By Mark Paulette, When I handed out report cards for the Boston Red Sox after one month of play, I was accused by my fellow ‘Drivers’ as being overly generous and soft on the struggling Sox. Now, with 82 games in the books, I can assure you that any patience with this team has long […]
By Mark Paulette, I will maintain, and argue with anyone who thinks otherwise, that last year’s Red Sox team was not likable. They were uber successful. They far exceeded expectations. But they were not likable. The team was machine-like. Play ball, win game, repeat. It was clockwork, and it was done at a clip few […]
Sean McAdam of the Boston Sports Journal joined the show on Monday to discuss the shocking news that David Ortiz had been shot in his native Dominican Republic Sunday. McAdam shared further information, including how the Red Sox are helping to bring a now-stable Big Papi back to the Boston area.
By Mark Paulette, This week’s MLB Draft saw Cody Lawyerson, from Moscow, ME, selected in the 14th Round by the Minnesota Twins. That got me thinking…what does the state’s all-time MLB squad look like? In total, there have been 76 players born in the state of Maine to appear in the majors. However, that list […]
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.
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.
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.
Former Maine Black Bear and Major League shortstop Mike Bordick joined the show Tuesday afternoon to talk about the Red Sox from an opponents perspective and the difference in facing this team compared to last year.