Gresh & Zo
Jon Heyman, baseball insider for CBSSports.com, joined 98.5 The Sports Hub on the Gresh & Zo Show to discuss Jon Lester’s possible destinations.
“It is nothing like ’97. It is nothing like 2007. It’s not remotely close.”
Not since Nomar Garciaparra have the Red Sox had such a sought after shortstop.
The details of the Brandon Browner contract became public on Monday, and it offers the Patriots a lot of protection against a player with multiple failed drug tests.
“The Patriots have a clear plan: being multiple,” Gresh said Monday.
Krug talks about being scratched, as well as Carl Soderberg, Zdeno Chara, and more with Gresh and Zo.
Competition in the outfield is heating up down in Ft. Myers.
With the Patriots unlikely to place the franchise tag on Aqib Talib by this afternoon’s deadline, the team reportedly has another shutdown corner in their plans.
Despite the attention and “controversy,” Rondo hasn’t let it negatively affect his play on the court. In fact, he’s played very well, and that’s something that head coach Brad Stevens has appreciated from his point guard.
Riley Cooper signed a five-year deal worth $25 million, $10 million of it guaranteed. Gresh and Socci discuss whether Julian Edelman will get a similar payday.