On Thursday, I returned from an illness for the first show of the week, and Tiger Woods officially returned to The Masters. I gave my thoughts on Tiger's seemingly new demeanor. I also reacted to the Stanley Cup and NBA playoff races, and Rick Porcello's new contract. All while having to apologize to the Mayor of Boston, Marty Walsh.
On Friday's podcast, I revealed my 2015 Major League Baseball predictions, from Cy Young awards to division winners to World Series champ. I also make my Final 4 picks.
Boston Red Sox EVP/COO and President of Fenway Sports Management, Sam Kennedy, joined me in-studio for Thursday's podcast.
On Wednesday's podcast, NHL analyst Billy Jaffe joined me in-studio to take a look at the Stanley Cup Playoff race, and more specifically, the state of the Boston Bruins.
On Tuesday's podcast, I took a look at the latest Brock Lesnar storyline post-WrestleMania, and asked the question, is the beast really done in UFC? And is there a WWE/UFC partnership currently taking place? Also, I reacted to the latest Tiger Woods news, and applauded the Mayor of Boston for keeping Southie one-way streets intact.
On Monday's podcast, I reacted to everything that happened at WrestleMania 31. Plus, a look at the Final 4, and some advice for David Ortiz, when it comes to PED's and the Hall of Fame.
I closed out the week with one final WrestleMania preview, this time with Chaotic Wrestling's "The Sure Thing" Mark Shurman joining me in-studio.
On Thursday's podcast, I caught up with Florida Panthers forward Shawn Thornton (20 minutes in). Plus I opened the show with some quick thoughts on the Sweet 16 and Darrelle Revis' comments about the New England Patriots' final offer before he signed with the New York Jets. And I closed out the show by inviting the shop's skate sharpener, Eric Doyle, into the studio to bid him farewell on his new venture during his last day working at Beantown Athletics. All of it, presented by Violent Gentlemen.
On Wednesday's podcast, ESPN's Michelle Beadle joined me (18 minutes in) to talk WrestleMania a day after her breaking-news interview with WWE champ Brock Lesnar.