Dale and Michael disagree on this one... but does Big Z have to go for the Bruins to evolve and grow as a team?
We discuss the David Ortiz ejection and suspension, and whether or not Jim Palmer went a little over the top with his opinion on Ortiz.

[0:00:00] ... But David Ortiz sub. Now suspension in addition to the expulsion from the game is certainly got people fired up hasn't. Well. Is it clear ...
[0:02:11] ... against Baltimore you have to sit back the last three times that David Ortiz has been thrown out of games against the Orioles so. It's going on there lucky the EP made contact even rushing as ...
[0:03:08] ... appeal is that it dale and a battle at a look at Jim Palmer suddenly be in a convert to not arguing with umpires. When his whole career he did not that would beat them every athlete I don't like it's really worth got a point there plea for a big Annika she's ever had a called strike it was a good call. Entire career OK good deal why didn't bitch about pitches that are called strike and who is Jim Palmer's manager guy who prided himself on getting to expect that I might well it certainly echo a lot of those moments it's not necessarily a fault one. That David Ortiz whined about every called strike. It's called out on strikes and all might god be apocalypse is upon us absolutely as did Jim Palmer by the way only only from the pitcher's mound and suddenly he's against that he's appalled by that behavior which which by ...
[0:04:16] ... They're saying well have you heard of the people of Boston yeah Red Sox they should trapeze well beyond social media David Ortiz sounds like a full. When he says Jim Palmer doing this to become famous. Yet after a plumber guy never done anything in this game. Do we know Jim Palmer risk poppy and wheat are off until the disease be able to eat Palmer like. Cool you let US secret and you're nobody Iraq has made these look up all of. They got the beautiful and that's a beautiful thing about Twitter I don't ever done that did terribly terribly late dale witnesses that the Cy Young things that Paula acting Coopers town now. I don't know where does that hit three. It. That's why don't all of bastard ...






We tackle four great moments in the Boston-vs-Cleveland sports rivalry... from the Boston perspective anyway.
Dale, Michael and Jerry discuss the Celtics loss in game one, and whether or not they can steal game two before returning to Boston on Thursday.

[0:01:17] ... like you would say a disinterested. Holy crap we better wake up Cleveland Cavaliers team is to go. Oh yeah that first thing you steal at first when because you know you've got things going pretty ...
[0:06:19] ... five games if they lose that sixty. If they lose to the Cleveland Cavaliers they're supposed to do right yeah this is still a wildly successful season. For the Celtics this is a big step forward ...
[0:07:10] ... of these guys. In the playoffs this week. All right you know Chris Paul was great for the clippers not available. You know Yonder Jordan got your creative but I'll that he wants to come above. ...
[0:08:36] ... win like there is the player out there. It is short of LeBron James almost you can get a couple of minutes on the way they thought you know what they do you think your gallery ...






We wrap up the day with some of the best sound you may have missed.

[0:02:58] ... asleep with a time you know that was Larry Bird bulletins alone. Jon Lester struggled on the mound in Chicago have been putting well documented his problem throwing to bases have been talked about even more ...
[0:03:55] ... Anthony Rizzo credit for being clever fine. Just ignore the fact that Jon Lester somehow felt compelled to throw its lot ample all the president's death. To think the reflexive dissipated that was that would have ...
[0:05:44] ... go with that. So what the CMA awards last night cowboys quarterback Tony Romo made a guest appearance to present an award. Before Romo could beginning with begged by hosting country singer Blake Shelton. To throw ...
[0:06:47] ... this is legit. Doesn't want this and want them. Deflated ball. Why Dallas Cowboys. We have real balls. Up and I already know rams' walk tackle pat and I wanna Seattle at this century. That voted the playoff games as Pro Bowl wanted his career. Well well yeah football politically he killed that's real threats like that it's a blatantly somebody's mentioning deflate gave them the it believes each guilty that I'm wondering the NFL isn't. GMC has released video and audio Warren Sapp to arrest for assault and solicitation that occurred the night at the Super Bowl now. The audio it's a little Dicey we'll get into the gory details on tomorrow's final drive when we're back in studio and can cover our butts. But for today here's a preview clip from this this is Warren Sapp winding. He complete this bully and his arrest in the fact that he's going to jail. We have to put it intentionally ...






Michael, Jerry and Andy Hart discuss this year's Celtics as they enter the playoffs to take one of the best teams in the East in the NBA Playoffs.
We discuss the Britt McHenry suspension from ESPN, and the incident itself, and whether or not we've all had an incident like this, and whether her response was in any way appropriate.
We wrap up the day with some of the best sound of the day and the week.
We tackle four iconic audio moments in Boston Celtics history a few days after the 50th anniversary of 'HAVILCEK STOLE THE BALL!"
Dale, Michael and Jerry Thornton get some great insight on the Hernandez trial's outcome from UNH Law Professor / SI's Michael McCann.

[0:00:15] ... been with us on a number of occasions talked about it is Michael McCann from Sports Illustrated and SI dot com UNH law professor as well. Michael joins us on the AT&T hotline right now hey ...
[0:01:15] ... prosecution proves the case and in it clearly they did given the jury's verdict. While that let me to the second part of the question which was were you surprised by what you heard yesterday. So ...
[0:04:30] ... they didn't buy into her they they discussed what the impact of Robert Kraft testimony was. It in your opinion what was the the key to this whole thing what tipped the scales against. And it ...
[0:05:38] ... but it didn't work that remains. That testimony was crucial I think Robert Kraft testimony was important. It was an enormously important because he didn't say anything that they didn't already know we think they knew there and it was that the crime scene. And Robert Kraft testified that Hernandez essentially lied to him. That's certainly didn't reflect well on her name as I think what made Robert Kraft testimony powerful wasn't so much what he said it was that he said it. He's such a prominent figure they have a tremendous presents is clearly the most. Prominent person testified at trial. But to deal which and it Jenkins testimony that was most amateur and. We're talking Michael McCann a Sports Illustrated and SI dot com about the Aaron Hernandez verdict that came down yesterday. Based on your knowledge of the ...