Felger and Massorotti
Mazz said Pineda’s blatant use of pine tar is one of the dumbest things he’s ever seen, and Felger is glad someone is finally calling out baseball for their “institutionalized cheating.”
Brad Marchand is not a big, bad Bruin. He is a big, bad actor.
The Bruins are doing just fine without Tyler Seguin, but will a player of his ability ever work in their system?
Despite being known by many as the man who brought New England back to credibility, Beetle believes Bill Parcells doesn’t merit a spot in the Patriots Hall of Fame.
After a couple questionable replays over the weekend in the Red Sox-Yankees series, Felger & Mazz wonder if instant replay is helping or hurting MLB?
Derek Jeter is a shell of himself, and nobody in New York can bring themselves to say it.
A sea of Patriots’ fans got upset with former New England linebacker Brandon Spikes on Wednesday, and Michael Felger has a message for them: Grow up.
Daniel Murphy of the New York Mets is taking more time coming back from his child’s birth than some New York radio hosts would like, which led Felger & Mazz into a discussion about the topic of athletes and paternity leave.
Tom Brady still has some good years left in him, but the process to find the next franchise quarterback is already underway.
Jon Lester is worth more than the $13 million the team is paying him now, but if he hits free agency he’ll likely get way overpaid, which is why Michael Felger and Tony Massarotti feel like they need to be “very careful” in doing this contract extension.