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Chris and Rob are back after a hiatus and a Thanksgiving break. Big news out of Fenway Sports Group as they announced they purchased the Pittsburgh Penguins. A huge move by the organization as it adds an NHL team to an already impressive portfolio. Chris dives into some behind the scenes processes and thoughts on how this all came together and what the future holds for Fenway. We then discuss the future of ESPN and streaming with the announcement by Disney that they will pour $33 billion into content in the next year alone. Plus a big announcement in store for Front Office Features this December! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Join us this week for a New Kids on the Block Block Party as we take another trip back to Fenway and hear stories from our friends Nora and Linda
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With Thanksgiving fast approaching, Sean and guest co-host Max Bultman take a look at the NHL standings. 80 percent of teams that are in playoff spots on Thanksgiving, end up making the playoffs. Sean and Max take a look at what teams currently in playoff spots will falter and make way for three teams currently out of the playoff picture. The boys discuss the merits of the Columbus Blue Jackets, Detroit Red Wings, St. Louis Blues, Nashville Predators, Anaheim Ducks, NY Rangers, NY Islanders Winnipeg Jets and Philadelphia Flyers as they all vie for playoff position. Josh Yohe, the Penguins beat writer for the Athletic joins Gentille and Bultman to provide an update on the Pens who went 3-0 in Montreal, Toronto and Winnipeg, led by Tristan Jarry who gave up 1 goal in 9 periods. Plus, the guys touch on the Pens unsung heroes led by Teddy Blueger, Danton Heinen and Brock McGinn and the latest on the Penguins sale to Fenway sports group. In Two cents, Max and Sean wonder if Jack Campbell can make the US Olympic team as the third netminder, and if Quebec City really is in line for a relocated franchise as the premiere of the province recently intimated, or is he just looking for votes in the next election?
As I walk or bike through my neighborhood, one of the saddest things I often see is a flyer stuck to a telephone pole or electric pole, telling about a lost dog. We have a couple of little dogs, Lilly and Fenway. They're both Yorkies. And believe me, they are family. I can't imagine the stress and anxiety and sadness if we suddenly discovered one of them were missing. So that's what I think about when I see one of those flyers. Some family, in a neighborhood near to where I live, is living with the fact that they don't know where their dog is. Or where their cat is. And they don't know if their family pet will ever come home again. So I think we can all agree, losing a dog is traumatic. But what if your dog didn't just escape and get lost… What if your dog was actually stolen? That's what Barbie suspected when her dog, Scooby, went missing. If your dog gets away: · Drive slowly around the neighborhood. Your dog might hear and recognize the sound of your car or your voice, and might be close by. · Put a sign in your yard. Include a photo of your pet, along with your phone number. The sign will be seen by pizza deliveries, the mail carrier, and the kids in the neighborhood. · Leave unwashed clothing outside, near your house. · Hang flyers around the neighborhood and go door to door to let everyone know. Also, post online in local groups such as Next Door. · Visit local shelters regularly. Don't just call – go there in person. This episode is sponsored by the Sleep Meditation for Women podcast – listen to help you fall asleep and stay asleep. This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp online counseling. Get 10% off your first month by visiting BetterHelp.com/WHATWAS.
Today's word of the day is ‘West Palm Beach' as in area of south Florida as in the home of the Houston Astros Spring Training facility as in Justin Verlander has signed a 1-year, $25M deal with the Astros with a $25M player-option. WHAT?! Verlander will be 39 years old; Verlander has not pitched since ONE GAME in July, 2020. Did I miss something? (11:45) The MLB owners meetings in Chicago have been taking place. What goes on at these meetings? Are they just a big snooze fest? The Tampa Bay Rays are still trying. Trying their best to get the two city path finished. Why is the Montreal/Tampa idea still happening? (32:20) Review: Titane. (35:10) The Fenway Sports Group is ready to buy the Pittsburgh Penguins. What is FSG? John Henry, owner of the Boston Red Sox, is a large-market hawk. FSG owns the Red Sox, Liverpool FC, Roush Racing, and NESN. (39:55) NPPOD. (44:10) Chinese Peng Shuai is missing in China. Technically, Chinese authorities say she is not missing, but she hasn't been seen. What is happening here? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, the Boys will talk about the deal that will have Fenway buying the Penguins and what it could mean moving forward….spoiler– not much. The Olympics are coming soon and there could be a host country without a hockey team and the possibility of 3-on-3 hockey by 2030?? All that, plus Lyle Richardson of Spector's Hockey agrees with John Tortorella that Connor McDavid needs to change his game. We're as shocked as you are.
(0:00) Felger, Mazz and Murray start Wednesday's show with the reports that the FSG are purchasing the Pittsburgh Penguins and how it impacts the Red Sox. (13:50) Calls come in on FSG buying the Pittsburgh Penguins. (24:10) How much would John Henry and FSG buying the Penguins impact the Red Sox, NESN and how fans in the market react to the deal. (35:30) Felger and Mazz revisit when John Henry came in studio to defend himself as calls continue to come in on the possible purchase of the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Gresh and Keefe preview Patriots @ Falcons tomorrow night before getting into the state of MA no getting a bill passed for sports betting in 2021. Then Keefe rips the idea that the Fenway Sports Group could buy the Pittsburgh Penguins. The guys also touch on Alex Cora finishing 5th in the AL Manager of the Year race. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ray breaks down all things Steelers. Ryan joins us to talk Pens and also the efforts to help out Robert Morris hockey and then we talk about the sale to the Fenway Sports Group and what it could mean for the Pens. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(16:58) WHAT HAPPENED LAST NIGHT: Everybody has Mac Jones fever! How do New England's rookies and young core stack up compared to other NFL teams? Red Sox President Sam Kennedy confirmed Tuesday that the Fenway Sports Group is closing in on a deal to purchase the Pittsburgh Penguins of the National Hockey League. Watch Toucher & Rich every morning on Twitch! Watch them live or whenever you want: Twitch.tv/thesportshub
A clean slate. A new era. A dedication to a new focus. When Shannon moved to Boston's Fenway neighborhood for graduate school, these were some of the things that characterized her life at that time. As we've learned by now, for every era in a music fan's life, there is a soundtrack. Regina Spektor's 2006 record Begin to Hope was just that, as Shannon immersed herself in the world of books, academia, and a new sense of independence as a person living in the city – a theme that would certainly recur in her life from there. So, what did her Deeper Cuts co-hosts think of the album? Is it on our personal radio, or is it a case of 20 years of snow? Find out in this, our second episode of season five. Our Spotify Playlist covers the albums covered in this season, as well as our Soundtrack Sessions from a few months ago. And don't forget to talk to us on Twitter (@deepercutscast) and to rate and review us wherever you get your podcasts!
November is Transgender Awareness Month, a time to honor our transgender and gender diverse community and recommit to making the world a safer and more equitable place for all – including in health care. Last episode, we learned about the founding and early years of our Trans Health Program and the incredible people who made it happen. Now, let's take a look at where the Trans Health Program is today, how it's continued to grow, and how its staff and patients rose to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. Today's guest is Steph DeNormand, Trans Health Program Manager. Steph joined Fenway in 2018. Since then, they have lead the Trans Health Program through years of growth and challenges, including those posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
This conversation was recorded in August, 2021 at the time of the US was pulling troops out of Afghanistan. HBN released this relevant content on all of our minds that week: Your Sacrifice Matters (8/23/21)Today we dive into Nate's work and experiences at home. What moved him towards the military and about what he continues to do for his own form of service. Looking backwards, Nate's story seems to fit together at every turn. But what's behind the scenes is always seeing opportunity, along with grit and dedication at every step, not to mention learning from the natives whether in the locker room with the Seahawks, shoulder to shoulder with the Afghans, or on the movie set learning how to tell the stories we need to know about. Nate continues to serve in many ways, and cofounded Merging Vets And Players (MVP) along with partner Jay Glazer, has acted in several roles, and is now in the process of releasing the movie he directed that outlines the genesis of MVP and what it means, about the bonds shared and finding belonging and meaning for new chapters for Athletes, Special Operators and all veterans returning home to civilian life.Here is the full conversation we had at our Home Base Center of Excellence following a memorable Red Sox game the night before, where Nate's friend and supporter of MVP First baseman Kyle Schwarber took the plate at Fenway. It's been about two months since, and although the Sox didn't make it to the end this year, I do remember Kyle's grand slam during the playoffs 2 weeks ago and thought of how Nate in California was feeling the same energy of that stadium as everyone else.Thanks to Green Beret Nate Boyer for your service, and your ongoing efforts to serve others. We'd like to dedicate these conversations with Nate to his friend and colleague Master Sergeant Brad Keys who still guides Nate to this day, and through Nate he gives that guidance and support to many others.On November 11, 2021 join us at WCVB/ABC Boston Televent if local and / or text to give: HBDONATE to 617-582-2098The number to call in for the phone bank day-of on November 11, 2021: (866)-615-8387______________If you are your loved one is experiencing any emotional, mental health struggles, you are not alone and please contact Home Base 617-724-5202, or www.homebase.org SUBSCRIBE to Home Base NationTo learn more and connect with us at Home Base Nation:www.homebase.org/homebasenationTwitter,Facebook,Instagram, LinkedInHome Base Nation Team: Steve Monaco, Maureen Roderick, Laurie Gallagher, Karianne Kraus, Lucy Little, and COO Michael Allard and Brigadier General Jack HammondProducer and Host: Dr. Ron HirschbergAssistant Producer, Editor: Lucy LittleMusic texture and sound design by: Lucy LittleTheme music: The Butler Frogs"Soldier on" was co-written by Nate Boyer and Darden Smith, with the program Songwriting With SoldiersHome Base Nation is the official podcast of Home Base Program for Veterans and Military Families, a partnership of the Massachusetts General Hospital and the Red Sox Foundation.The views expressed by guests to the Home Base Nation podcast are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by guests are those of the guests and do not necessarily reflect the view of the Massachusetts General Hospital, Home Base, the Red Sox Foundation or any of its officials.
Over the weekend, Red Sox Nation lost a big part of their community. Jerry Remy passed away on 10/30/2021. He fought for so many years with cancer. At one point, he was cancer free. In August of 2021, Jerry stepped away from the broadcast booth due to lung cancer returning.On October 5th, the day the Red Sox were taking on their rivals, the New York Yankees, Jerry made his last appearance at Fenway by throwing out the first pitch.In this episode, we talk about how Jerry Remy ended up touching us as Red Sox fans.We also discuss the 3 World Series games in Atlanta.Make sure to follow us on Social media, Twitter,Instagram, Facebook, and Tik Tok @peskyreportMake sure to check out High & Happy catering https://bit.ly/3AiPSbEPartners:Manscaped: Looking for some grooming for yourself? Make sure to check out the Lawn Mower 4.0. Use promo code PESKYREPORT to get 20% off anything on their site. https://bit.ly/3CpnPrPFollow the guys on Twitter:Brad: brsbaseball83Hogdale: Hogdale_Brady: Ryblades27
Chris's wild MLB Playoff run came to an end this past week as the Red Sox fell to the Houston Astros. We touch on how Fenway has never been more electric and was all made possible by a much younger audience. Rob gets HUGE news that his basketball games are coming back and Chris starts the countdown to Rob's inevitable ACL tear. We take a deep dive into the world of sports and TV viewership. The NFL dominates on an annual basis as they own roughly 95% of the top 100 watched shows on TV throughout the year. MLB has had a major issue with the majority of cord cutters unable to watch their games due to the fact the YouTube's and Hulu's don't carry the Regional Sports Networks. Chris breakdown the future of MLB TV and how in the near future you'll likely be able to purchase your local RSN no different than you do HBO Max. Lastly, we explore the MASSIVE reach of Liverpool FC around the Globe and how their number or fans and viewers dwarfs all US Sports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hour 4: Mut and Bradfo continue you break down the 2021 Red Sox and they wonder if Fenway will be able to keep the young crowd or will it return to a more calm Fenway. The Red Sox had a great year, but they still have a lot of off-season question marks. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
E64: Mix & Match 10.25.21 Dan and Dave are back with a special pod drop after a sparkling fall week bookended by their trip to Fenway on Tuesday and Dan's follow-up trip to Gillette on Sunday. We reflect on the good parts about getting older (and the bad parts), the updated guidance on Covid boosters, and the kickoff to school budget season around the corner. We also chat about toll increases on the Maine Turnpike, “The Val” in Billerica, and give you a special dessert pod recorded post-game while waiting to leave the parking garage in Longwood after Laz Diaz cost the Red Sox game 4. Plus, new work swag for Dan, Dave hits the road to Skidmore, and the clowns that Dan had to walk into the Pats game with.
Larry and Andrew get into it on the Fenway Baby curse, Thursday's sports equinox, Joc Pederson leaving LA to bring his talents to ATL, college players are figuring out how to get paid though NIL rule and Philly fans are terrible.
The Red Sox have dropped two games in a row to the Astros in the ALCS and now their season is on the line in Houston on Friday night. Today we talk our instant reactions after being at Fenway for these last three games, how quickly the Astros can put runs on the board, Chris Sale doing more than expected in Game 5, the bats going silent at the worst time, Framber Valdez deserving credit for the biggest start of his life, Sox not having a closer coming back to bite them, Hunter Renfroe consistently coming up short in big spots, Sox giving up a ton of 2-out runs, if the Astros got motivation from E-Rod doing the Carlos Correa watch celebration in Game 3, a dumb shirt a store is selling about Kiké Hernandez, the top Red Sox item we would want from this year's team, a lookahead to Game 6 and potentially Game 7 in Houston and much more. Enjoy!
The Red Sox murder the Houston Astros in game 3 at Fenway and then completely fall apart. We talk about everything that went right in game 3 and everything that went wrong in game 4 and 5. The Sox need to win game 6 and 7 at Houston and that is not an easy task. We also discuss the horrible plate calling by Laz Diaz and how he not only screwed both teams but had probably the worst call that ended up affecting the Sox in the 9th and more. Make sure to follow us on Social media, Twitter,Instagram, Facebook, and Tik Tok @peskyreportMake sure to check out High & Happy catering https://bit.ly/3AiPSbEPartners:Manscaped: Looking for some grooming for yourself? Make sure to check out the Lawn Mower 4.0. Use promo code PESKYREPORT to get 20% off anything on their site. https://bit.ly/3CpnPrPLa-Touraine watches. Check the luxury watches they have with an affordable price. Use promo code PESKY for 10% off https://la-touraine.com/
The forecast calls for porno on KREM, Brian Laundrie body update with Bullhorn Andra, Netflix walkout/protest, WNBA parade attended by hundreds, and the Toolbox Killer leads us into a Foreigner/Asia rabbit hole.Drew's going to the Battle of the George Jewett as his first University of Michigan football game of the year.MLB Championship series have been pretty good. Joe Biden was heckled on Fox's post game coverage. Some baby took over Fenway way past his bedtime. Charles Barkley popped off on Kyrie Irving.Robin Roberts lied to her audience as the WNBA Championship parade attracted very few people to the streets of Chicago.KREM accidentally aired pornography. We call them to let them know.We try to reach the Sissy of Fremont Street after he posted his phone number online.Some dude ate a phone.Dirty Laundrie: Brian Laundrie's body was probably found today, but internet sleuths claim he's still out there using his Pinterest account. We chat again with Bullhorn Andra live from the Laundrie home.Brandon Goodwin is looking to get his COVID / NBA story out there. We offer him a platform.Chris Brown has Kyrie Irving's back.Alyssa Milano has been arrested and she's bragging about it.Meghan Markle is now making demands to Congress.Drew Crime: Don't murder your spouse on the day they file for divorce. Bonerliners have recommended The Toolbox Killer on Peacock. Nikolas Cruz blames weed for his massacre but we can only focus on the sexy judge in the courtroom.We rock out to Foreigner and realize that someone should make a bad Broadway musical with their catalog.WATP's Reddit sure hates Boomer Drew. Boomers are ruining homeowning for Millennials.Dave Grohl believe Nandi is as inspiring as the Beatles and Led Zeppelin combined."Dogs vs The Volcano" starring Tom Hanks.Gas Station Shootings: Stopping for gas in Detroit when it's nighttime seems very dangerous. The dude who killed a Detroit firefighter at a gas station in Troy is out on bond.Macomb schools can't feed their students. Dave Chappelle is so evil that people are protesting Netflix. There actually were some people there that still liked jokes.Richard Speck had great boobs and his boyfriend is one cool kat.Bitcoin is soaring and Zooves is loaded again.Eli may be making some appearances soon.ML's Soul of Detroit is getting feisty.Bob Page hates cigarettes and has no idea how Tom Petty died."The Batman" trailer is out.In case you haven't heard, the supply chain is an issue.Clarktober takes us back to James Brown and Tanith Belbin emails.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Astros win Game 4 and Charlie is live from Boston to break it all down. Fenway is feeding the media really well and Charlie is thrilled. The Astros should thank Laz Diaz but they weren't the only team last night to benefit from missed calls. Can the Astros get five innings out of their starting pitcher? Framber Valdez will get his chance to rebound from his subpar Game 1 performance.
Hour 2: Bradfo joined the show and was full of life and Laz Diaz. Courtney once again handled the news. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ben Maller breaks down ALCS Game 4 with the Astros coming back to beat the Red Sox - has the magic worn off for Boston? Also, Maller to the Third Degree and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
HORU 4: The Sox lead Astros 2-1 heading into Game 4 tonight. We're fired up and so are the fans calling into the show. Fenway's energy was special last night for the Game 3 win and especially the FS1 postgame with Alex Rodriguez hearing it all night long 10-19-21 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hour 2: Rob Bradford joins and talks about the experience at Fenway Park last night. Ken and Greg debate if Alex Cora was right or wrong for yelling at ERod after pointing at his wrist after striking out Carlos Correa. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Karson and Mike Recap Their Fenway Experience And We Play The Cheating Game For ALCS Tickets See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We gave away ALCS tickets to Mike from Bridgewater on the show yesterday and had him back on this morning to recap his night. Karson was also at the game and has a CRAZY story about the grand slam. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand start the third hour by diving into the Patriots coaching shortcomings against the Cowboys. (14:06) We touch on the ALCS returning to Fenway Park with the Red Sox and Astros tied at 1-1. (24:10) Calls come in on the talent difference between the Patriots and Cowboys and a key penalty in the game. (29:37) We react to the top highlights and soundbites from the sixth Sunday in the NFL with this edition of “Sounds of Sunday”.
With Game 3 of the ALCS on tap at Fenway, Jeff Blair and Kevin Barker are joined by WEEI's Lou Merloni to discuss how the cold weather could potentially impact this game, Kiké Hernández's defence as well as his stellar offence, what's going on with Rafael Devers at the plate, and Eduardo Rodriguez's aggressive mindset paying […]
Game 1 was Carlos Correa's time as the Astros took the opener. Houston can NOT let Correa walk. The Red Sox hit a pair of slams to win Game 2 and friend of the podcast Melissa Monteaux was there! Now the series is all tied up, heading back to Fenway and it is anyone's guess who has the upper hand. 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. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
(00:20) Tony Massarotti opened up the show discussing comments from manager Alex Cora about the Boston Red Sox upcoming ALCS with the Houston Astros. (13:53) Mazz also talked about the atmosphere at Fenway Park. (23:46) Tony continued to discuss the comments from Alex Cora about playing down in Houston.
Hour 4. Rob Bradford joins to talk about Alex Cora & the Red Sox series' win against the Rays & to preview an ALCS showdown with either the Astros or White Sox. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hour 3: Boomer Esiason discussed the week 5 NFL storylines and Ken is jacked about Sox Rays tonight at Fenway. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We've been playing the "Bleep Joe Biden" cuts from sporting events around the country. Every week, the chants, sometimes confused for "Let's go Brandon," come from bluer cities than the week before. Now, the chants are emanating from good ole Fenway park in Boston.
The Red Sox just ended the Yankees year, again. The Balloons are dead. ENJOY THE OFFSEASON! Today we talk how accurate our bold predictions were for this do-or-die Wild Card game, Yankee fans being left speechless after their team once again did not make the World Series or even come close, Cora being miles better than Aaron Boone, how the Yankees don't scare anyone anymore and haven't for a long time, the idiocy of Aaron Judge bringing a boom box back to Fenway, how much motivation the Sox got by knowing the Yankees chose to face them over other teams in a potential tiebreaker scenario, a full breakdown of that perfect relay play by Kiké and Bogie to gun down Judge at the plate, if Eovaldi got pulled too fast, Gerrit Cole completely folding in another big moment, the laughable radio and TV calls of that Giancarlo Stanton single, a recap of the Barstool Sportsbook livestream of the game, Xander coming up big when they need him most, Steve's #RallyCups efforts at Fenway Park paying off, Verdugo's huge 2-RBI hit summing him up perfectly, a legit debate on who deserves the Klark's Ketchup MVP for this game, a series lookahead to this big ALDS matchup with the Rays and much more! Enjoy and Daaaaaaaaaaa Jankees Lose!
-Evan and Big Mac's experience at Fenway last night -People hating on Craig on Twitter -Aaron Boone and Brian Cashman's future -Craig gets into it with a caller See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The 2021 Yankees season is mercifully over. Andrew and Scott recap the Wild Card game, the awful performance by Gerrit Cole, the offense, coaching staff, and more. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a rating and review! It is the #1 way you can help out the show. Get in touch: @YankeesPodcast @Andrew_Rotondi @ScottReinen @robby_danks Submit to the mailbag: bronxpinstripes.com/podcast Call the voicemail line: 646-480-0342 Intro/Outro music: One Way Ticket, by Anitek Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Yankees followed up their massive sweep of the Red Sox in Fenway with a gigantic series W in Toronto. Robbie Ray turned back into a pumpkin on Thursday as the Yankees tagged him for four bombs. The bullpen continues to be lights out and now with the the return of Lasagna they are at an optimal level. Aaron Judge continues to mash despite a busted pinky. The Baltimore Orioles are now forever our great pals after what they did to the Sox this weekend. All of this thanks to a magical turtle named Bronxie who was adopted right before this hot streak. The Yankees are cooking, let's take care of business this weekend and secure the number 1 Wild Card spot. Outro Song: “Together Now” via APM Music Library
Ben Lindbergh and Meg Rowley banter about Giancarlo Stanton's awe-inspiring weekend at Fenway, the most aesthetically pleasing home run hitters, what the Cardinals' 16-game winning streak portends (or doesn't portend) for their playoff hopes, and the last week in the remaining playoff races. Then (26:32) they bring on Patreon supporter Dylan Buell to talk about […]
We recap the weekend in sports including Boston getting crushed on the diamond and on the football field. Was it mostly Yankees fans in attendance at Fenway? Biden threatens the border patrol, and DHS Secretary Mayorkas defends the administrations's immigration policy on Fox New Sunday.
Biggest series of the season and the Sox get swept by the Yankees. That sucked. Today we talk our immediate reactions after another 8th inning collapse, which play in the 8th was the most to blame for the loss, Giancarlo Stanton deserving credit for dominating this weekend at Fenway, how weird it was that a bigger deal wasn't made of Christian Vazquez catching the Judge foul tip and then losing the ball in the transfer, why there's still reason to be optimistic this week, our updated expectations for what the Wild Card game will look like, a lookahead to this Orioles series and much more. Enjoy!
The Yankees played the Boston Red Sox this weekend in Fenway. They won every single game. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday all victories where they scored more runs than the Red Sox. It was glorious, it was euphoric, it was spectacular. Giancarlo Stanton now owns Fenway Park after an unbelievable series. The Yankees are now ahead of Boston for the number 1 spot in the AL Wild Card. Sunday night's game was ridiculous with dropped fly balls, dropped strike 3s, Tyler Wade not sliding on a caught stealing, clutch go ahead hits by Judge and Stanton, fire alarm delays. Oh yeah and our pals Joe West and Adam Ottavino had huge nights for the Yankees. We break it all down and also discuss a new way to fix baseball. Outro Song: “Want Your Love” via APM Music Library