On Monday's podcast, I proposed a 3-team trade that would make sense for the Red Sox, Mets, and Tigers, which would ultimately send righty Zack Wheeler to Boston. Plus, my thoughts on Pedro Martinez in the Hall of Fame, David Ortiz' Cooperstown chances, new NFL rules on football preparation, and Hulk Hogan.
On Thursday's podcast, presented by Violent Gentlemen, comedian Will Noonan joined me in-studio to talk Sharknado, WWE, Donald Trump, Olympics in Boston, virtual reality practices in the NFL, & more.
On Wednesday's podcast, I discussed the latest MLB trade chatter, and reacted to Brian Johnson's Major League debut with the Red Sox. Plus, Roger Goodell speaks, but doesn't give us what we want. That and more.
On Tuesday's podcast, WBZ-TV's Dan Roche joined me (34 minutes in) to discuss the Boston Red Sox trade options before the July 31 trade deadline. Plus, reaction to everything that happened over the weekend, from the British Open to the Undertaker's return to WWE.
On Friday's podcast, I played audio of David Ortiz explaining his illness before the All-Star break, and I continued to defend him while some critics continue to pound their chest with unfathomable Big Papi hatred. Plus, a British Open update, and a preview to WWE Battleground. (Programming note: No show on Monday, July 20)
On Thursday's podcast, Bill "Obnoxious Boston Fan" Speros joined me to discuss everything from the ESPYs to Roger Clemens. Plus, a British Open update on Day 1 of the tournament.
On Wednesday's podcast, I reacted to the MLB All-Star Game, including FOX's "Franchise Four" pregame festivities. Were the Red Sox represented by the best four players in franchise history? My take on that and more.
On Tuesday's podcast, Comcast SportsNet's Mike Giardi joined me (11 minutes in) to talk some baseball. Plus, will Roger Goodell be revealing his decision on Tom Brady's suspension anytime soon. All that and more.
On Monday's podcast, I reacted to the Red Sox losing two games to the Yankees over the weekend at Fenway. Plus, I took a look at the MLB All-Star festivities, and Milan Lucic's advertisement in The Boston Globe got me a little emotional.