The Toucher & Rich Draft returned on Friday, with Rich Shertenlieb, Dan Roche and Jon Wallach competing in a new category: Worst acting performance by an athlete.
Rich and Rochie butted heads on the context of David Ortiz’s comments about not wanting to play first base.
Why shouldn’t pro athletes, or members of Congress, be expected to multi-task, and make themselves as useful as possible?
With Fred still out on vacation and Dan Roche filling in, Rich took the opportunity to ask Mr. Baseball himself about the chances the puzzling 2015 Red Sox have at making the playoffs.
I say this all the time — it is a big deal for guys to be named to the All-Star team.
While the story is no doubt a magnificent one, Mazz said the fact that the Red Sox’ high-paid stars couldn’t make the All-Star Game does not reflect well on the team.
WBZ-TV’s Dan Roche catches up with Red Sox starter Clay Buchholz, who is pitching like an ace for Boston.
It’s been a busy — and interesting — week for first-year Bruins GM Don Sweeney.
“I am not against the Boston Olympics. I am highly skeptical of that and any other grandiose, massive urban redevelopment scheme, as someone who commuted through the Big Dig for 14 years of my life.”
Tony Massarotti and Dan Roche have a request for the Red Sox for the rest of the season: Go young!