Kicking around the dream of acquiring a pitcher like Sonny Gray and how much you would have to give up in order to acquire that caliber talent
Filling in for MFB, Greg Dickerson and John Tomase open up the show debating whether the Red Sox are actually back or if it's just another tease.
Lou, Christian and Tim talk about Vernon Davis' bad answers on Family Feud and airline pilots fired for taking pictures with a woman during a flight.

[0:00:54] ... it's not gonna happen but I'm sorry was sort of slobbering over Natalie Allen knows it was an epic night nobody can anybody came home really late some growth through what this morning what's yes. Right ...
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[0:06:14] ... that's like I told us they'd all be fired while flying the plane tickets so we with this woman. They should be fired it bolted it down would be spent the to plus or fired yes ...
[0:08:02] ... Some other avenue that's right the first of about the use the nuclear device you're on myself. And addressed me enough of these should not deal to do that. Again usually when you fly wants to ...






Christian poses five subjects to Lou and Tim, including what movie could have a good spin off, Jim Harbaugh's awkward interview and the own-goal that eliminated England from the World Cup.
Former Bruins head coach Don Cherry joins MFB to talk about the recent Bruins trades and free agency signings.
The guys talk about how unbelievable it is that Red Sox players have forgotten how many outs there were four times this season -- and it's not even the All-Star break!

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[0:05:07] ... Right now was great then there and I don't care if it's Dustin Pedroia. Oki bets I have no probably plays a game I love the way pleasing games can be great player. Jackie Bradley I ...
[0:06:16] ... that from the Bruins point of view but you know we've heard. John Henry say it's unacceptable and will wait and see what the changes are going to be for that we've heard. That was unacceptable ...
[0:07:52] ... the bookie had no problem with them text district of with trot Trot Nixon. You know he caught a ball right field but in the stands the stars in the guy's court. But you don't look at a guy like Trot Nixon that yeah this comes down to lick track record this comes down the kind of you have a guy he has truck ...






Lou, Christian and Tim talk about Rick Porcello's terrible outing in Toronto and what the Red Sox should do with the struggling pitcher.
Lou, Christian and Tim speak with Steve Pagliuca about the 2024 Olympic bid in Boston, and some of the skepticism in the city regarding the cost of the project.
ESPN Insider, Buster Olney, related some stories from the 2001 World Series where Andy Pettite was tipping his pitches to the eventual World Champion Arizona Diamonbacks.
Lou, Christian, and Tim start the show discussing last night's bounce-back performance from Eduardo Rodriguez. But the focal point of the discussion was whether or not it was wrong of NESN to show images of E-Rod tipping his pitches, and specifically which pitches he threw when his chin was tucked into his chest in different ways.