By Mark Paulette, How does one make the MLB, NBA and NHL regular seasons + postseasons more intriguing? Look no further than European football…aka…soccer. I have taken three modes of competition from the beautiful game and applied one each to America’s respective leagues. Major League Baseball – How do we end tanking and purify the […]
By Aaron Jackson, It may not be what it once was, but I still get at least a little fired up every time I see the Red Sox and Yankees get set to play baseball. This season the teams have only faced each other three times with New York winning every game. And it’s not […]
By Mark Paulette, Red Sox versus Yankees. That used to mean something. It used to be political. It used to ignite passion. It used to capture attention. Now, it’s just a set of words that carry no greater meaning than any other. TV networks would have you believing the ‘timeless’ rivalry hasn’t lost a beat, […]
Dan Shaughnessy joined the show following the passing of former-Red Sox player Bill Buckner. Shaughnessy shared his thoughts on Buckner’s infamous place in Boston sport’s history and why we need to remember him for more than just the one play in the 1986 World Series.
By Mark Paulette, Judd Sirott joined the show Friday afternoon to give his final preview of the Stanley Cup Final between the B’s and the Blues before action gets underway Monday night at T.D. Garden.
By Aaron Jackson, Believe it or not we are now two months through the Major League Baseball season. It certainly doesn’t feel that way to me, but here we are. That means we can really start to form opinions on which teams are the best, and which teams are the worst. Considering very few people […]
Red Sox Hall of Famer Bill Lee joined Aaron and Mark on Wednesday evening to dish his wisdom on the game and tease a return to the Bangor area this summer.
By Mark Paulette, The conclusion of TV’s biggest show of the last decade coincides with the NFL’s defending champs, and most dominating team of the last two decades, laying the groundwork for the 2019 season. The collective success of Tom Brady and Bill Belichick is about as believable as dragons and the walking dead when […]
Chris Forsberg joined on the day of the NBA Draft Lottery to discuss what the Celtics are planning in the off season, as well as discuss some of the rumors swirling around the NBA.
Red Sox insider Sean McAdam of the Boston Sports Journal spent part of his off-day on Monday chatting with us about several topics, including if we’ve seen the end of Dustin Pedroia and the problems facing MLB.