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.
As we get closer to the playoffs I can’t help but be concerned about certain aspects of the Boston Red Sox roster, so I decided to do some “confidence rankings” as things currently stand.
Rob Bradford of WEEI joined the show Wedneday to talk about pitching concerns for the Red Sox on the cusp of their 100th win of 2018.
Here’s a fun exercise, if you have Twitter, go into the list of people who you follow, scroll all the way down and see who the first person you followed was.
The list of arms that manager Alex Cora trusts in a hold situation is down to Ryan Brasier and………….. Tyler Thornburg?
The next highest offensive player is Tristan Casas, whom I will forgive you if you aren’t familiar with and unless you were invited to his high school graduation BBQ this spring, you probably aren’t.
Be honest, did you know Jerry Remy made an All-Star team? What if I told you that in 1978, Remy hit TWO home runs and batted .278? Struck out 55 times? Walked 40? The best stat from Remy’s ’78 season? 30 stolen bases, only got caught 13 times. My god baseball was weird in the 70’s.
Jason Mastrodonato of The Boston Herald joined the show on Tuesday to cover the latest news out of Alex Cora’s daily press conference from Camden Yards.
Stats and thoughts about the AL East leading Boston Red Sox