John Buccigross discussed the World Series with the guys. Also, does he cry at movies?

[0:00:16] ... on what we watched last night's seventh and deciding game of the World Series. What do you think the level of interest news in the former national pastime across this great country based on the speed ...
[0:02:57] ... take these games to me it can but -- indeed your other World Series. Game seven last night come home from work and watch it's not like an episode of you know breaking bad aura of the good wife whatever you have to consume this stuff lives. Right Hitler you know John skipper via the Internet you know relies on about 56 years ago thought what you aggressively. Told our cabinets. With long term deals 25 year deal in college football and long term deal to get Appel wouldn't disrupt opium BA package in. Tried to get hockey two years ago but NBC ...
[0:06:10] ... on the team now he might the best in the country in College Hockey like the three months and why did go to. World could be too good for the US HL which is the American junior program to play Canadian junior he wanted that you know and maybe he would have it could be Ontario hockey league but is it musical back property and you've got the first I mean ever worn his school on his Jersey. He never ...
[0:07:13] ... but he graduate school in three years. So we've got to play College Hockey this year about how good US HL for which he's too good for. A jar the five and six Bruins are just ...






John Buccigross discussed the World Series with the guys. Also does he cry at movies

[0:00:16] ... on what we watched last night's seventh and deciding game of the World Series. What do you think the level of interest news in the former national pastime across this great country based on the speed ...
[0:02:57] ... take these games to me it can but -- indeed your other World Series. Game seven last night come home from work and watch it's not like an episode of you know breaking bad aura of the good wife whatever you have to consume this stuff lives. Right Hitler you know John skipper via the Internet you know relies on about 56 years ago thought what you aggressively. Told our cabinets. With long term deals 25 year deal in college football and long term deal to get Appel wouldn't disrupt opium BA package in. Tried to get hockey two years ago but NBC ...
[0:06:10] ... on the team now he might the best in the country in College Hockey like the three months and why did go to. World could be too good for the US HL which is the American junior program to play Canadian junior he wanted that you know and maybe he would have it could be Ontario hockey league but is it musical back property and you've got the first I mean ever worn his school on his Jersey. He never ...
[0:07:13] ... but he graduate school in three years. So we've got to play College Hockey this year about how good US HL for which he's too good for. A jar the five and six Bruins are just ...






The guys opened the show discussing the Giants 3rd World Series win in 5 years.

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[0:03:17] ... play OnStar. Is at their history. To recognize. Your performance this 2004 World Series. I'd probably present to you. Burial set keys to brand new 2015. Chevy Colorado congratulations. Beat Colorado went up. At its somehow ...
[0:05:01] ... telling you this is terrible for baseball is game seven of the World Series. Terrible for baseball exhibit the theme going forward is going to be the ratings the ratings that you heard. Mad dog we ...
[0:07:11] ... were coaching and don't get to but but honestly the other than Barry Bonds. Kanye West's current men and I can think of anybody. I hate him Garnett who is associated with that. The they really baseball relief ...






The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane.

[0:06:54] ... that makes stuff up as I was at a rally in Pennsylvania Joseph Biden says stop that it it is very thing that's what. Apple Store to get out of it explain why this is how it works right it is not a game changer. They met Joseph Biden stopped at a diner at the close twenty years I was there and Hillary Clinton. George Wrighster Hillary Clinton Democrats what Hillary Clinton you know she was named after. Rodham Clinton hello sir Edmund Hillary right he realized that she was born before and even ...



Here are the highlights from Thursday’s Headlines on Dennis & Callahan with Kirk Minihane, John Dennis and Gerry Callahan. To hear the segment, go to the Dennis & Callahan audio on demand page.

— During Monday’s debate between Massachusetts gubernatorial candidates Charlie Baker and Martha Coakley, Baker relayed a story about an encounter with a local fisherman while on the campaign trail. Baker began to cry when telling the story — recalling a time when the fisherman told him he prevented his sons from using their athletic football scholarships, instead insisting they become fishermen.

The question has now been raised whether or not the story actually happened.

“I think Baker made it up completely,” Minihane said.

“I don’t,” Callahan replied. “I think there is some truth to it. Some guy who’s kid was a football player — wasn’t two kids or two brothers, they weren’t spectacular, there wasn’t any Division 1 scholarships — but there was a kid that wanted to go to college and play football and the father told Baker that he said, ‘No, you’re going to be a fisherman.’ That part I believe. The rest he exaggerates and makes up.”

Added Dennis: “I don’t think Charlie is dumb enough to fabricate something out of whole cloth that did not have some grain of truth in it. I think perhaps what Gerry was saying is true, he met a fisherman and said I made my kids do this and I didn’t want to do this and whether the fisherman exaggerated or embellished or whether Charlie did, I don’t think Charlie is a stupid guy at all. He’s a very smart guy.”

— While speaking to a crowd on the two-year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, a protester challenged New Jersey governor Chris Christie, criticizing his administration’s handling of the rebuilding of homes and businesses. Christie told the man to, “Sit down and shut up.”

He continued to challenge the man: “I’ve been here when the cameras aren’t here, buddy, and done the work. … Turn around, get your fifteen minutes of fame, and then, maybe, take your jacket off, roll up your sleeves, and do something for the people of this state.”

Callahan isn’t too fond of Christie.

“You’re supposed to be there without cameras, you fraud,” said Callahan. “I want that fat load to run just so I can watch him get taken apart, piece by piece and that is a lot of pieces.”

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The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane.

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[0:14:14] ... Army we've seen a lot of guys over the years. Tommy. And Dustin Pedroia. Those that. Yeah I like him at the now he's a little the big lead guy's body that. Bradford last radical laugh ...
[0:14:57] ... cold rain that's it cold rain rain Kate you just. It's paid Peyton Manning just sprung up out of bed the cold sweat on it. Cold rain we've got now. I think he's. Already nervous already ...






Joe challenged Kirk to a fight.

[0:00:54] ... cats everywhere in my charges that he didn't ask your or the rat tail you're going to be ghastly. Etc. do we know Joseph pursue other ride at college. I tell you what you can do ...
[0:02:46] ... reasonably attractive night's sleep with their. After you die and have my eyes open is that is that it's you know you what you're what hardship most of you who you're actually your attention with me ...
[0:03:35] ... good up and what do I do it all on. How are real estate and trying to actually and joke on the senate it's not enough talent. It's it's I think Joe's can have no problem ...
[0:04:30] ... yeah at some quick zero pence up exist secretary pretend that's just closed minded at some barrel up. Oh integrators like this I am the show. It is like I am I in the shattered Joseph ...






The guys discussed the upcoming Brady Manning match up.
The guys opened the show by discussing the debate.

Here are the highlights from Wednesday’s Headlines on Dennis & Callahan with Kirk Minihane, John Dennis and Gerry Callahan. To hear the segment, go to the Dennis & Callahan audio on demand page.

— A friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was found guilty Wednesday of lying to federal investigators. Despite the defense saying that he was high when other friends in Tsarnaev’s UMass-Dartmouth dorm removed potential evidence from the case, Robel Phillipos was convicted on two counts of lying.

Phillipos could spend up to 16 years in a federal prison. The sentencing will take place in January 2015.

The hosts were surprised the deliberations took as long as six days.

Said Callahan: “One juror who just couldn’t get enough of the free lunches. Maybe the coffee was good. Didn’t want to give it up.”

Asked Dennis: “What took so long?”

A clip of Michael Dukakis voicing support for Phillipos was played, in which the former governor said, “Justice will be done.”

“He was right,” Minihane said.

Replied Callahan: “Justice was done. And you lose again, Duke. What a loser. He testifies as a character witness with this burnout.”

The hosts also didn’t agree with a Boston Globe editorial that said although Phillipos was in the wrong, he should receive a lighter sentence because he had no previous criminal record and didn’t intentionally try to deceive the investigation.

“That’s unbelievable,” Callahan said. “They’re begging for mercy for this maggot who did impede the investigation.”

“Isn’t that amazing?” Minihane asked.

“You know two words that are missing [from the editorial]? Sean Collier,” Callahan said. “Sean Collier, if this little burnout had cooperated, Sean Collier could be alive today.”

— The final debate between gubernatorial candidates Charlie Baker and Martha Coakley was held Tuesday night. There were serious questions asked to the two, but there others that were lighter in nature.

One question in particular asked if the candidates would rather win the lottery or the election.

“That’s just the dumbest question I’ve ever heard,” Callahan said. “What candidates would go, ‘I’d rather win the lottery’?”

The moderators also asked Baker and Coakley what their signature dish would be if they were in the kitchen cooking. Baker, who apparently isn’t much of a chef, said he is better at making coffee and cleaning.

“If Charlie Baker were to be honest, he’d say, ‘God, that’s a stupid question,’ ” Callahan said.

Asked Minihane: “Can’t you just say something? Just say baked ziti and move on.”

“What is your signature dish?” Dennis asked Minihane.

“I actually make a damn tasty baked ziti,” replied Minihane.

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