The Red Sox are trying out a smorgasbord of names this year to work with the legendary Castiglione, but can any of them replace Joe one day?
Rob Bradford of WEEI.com joined the show Friday to talk about the struggling Sox, how a Manny Ramirez home run in 2005 led to Marcus Walden becoming a member of the Red Sox, and how the organization got angry at him this week after a story was blown out of context.
In the past 48 hours, several organizations have done what the Red Sox have simply refused to do; pony up large sums of cash to keep their homegrown talent where it belongs – home.
We lose our patience in Kimbrel and Gostowski, but imagine life without them.
In honor of Sunday’s 76th Golden Globes, I present to you the first annual Boston sports Golden Globes.
After witnessing the ‘Miracle in Miami’ in person this past Sunday, Dan Shaughnessy joined the show to discuss the potential ramifications of that fateful play and also put it in historical context.
It’s become fairly cliche to write a “reasons I’m thankful” article around the holidays, especially Thanksgiving for obvious reasons. But sometimes cliches are okay. After all, something wouldn’t be overused if it wasn’t good, right? So partly because of that, partly out of laziness, here’s my top-5 sports related items I’m thankful for this holiday season.
Red Sox Insider, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe joined the show on the eve of the World Series to give his predictions for the fall classic between the Red Sox and Dodgers.
After last night’s 4.5-hour marathon, Andrew Benintendi’s heroics, and Joe Castiglione taking a tumble from his chair, Red Sox radio announcer Tim Neverett joined the show to recap it all and preview Game 5 of the ALCS as the Sox look to advance to the World Series.
Sunday is a big day for New England sports fans as both the Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots have big games Sunday night. Let’s take a look at the five most important athletes if we’re to be going to bed happy.