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In his last 14 games, Middlebrooks is hitting .265/.308/.429 with five doubles and a homer -- not exactly Mike Schmidt in his prime, but a notable departure from the depths of his April struggles, and enough to push the young third baseman
Mikey, Ryder and Lenny are talking about the Red Sox and their expectations for the season and Mikey ups his win prediction for the Sox.
average in the same season just once it borders on the incomprehensible. Think about it: Willie McCovey, Jim Rice , Mike Schmidt , Don Mattingly , Barry Bonds , Frank Thomas , Rafael Palmeiro , Eddie Murray , George Brett, Albert Pujols , Larry
Well, that doesn’t do, either, right? Does anyone have an answer? Didn’t think so. Mike Schmidt (and I'm starting to think that Schmidt 's 500th homer was the final historic regular-season homer of the pre-Conte era) retired
You can look at [ Mike ] Schmidt ’s career or George Brett ..... the ensemble yielded a Hall of Famer in Robinson. Of these ..... will not be getting a Hall of Famer (though it is worth ..... and to compare him to Schmidt or Brett or Boggs is
Rice). And Rice wasn’t in the same universe as Mike Schmidt and George Brett. But you have to remember RBI ..... and you feel safe voting him in. But if Jim Rice is a Hall of Famer than I want Dick Allen in (57 th all-time in career
a first ballot Hall of Famer if he tweaks ..... DiMaggio A-Rod Schmidt I do like that ..... Brett Brett was a Hall of Famer by the time was ..... these guys: 1. Schmidt 2. Pete Rose 3. Reggie ..... Cobretti. 5. Mike Schmidt Could be I’m
overall to become an All-Star when he was selected in 2009. He earned the honor again in 2011, when he also won the Mike Schmidt Player of the Year Award from the Philadelphia chapter of the BBWAA. Victorino earned Rawlings Gold Gloves three
up. It’s not Bud’s fault. It’s not [former commissioner A. Bartlett Giamatti's] fault. It’s not Mike Schmidt ’s fault or Johnny Bench’s fault. I’m the one who screwed up. And if I’m ever given a second chance, all I
up. It’s not Bud’s fault. It’s not [former commissioner A. Bartlett Giamatti 's] fault. It’s not Mike Schmidt ’s fault or Johnny Bench ’s fault. I’m the one who screwed up. And if I’m ever given a second chance, all I can
home runs: 58 – Cody Ross, Marlins, 2008, May 66 – Mike Schmidt , Phillies, 1976, April 72 – Bob Bailey, Expos ..... plate appearances; 2) Every player on this list except Schmidt either plays or played for the Red Sox at some point
former Red Sox outfielder Dwight Evans, while positioning Beltre as a player who bears comparisons to Hall of Famers Mike Schmidt , Paul Molitor and George Brett. He described an unprecedented level of interest in Beltre’s services. “I would
Pete joined the show to discuss Tebow's signing with the Patriots. He said that Tim Tebow cant play and that he has trouble learning NFL playbooks.
On this episode of the It Is What It Is Cast, Chris Price talks with the Boston Herald's Jeff P Howe about the Patriots offseason, Rob Gronkowski's back surgery, Danny Amendola replacing Wes Welker, and how this seasons team will stack up against last seasons.
In the latest edition of the It Is What It Is Cast, Chris Price talks with Will Carroll. Injury expert and lead writer for Sports Medicine, Bleacher Report. They talk about the injury to Rob Gronkowski and what his back surgery could mean for his season.
Stephen A. joined the show to discuss the status of trade negotiations between the Clippers and the Celtics. Stephen said that it is a 50-50 proposition that Doc ends up in Los Angeles.
Grande and Max take more calls on the Celtics and discuss what lies ahead for Doc Rivers with Steve Bulpett.
Long-time Celtics beat-writer Steve Bulpett calls Grande and Max to discuss Doc, the C's and what the future looks like for the Green Team.
John Farrell postgame press conference
Dave O'Brien talked to John Farrell before the last game of the Baltimore series. The skipper said that the Sox have played tough through this stretch of long games.
Jonny Gomes talked to Joe Castiglione & Dave O'Brien after the third game of the Baltimore series. The Sox slugger hit a homer and scored two runs in the win.
Andy Brickley joins Mut and Merloni in studio to take phone calls from the listeners and to preview Game 3 of the Stanley Cup.
Hour 1 of Brickley in studio with Mut and Merloni have the three taking phone calls, recapping Game 2, and discussing Mike Milbury's comments on Jagr.
Shawn joined the show to discuss the teams OT win in Chicago. Shawn said that there was a heated discussion during the first intermission Saturday night in Chicago after the teams poor first period.
Shawn joined the show to discuss the Bruins' OT win in Chicago. Shawn said that there was a heated discussion during the first intermission Saturday night in Chicago after the team's poor first period.
Don Cherry joined the show to discuss the Cup finals. He said that he still thinks the Bruins will win the series over Chicago. Grapes added that he would not give Evgeni Malkin a dime and called him a loser.
It all started when McNeil and Spiegel from The Score in Chicago called Boston people drunks and called Fenway a "dump." Knowing that McNeil and Speigel weren't interested in talking to them on air, Lou called in to their show anyway. At first they were afraid, but they finally succumbed to the pressure.
We talk all Bruins, all the time with the man himself, Jack Edwards from NESN gets us ready for game three and beyond.
Four guys, four topics we haven't yet touched upon today. TO visits Ocho, Bob Costas has enough smarm for us all, stupid beauty pageant contestants and more.
We talk about the Bruins big showdown with the Blackhawks tonight at the Garden with the lovely and knowledgeable Kathryn Tappen of the NHL Network.
Mikey gets a surprise call from Bernie Carbo, they talk about old time baseball and Bernie's new book.
Mikey talks with Tom and Luke about their new movie, Plimpton! and finds out what it was like to try to encapsulate everything Plimpton accomplished during his life.
Today on the Daily Planet, the Red Sox and Yankees face off in the Bronx, Claude Julien doesn't want players wasting energy, and Dwight Howard and free agency.
Both Xander Bogaerts and Anthony Ranaudo punctuated their strong 2013 seasons with head-turning events on June 13. On that day, Bogaerts, the Red Sox' top prospect, was promoted from Double-A Portland Pawtucket, with the 20-year-old becoming one of the youngest position players in the affiliate's history. On that same day, right-hander Anthony Ranaudo punched out 13 batters for Double-A Portland, the most strikeouts by a Red Sox minor leaguer since Jon Lester in 2005. They joined Minor Details to discuss both those accomplishments and their seasons to date.More from this show