Toucher and Rich
Michael Felger and Tony Amonte were live on Comcast right outside the TD Garden at the Ace Ticket Studio right after the game. Fans eventually made it to the windows of the studio as they poured into the streets to celebrate.
Adolfo was outside the Garden to talk to fans about their thoughts on the game, the series and the Bruins moving forward in the playoffs.
Will Claude Julien finally switch up his underperforming lines? Toucher and Rich ask play-by-play man Dave Goucher for his opinion.
Jarrod Clowery was injured in the Boston Marathon bombings, and he talked with Toucher & Rich on Friday morning.
It’s time to prove that you Know Your Armpits Of America.
While nearly everyone is calling for the Boston Celtics to move on from veterans Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce, one former Celtic is hoping they keep it together for another run – and possibly two.
Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald joined Toucher & Rich to discuss the reports that the Patriots’ star tight end needs a surgery, his fourth, to repair his forearm.
Former NHL winger Tony Amonte joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich to discuss the Game 4 win in Toronto, the way this Bruins team is performing and the possibility that this series ends on Friday.
Peter Gammons joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich to discuss the Red Sox, the performance of David Ortiz, steroids, Toronto Blue Jays pitcher J.A. Happ and pitcher safety.
It’s time again for a new installment of everyone’s favorite game, Ask A Pink Hat! Adolfo was outside Fenway before the Red Sox took on the Twins to ask fan simple baseball and Red Sox related questions.
Check out these before and after pictures from the 6th Annual Cuts For A Cause.
The sights from 98.5 The Sports Hub’s 6th Annual “Cuts For A Cause.”
A look at the Red Sox 2013 Spring Training in Fort Myers, Florida.
Photos from the 2013 NFL Pro Bowl in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Brian Scalabrine is sick of all of you chumps saying that you can beat him in basketball. So Toucher & Rich found four of the best ballers in Boston to go one-on-one with the White Mamba, so he could prove once and for all that even the last guy on a pro basketball bench is still better than regular baller.