We're live in Pawtucket and we check in with the manager of the Sox AAA affiliate, Kevin Boles.
Michael, Dale and Greg Dickerson talk Pats as we're now ONE week away from the start of training camp.
TC stops by to talk about the Sox and their farm system, as well as the return of Shane Victorino, live from Pawtucket, RI

[0:00:08] ... the Red Sox return to action tomorrow night. At Fenway against the Kansas City Royals but that doesn't mean that -- and crew was sitting around. Eating bon bonds and get fat -- don't know when Tom ...
[0:03:28] ... up and think about going forward and if they do bring Greg Jon Lester but especially if they don't bring back Lester they say a group got to go with the kids. Two innings pitches a ...
[0:05:13] ... right field and -- he's pretty good. Much longer before we see Shane Victorino back rents out this weekend there's even talk of my guess is. Yeah of their home this weekend. I would think that I just wanna talk to but he said after BP so I don't have any inside information from him but he says I did the quick healthy game is volatile. Do they we -- for the weekend and take them on the road trip wouldn't -- that makes the most sense but you know we've seen this before they like to maybe polian and play it ...





We tackle four topics, all sparked by the great speech Stuart Scott gave at the ESPY's last night.
We discuss the Patriots with CSNNE's Tom E Curran, now that we're inside of 10 days until Patriots training camp opens for business.
We discuss Derek Jeter, excuse me, the All-Star game controversy sparked by Cardinals Pitcher Adam Wainwright concerning Derek Jeter's first at-bat.
We tackle four topics all sparked by the Derek Jeter and Adam Wainright supposed 'grooved' pitch in the All-Star game.

[0:00:51] ... we're going to that. Now since Adam Wainwright glue that -- to Derek Jeter in the first inning we're gonna start right there do you have a problem. With the grooved a pitch in an all star game. Who won the last two. -- towards a quarter. Racing around worse beating -- this second and he's got a double. I feel like that it's sweet digs it out of the corner. I'll go first I had no issues I don't have any issues now I didn't have any issues that I don't care what if you would Derek Keys. Well as Derek Jeter said after the game he was asked about it they set -- got to hit it. Public view I have no problem -- -- -- Michael let them stand up there with a bad my hands you you come down Broadway avenue tickets if you do it on purpose thanks a lot. Well my only problem with that is that Derek Jeter didn't hit a home run outside all the data pointed -- you really do it. -- -- this and make it real dramatic but it was great I think people wanted to see it. The only mistake. Adam Wainwright made is just mentioning it and no I'm not in charge of big mistake he mentioned it to stick with that don't back away from. But I think. If you're at that game and you're watching -- TV you wanted to hear hear most wanted Derek Jeter to get hit and got the result that you were looking for. No problems. -- -- we are Michael this time. It ...
[0:05:52] ... career without that injury would you think you would have to -- Willis McGahee yes electric great call you're like god I like got a lot because. If we talked about this before and we we ...
[0:09:30] ... they did not -- knowledge the untimely in recent deaths of both Don Zimmer and Tony Gwynn. I I noticed where are our buddy Bob -- just tweeted out about it a few minutes ago as well. Most people ...
[0:10:52] ... game one of the World Series there's some sort of tribute to Don Zimmer and Tony Gwynn. And and others who Major League Baseball may have lost over the last years while -- -- you -- But yeah I ...






Derek Jeter's retirement tour continues, and after a new commercial featuring "Jetes" aired, we discuss why he may or may not be overrated, and why Boston fans should or should not pay their respects to "The Captain".
We discuss the subpoenaed text messages between the Patriots and Aaron Hernandez, and what, if anything, will be revealed by them.
We discuss the fledgling interest in MLB's all-star game and how most will choose to watch other programming instead.