Gerry, Kirk and Glenn spoke with Michael Wilbon.

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The guys discussed the Sox dismal starting pitching.

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[0:09:02] ... and with the 200 million dollar pay thirty games almost 500 the Houston Astros have now won ten in a rural. In a room for sports. Overly away. And what's their payroll. Forty. I don't know ...
[0:10:27] ... for nobody would surely were you when you're not a job like John Lackey and yeah it's a job right about anyway 369 year in the 12 whip in five starts I'll I'll buy it I'll ...
[0:14:01] ... this team where you can find pitching even call him look at Cole Hamels moments so far this year in the National League are awful. Now is he good pitcher absolutely and because of that he's got a history your resonate you're gonna have to give up an awful lot together a lot. Suppose this team is not good enough and you go spend the money for Cole Hamels and you've got to plus thirty year old pitcher. And you in the in this team stoking you can you can spin ...






The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane.
Gerry, Kirk and Glenn discussed the Mayweather fight.

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MONDAY’S BROADCAST HIGHLIGHTS:
MLB: Rays at Red Sox, 7:10 p.m. (NESN; WEEI-FM)
MLB: Cubs at Cardinals, 8 p.m. (ESPN)
NBA playoffs: Bulls at Cavaliers, 7 p.m. (TNT)
NBA playoffs: Clippers at Rockets, 9:30 p.m. (TNT)
NHL playoffs: Rangers at Capitals, 7:30 p.m. (NBCSN)
Hockey: IIHF World Championship, United States vs. Russia, 10 a.m. (NBCSN)
Soccer: Premier League, Arsenal at Hull City, 2:55 p.m. (NBCSN)

AROUND THE WEB:

Floyd Mayweather won the much-hyped welterweight title fight against Manny Pacquiao on Saturday night, and while the fans made it clear he’s not the people’s champion, the controversial fighter continues to revel in his financial glory.

“The check’s got nine figures on it, baby,” Mayweather bragged Sunday, waving a $100 million check he received after improving to 48-0 with his unanimous decision. He is expected to earn as much as $80 million more after the pay-per-view revenue is tallied. The pay-per-view push was so strong Saturday night that the fight was delayed about 30 minutes so cable operators could process all the late orders.

Mayweather, who was booed heavily before, during and after the fight, has come under fire for his history of domestic abuse — he served two months in jail for a 2010 attack on the mother of his child — and his generally obnoxious behavior.

Mayweather showed gratitude toward the judges who awarded him a unanimous decision, acknowledging the crowd was against him despite the fight taking place in his adopted hometown of Las Vegas.

“I know the judges weren’t going by the crowd screaming,” he said. “The judges were going by shots landed.”

Mayweather was criticized for lacking aggression in Saturday’s bout and failing to entertain those who shelled out $100 to watch the fight on TV. Pacquiao’s camp accused Mayweather of running away and avoiding confrontation. The fans seemed to agree.

“It doesn’t matter who I fight,” Mayweather responded. “It’s just like when I fought Ricky Hatton and knocked out Ricky Hatton, they still booed me. So it’s what I’m used to.”

Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn announced Sunday that they are no longer dating due in part to the demands of their schedules.

Woods has been visible supporting Vonn at her ski races, and Vonn likewise attended Woods’ golf matches, including an appearance at the Masters last month.

Wrote Vonn on Facebook: After nearly three years together, Tiger and I have mutually decided to end our relationship. I will always cherish the memories that we’ve created together. Unfortunately, we both lead incredibly hectic lives that force us to spend a majority of our time apart. I will always admire and respect Tiger. He and his beautiful family will always hold a special place in my heart.

Woods issued a similar statement on his website: Lindsey and I have mutually decided to stop dating. I have great admiration, respect and love for Lindsey and I’ll always cherish our time together. She has been amazing with Sam and Charlie and my entire family. Unfortunately, we lead very hectic lives and are both competing in demanding sports. It’s difficult to spend time together.

— A riot during a soccer match in Poland on Saturday ended with one man dead and 14 police injured.

With Concordia Knurow trailing 4-1 in the first half of its lower-league match against visiting Ruch Radzionkow, frustrated supporters of the home team threw fireworks, started fights and invaded the field.

Police fired rubber bullets at the fans in an effort to separate the fighting factions, and a 27-year-old man was struck on the neck. He was pronounced dead at a local hospital, where the fans continued to riot, throwing rocks and incendiary devices.

“Molotov cocktails, stones and other things were thrown towards the officers,” police spokesman Andrzej Gaska said. “Fourteen officers were wounded during the incident and several aggressive people were detained.

ON THIS DAY TRIVIA (answer below): On May 4, 1974, which Red Sox rookie tied a major league record when he made three errors in his first game?

QUOTE OF THE DAY: “You throw one up and in and then 3-0, you come at me. I don’t really care what they’re trying to do over there but [just what] we’re trying to do, so I just took my base and let them know I didn’t appreciate it. I don’t need to get thrown out. I don’t need to miss any games. I realize my importance to my team. It didn’t hurt anyway. If it hurt … I didn’t even feel it. He’s just lucky I didn’t steal two bases off him.” Jacoby Ellsbury, after getting hit by a pitch in Sunday’s game, as the Yankees completed a sweep of the Red Sox

STAT OF THE DAY: 10 – Consecutive wins for the Astros, who edged the Mariners, 7-6, on Sunday to improve to 18-7, the franchise’s best-ever record after 25 games

‘NET RESULTS (mobile users, check the website to see the videos): Kolten Wong drills a home run in the 14th inning to lift the Cardinals over the Pirates, completing a three-game sweep in which all the games were won in walkoff fashion.

In the top of the 13th inning of a scoreless game against the Diamondbacks, Dodgers pitcher J.P. Howell’s pitch bounces away, but he races home, takes the throw from catcher Yasmani Grandal and backhands a tag on baserunner Jordan Pacheco to prevent the go-ahead run and end the frame ‘€¦

‘€¦ and in the bottom of the inning, Grandal ends it with a home run to left-center field.

Brewers batter Jean Segura takes a pitch from Cubs reliever Pedro Strop right to the forehead but stays in the game.

Mets left fielder Michael Cuddyer reaches up and steals a home run from Nationals batter Ryan Zimmerman.

TRIVIA ANSWER: Shortstop Rick Burleson

SOOTHING SOUNDS: Nick Ashford, who died in 2011, was born on this day in 1941.

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Jerry Spar
John Sarianides of docsportstalk.com joins Chris to discuss the Patriots and the 2015 NFL draft

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Bill Spiros, the Obnoxious Boston Sports Fan comes on to talk about the Mayweather/Pacquiao fight and the Red Sox
Chris discusses his thoughts about the hype behind the fight and how it was disappointing to casual fans.
Chris and John take calls from callers all over the globe to discuss why people hate Floyd Mayweather.