Gresh And Zolak
Sean Grande of the Celtics’ Radio Network had a lot of thoughts regarding the Celtics off-season. He joined Gresh & Zo Wednesday in studio.
Before his death, Tony Gwynn attributed the cancer in his salivary glands to his addiction to smokeless tobacco. CBS Sports’ Jon Heyman discussed how baseball has yet to solve its smokeless tobacco problem.
The NFL experience has changed over the years, and Gillette Stadium is now taking steps to catch up. Gresh and Zo discuss whether that is a good or bad thing.
Gresh and Zolak are football guys, not futbol guys. So they want to learn from soccer fans about the World Cup and what makes it so great.
Count Dan Shaughnessy as one person still scratching their head from the Stephen Drew signing.
The Celtics great weighed in on Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Love and the future of the Boston Celtics as we approach the NBA draft later this month.
Jon Lester is going to command top dollar in the offseason when he’s a free agent, and Dan Shaughnessy doesn’t think the team will re-sign him.
The biggest problem for Red Sox pitcher Clay Buchholz is between his ears, not this “hyperextended knee” according to Sean McAdam. He joined Gresh & Zo in studio on Thursday to discuss the struggling pitcher.
Jon Heyman of CBS Sports expects the Red Sox to be buyers, not sellers, to get back into this race. He joined Gresh and Zo Tuesday to discuss the state of the team.
Sizemore was a feel good story in spring training. That was then. This is now.