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Butch and DJ continue their preview of Game 2 between the Bruins and Red Wings in Boston later today.
We discuss the Red Sox after our interview with John Farrell, and Dustin Pedroia in the lead-off position has become a hot topic.
shortstop's plea to shave off his dreadlocks upon joining New York only to be cut by the team a week later.) And maybe the Mets ' David Wright , another designated captain, can emerge as something more than just a figurehead when it comes to captaining
performance if injuries to one of the starting five members of the rotation creates a need. Over the last three years with the Mets (2011) and Dodgers (2012-13), he's 27-31 with a 4.15 ERA (an ERA+ of 89, suggesting an ERA that is about 10
complement to Bradley. That helps to explain the Sox' interest in free agent outfielder Chris Young before he signed with the Mets . If Ellsbury returns, then the Sox are in reasonably good shape in terms of their center field depth thanks to Bradley
one-year, $14.1 million offer without batting an eye. After all, 15 years ago, Mike Piazza set a record by agreeing with the Mets to a $13 million a year salary. Then, the $14.1 million that represented a qualifying offer to the top tier of this winter's
totaled eight home runs with a .435 batting average and 1.557 OPS. The result? A seven-year, $119 million deal from the Mets . Beltran will once again be a free agent after this season, and when he hits the market, selling the 36-year-old will
users, check the website to see the videos): Braves shortstop Andrelton Simmons slips while fielding a grounder against the Mets but still throws out the runner from deep short while on his knees. Energetic Western Michigan football coach P.J. Fleck
sure that they even have a quality backup in the system.” On the Blue Jays’ system in the aftermath of the 2012 trades with the Mets (to acquire R.A. Dickey) and Marlins (to land Mark Buehrle and Jose Reyes ): “They really gutted the system. ... They
Former Red Sox pitcher Frank Viola , now a Triple-A pitching coach for the Mets , was resting comfortably in the hospital after successful heart surgery Wednesday, the Mets announced. Viola, who pitched for the Twins, Mets, Red Sox, Reds
previous start against the Cardinals. He had no walks and eight K’s in Saturday’s game. He pitched in seven games for the Mets last season, going 3-3 with a 4.42 ERA and 1.24 WHIP. Jenrry Mejia , a 24-year-old right-hander who was limited
the website to see the videos): Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton crushes a 500-foot home run in Monday’s game against the Mets . From the same game, a fan abandons his son in a rolling stroller in an attempt to retrieve a baseball. Suns forward P
WEEI.com's Mike Petraglia and Christopher Price discuss Logan Mankins' breakdown of the offensive line and how it will look without Dante Scarnecchia. They also discussed Mankins' rebuttal to Brandon Spikes.
WEEI.com's Mike Petraglia and Chris Price discuss Bill Parcells' Patriots Hall of Fame candidacy.
Tom Curran calls the show to discuss the Vince Wilfork contract situation. After texting with Vince this morning, Curran says that Vince's camp is possibly trying to put the "genie back in the lamp" and that the possibility of the Pro Bowl DT returning to the team has improved.
We wrap up the Celtics season by speaking with Celtics president Danny Ainge about this past season and the team's future.
Celtics owner Wyc Grousbeck joins Mut and Merloni to discuss and reflect on the Boston Marathon Bombings a year later.
Jackie MacMullan talks some Celtics with Mut and Merloni as the season is winding down and the team is positioned to have a high draft pick.
UConn Point Guard, Shabazz Napier joined the guys for a half inning and talked about his experiences in college, his reasoning behind completing his education, and growing up in Boston.
Joe & Rob talked to Jonny Gomes after the dramatic run-off win at Fenway over the Orioles.
Dave O'Brien and Joe Castiglione talk with Red Sox catcher, David Ross, who had the go-ahead RBI tonight as the Red Sox beat the White Sox behind a brilliant pitching performance from Jon Lester.
Pierre McGuire of NBC Sports joins the program to talk about Game 3 between the Bruins and the Red Wings. He also discusses the issue of targeting player and weighs in on Matt Cooke's vicious knee hit to Tyson Barrie.
Dale and Michael speak with Patrice Bergeron on the phone from Detroit on Marathon Monday fresh off a Bruins optional skate. Patrice talks about the B's slow start in game one, putting it all together for the team in game two, how the rest of this series might play out, and what this anniversary of the Boston Marathon means to him.
Thornton joins Dino and Gerry to recap Games 1 and 2, discuss Brendan Smith challenging Chara, and preview Game 3 in Detroit.
Dave called in to discuss the epic Boston Marathon.
The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane. Today the guys discussed David Gregory's tanking Meet The Press ratings.
The guys opened the show by discussing yesterday's Boston Marathon and Kirk's run.
Mut and Merloni discuss the latest brawl between the Milwaukee Brewers and the Pittsburgh Pirates
Pierre McGuire of NBC Sports joins the program to talk about the creativity of Red Wings coach Mike Babcock as well as the potential for physical play in the series.
We discuss the return of Jacoby Ellsbury to Fenway Park, including why he left Boston, and what the crowd reaction will be for him.
We check in with Mr. Bean live from the D to preview two games of Bruins-Wings action.
We discuss the harsh start by Clay Buchholz, and how the turnaround from last season's start has been disturbing to watch if you're a Sox fan/
Nifty jumps on the Planet for an hour.
Lou Merloni did play-by-play with Joe Castiglione today and then joined The Planet Mikey Show to talk about what went wrong, and a few things that went right as the Red Sox started their campaign to defend their World Series title.
WEEI.com's Chris Price joins John Ryder and Chris Villani on Planet Mikey to discuss the signing of Revis Island
The 4th addition of WEEI’s Fantasy Football Offseason Podcast is loaded and ready. In this week’s conversation Jim Hackett and Pete Davidson of Rotobahn.com dig into the sinking draft stock of Teddy Bridgewater (much too their chagrin), while refocusing and emphasizing the immense scouting work done by Pete on players like Bridgewater, Zach Mettenberger, Blake Bortles, Bishop Sankey & Lache Seastrunk. Also, Jim & Pete touch on news from around the league regarding new Jet, Chris Johnson, Montee Ball in Denver and help you tune out all of the negative noise some in the media are trying to push. We’re not buying! Lots of Football love in this podcast for the Football lover. Enjoy!
Greg Wyshynski of Yahoo! Sports joins DJ to break down the first-round matchup between the Bruins and Red Wings. Also discussed is Zdeno Chara's Norris candidacy, transparency with voting for the NHL awards and whether the Canadiens will get out of the first round.
The Red Sox' High-A minor league team in Salem recently had a 16-game winning streak that spanned two seasons. So what? From the standpoint of making prospects better and fostering player development, does that matter? Salem manager Carlos Febles (who managed Salem for the end of their winning streak, but who was also in charge of a 50-87 Single-A Greenville team in 2013) and Salem radio play-by-play man Evan Lepler discuss -- while also touching on a number of prospects in search of the next Earl Weaver and Vinegar Bend Mizell.
With the season over, Chris Forsberg says the Celtics accomplished what they intended to this year. He also gets into what Rajon Rondo may be thinking heading into his last year in his contract. Danny Ainge has a plan and it'll be interesting to see how this off-season develops.More from this show
The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane. Today the guys discussed David Gregory's tanking Meet The Press ratings.More from this show
Dale and Michael talk about what Marathon Monday means for them, the tremendous amount of people and positivity today in the Back Bay, and then Kirk Minihane, fresh off 26.2 miles stops by to recap a great experience in today's marathon.More from this show