With a week left to go before the NFL draft begins there’s some excitement in the air for Patriots’ fans. Expectations are high that New England will address a number of deficiencies via their numerous picks.
While the Yankees were busy trading a couple of Oldsmobile hubcaps and Ron Guidry’s mustache scissor for Giancarlo Stanton, the Sox brass were content to, I don’t know what. Figure out a way to reboot “Sox Appeal”?
Former Boston lefty, and Red Sox Hall-of-Famer, Bill Lee joined the show on Tuesday to discuss the current state of the Sox-Yanks’ rivalry and relive some of its former glory.
New England will not, absolutely positively (wild about mud) not trade their first rounders (or anything else) for….
I caught up with SC AM anchor, Matt Barrie, who’s spent the week walking the course at Augusta National. Check out his thought’s on Tiger’s return and who he likes to take home the green jacket at the end of the tournament.
The Voice of the New England Patriots, Bob Socci, joined the show on Wednesday less than 24 hours after the Pats sent Brandin Cooks and a 4th-round pick west to the L.A. Rams in return for a 1st and 6th-round pick.
After 50 days and 50 nights in Florida, the Red Sox are finally heading back to Boston and bringing with them a 5-game win streak.
The current Boston sports situation is further proof of just how spoiled we have become as we are on tap for two deep runs from two gutsy teams.
While an offensive explosion is never a bad sight, I honestly found myself rooting for a 1-0 or 2-1 victory like we became accustomed to over the weekend, hoping that Richards would find success in his improbable MLB debut.
Many expected the Red Sox to take at least 3-of-4 at The Trop to open the year, however, few expected Boston to outscore the Rays by just one run in the series.