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The Adam Jones Show
Christian Arcand: Red Sox Lose Game 6 // Where It Went Wrong For Red Sox // Jason Mastrodonato - 10/23/2021 (Hour 1)

The Adam Jones Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 42:25


(0:00) Arcand opens Saturday's show giving his eulogy to the 2021 Boston Red Sox after they lost Game 6 last night and drop the ALCS to the Houston Astros. (12:06) Arcand discusses where it all went wrong with the Red Sox in the ALCS. (23:47) Jason Mastrodonato from the Boston Herald joins the show to give his closing thoughts on the 2021 Red Sox.

The Adam Jones Show
Jason Mastrodonato Joins The Show – 10/21/21

The Adam Jones Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 11:28


Jason Mastrodonato of the Boston Herald calls in to discuss everything Red Sox. He gives his take on the ALCS so far and what to expect out of Game 6 with the Sox on the brink of elimination.

Toucher & Rich
Laz Diaz's Umpiring // Jason Mastrodonato joins the show // Drunken Red Sox Recaps - 10/20 (Hour 2)

Toucher & Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 41:52


(0:00) Looking at the job done by Laz Diaz behind the plate in game 4 of the ALCS last night.  (15:35) Jason Mastrodonato of The Boston Herald joins the show to discuss the Red Sox and the Astros in the ALCS.  (29:04) Drunken Red Sox recaps following Game 4 of the ALCS.

Toucher & Rich
Red Sox vs Astros ALCS // Andrew Callahan joins the show // Mac Jones - 10/18 (Hour 2)

Toucher & Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 43:30


(0:00) Looking at the first two games of the ALCS that has the Red Sox and Astros tied at one game apiece.  (12:18) Andrew Callahan of The Boston Herald joins the show to discuss the Patriots. (28:14) Looking at Mac Jones and his rookie season so far.

Planet Porky
225: If the (shower) cap fits...

Planet Porky

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 53:30


Mike Parry and Lesley-Ann Jones return for the latest look at Life on Planet Porky, the podcast that takes an alternative approach to the big news and showbiz stories of the week. Those topics include: Tramp the nightclub, trying to renew your passport, Wayne Rooney's private life, Paul Simon, the possibility of another winter of discontent, coal, chasing Angela Rippon around, the Boston Herald, filing cabinets, Porky's increasingly expensive dental work, Billy Preston becoming the fifth Beatle, the Fab Four's tea drinking, collecting things from hotels, hope for the future of Sydney, and Porky's Australian adventures. It's the podcast that's just as big on the other side of the world (whichever side you're on), it's Life on Planet Porky.   Follow the show on Twitter: @PlanetPorky or Mike is: @MikeParry8 while you can find Lesley-Ann: @LAJwriter. Or you can email us questions or comments to: planetporkypod@gmail.com. We'd love to hear from you! 

This Is For Us: An Asian American Podcast
Joon Lee (ESPN Staff Writer) - Making A Difference In The World of Major League Sports (Being One Of A Handful Of Asian Americans Sportswriters In Professional Sports, How Big Sports Culture Is In Boston, Going One On One With Stephen A. Smith & More)

This Is For Us: An Asian American Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 36:20


For today's Spotlight episode, I'm excited to welcome Joon Lee to the show.Joon Lee is a Major League Baseball writer for ESPN.com. He regularly hosts BBTN Live (Baseball Tonight Live), ESPN's streamed pregame show and has contributed to ESPN's MLB game telecasts. Before ESPN, Lee covered the NFL, NBA, MLB, sneakers, fashion, pop culture, and the Olympics at Bleacher Report. He also worked for The Washington Post and Boston Herald and has had bylines in The Ringer, S.B. Nation, and The Hardball Times. In 2018, Lee was named a Media Rising Star by Folio Magazine.Most recently, Joon was on live television to address insensitive comments made by Stephen A Smith on Angel's Player Shohei Ohtani on how a player who needs a translator can't be the face of the MLB. Today's focus is on Joon himself and his exciting journey to America and how he's been able to make his way to become one of a handful of Asian American sportswriters in major league sports. In this episode, we discuss:- Living in Boston as a Korean immigrant- How influential sports culture is in Boston compared to other places in the U.S.- When Joon realized he wanted a career in sports.- How the opportunity to speak with Stephen A. Smith about his comments on Shohei Ohtani came about- Wanting to make a difference and have an impact in professional sports- Have you always been vocal?- Joon landing his dream job and living the American dream- The best piece of advice- Where Joon sees himself in the next five years. You can follow Joon Lee on Instagram at @joon.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/asianmenswear)

Toucher & Rich
Facebook Outage // Jason Mastrodonato Joins Toucher & Rich // Urban Meyer Update - 10/4 (Hour 3)

Toucher & Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 41:57


(00:00) Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger were down for several hours on Monday. (18:04) Jason Mastrodonato covers the Boston Red Sox for the Boston Herald and joins Toucher & Rich to talk about tonight's AL Wild Card Game between the Red Sox and Yankees. (35:05) There's an update to the Urban Meyer story after a viral video surfaced over the weekend that showed a young woman dancing close to his lap at his restaurant. Watch Toucher & Rich every morning on Twitch! Watch them live or whenever you want: Twitch.tv/thesportshub

Toucher & Rich
“Shwartzy” Joins Toucher & Rich // Boston Herald's Andrew Callahan // Steve Belichick's Tongue - 10/4  (Hour 2)

Toucher & Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 41:45


(00:00) “Schwartzy” Joins Toucher & Rich (14:48) Andrew Callahan covers the New England Patriots for the Boston Herald. He joins Toucher & Rich to share his thoughts and takeaways from last night's game between the Bucs & Patriots. (32:35) Steve Belichick's tongue will haunt your dreams. Watch Toucher & Rich every morning on Twitch! Watch them live or whenever you want: Twitch.tv/thesportshub

Patriots Playbook
Patriots Playbook 9/30: Buccaneers Preview and NFL Week 4 Predictions

Patriots Playbook

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 122:27


Tune-in as John Rooke preview Patriots - Buccaneers with Erik Scalavino from Patriots.com, Karen Guregian from the Boston Herald and Greg Auman (covers the Bucs) from the Athletic. Plus, Russell Baxter from ProFootballGuru.com joins us in the second hour to preview NFL Week 4 and offer a few predictions.

Felger & Massarotti
Hardcore Baseball: Red Sox playoff fate hangs in the balance

Felger & Massarotti

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 33:17


Matt McCarthy and Jason Mastrodonato of the Boston Herald preview the final week of the baseball season. They discuss how the schedule positions the Red Sox to make the Wild Card game, what the consequences should be if they fail to get a spot, and whether the Yankees or the Blue Jays would be a better matchup in the one-game playoff. 

The Baseball Hour with Tony Mazz
Hardcore Baseball: Red Sox playoff fate hangs in the balance

The Baseball Hour with Tony Mazz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 33:17


Matt McCarthy and Jason Mastrodonato of the Boston Herald preview the final week of the baseball season. They discuss how the schedule positions the Red Sox to make the Wild Card game, what the consequences should be if they fail to get a spot, and whether the Yankees or the Blue Jays would be a better matchup in the one-game playoff. 

The Opperman Report'
Did An O.J. Simpson Accomplice confess?

The Opperman Report'

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 60:07


There's a script circulating in Hollywood about the night of June 12, 1994. It begins in the affluent Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles. The narrator, an ex-con from Miami named Charlie, approaches a cottage-style mansion on Rockingham Avenue and sees O.J. Simpson chipping golf balls on the lawn behind the gate.The man calls out "Juice!" and Simpson welcomes him through the gate.Simpson's happy to see his friend, but Charlie's here on business. He says "Joey" sent him to collect cocaine debts, many of them related to the celebrity football player's ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and more so, her best friend, Faye Resnick.Simpson reacts with fury to being squeezed for money, and the target of that anger is Brown. He's scheduled to leave for the airport in less than an hour for a flight to Chicago, but Simpson decides he's going to confront his ex-wife at her home on Bundy Drive.I supportNew Times Broward-Palm BeachNew Times Broward-Palm BeachLocalCommunityJournalismSupport the independent voice of South Florida and help keep the future of New Times free.Support UsWith Charlie in tow, he drives his white Ford Bronco to the alley behind Brown's home, where blood is soon spilled in great quantity.The premise might sound preposterous. The history of that terrible night has long been seared into America's consciousness. There wasn't some Miami mob grunt with O.J. Simpson the night Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman were brutally knifed to death. The Los Angeles Police Department and District Attorney's Office couldn't have missed that Simpson had an accomplice, could they?Charlie is based on a real Miamian, Charles "Charlie" Ehrlich, an ex-drug trafficker and longtime manager at Dean's Gold, a glitzy strip club on 163rd Street and Biscayne Boulevard in North Miami Beach. If fiction is the lie through which we tell the truth, then the script, titled Juiced, after Simpson's nickname, may shed new light on the events of that gruesome night. Or it could be an elaborate ploy to profit off one of the most notorious crimes in history.Fact or fiction, it's one of those outlandish tales where the deeper you dig, the less crazy it seems.CharlieDenizens of Dean's Gold might notice a roundish, 67-year-old bald guy walking around the place like he owns it. Charles Ehrlich doesn't own the club, but he's helped run it for years.These days, Ehrlich is head of marketing and promotion, routinely posing for social-media photos. He cozies up to exotic dancers at the bar. He flashes his grin in the parking lot with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Rob Corddry after the pair shot some scenes for an episode of the HBO show Ballerz. He shares a laugh with Dennis Rodman.In older photos that have nothing to do with Dean's, Ehrlich smiles with his longtime friend O.J. Simpson. While his presence on the night of the murders is open for debate, he was definitely with Simpson during the sports-memorabilia robbery in Las Vegas in 2007 that landed the former football star in prison for nine years. Ehrlich was also convicted in the case but did no jail time. He still sounds defensive about it."O.J. did nine years for something he should have done six months for," he says.As for his own involvement, he says he was present during the impromptu hotel-room heist only because Simpson was a friend and asked him to come along."I made a mistake," Ehrlich says. "I never should have been in that room. Hindsight is 20/20. It was dumb. It was stupid. I never should have been there."He told a similar story during interviews with CNN, ABC, and other news outlets when Simpson was up for parole and eventually freed in 2017. "If it's believed" — "it" being the 'Juiced' version of the murder — "it immediately puts [Charlie] in prison. There's no statute of limitations on murder. Hence our dilemma." tweet this But when it comes to the reason for this phone call — the night of June 12, 1994 — Ehrlich clams up tighter than a cherrystone."I don't want to go there, no disrespect," he says. "I don't want to talk about the past. That's the past. I don't want to go there."Yet Juiced, a copy of which New Times obtained from a self-described whistleblower, is filled with information about Ehrlich's past. The script recounts a childhood in Manhattan with a stepfather tied to mobster Meyer Lansky and the underworld. After some trouble with police as a teen, he's exiled to Miami, where he quickly becomes involved in the drug trade, gets the street name "Charlie Tuna" and eventually serves time in prison before going to LA.The script's author is a Los Angeles film producer named Erik Laibe. Reached by phone, Laibe says he optioned the story from Ehrlich about five years ago and owns the story rights for the next five years as well. He says he's still "vetting" Ehrlich's claims. He declined to speak in any detail with New Times, warning of an intellectual-property lawsuit if the paper reported on the script."It's an interesting mental exercise," says Laibe of trying to determine Erhlich's involvement, or lack thereof, in the murders. "What the truth is — who knows?"Laibe points out the obvious: If Ehrlich truly was involved, he could face serious legal exposure."What is Charlie's motivation in all of this? Money," Laibe posits with certainty. "If it's believed" — "it" being the Juiced version of the murder — "it immediately puts [Charlie] in prison. There's no statute of limitations on murder. Hence our dilemma."In Laibe's view, Ehrlich's presence at the murder scene with O.J. "would be the biggest embarrassment to the LAPD and District Attorney's Office in the last 50 years."The whistleblower says it was the public import of the case that helped motivate the release of the script to New Times."You have to look at this story through the eyes of the victims and their families," says the source, who spoke on the condition that their name not be published. "They have a right to know, and a need to know, and there's a public-safety issue."O.J. Simpson (left) and Charles Ehrlich (seated) in court for a preliminary hearing in Las Vegas in 2007 - PHOTO BY STEVE MARCUS/GETTY IMAGESO.J. Simpson (left) and Charles Ehrlich (seated) in court for a preliminary hearing in Las Vegas in 2007Photo by Steve Marcus/Getty ImagesThe story of Ehrlich's life in crime is a slippery one, but parts of it are verifiable. In the script, Charlie is busted for running a cocaine operation in Atlanta. That happened to Ehrlich in 1987. The prosecutor was a young DA named Nancy Grace. The future Court TV star wrote about Ehrlich's case in her 2005 book Objection! describing him as a "major drug distributor in the city.""When the police searched Charlie Tuna's apartment, things got even worse. They discovered that the place was wired, so he'd know if someone got in. Cops found a silencer in the closet," wrote Grace. "...This was a bad guy, and he has to be stopped from poisoning the streets of the city."Grace won a conviction; Charlie was sent to prison. In the script, Charlie says he served seven-and-a-half years of a 27-year sentence. Upon his release in the early '90s, Charlie describes meeting with a mobster pal named Joey Ippolito, who tells him he's expanding his cocaine trafficking operation and needs someone to help him do it. Charlie jumps at the chance, but there's a catch: He'll have to relocate to Los Angeles.The ScriptIn the script, Charlie describes how he helped Ippolito move cocaine from Miami to the West Coast and facilitate sales to wealthy clientele in LA."[D]ealing with the rich and famous moves a lot of product," Charlie narrates.The real-life Joey Ippolito — or Joey Ipp, as he was known — was indeed operating a major cocaine organization in Los Angeles at the time. In 1993 Ippolito was convicted in an FBI investigation called Operation Lasima (short for "Los Angeles Sicilian Mafia") and sentenced to ten years in prison.Yet Joey Ipp wasn't behind bars on the night of June 12, 1994. A month earlier, under mysterious circumstances, he was able to "walk away" from a federal prison camp in Pensacola, according to published reports.It's clear that Ippolito had ties to Simpson. The Boston Herald reported after the murders that the feds were aware of a relationship between Ippolito and Al Cowlings, Simpson's close friend and the driver of the white Bronco in the infamous slow-speed police chase that preceded Simpson's arrest. From the beginning, some suspected the murders may have been cocaine-related. During the trial, lead defense lawyer Johnnie Cochran posited a theory, without mentioning Ippolito by name, that Brown may have been killed by drug dealers in order to frighten her friend Faye Resnick, who was admittedly addicted to cocaine at that time. But the overwhelming DNA evidence of Simpson's own culpability in the murder made such speculation seem immaterial.In the script, Charlie meets Simpson at the Rockingham estate while working for Ippolito and the two become friends. In the narration, Charlie says Ippolito uses O.J. for "contacts" and that while Simpson isn't a drug dealer, Ippolito "takes care of him for let's just say facilitating deals." "I don't want to go there, no disrespect. I don't want to talk about the past. That's the past. I don't want to go there." tweet this The script has Charlie going to Simpson's house on June 12, 1994, to squeeze him for cocaine debts, sending the former NFL great into a rage."If it's about paying, the complication is that bitch Faye [Resnick]," the script has Simpson saying.As his anger builds, O.J. tells Charlie the two of them are going to drive the Bronco to Nicole's condo and "putting this on her." Cut to Nicole's house: two bodies, a "pool of dark liquid," and a bloody O.J. stripping off his clothes and handing them and the knife to a "mystery man."Charlie the narrator says he'll never reveal whether he is the mystery man, saying only, "

The Opperman Report
Did An O.J. Simpson Accomplice confess?

The Opperman Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 60:07


There's a script circulating in Hollywood about the night of June 12, 1994. It begins in the affluent Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles. The narrator, an ex-con from Miami named Charlie, approaches a cottage-style mansion on Rockingham Avenue and sees O.J. Simpson chipping golf balls on the lawn behind the gate. The man calls out "Juice!" and Simpson welcomes him through the gate. Simpson's happy to see his friend, but Charlie's here on business. He says "Joey" sent him to collect cocaine debts, many of them related to the celebrity football player's ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and more so, her best friend, Faye Resnick. Simpson reacts with fury to being squeezed for money, and the target of that anger is Brown. He's scheduled to leave for the airport in less than an hour for a flight to Chicago, but Simpson decides he's going to confront his ex-wife at her home on Bundy Drive. I support New Times Broward-Palm Beach New Times Broward-Palm Beach Local Community Journalism Support the independent voice of South Florida and help keep the future of New Times free. Support Us With Charlie in tow, he drives his white Ford Bronco to the alley behind Brown's home, where blood is soon spilled in great quantity. The premise might sound preposterous. The history of that terrible night has long been seared into America's consciousness. There wasn't some Miami mob grunt with O.J. Simpson the night Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman were brutally knifed to death. The Los Angeles Police Department and District Attorney's Office couldn't have missed that Simpson had an accomplice, could they? Charlie is based on a real Miamian, Charles "Charlie" Ehrlich, an ex-drug trafficker and longtime manager at Dean's Gold, a glitzy strip club on 163rd Street and Biscayne Boulevard in North Miami Beach. If fiction is the lie through which we tell the truth, then the script, titled Juiced, after Simpson's nickname, may shed new light on the events of that gruesome night. Or it could be an elaborate ploy to profit off one of the most notorious crimes in history. Fact or fiction, it's one of those outlandish tales where the deeper you dig, the less crazy it seems. Charlie Denizens of Dean's Gold might notice a roundish, 67-year-old bald guy walking around the place like he owns it. Charles Ehrlich doesn't own the club, but he's helped run it for years. These days, Ehrlich is head of marketing and promotion, routinely posing for social-media photos. He cozies up to exotic dancers at the bar. He flashes his grin in the parking lot with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Rob Corddry after the pair shot some scenes for an episode of the HBO show Ballerz. He shares a laugh with Dennis Rodman. In older photos that have nothing to do with Dean's, Ehrlich smiles with his longtime friend O.J. Simpson. While his presence on the night of the murders is open for debate, he was definitely with Simpson during the sports-memorabilia robbery in Las Vegas in 2007 that landed the former football star in prison for nine years. Ehrlich was also convicted in the case but did no jail time. He still sounds defensive about it. "O.J. did nine years for something he should have done six months for," he says. As for his own involvement, he says he was present during the impromptu hotel-room heist only because Simpson was a friend and asked him to come along. "I made a mistake," Ehrlich says. "I never should have been in that room. Hindsight is 20/20. It was dumb. It was stupid. I never should have been there." He told a similar story during interviews with CNN, ABC, and other news outlets when Simpson was up for parole and eventually freed in 2017. "If it's believed" — "it" being the 'Juiced' version of the murder — "it immediately puts [Charlie] in prison. There's no statute of limitations on murder. Hence our dilemma." tweet this But when it comes to the reason for this phone call — the night of June 12, 1994 — Ehrlich clams up tighter than a cherrystone. "I don't want to go there, no disrespect," he says. "I don't want to talk about the past. That's the past. I don't want to go there." Yet Juiced, a copy of which New Times obtained from a self-described whistleblower, is filled with information about Ehrlich's past. The script recounts a childhood in Manhattan with a stepfather tied to mobster Meyer Lansky and the underworld. After some trouble with police as a teen, he's exiled to Miami, where he quickly becomes involved in the drug trade, gets the street name "Charlie Tuna" and eventually serves time in prison before going to LA. The script's author is a Los Angeles film producer named Erik Laibe. Reached by phone, Laibe says he optioned the story from Ehrlich about five years ago and owns the story rights for the next five years as well. He says he's still "vetting" Ehrlich's claims. He declined to speak in any detail with New Times, warning of an intellectual-property lawsuit if the paper reported on the script. "It's an interesting mental exercise," says Laibe of trying to determine Erhlich's involvement, or lack thereof, in the murders. "What the truth is — who knows?" Laibe points out the obvious: If Ehrlich truly was involved, he could face serious legal exposure. "What is Charlie's motivation in all of this? Money," Laibe posits with certainty. "If it's believed" — "it" being the Juiced version of the murder — "it immediately puts [Charlie] in prison. There's no statute of limitations on murder. Hence our dilemma." In Laibe's view, Ehrlich's presence at the murder scene with O.J. "would be the biggest embarrassment to the LAPD and District Attorney's Office in the last 50 years." The whistleblower says it was the public import of the case that helped motivate the release of the script to New Times. "You have to look at this story through the eyes of the victims and their families," says the source, who spoke on the condition that their name not be published. "They have a right to know, and a need to know, and there's a public-safety issue." O.J. Simpson (left) and Charles Ehrlich (seated) in court for a preliminary hearing in Las Vegas in 2007 - PHOTO BY STEVE MARCUS/GETTY IMAGES O.J. Simpson (left) and Charles Ehrlich (seated) in court for a preliminary hearing in Las Vegas in 2007 Photo by Steve Marcus/Getty Images The story of Ehrlich's life in crime is a slippery one, but parts of it are verifiable. In the script, Charlie is busted for running a cocaine operation in Atlanta. That happened to Ehrlich in 1987. The prosecutor was a young DA named Nancy Grace. The future Court TV star wrote about Ehrlich's case in her 2005 book Objection! describing him as a "major drug distributor in the city." "When the police searched Charlie Tuna's apartment, things got even worse. They discovered that the place was wired, so he'd know if someone got in. Cops found a silencer in the closet," wrote Grace. "...This was a bad guy, and he has to be stopped from poisoning the streets of the city." Grace won a conviction; Charlie was sent to prison. In the script, Charlie says he served seven-and-a-half years of a 27-year sentence. Upon his release in the early '90s, Charlie describes meeting with a mobster pal named Joey Ippolito, who tells him he's expanding his cocaine trafficking operation and needs someone to help him do it. Charlie jumps at the chance, but there's a catch: He'll have to relocate to Los Angeles. The Script In the script, Charlie describes how he helped Ippolito move cocaine from Miami to the West Coast and facilitate sales to wealthy clientele in LA. "[D]ealing with the rich and famous moves a lot of product," Charlie narrates. The real-life Joey Ippolito — or Joey Ipp, as he was known — was indeed operating a major cocaine organization in Los Angeles at the time. In 1993 Ippolito was convicted in an FBI investigation called Operation Lasima (short for "Los Angeles Sicilian Mafia") and sentenced to ten years in prison. Yet Joey Ipp wasn't behind bars on the night of June 12, 1994. A month earlier, under mysterious circumstances, he was able to "walk away" from a federal prison camp in Pensacola, according to published reports. It's clear that Ippolito had ties to Simpson. The Boston Herald reported after the murders that the feds were aware of a relationship between Ippolito and Al Cowlings, Simpson's close friend and the driver of the white Bronco in the infamous slow-speed police chase that preceded Simpson's arrest. From the beginning, some suspected the murders may have been cocaine-related. During the trial, lead defense lawyer Johnnie Cochran posited a theory, without mentioning Ippolito by name, that Brown may have been killed by drug dealers in order to frighten her friend Faye Resnick, who was admittedly addicted to cocaine at that time. But the overwhelming DNA evidence of Simpson's own culpability in the murder made such speculation seem immaterial. In the script, Charlie meets Simpson at the Rockingham estate while working for Ippolito and the two become friends. In the narration, Charlie says Ippolito uses O.J. for "contacts" and that while Simpson isn't a drug dealer, Ippolito "takes care of him for let's just say facilitating deals." "I don't want to go there, no disrespect. I don't want to talk about the past. That's the past. I don't want to go there." tweet this The script has Charlie going to Simpson's house on June 12, 1994, to squeeze him for cocaine debts, sending the former NFL great into a rage. "If it's about paying, the complication is that bitch Faye [Resnick]," the script has Simpson saying. As his anger builds, O.J. tells Charlie the two of them are going to drive the Bronco to Nicole's condo and "putting this on her." Cut to Nicole's house: two bodies, a "pool of dark liquid," and a bloody O.J. stripping off his clothes and handing them and the knife to a "mystery man." Charlie the narrator says he'll never reveal whether he is the mystery man, saying only, "

Zolak & Bertrand
Tom Brady Speaks Out // Read & React // Bill Belichick On Alex Guerrero - 9/24 (Hour 2)

Zolak & Bertrand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 41:10


(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand start the second hour by reacting to Tom Brady speaking out after his Dad and Alex Guerrero spoke out against Bill Belichick. (9:15) We look back on MVP Sports and listen to one of their old commercials, before continuing our conversation about Brady's response yesterday. (23:09) The crew runs through the top storylines in the NFL with this edition of “Read & React”. (34:34) We react to Belichick's response to Guerrero's interview in the Boston Herald.

Greeny
Hour 1: Cowboys Bandwagon

Greeny

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 39:52


Greeny is joined by ESPN NFL Analysts Bart Scott & Damien Woody right off the top to talk about Alex Guerrero's comments to The Boston Herald. Hall of Fame QB Joe Montana checks in to discuss Tom Brady's return to Foxboro next week and The Lowe Post's Zach Lowe shares his thoughts on what will happen with Ben Simmons in Philadelphia. Plus, is Greeny joining the Cowboys bandwagon?!?

Toucher & Rich
Difshatz's Wagyu Tomahawk // Boston Herald's Andrew Callahan // John Mulaney - 9/21 (Hour 2)

Toucher & Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 44:07


(00:00) DId Zolak channel his inner Sergio Dipp this past weekend? More details from Nick's Bachelor Party from this past weekend, including Lifshatz's $175 40oz wagyu tomahawk. (19:53) Andrew Callahan covers the New England Patriots for the Boston Herald and joins Toucher & Rich. (35:23) From cocaine to rehab, we take a deep dive of John Mulaney and what the comedian has gone through. Watch Toucher & Rich every morning on Twitch! Watch them live or whenever you want: Twitch.tv/thesportshub

Watch With Jen
Watch With Jen - S2: E39 - Michael Douglas with Sean Burns

Watch With Jen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 75:02


This week, I was so pleased to welcome back one of the funniest guests I've ever had, the quick-witted, fresh, and very clever Sean Burns. A staff writer at WBUR's The ARTery and contributing writer at North Shore Movies, Sean Burns was Philadelphia Weekly's lead film critic from 1999-2013 and worked as the movie section contributing editor at the Improper Bostonian from 2006-2014. Additionally, a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and the recipient of an award for excellence in criticism from The Greater Philadelphia Society of Professional Journalists in 2002, Sean's reviews, interviews, and essays have also appeared in Metro, The Village Voice, The Boston Herald, Nashville Scene, Time Out New York, Philadelphia City Paper, The House Next Door, Movie Mezzanine, RogerEbert.com, and more. Additionally, he's also a projectionist who can tell you exactly what's wrong if you're messing up the presentation of a movie at an AMC Theater.Following up on an impromptu pact we made the last time Sean was a guest where we impossibly discovered that although we were both movie-obsessive teens at the time, neither one of us had ever bothered to see Disclosure, we turned that promise into today's theme. Investigating the sexy, sleazy side of Michael Douglas, in this very funny, adults-only episode, we take a closer look at Fatal Attraction, Basic Instinct, Disclosure, and Solitary Man in order to evaluate the man, the myth, the Michael in Lothario Mode. The ideal soundtrack for your household chores or whatever you decide to do in the kitchen (just please, take the dishes out of the sink first) and the ultimate conversation to hear on your way to dance awkwardly in a deep v-neck sweater in a nightclub on a Saturday night, I know you'll dig this one.Note: Due to content & language - perfectly fitting our subject, of course - this episode is rated E for Explicit.Theme Music: Solo Acoustic Guitar by Jason Shaw, Free Music ArchiveOriginally Posted on Patreon (9/18/21) here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/56321819

Ordway, Merloni & Fauria
The MFers - Are we giving the 2021 Pats too much credit? Is Sunday a must win? 9-16-21

Ordway, Merloni & Fauria

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 41:37


HOUR 1: Meghan Ottolini of the Boston Herald is in with Lou and Christian. Are we giving the 2021 Pats too much credit? Is Sunday a must win? 9-16-21 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Toucher & Rich
AL Wild Card Race // Andrew Callahan's Theory - 9/16 (Hour 1)

Toucher & Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 42:38


(18:39) WHAT HAPPENED LAST NIGHT: Schwarber and Vazquez drove in two runs apiece in the 10th inning as the Boston Red Sox beat the Seattle Mariners to keep pace in the AL wild-card race. Boston Herald's Andrew Callahan believes when Bill Belichick talks about another quarterback without mention of accuracy or decision-making, is a tell he thinks poorly of that QB. Watch Toucher & Rich every morning on Twitch! Watch them live or whenever you want: Twitch.tv/thesportshub

The Horse Race
Episode 182: Preliminary Report

The Horse Race

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 30:20


9/16/21--The Horse Race rides again! We are back in the saddle after being put out to pasture for a summer, producing Mass Reboot (listen right here in this feed if you haven't yet!). In our first episode back we are joined by brand-new co-host, Lisa Kashinsky! Lisa is the author of the Politico Massachusetts Playbook, formerly of The Boston Herald, and a decorated veteran of Horse Race guesthood. This week, Steve, Jenn, and Lisa unpack the results of the Boston mayoral preliminary election. They discuss the reasons behind the painstaking wait for the tallies to come in, what voter turnout looked like this year compared to elections past, and what the shakeout of this historic preliminary election says about Boston. Intro and outro music credit: Charlie Koczela and Sound of Picture.

E2G Sports Network
One Patriots Place | 9-15-21

E2G Sports Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 61:46


This week on One Patriots Place Steve, Murph, and Clare are joined by Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald as they discuss the ins and outs of the first Patriots game of the season against the Miami Dolphins.

Toucher & Rich
Boston Herald's Jason Matrodinato // “Fancy Like = Hokey Pokey Ripoff // The Stack - 9/15 (Hour 4)

Toucher & Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 41:36


(00:00) Jason Mastrodonato covers the Boston Red Sox and joins Toucher & Rich to share this thoughts of last night's 8-4 win over the Mariners to keep pace in the competitive wild-card race in the AL. (14:28) Is “Fancy Like” a ripoff of the hokey pokey? (29:06) THE STACK Watch Toucher & Rich every morning on Twitch! Watch them live or whenever you want: Twitch.tv/thesportshub

WEEI at Night
Mut at Night- Andrew Callahan discusses what went wrong on Sunday against the Dolphins as well as what Patriots fans can look forward to this season; Is the Jets game a must win?

WEEI at Night

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 45:01


Hour 3- Andrew Callahan from the Boston Herald joins Mut and Mego to discuss the Patriots loss to the Dolphins as well as what we can look forward to as fans. Mut and Mego think they need to beat the Jets on Sunday but won't go as far as to call it a must win. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

BOSOX TALK
S2|EP22. EVERY GAME MATTER w/ Jason Mastrodonato, Sports Columnist for Boston Herald

BOSOX TALK

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 6:38


Iggy breaks down how close the AL Wild Card currently is as well as how the Red Sox performed during the Rays and White Sox series. Jason Mastrodonato gives his reaction to the Red Sox losing Chris Sale to COVID and explain how they need to pick things up during this final stretch of the season. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bosoxtalk/support

Nightside With Dan Rea
Scaled Back - Part 2 (11 p.m.)

Nightside With Dan Rea

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 42:03


Morgan White Jr. Fills In On NightSide:Coronavirus has hit every industry hard, but as a musician who relies heavily on concerts and public appearances for income, the pandemic has been financially devastating. Add to that all the roadies, sound engineers, security guards, and haulage companies that work alongside these artists regularly, and the financial impact rises even more. Morgan welcomes longtime columnist for the Boston Globe and the Boston Herald, Dean Johnson, to discuss the current music scene.

Nightside With Dan Rea
Scaled Back - Part 1 (10 p.m.)

Nightside With Dan Rea

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 42:25


Morgan White Jr. Fills In On NightSide:Coronavirus has hit every industry hard, but as a musician who relies heavily on concerts and public appearances for income, the pandemic has been financially devastating. Add to that all the roadies, sound engineers, security guards, and haulage companies that work alongside these artists regularly, and the financial impact rises even more. Morgan welcomes longtime columnist for the Boston Globe and the Boston Herald, Dean Johnson, to discuss the current music scene.

Toucher & Rich
Boston Herald's Andrew Callahan // Patriots Conspiracy Theory - 8/31 (Hour 2)

Toucher & Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 43:02


(00:00) Tom E Curran and Phil Perry still believe Mac Jones has a shot to be the starter in week 1. (11:44) Andrew Callahan covers the New England Patriots for the Boston Herald and joins the show. (34:58) “Patriots Conspiracy Theories” Watch Toucher & Rich every morning on Twitch! Watch them live or whenever you want: Twitch.tv/thesportshub

Missing the Point
MTP After Dark: Karen Guregian from The Boston Herald

Missing the Point

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 23:01


Sign up for our mailing list so you never miss an episode or special bonus surprises!In this bonus episode of MTP: After Dark, we listen in to some of the items that were left on the cutting room floor from Episode 78 with Karen Guregian from The Boston Herald.We'll discuss the importance of joint practices for the Patriots, Tom Brady's current relationship with the New England Patriots, why The Patriots Drafted Alabama's Mac Jones instead of trading up and targeting Ohio State's Justin Fields.And some potential surprises the Patriots might have for Tom Brady's return to Gillette Stadium in Week 4.Hosts: Joe Malkin, Michael Marcangelo, Craig D'AlessandroGuest: Karen GuregianProducer: Craig D'AlessandroTweet your questions to @MTPshow with hashtag #askMTP, email us at Craig@MTPshow.com, or leave us a voicemail on our website to be featured on the show!Visit Missing the Point's websiteFacebookInstagramTwitterTikTok BOXO CRAFTS HOLIDAY BOX Save 15% on your first order with the promo code: MTPSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/MTPshow)

Toucher & Rich
Boston Herald's Andrew Callahan // Mark Spears is VERY Gassy // The Stack - 8/27 (Hour 4)

Toucher & Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 43:04


(00:35) Andrew Callahan covers the New England Patriots for the Boston Herald and joins Toucher & Rich to preview the Patriots' 3rd preseason game, Mac Jones vs. Cam Newton & more. (19:10) More evidence of Mark Spears desperately needing Gas X. (29:31) THE STACK Watch Toucher & Rich every morning on Twitch! Watch them live or whenever you want: Twitch.tv/thesportshub  

Toucher & Rich
Jason Mastrodonato Joins Toucher & Rich // The Stack - 8/23 (Hour 4)

Toucher & Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 41:43


(00:00) Jason Mastrodonato covers the Boston Red Sox for the Boston Herald. He joins Toucher & Rich to share his thoughts on the team's struggles, Chris Sale, John Henry and more. (20:18) Lorne Michaels wants to change the format of how the cast is made and wants to keep cast members for 10 years.  (30:59) THE STACK Watch Toucher & Rich every morning on Twitch! Watch them live or whenever you want: Twitch.tv/thesportshub

Locked On Red Sox - Daily Podcast On The Boston Red Sox
Are The Red Sox Collapsing? What Can Be Done To Turn Fix This?

Locked On Red Sox - Daily Podcast On The Boston Red Sox

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 36:21


In this episode of Locked On Red Sox, NESN's Lauren Campbell and The Boston Herald's Jason Mastrodonato discuss the last two games the Red Sox had against the Rangers, particularly Saturday when Boston allowed Texas to rack up 17 hits while the Red Sox committed five errors. They touch on Alex Cora's postgame comments about Eduardo Rodriguez and the team as a whole. But it's not all bad! Chris Sale did have himself a solid start once again. Follow us on Twitter! @lalalalaurrrren, @lo_redsox & @jmastrodonato! ------------------------- Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Molecule Mattress Visit OnMolecule.com and save twenty percent with promo code LOCKEDON.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Baseball Hour with Tony Mazz
Chaim Bloom Has Hurt The Red Sox // Tanner Houck Is Being Screwed // Jason Mastrodonato Joins The Show - 8/20

The Baseball Hour with Tony Mazz

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 46:20


(0:00) Matt McCarthy, filling in for Tony Mazz, thinks Chaim Bloom has hurt the Red Sox with the moves he made at the trade deadline. (15:33) We dive into Tanner Houck continuing to be shuffled between the bigs and AAA, as he's screwed by roster manipulation. (25:55) Jason Mastrodonato of the Boston Herald joins the show to discuss Chris Sale's start tonight, whether the Red Sox are worse after the trade deadline, and if the organization's outlook on versatility is wrong. (38:40) A caller sparks a conversation on whether Chaim Bloom should get more credit for the state of the Red Sox farm system.

Felger & Massarotti
Chaim Bloom Has Hurt The Red Sox // Tanner Houck Is Being Screwed // Jason Mastrodonato Joins The Show - 8/20

Felger & Massarotti

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 46:20


(0:00) Matt McCarthy, filling in for Tony Mazz, thinks Chaim Bloom has hurt the Red Sox with the moves he made at the trade deadline. (15:33) We dive into Tanner Houck continuing to be shuffled between the bigs and AAA, as he's screwed by roster manipulation. (25:55) Jason Mastrodonato of the Boston Herald joins the show to discuss Chris Sale's start tonight, whether the Red Sox are worse after the trade deadline, and if the organization's outlook on versatility is wrong. (38:40) A caller sparks a conversation on whether Chaim Bloom should get more credit for the state of the Red Sox farm system.

Toucher & Rich
T&R Balladier Search // Boston Herald's Andrew Callahan - 8/18 (Hour 2)

Toucher & Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 42:31


(00:00) The search for the new T&R Balladier has begun. (13:51) Andrew Callahan is the Patriots Beat Writer for the Boston Herald. He joins Toucher & Rich to give his thoughts on New England's joint practices with the Philadelphia Eagles. (30:08) Fred and Rich circle back to “Malice in the Palace ''. Plus, Rich questions whether the latest Marvel projects are any good. Watch Toucher & Rich every morning on Twitch! Watch them live or whenever you want: Twitch.tv/thesportshub

The Chase Thomas Podcast
AFC North Preview, Dak's Hurt Shoulder, and Tim Tebow Blocks With Evan Sowards of 49ers Hub and Lindsey OK. Plus, Chicago Bears With Lester Wiltfong of Windy City Gridiron and Boston Celtics With Boston Herald's Mark Murphy

The Chase Thomas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 122:46


Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by Windy City Gridiron's Lester Wiltfong Jr. to preview the Chicago Bears, Justin Fields' preseason debut, Matt Nagy calling plays, their new defensive coordinator, offensive line questions, the Anthony Miller trade and much more (1:00). Then, the Boston Herald's Mark Murphy on the Celtics, trading Kemba, adding Shroder and Horford, Tatum and Brown's next jump, needing more offense, Marcus Smart's future and much more (20:00). Lastly, 49ers Hub's Evan Sowards and Lindsey OK on the AFC North, the Browns vs. Ravens showdown, questions in Pittsburgh, the Bengals' receivers, Dak's shoulder, Tim Tebow and Alex Smith to ESPN (40:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Evan Sowards, Mark Murphy, Lindsey OK, Lester Wiltfong Jr. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

After Hours with Amy Lawrence
Karen Guregian - Patriots Beat Writer for The Boston Herald

After Hours with Amy Lawrence

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 16:32


Pats beat writer for The Boston Herald Karen Guregian joins the show to break down the latest news out of New England. Is there a QB controversy between rookie Mac Jones and Cam Newton? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

WEEI at Night
Mut at Night: Celtics sign Marcus Smart to max contract extension; Andrew Callahan of The Boston Herald joins the show. 08-16-21

WEEI at Night

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 48:25


Hour 3: Mut and Mego are joined by Andrew Callahan and he breaks down the Patriots joint practice with the Eagles and the Patriots poor showing tonight. Andrew also talks about the all important battle between Cam and Mac. The Celtics and Marcus Smart have agreed to a 4 year 77 million dollar max contract extension, is it the right move?  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

John Edmonds Kozma's Unimpressed Podcast
Comedian Tom Cotter #43

John Edmonds Kozma's Unimpressed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 32:35


Comedian Tom Cotter has taken the comedy scene by storm since finishing as runner-up and becoming the Breakout Star from Season 7's "America's Got Talent." He lost to a dog act, but don't hold that against him; Tom was the first comedian ever to be a finalist on the show and was the highest finishing human being on the show that year.In August 2013, AGT asked Tom back to perform as a special guest star (along with Train) and then again to host “The Season 8 AGT Snapple Viewing Party.”In January 2019 Tom was again invited back to the AGT stage - this time to perform against the best of the best “Got Talent” performers from other years and around the world in “America's Got Talent: The Champions.” In one the most talked about sets of the entire competition, Tom received a STANDING OVATION from the adoring crowd.Tom's other numerous television and radio credits include "The Tonight Show,” “Last Comic Standing,” his very own "Comedy Central Presents... Tom Cotter,"The Howard Stern Show, Comics Unleashed, multiple appearance on CBS' "The Late Late Show" and Celebrity Host of “Gotham Comedy Live” on AXS-TV.You can find Tom headlining all of America's most famous comedy clubs including: The Comedy Cellar, The Improv and Caroline's On Broadway just to name a few. Tom has also been featured at the Montreal "Just For Laughs" Festival, the HBO Comedy Arts Festival and headlining "America's Got Talent Live" show at the Palazzo, Las Vegas. And recently, Tom was on the dais and took part in the Friars Club Roast of Boomer Esiason at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City. Tom is also a regular on Fox News Channel and co-starred on an episode of CBS' “The Good Wife.”In addition, Tom has performed in a wide variety of venues from Alaska to China. His appeal is truly international as he was summoned to London to tour and perform on British Television, and won The Seattle International Stand-Up Comedy Competition and Boston Comedy Festival as The Boston Herald noted “winning by the largest margin of victory in the history of the event.”Tom came out with his first book, “Bad Dad: A Guide to Pitiful Parenting” (Willow Street Press) in February, 2016 which is a collection of jokes, gags, one-liners and pithy bad advice for fed-up parents everywhere. It is this kind of versatility has allowed Tom to excel in other areas of showbiz as well. So whether it be comedy, voice-overs, or acting, Tom Cotter gives it everything he's got. "If laughter is the best medicine, I yearn to be drugged."Support the show (http://www.paypal.me/BangProductions )

Missing the Point
2021 New England Patriots Season Preview with Karen Guregian from The Boston Herald

Missing the Point

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 67:23


Check Out Our Latest Episode HereFollow Karen on TwitterHer Latest from the Boston HeraldOn this episode; We're once again joined by the lead beat writer of The New England Patriots for the Boston Herald, Karen Guregian, to preview the New England  Patriots 2021 Season.We'll take a look at the quarterback battle between Cam Newton and 2021 First Round Pick Mac Jones, N'Keal Harry's impressive camp showing after requesting a trade, the improved Patriots offense & defense, and where we think the Patriots will finish come the end of the season.Hosts:  Joe Malkin, Michael MarcangeloGuest: Karen GuriegienProducer: Craig D'AlessandroTweet your questions to @MTPshow with hashtag #askMTP, email us at Craig@MTPshow.com, or leave us a voicemail on our website to be featured on the show!Visit Missing the Point's websiteFacebookInstagramTwitterTikTok BOXO CRAFTS HOLIDAY BOX Save 15% on your first order with the promo code: MTPSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/MTPshow)

Take 5 with Chris Gasper
The Free Falling Boston Red Sox ft. Jason Mastrodonato

Take 5 with Chris Gasper

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 46:11


Chris Gasper is sitting down with Jason Mastrodonato of The Boston Herald and the Locked on Red Sox podcast.  The Red Sox have lost 10 of their last 12 games and have fallen drastically in MLB standings. The two discuss if Chaim Bloom's focus on sustainability and the future could be part of the problem.  Mastrodonato believes Bloom “misread the market” at the trade deadline and that other teams in the AL East saw the Red Sox as catchable and made beneficial moves.  At this crucial  juncture in the season, the team has a lot riding on the return of ace Chris Sale. Producer Ellen Fleming wonders is even Sale enough to save the team, and if that kind of pressure on a player will affect his mental health.        Email the Take 5 podcast at Take5@WCVB.com Follow Chris Gasper and WCVB on Twitter @cgasper & @WCVB

WEEI at Night
Mut at Night- Andrew Callahan of the Boston of the Boston Herald joins the show to give an inside perspective of Patriots training camp; Has N'Keal Harry truly found himself?

WEEI at Night

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 45:00


Hour 3-  Andrew Callahan of the Boston of the Boston Herald joins the show to talk Patriots.  It is set in stone that Cam Newton is the Patriots starting QB? N'Keal Harry continues to shine in camp, has he found himself or is he just a camp star? Discussing Stephon Gillmore's current situation... and Mut's thoughts on if Gillmore will be a Patriot this season.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Zolak & Bertrand
Patriots Stock Up and Stock Down // Hall of Fame Enshrinement // Today's Takeaways – 8/9 (Hour 4)

Zolak & Bertrand

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 37:54


(0:00) Zolak and Bertrand dive back into the fact that break dancing is about to be in the Olympics and try to figure out how the sport works. (10:54) We evaluate the Boston Herald's stock up and stock down article on certain Patriots players based on their performances at training camp so far. (20:36) We take your calls, discuss the Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement ceremony, and Zo reminisces on his days of shooting arrows. (31:53) Today's Takeaways.

Toucher & Rich
NFL Hall of Fame Ceremony//Jason Mastrodanato Joins the Show// Kevin Durant Whining - 8/9/2021 (Hour 3)

Toucher & Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 41:32


  (0:00) The NFL Hall of Fame induction ceremony was this weekend with Peyton Manning headlining the class, Fred Wallach and Joe react to the speeches and   Tom Brady and Ray Lewis attending the event.  (14:50) Jason Mastrodonato from the Boston Herald joins the show to discuss the struggling Red Sox and Kyle Schwarber having a setback in his rehab.  (29:30) Kevin Durant and Team USA took a victory lap after the team won the gold medal calling out the media for doubting them.  

Toucher & Rich
Boston Herald's Andrew Callahan // Guns ‘N Roses - 8/4 (Hour 3)

Toucher & Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 36:53


(00:00) Listeners weigh in after An unruly passenger was duct taped to seat after in-air fight on Frontier Airlines plane (10:43) Andrew Callahan covers the Patriots for the Boston Herald and joins the show to share his thoughts on the quarterback competition in Foxborough (32:06) Concerts are back at Fenway! Watch Toucher & Rich every morning on Twitch! Watch them live or whenever you want: Twitch.tv/thesportshub

Celtics Beat
419: Celtics Draft Reaction & Free Agency Primer w/ Mark Murphy

Celtics Beat

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 55:22


Mark Murphy covers the Boston Celtics for the Boston Herald. Join Mark, Adam, and Evan as they discuss the Celtics pick of Juhann Bergarin, what to make of the Lonzo Ball rumors, and should the Celtics entertain the Myles Turner rumors. Twitter: @Murf56   2:38 Taking a draft-and-stash at 45 makes all the sense in the world   15:17 Boston interested in Lonzo Ball   24:37 Adding Myles Turner doesn't make a ton of sense   33:18 Keep monitoring the Brad Beal situation   Available for download on iTunes and Stitcher on Friday, July 30th, 2021. Celtics Beat is powered by BetOnline.AG! Go to BetOnline.AG today and use the promo code CLNS50 to get a 50% bonus on your next deposit!

Felger & Massarotti
Hardcore Baseball: Trade deadline preview

Felger & Massarotti

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 44:09


Jason Mastrodonato of the Boston Herald and the Locked On Red Sox podcast joins Matt McCarthy to preview the MLB trade deadline. Will the Red Sox be aggressive and what is their biggest need? McCarthy and Mastrodonato discuss Anthony Rizzo, Max Scherzer, Whit Merrifield, Jose Berrios, Trea Turner, and more. Are the Nationals about to sell everything off? Are the Rays done? And should the Yankees really be buyers at the deadline? 

NESN Patriots Podcast
Top Five Stories Of Patriots Training Camp; Andrew Callahan Joins | Ep. 213

NESN Patriots Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 45:54


In this week's episode of the NESN Patriots Podcast, Zack Cox is joined by Andrew Callahan of the Boston Herald. Together, the two preview Patriots training camp and discuss the top five stories heading into camp. In addition, Cox and Callahan highlight a few "under the radar" players who could make a big impact during camp.

Reborn with Ashley Horner
Nick Lavery: The Warrior Mindset

Reborn with Ashley Horner

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 68:15


Nick Lavery is an inspirational hero with an incredible Reborn story. As an Army Green Beret, he lost his leg during an attack while serving in Afghanistan. After more than a year of surgeries, Nick refused a military medical retirement and eventually returned to Afghanistan to conduct combat operations with the same team he was on when he was injured. Nick is the first amputee to complete the Special Forces Warrant Officer Technical and Tactical Certification course, the SOCP Instructor course, and the Combat Diver Qualification course in military history. Nick's awards include the Silver Star, three Purple Hearts, two Bronze Stars, Bronze Star with “V” for valor, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, two Meritorious Service Medals, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Joint Service Achievement Medal, Army Commendation Medal, the OSS Society Peter Ortiz Award, and the Special Operations Command Excalibur Award. He's been featured in outlets including Wired Magazine, The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald, Coffee or Die, and many others.  You can follow him on Instagram @machine.nc Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Toucher & Rich
Ranking “Best” NFL Destinations // Boston Herald's Jason Mastrodonato - 7/12 (Hour 2)

Toucher & Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 42:41


(00:00) Longtime NFL writer Ben Volin ranked the best NFL destinations. Fred and Rich have a few thoughts. (15:10) Jason Matrodonato is the Red Sox beat writer for the Boston Herald and joins Toucher & Rich to share his thoughts on Marcelo Mayer falling to the Sox in this year's MLB Draft and much more. (29:40) Sean McDonough explains why working with Jon Gruden on ‘Monday Night Football' was really uncomfortable and ‘awkward'. Watch Toucher & Rich every morning on Twitch! Watch them live or whenever you want: Twitch.tv/thesportshub  

The Lead
What A Sportswriter's Coming Out Story Tells Us About Carl Nassib

The Lead

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 14:12


On Monday, Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib made history by becoming the first active NFL player to publicly come out as gay. The 28-year-old Nassib, who had previously played for the Cleveland Browns and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (and who was one of the breakout stars of HBO's Hard Knocks in 2019) made the announcement in a one-minute video on Instagram. The Athletic's Steve Buckley faced many of the same questions that Nassib now faces when he came out in 2011, while working for the Boston Herald. Steve joins us today to discuss why Nassib's act was so momentous and what lessons from his own story might apply to Nassib.Read Steve Buckley's recent column about Carl Nassib:https://theathletic.com/2666196/2021/06/22/buckley-the-raiders-carl-nassib-makes-a-statement-not-just-for-today-but-for-tomorrow/Privacy Policy and California Privacy Notice.