Arizona Coyotes defenseman Keith Yandle was in-studio for Friday's podcast to discuss everything from his acting skills to the WWE to Monday's NHL trade deadline.
On Thursday's show, I played audio of David Ortiz' latest rant about MLB's new pace-of-play rules for hitters. I agree, and then go into a rant of my own about pitch clocks in baseball, and the people who want them. And I closed out the show with thoughts on Alex Rodriguez, Derrick Rose, and Kevin Garnett. Like every Thursday, it's all presented by "Violent Gentlemen."
The former NHL defenseman, and Silver medalist for Team USA in 2010, joined me on Wednesday's podcast from Russia (43 minutes in), and we discussed the KHL playoffs, NHL trade deadline, Olympics in Boston, and his new nickname that's sure to stick when he comes home. Plus, I opened the show with my reaction to Tuesday night's Boston Olympics meeting in Southie.
NFL Network's Albert Breer was in-studio for Tuesday's podcast to discuss all the league's offseason storylines.
Comedian Will Noonan was in-studio for Monday's podcast, and we discussed everything from stand-up to WWE.
Sports Illustrated's Chris Mannix joined me on Friday's podcast (18 minutes in) to break down the NBA Trade Deadline. Plus, some closing thoughts on something that happened at the studio on Thursday, and a few MLB notes to take you into the weekend.
Every Thursday is presented by "Violent Gentlemen" and today, former New England Patriot Matt Chatham joined Thursday's podcast (21 minutes in) to defend locker-room attendant Jim McNally. And I continued to react to the fallout of what actually happened on the sidelines of the AFC Championship. Plus, a look at the NBA Trade Deadline's biggest potential moves.
On Wednesday's podcast, I lost my cool over ESPN's new Patriots report that lacks context. I even went on to defend Alex Rodriguez, who, for some reason, is being portrayed as some type of monster. And final thoughts on the NBA trade deadline, spring training, and the Boston Bruins.
Former Boston Red Sox infielder Lou Merloni joined me in-studio for Tuesday's podcast to talk snowstorms, MLB spring training storylines, and the 1999 ALDS.