Eric Wilbur of Boston.com joined Rich Keefe (in for Adam Jones) to discuss the U.S. Olympic Committee’s decision to pull Boston’s nomination from the 2024 Summer Olympic bid. The guy’s also discussed Pedro Martinez’s induction into the baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday.
Rich Keefe (in for Adam Jones) opened Monday’s show discussing the breaking news that Shane Victorino was traded to the Los Angeles Angels for infielder Josh Rutlidge, and how this will open up positions on the field as the team starts looking towards 2016.
NE Patriots Draft.com editor Mike Loyko joined Joe Murray to talk about the Pats draft class with Training Camp right around the corner. The guys also discussed who will be fighting for a roster spot, including Aaron Dobson.
Rich Keefe plays the Game of Jones on a Would You Rather Wednesday. Would you rather have John Farrell or Ben Cherington’s job? Would you rather be caught in a tornado or a feeding frenzy of sharks? Keefe answeres those and more.
Sporting News NFL writer Vinnie Iyer joined Rich Keefe to take a look around the league as training camps are just around the corner. The guys discussed the Patriots secondary, how the AFC East looks, Peyton Manning, and more.
Sean Sylver Breaks Down the 98 Mile First Round Matchups
Rich Keefe and Sean Sylver discussed the 98 Mile competitors and Sean Sylver made his predictions for each matchup. Plus Hardy called in to give Rich Keefe a pep talk about his rap battle with Tony Mazz.
Boston.com Patriots writer Erik Frenz called in for some “Deflate-Gate” free Pats talk with Rich Keefe (in for Adam Jones). The guys discussed how the Pats will replace Shane Vereen’s production, whether the Patriots were interested in Reggie Wayne, and more.
Rich Keefe and Sean Sylver discussed whether the Celtics will ever be able to sign a big name free agent following a report from Steve Bulpett of the Boston Herald that the Celtics would have been Kevin Love’s second choice had things not worked out in Cleveland.
Rich Keefe (in for Adam Jones) plays the Game of Jones on an Over/Under Tuesday. How many trades does Ben Cherington make at the deadline? How many goals will Zac Rinaldo score this season? How many sharks with Mark Cuban kill in Sharknado 3? Keefe makes his predictions on those and more.
It’s a Keefe-spiracy in tonight’s Madness. 46 years ago today man first landed on the moon, but Rich Keefe believes it was all a hoax. Listen as he lays out his case that the whole thing was staged on Earth.
Tom Westerholm of Celtics Hub called in to the Rich Keefe Project to discuss the Celtics roster following the signing of second round pick Jordan Mickey. The guys also talked about the rest of the Celtics draft class, and the future of James Young.
It's a Buy or Sell Monday in the Game of Jones with Rich Keefe (in for Adam Jones). Buy or Sell Brian Johnson is the best starter on the Red Sox, John Farrell will be the manager when the team returns home on Friday, whether True Detective season 2 has turned things around, and more.
Mass Live Patriots beat writer Kevin Duffy called in to talk with Rich Keefe about Tom Brady’s suspension appeal, the rumors Reggie Wayne could be interested in joining the Pats, and positions battles to watch when training camp opens.
Could Brady’s Appeal Decision Finally be Announced This Week?
Rich Keefe (in for Adam Jones) kicked off Monday’s show discussing the reports from Pro Football Talk that maybe this will be the week Roger Goodell announces his decision on Tom Brady’s appeal. Keefe also discussed whether Reggie Wayne would be a good fit if he signed with the Patriots.
Rich Keefe talked with Adam Himmelsbach of the Boston Globe, who is in Las Vegas for Celtics Summer League. He was at the game where Marcus Smart dislocated his fingers - was it necessary for him to play last night?
Rich Keefe, filling in for Adam Jones, talks to Jen McCaffrey from MassLive.com about what the future holds for Mike Napoli, the debut of Brian Johnson, and what lies ahead for Red Sox in second half of year.
In tonight’s Madness Rich Keefe explores the world of rapping athletes. It’s well known that they are mostly terrible, but Trail Blazers point guard Damian Lillard’s first single is actually pretty good.
Rich Keefe and Sean Sylver discussed Rob Gronkowski’s new book “It’s Good to be Gronk”, and read from an excerpt of the book featured on The MMQB. The guy’s also listened to the trailer Gronk made for “A Gronking to Remember” on Funny or Die.
It’s a Would You Rather Wednesday in the Game of Jones with Rich Keefe in for Adam Jones. Would you rather face Aroldis Chapman or Randy Johnson in is prime? Would you rather attend the ESPYs or the Screen Actors Guild awards? Keefe answers these and more.
Rich Keefe and Sean Sylver discussed the latest news from Celtics Summer League in Las Vegas including the team’s blowout win over the Miami Heat, and the acquisition of Perry Jones from the Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday.
In tonight’s Madness Rich Keefe explored the troubles the cast of Saved By the Bell has had since their time on the show, specifically Lark Voorhies who gave a very strange television interview last week.
Rich Keefe and Sean Sylver discussed what the Red Sox should do over the next couple weeks heading in to the MLB trade deadline. Barring a miracle the Sox should be sellers when the time comes, and the guy’s debate which players would be valuable to other teams.
Rich Keefe plays the Game of Jones on a Tuesday night with a game of Over/Under. How many Red Sox will be in the All-Star Game next season? How many days does Tiger Woods last at the British Open? Keefe makes his picks for those and more.
Boston.com columnist Eric Wilbur called in to discuss the state of the Red Sox at the All-Star break with Rich Keefe (in for Adam Jones). The guy’s also discussed the unveiling of the Red Sox Franchise Four, and what the team should do at the trade deadline.
MLB’s Young Superstars Will Help Revive Popularity of the Game
Rich Keefe opened Tuesday’s show discussing the MLB All-Star Game and the state of the league. Despite the recent drop in ratings across the country Keefe believes the sport is due for a major rebound in interest because of the influx of young superstars.