Dirk Hayhurst: Racism 'Absolutely' Exists In Baseball"I'll tell you there is racism in baseball, but the big problem is that baseball players don't realize they're doing it, and here's why."
Dan Roche Recaps Trip To Fenway With Fred ToucherIt may have been a lost season for the local nine, but that doesn't mean the local ballyard can't produce memories that will last a lifetime.
Dan Roche Reflects On His Trip To Fenway Park With Fred ToucherThere's his wedding day, the birth of his two children and the three World Series titles won by the Red Sox, but Dan Roche has a new "Best Day Ever" to add to his ever-growing list.
Toucher: Dombrowski's Old School Strategy Doesn't Work Anymore In BaseballFred Toucher cautioned on Wednesday morning that Dave Dombrowski may not exactly be the right man for the job.
98 Mile Winner: Rich KeefeWe have ourselves a winner.
Hurley: Roger Goodell Demonstrates Inability To Serve As Competent, Neutral ArbitratorMichael Hurley joined Toucher & Rich to break down the full transcript from Tom Brady's appeal hearing.
98 Mile Finals: Rich Keefe Vs. Fred ToucherIt all comes down to this.
98 Mile VOTE: Fred Toucher vs. Jon WallachThe battle for the remaining spot in the finals took place Monday morning on Toucher & Rich, and it was a personal one.
Hurley On T&R: Hard To Fully Believe Anything Released By Goodell, NFLWith everyone still digesting Roger Goodell's 20-page ruling to uphold Tom Brady's four-game suspension, CBS Boston's Michael Hurley joined Toucher & Rich in studio on Wednesday.
98 Mile Battle: Vote Fred Toucher Vs. Marshall HookAfter a three-day hiatus, the much-anticipated return of 98 Mile III hit the Sports Hub airwaves on Tuesday morning.
Toucher & Rich: What Do Red Sox Do Now? Fred Toucher and Jon Wallach debated what the Red Sox can do and should do before the July 31 trading deadline.
Toucher: People Shouldn't Be Dismissing Allen CraigFred Toucher and Jon Wallach had a conversation Thursday morning about the glut of Red Sox outfielders, and how Allen Craig has largely been forgotten.