Sports Illustrated media columnist Richard Deitsch called in to The Adam Jones Show on Wednesday to discuss NESN’s change in the broadcast booth, calling it an “absolute disgrace.”
Former NESN sideline reporter Jenny Dell joined Toucher & Rich on Wednesday to talk about working with Don Orsillo, who will not be back as voice of the Red Sox after the season.
Jerry Remy has shared the Red Sox broadcast booth with Don Orsillo for the last 15 years, so Tuesday’s news that Orsillo will not be voicing Red Sox games after this season hit him hard.
Red Sox play-by-play man Don Orsillo will be leaving NESN at the conclusion of the current season.
Jenny Dell is going national.
Jenny Dell is free to move on from NESN, Red Sox chairman Tom Werner said Thursday.
The Felger and Massarotti show from Thursday, January 31.
Some fans preferred Dennis Eckersley after receiving a heavy dose of his color commentating last season, but aside from that: is Remy returning too soon?
As the days dwindle down for when Sox pitchers and catchers report to The Fort, here are a few thoughts on Jerry Remy returning to the NESN broadcast booth for Red Sox games.
When the Boston Red Sox return to television screens this spring, fans will once again be hearing the familiar voice of Jerry Remy describing the action.