Jan 6, 2013|
Long-time Pats equipment manager Don Brocher passed away last week due to leukemia complications and the NFL Sunday crew were very familiar with him. The boys share some fond memories of the quiet member of the Patriots family.
Red Sox Bench Coach Torey Luvollo joins the program to talk about Red Sox injuries and the MLB Replay process
Our number two Chris aligning with sports Sunday Sports Radio WEEI 6177797937. Then not all Red Sox some pretty much all Jon Lester threw the first hour lie detectors weighing in on the AT&T tax line on that will get to that just a moment. Out final round of the masters is going on a maturity people. Into getting into what is much science tiger. And without Phil as well he Mickelson showed up I think late Thursday night she flew in and Friday after energy is flied out. With Phil Mickelson. I he had a tough weekend are tough early going Richardson first round in a local guy Keegan Bradley struggled missed But there are some big games of the top the leaderboard some exciting. I young names of the Jordan's BT's twenty years old he's cash to win the masters I he'd be the youngest winner since 1979. LEB younger. Then the tiger was the first time you want it. And one of the things that really stood out to me is speaking with some people were down there this week to cover the toward talks and these young guys and it get back to tiger. The complete and water. Lack of off. Around around Tiger Woods to these guys are too young you think about twenty years old 21 years old with somebody like camera some would like walker. In somebody like Blix the Swedish guys and second right now and he's. He's like 28. You know some of these guys too young to really remember or at least have played with tiger against tiger. When he was hitting level like we never seen before the PGA tour earlier received since Jack. And they look at him now a Zagat shoot 77 on the weekends. Is that cats really contention anymore where is I mean Aaron I'm not old and your and all of you remember when. Final round tigers in the lead it was done forget about it I mean one year in the PGA YE Yang those big shots out late and ended up beating and yet that epic battle with Bob May. I nearly beat him in the PGA but it would for the most part just wasn't close he would get a lead and he was one of the best closers in the we'd seen in the sport. But it's just it's different now that's a different vibe. Around Tiger Woods and it's gone from seemingly a foregone conclusion that he would get to nineteen majors is seemingly foregone conclusion that he won't eat next year. Does play majors this year. Is give forty years old Jack won three. After he needs five Jack won three after forty to two of those were when he was forty and the masters in 986. Was kind of an out Larry's 46 years old. Tiger would be a hall of fame career from here on out five major championship all career to get in nineteen. I think it's interesting not only his fall from grace just as a player. In terms of winning majors the was in my opinion at least the best player on were last year he had five or six wins a torch to win major. But the bigger thing to me is just how some of these younger players perceive him do tiger as a contention it used to be regarded. The average stroke. The average round rather up a stroke in. In in the in the final round on Sundays when tiger was in contention real just kind of melted aged just. Folded around with a few exceptions mentioned Bob revealed in Nickels and it's good battles but. For the most part it was just tiger's world everybody else's playing for second they were on him Ernie Els just not Now is young guys just young enough to cocky enough and don't really remember that at least they didn't play through it. And they're saying how statute 75 on the weekends with what's not ID in the turn now but. I should be upon Sunday Bubba Watson very very likable guy. And I Jordan who were finding out a lot about trying to become the youngest masters winner a long time quick birds update we'll get back to the calls against 617779. 7937. Cordially NC DM IA's doing great to get the good news on him that was definitely a concern that you know DM IAA was. Out I got hit looked like in the that it from I thought it was illegal but not dirty if that makes sense I don't think there was intent to injure there. It was just one of those times you're trying to make a hockey play get the principal point contact up higher and you won it. So I thought it was an illegal hit not a dirty hit but by a help not the that you concussion translated to on the ice Thursday that part we don't know just yet. But Patrice Bergeron it sound like is fine I he missed the third period yesterday that would would have been a huge concern. I outside to go. There's not too many guys you point to and say this more important to the bees and Bergeron two way player in hockey this year. Obvious he's good according to coach Julianne and Chris Kelly looks like still day to day with that back injury so some. Relatively speaking. Minor bumps and Bruce is going into the Stanley Cup Playoffs but you know these guys especially Alec Bergeron if he could be on the ice on Thursday against the red he's going to be there. I HTT tech slide is 37937. It's like grab a few of these real quick a one Dexter says eight times over David Price let Lester walked. While you make Casey price a better pitcher at this stage of his career early younger I can cost more money. And now your bidding against everybody else you've got the cost control guy. Housing cost control we get the guided the under your control rather. The of the exclusive negotiating window with wants to stay here to guide it. As more in depth track record in the post season to sign him. And that point it's not a knock on price and gives great pitcher. But if you're looking at what you can do it even easier than that that will save you some money relative to what price can get on the open market signed last. I know detector can you imagine having Stanton in Boston did it forty plus homers easy architecture from western mass. Two words about prospects Daniel yep they can go hard the other way. I another one here says agree with you order percent top of the rotation guys talk about Lester innings a year post seasons died. Given the cash over five years five for one and should get it done. And out finally is Lester stats are comparable to average career he walked away from 244 million Lester has been better than Homer Bailey and look at the contract. That he just signed a few textures telling me the gets four clocked at. Well evening parade for a UConn for the championships I assume the men and women together out both of them winning the national title. Yes as tougher as Turkey's but happy for Kevin Ollie who now is the next. Hot coaching named to go from college to the end beauty after eight seasons. But undefeated in the NCAA tournament ally guys can say that are at six or 77797937. is in New Jersey he's up next When then. Just try to not cute bit Ali thank you and I can't believe that a low ball. Jon Lester like they don't agree that you like a side impact by one and whatever argument sake. We have been out of my. But you see a lot of contracts for your team that have gone got into the contract stratosphere and some of them have really worked out so well. But for a number like dapper Lester what he's so willing to stay. I agree I was surprised. When I saw what the number was at the end of spring training where the Red Sox know Lester broke off toxin seems like a a low ball contract terms of dollars in a low ball contract thirty years. definitely. god I G I mean lucky probably let out a little bit like that way radio reluctant I had. Yeah I mean yeah I'm with you thanks to the fall being a former yankees fans perspective. They're never shy about spending dollars. That Lester contract is makes sense and I've said this a few times. Because just getting back to this point I do think my gut still tells me they get a Don. Gut feeling they still get this contract done because I hate candidate it player just wants too much just wants to be a Boston too much. You back going to be here at the expense of taking deal it's foolish and a four year seventy to eighty million dollar contract before which. At ball way below market terms years below market terms the average annual There's no upside here it sounded like a Red Sox blown away with a give you four years but here's point six million a year. Which is probably more than you gonna get I guarantee each and every year on the open market that it could at least. I still think Lester would walk away from crystal he'd say no. But I could look at that is saying the Red Sox in good faith effort to try to. Do with last year what they've done with other guys which is over pay an average annual dollars but try to take that discounted terms of the number years seventy. I can't say that. I can't see it as they came under years came under dollars 6177797937. Bill isn't busted up next they've built. They would subject. who visual. You know what about. You guys keep in the world. Could together okay. guys they look at the guys renewed deal if everybody involved. Make him have the option to. Who boarded deals rivals ordered to the guys will. Make it work. So real simple. So three years of his make sure Israelis and three years seventy million. And then assuming he stays healthy another two years at how much. Ordered me at all. That would come out to volley at 5110. About then you know what would actions. YouTube. 120. It was cute guys so. Yeah It it it any guaranteed dollars sport. That that's just not gonna work for the players work for last. Well hope what works right now what made two big guy a two year deal seven million. With a guarantee. Appeared to remain nimble. The two more years of targeted what are enviable. Well let's get. That that that the five year 120 million dollar contract. Where. OK I guess that that's reasonable but I mean you if you're guaranteeing the money that it's not three years in the two years to five years. And yet we could what three years didn't work out three years it will be created numerous believe that you develop very animated. You know. Yeah I mean I like well. I guess I can't get what you in there you know again trial period so to speak at three year seventy million dollar. You know test blown the CP states LP and see if he still producing. The news saying guaranteed fifty million after that which is five for once money. Why would John again you'd think about it okay hometown discount know we heard the operator gets excited about it. to get past the idea of a hometown discount meeting complete insanity. Seventy million dollars even over a three years average dollars a lot of money. But it still. 50% of what can get out in the open market. You know why would I take seventy million guaranteed even for three years when I could just double that six years guaranteed at 140 million. You know six I can get that extra seventy million dollars over three more seasons just to go out in the open market. That would be a great team friendly kind of idea but Lester were being eyed Joseph and Wakefield once the way HL. What they've done so much for the in the you know 78 years. That burning up I don't know are already up at. I agree with UN and the injury concern for me is that they're now we are talking about Clay Buchholz we'd be having added I merely different conversation. But with Lester even a year it was bad in 2012. Still pitch to plus innings. Yeah I mean you don't get a picture wondering about that party and you don't hate you guys brought there get a going to be offered. And I are I think I really like the attitude that you just want the behavior I don't understand why the Internet situation black. We're not talking about giving the guy a 140. I'm not all that with the amount of money more book like the object audit. Well he had I think the Red Sox kind of Hewitt in the regard as well that's why I wasn't completely floored when he said OK if we here opera was the most that they had. I'll put out there by the time they broke off negotiations. But I'd be and neighbor of 400. Yell now and a and a big. Average annual value a Ford seventy for is an opera that you know the players get a that's an opera that it's designed to be turned out. Yeah independent though they looked like but based on the yacht I don't know it. All the the PR stunt getting negative PR because I think I had tickets ridiculous they have any Lester did lie to me if he blocks away at the end of the day. And and the Red Sox look back and in the end flick back and say. And they could of they could negotiate they could out of spring training but the only opera percent beat the teams the only one's gonna look bad that's an. Aerial my opinion darker integrated you know integrated I'm sorry you know it made it. It's the same age and it did Dustin Pedroia has I can't think of his name off my head to similar Pedroia as we negotiated down discounts the This situation it is thought here we cannot I mean update completely done park are now completely. It sounds like till the end of the season got to do have an exclusive negotiating window. Went thanks for the college and they've exclusive negotiating window with Lester. After the season is over and that it's free agency. But you know in my mind even if the Red Sox were come back with a big number in the fall. But it even gets to. Reagents even gets to the point were other teams are our ticketing contracts are offers a Lester you're probably spending more than what you have spent. It just get the deal done now. You just avoid any possibility any any chance did you rate in the another team another suitor and unlike David Ortiz we can't you know we had a debate about Ortiz is going to be even a market that is. And I thought maybe lot of people but absolutely now. That's fine with Lester there's no debate right. I mean when I can debate the fact that it thirty year old going on 31 year old lefty it's starting pitcher with a great post season track records that market. We know that that's the case there's going to be money thrown at this. So you have the opportunity. To not only negotiate exclusively with him up or you even touch or even Free agency. It to get an offer on the table to sign this guy if they're not able losing the player beat. I signing into a deal that maybe goes outside their comfort zone because now they worry about free agency not to worry about other offers them. You could have made a better fate in my mind decide than these reported figures in at these numbers are right you know he's not taking. It's an it's designed to be refused to keep brought out their deceit it's a hit proper. I don't think organ necessarily buy that I think that this mark baseball banner that. That they and as long as you're in line with keeping Lester some cables don't want that at any high price and that's fine that's your opinion I disagree by. It any band that wants Jon Lester back is valued at his team. It and understand just what the market is looking for the seventy's at It's an insult. Text messages committed 37937. AT&T like. Texas is Red Sox have too many pitches in the system they had the upper hand. Now that it's does its thing is too many pitchers in this is have a lot of starting pitching depth they have a lot of potential. As allowed by hope and is better than Jon Lester obese Kerr shot why not. But you know what you have in Jon Lester. You don't know what you have yet Henry and that goes to my point of if you're gonna have some of these cost control pre arbitration arbitration guys up. Lester got the money to do. He could have a a lot of money coming off the books over the next read of where years. Yet a pitcher John Lackey threw for 500000 dollars on next season. In NA and it not a salary cap sport but it sport I care about a 189 million dollar luxury tax threshold for the at least they're from last. I that to take three years the market's already at five to six. years as Lester won't get 140 on the open market I disagree I think he will. I the Texas is give Lester one of these two deals. Or for a hundred or seven and 12611. if the offer candidate for for a hundred then I would say you know the Sox made an effort. They made shots try to sign him and take battled down discounted terms of the year when it for par seventy it. and a few text is going back to a couple calls as a wide world Lester take three year deal and a trial period. We can get five years guaranteed and I completely agree this is an interesting text here get this one before the break. I you know I'm not entirely sure why everyone has the phrase 110 for five I should get it done because he had no idea. What will get it done in theory. Yet that would be a hometown discount. 111 for five years an option six and eight I have no way of knowing. Whether that would get it done so he's looking at 5110. I just keep coming back that number because I look at. What the market would probably and keep going back to guys like Cole Hamels you know reasonable comparable to last year's regular season numbers I see six. In 144. EC 23 and change per year so take roughly that average annual value. 43 in his case it's going to take a year back it five years old hometown discount. But he's not leaving and and the billions of dollars That's why I come back to that number I'll get it done I have no idea what I'd be willing to go to say. 150 over 520 million a year probably. Start pushing diablo or we'll talk. You see what the number but a number I have in mind. And a lot of people have in mind they think 22 million a year twenty to 22 million a year years and college day. Five years a 10210 million dollars 6177797937. The point though I had no idea we don't know. What gets I can tell you this though. Ward seven he doesn't get it on told you that before knowing. That that was the for the Jon Lester turned out we get back to your calls coming up next we'll talk war. A Red Sox get to the Bruins as well and what touch and the Celtics before the end of the show as well get to 4 o'clock Chris Blondie with Sports Radio. WE yeah.
Villani doesn't understand the Red Sox' approach to the negotiations with Jon Lester for an extension. Sure, you have to start somewhere, but their offer was so off base, it was almost insulting. He wonders if the Red Sox truly want Lester in the future and if they don't, WHY!?!
The Red Sox will have the proverbial log jam in the outfield when Shane Victorino returns - what should they do? Send Jackie Bradley back down, make a trade or something else...Butch and Buck discuss.
Transcript - will not be 100% accurate
There is there's no easy way to do this and this is going to be much clone here than I intended it to be but we're talking about trainers and training staff and I think it's the appropriate time for us to to mark the passing of of a guy -- didn't know much better than I do. But I knew him as well he was the equipment manager for the patriots even when I was doing the games and number of years ago. -- brochure passed away New Year's Day in the very early morning hours of New Year's today. Fought a valiant fight with leukemia ultimately lost that fight the patriots. Will be wearing a yet commemorative. Sticker on their helmets. Bill Belichick had very emotional this week I thought when he was in any opened his press conference without being asked talking about Donny and what he had meant. Think about this 41 years. In one organization 41 years in in any walk of life in any job. To be in one place and do and do it it's an indication of how well he did it and how well thought out he was and you guys -- much better -- an idea. Yeah I mister Kraft yesterday at the ceremony actually talked quite a bit about some numbers from the Munich in this game we often get too tied up in -- -- yards the personal those kinds of things. And he rambled through some of the numbers that the brooch was involved than just the numbers of games disguise appoint -- number consecutive this and that. In some of the things that that he's done in his career. The things that are not lauded the thing you know that is not you know it's not glamorous work when he was a rock and an organization a guy that we all love. The consistency model and I think it if you look at promised organization one of the one of the the standards the things that they really appreciate the really gonna come about for you guys are consistent I mean and had a guy that is always there that always books or that's always selfless and that was -- And put together the string of consistency and production of fact I had. You can't get there without just selflessness and I think four years I mean richest in -- That the organizations -- -- this has nothing to do with that the crash of Belgian business moves through several organizations several let me ownership group ownership groups he was here through at all. He's got we love these guys that you know always busting my balls because I was one of the guys that would like to uses little equipment as possible and -- would always try to known all you need a little more than so that he always knew what was best warrior. But I think it's something you take for granted I think there's a lot of teams -- that you know -- as forthcoming with. You know given their guards in the best position I mean I Don always had your best interest in horror he always is trying to fit he was some from the would be. A little better fit a little wider if you needed it you always felt like you were the most repair on the field -- the guy across from you and Donnie was a big part of it was a war. It's spoke volumes to me is a person. I've been knowing him for thirteen fourteen years. To walk into the memorial serves -- Syrian. Seat amount of people. This showed up for this equipment manager that. Who we feel very very. You know emotional about. 441 years -- seed they'll Hmong people who showed open to listen to some of the stories. There will say about about this man about his life. Immunity in that account through it it in the two Morse to listen to his wife. Speaking in. Speak freely. Happily. About her husband but his life. And by how he lived his life. And the wanting she theater he's there was that. While not going to leave you this panic you know alive I'm going to die one day after live my life. I've lived the life I wanted to live and happy and content. You know content to live via alive and I know as a young guy coming in. You always understand. A person which never could figure out who. And brochure world. You have former players they come in and talk to you about this day care you how are you know. He's not gonna give you this in the equipment room he's not gonna give you that their criminal. He's gonna keep everything to himself he's got a Beck wrong what all the equipment bags there if you want something from 1986. He had a -- he wants the whole picture is -- yes -- was bros and the great thing if he actually did have more to the little stuff at you you know it was awesome and we talked about in the media we've that we talked to him real briefly but yet -- that the -- collection. Yeah I was always tell us what history what effect does more to -- collection in you could go back there and not just. Like stuff that was created you know twenty minutes ago an old style you know -- only he actually had the old chargers helmet -- it was passed meaning to look into it. Is dead just a collection of football memorabilia as long as he's been there. You would think that he has. Collection of players that top ten list of players that has going and I'm pretty sure he'd be pretty sure he doesn't his mind. -- -- Which you would never. Ever hear him go to a guy. As a -- It was always work and you respected that about him until one day last year during the summer. Could never forgive this and I would never forget this because I never really thought that he. Talked a whole lot because he did notice it was it was talking -- -- unless it was about. Equipment -- business or something you didn't give much are we were red. -- deported for someone and his wife. And his wife would bury me in my wife was there and he started talking to me and we had about a 1015 -- counties -- this was -- for me. Recreate the locker Waltham we never had a long conversation. He actually told me he's like Kevin. I just want lets you know that you on one of the this list if ever. -- is doing preaches about wow. And who did -- for me. From this guy. Who has been here. For debt -- That meant a whole lot that -- they will when I came here I want it to be where I left an impression on affairs in the ring. And to leave that impression -- of rain like that guided actually works in the program. That will provide. So I think when when we think of the New England Patriots ever secede from their perspective we're live in those locker rooms but I think of the patriots. You know of course I think of course Belichick in the logo and mister Kraft and things like that but you often think of all the guys we -- on a daily basis the equipment guys the video guys Jimmy. George all the guys that we deal with on a database is Nancy Meyer of the foreign office of people PR mean the poles -- -- patriots to us in on those of the people that. That we I'd love to see that they they want with a sticker I think it's such a classy move because it doesn't say that the only you know it just the -- And on to you giving it'll go and and -- names I'm glad to you what we do as it. As a player that -- for Bill Belichick and is going to be perfect. Goes on build up build a little being. And those -- the little things those people you just named. All the little things and organizations that nobody knows about a -- that nobody understands what they do for us. As a person that actually has to go dated date in -- doing and pay to. -- and make your life easy Mitchell left -- blighted Donnie was really great to reduce heat. He was encyclopedic community there was another forty years he was quiet when he would when he would talk there were there were gold you know. And -- he wants told me a story about Russ Francis and Ross was you know all this all time tight end you know just. All American athlete YE a whole thing like he's just. This super human guy in the wave brought to tell stories about a -- you know kind of opened have to build the legend. He would come in a -- was was a javelin in college slick head damn near Olympic level kind of like all American could throw the -- and the feeling anything he would have done just couldn't go to class athletic to space right now and so and he would tells Donnie told the story and I had heard this through other channels. In its sound McConnell like that you know in Jolly Green Giant brand new issue of former players thing like you know how big official I kept I think. Well there would say that Russia France is controlled football you know clear over the mountain like the -- -- Napoleon died and it's it's uncle Rico Rico exactly. But the broached confirmed forming in Coleman -- story were where. Ross would stand on his pursuit on his knees of the goal line. And could throw a football from his knees from that sort of javelin motion is for his most of the quarterbacks and team could still outstanding he would tell stories work. He would stand into the sort of javelin throw the football that would be is as impressive as any quarterback in pro ball. And juicy -- is eyes light up that was elected -- -- she's got perspective he's got. Forty years of players and also it's not nothing needs to be moved by the little things what we see something special. Again I would like to open -- by the -- we can really tell yard so to me that was. -- to be -- -- pictures that these two -- of humor -- of -- and out of -- important people allowed to Super Bowl -- with the the managers trainers though did you guys if it's amazing us all with rings all held an insane -- that organization that's why it's a special added to games down there for three years a number of years ago. And in Europe all the pain that was when the media could go to all the practices and I was all the practices and it was at Bryant. And every day I'd say hello in 08 Tony I don't. Said hello. Nothing else and I think that with me every morning because I -- when they first guy I thought it immediately to shall have to. If I expected -- -- office could you be in office republicanism in the early in the morning. This would be like 63615. He's in there and I'm walking you know -- Morning -- are you going and morning morning I -- -- -- -- she drew -- this week in an office yes there was I was there yesterday's news out there.
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Mut, Merloni and Christian Fauria reflect on the tragic events on April 15th 2013 at the Boston Marathon and discuss how the city has changed.
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Nifty jumps on the Planet for an hour.
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