
During Hour 3 of Felger and Massarotti, the guys continued to talk about the Boston Red Sox weekend series with the Minnesota Twins and the recent play of Hanley Ramirez. Mike and Tony also discussed Peyton Manning being cleared, of any HGH or PED allegations, by the NFL.
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz continued to discuss the Chris Sale jersey cutting affair and what it would cost to acquire Sale. Mike, Tony, and Jim Murray also talked about the best and worst alternate jerseys in sports. Finally, the guys discussed David Price’s performance in Saturday’s Red Sox loss.
Felger and Massarotti opened up the show discussing the Boston Red Sox weekend series split with the Minnesota Twins. The guys also talked about Chicago White Sox pitcher Chris Sale’s jersey shredding incident. Should the Red Sox make a move for Sale?
0:00- David Price Headed Down Carl Crawford Avenue 11:40- Chris Sale's Clubhouse Meltdown 22:17- Beetle Goes to the Hall of Fame 34:39- Jon Heyman on Sox Approaching the Deadline 43:23- Peyton Manning Cleared in HGH Investigation
Jon Heyman of MLB Network and FanRag Sports Network joins Bertrand and Flynn to hit on a number of topics including Aroldis Chapman being traded to the Cubs, the ongoing Chris Sale drama, and what we can hope to see from the Red Sox as we approach the deadline on August 1st.
According to a statement from the NFL, Peyton Manning has been cleared of any wrongdoing or accusations about PED use after being implicated in an Al Jazeera America report last year. Bertrand and Flynn compare this investigation to the one that ultimately brought a four game suspension to Tom Brady.
Our own Marc Bertrand had quite the weekend as he strolled the famed halls of Cooperstown. Beetle also took in the Hall of Fame induction speeches from Ken Griffey Jr., Mike Piazza, and even the speech of weekly guest Dan Shaughnessy, who was honored with the J.G. Taylor Spink Award. Beetle gives us his takeaways from Hall of Fame weekend.
Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale is in some hot water after a weekend meltdown which saw him cut up his throwback jersey and refuse to wear it. Sale was ultimately suspended for 5 games, further adding fuel to the trade rumors that have surrounded him.
David Price was roughed up yet again over the weekend, surrendering five runs on 11 hits in a no decision that saw the Red Sox fall to the Twins 11-9 on Saturday. Beetle and Mike Flynn, in for Zo, foresee even worse things coming for the high-cost, high-disappointment lefty.