Sports Final: Why Did Red Sox Hire Tony La Russa?
The addition of Tony La Russa to Dave Dombrowski's staff is an intriguing one. While it adds another distinguished baseball mind to the front office, it also raises questions about new manager Alex Cora. Tony Massarotti joined Steve Burton on WBZ-TV's Sports Final to discuss L aRussa's role, and what it means for first-year manager Cora.

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Sports Final: What Did We Learn During Patriots Mandatory Minicamp?ESPN Boston's Mike Reiss joined Dan Roche on Sunday night's Sports Final on WBZ-TV to discuss last week's minicamp in Foxboro. Reiss highlights several position battles on the Patriots, and which players looked good during the minicamp.
Sports Final: Mike Reiss Chats Edelman Suspension, Brady & Gronk At MinicampESPN Boston's Mike Reiss joined Dan Roche on Sunday night's Sports Final on WBZ-TV to discuss last week's Patriots minicamp, which saw Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski return to the field. He also touched on Julian Edelman's suspension and the likelihood of the receiver winning his appeal.
Sports Final: Any Chance Edelman Wins His Suspension Appeal?Is there a shot that Julian Edelman can win his suspension appeal? ESPN Boston's Mike Reiss joined Dan Roche on WBZ-TV's Sports Final to discuss.
Sports Final: Tom Brady 'Emotionally Guarded' With Media This SummerTom Brady was back at Patriots practice last week, but didn't tip his hand with the media on Thursday. He is not expected to attend OTAs this week, but Mike Reiss said the band will be back together and focused once training camp starts at the end of the month.
Sports Final: What's A Tough Mudder Bootcamp?A new Tough Mudder Bootcamp opened in Burlington over the weekend, and WBZ-TV's Steve Burton welcomed owner Henry Potts onto Sports Final to talk about the new business.
Sports Final: No Fun In New England?ESPN Boston's Mike Reiss joins Steve Burton on WBZ-TV's Sports Final to discuss the atmosphere surrounding the Patriots. Many players have come out to say the Patriots are no fun, but Reiss says Pats players have plenty of fun. But the way the organization goes about things is not for everyone.

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