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

[0:00:01] ... AT&T cover more than 99% of all Americans building a better network Hillary Clinton. Fast last night on ABC Hillary Clinton -- Kansas -- of lowered Hillary Clinton and Diane Sawyer who is. The on the fastball she was I was never big guys sort. There optically tracked no now ...
[0:04:18] ... Master will finally -- Sawyer asks her about 2016. If you can run for president. What are you going to decide whether you're running for president -- it at. You know I'm going to decide. When it ...
[0:05:09] ... collect -- -- speak male male would you read no apologies by Mitt Romney. Well it's of sank its darker -- in these people who buys these books and -- -- -- amazes in his book ...
[0:11:00] ... and -- six -- I miss US standing. -- -- Would you Paula Abdul. I'll tell you Bradford too we got a picture too he said. Reprises her -- hell he's in touch papers are run ...






The Sox lose their 6th game in 7 days.
The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane.

[0:01:43] ... -- he's going to live he's almost as hurt as badly as Tony Parker was last he's got -- that he has -- oh yeah whatever that. A Wal-Mart trucks are from Georgia's been charged with ...
[0:02:54] ... Audrey McDonald I've never heard of my life though she is six Tony Awards. Historic night -- miss USA last you know like. And let me guess transgender. Hopkins dropped -- was -- it's going to ...
[0:05:54] ... that in that I believe that I education like such as the South Africa and says that Iraq everywhere like such as is. I really bad day it says that our education over here and they yes it helped the US senators should help South Africa. Is it how to act heroes in front -- -- will be able to build up art teacher. Back. Thank you very much so. I thought he said Osama and the so well before saw she said thought -- United States US Americans US Mark Sanchez you know it's a bad -- So and it hurts that hurts more listen to the march numbers elbow hurt Tony Parker that's true that's still comfortable -- fill factor to graduate is -- -- -- congratulations. Alexander image who did pass away over ...
[0:09:39] ... a really good action -- yeah. Finally man and woman ambushed two police officers eating lunch and Las Vegas restaurant this is awful. Shoot them dead at point blank range before fleeing to a nearby Wal-Mart. ...






The guys opened the show by discussing the Sox come from behind win in Detroit.

[0:00:40] ... you talked about Boehner sure that's. It up that's a week after Stephen Drew was the Red Sox access cards deployed by that point you know. Find out who's really at fault on the Stephen Drew signing mean obviously it was stupid it was a mistake. And -- and was it was like a a moment of weakness ...
[0:02:48] ... four months. Fourteen million is like what you -- superstars. That's what David Ortiz may. Julia we crossed Detroit off this list of teams who want a -- drew you think that particular play out -- ...
[0:04:26] ... move I have seen by them it's like general manager since the Carl Crawford side. And he disagreement -- No amount anybody and I'm -- I don't think that you're going to see him to do ...
[0:05:28] ... awful and by the way almost -- out rock COLT. He's no Stephen Drew. What they were right it's pretty -- brought COLT does still plan is ass off and fortunately has not ended up on the bench because he's gone outfield. He's the one getting bumped. Stephen Drew -- they don't -- He disrespecting my -- career he's fourteen for 56 -- to fifty. Tell back to that's true he's ...






Peter Gammons joined the show to discuss Stephen Drew and the Sox.
The guys react to Tommy Lasorda falling asleep during a visit to the Red Sox radio booth.
The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane. Today the guys had an update on the Bergdahl situation.
Meter, Gerry and Kirk opened the show discussing LeBron's hammy issue.
E:60's Jeremy Schaap joined the show to discuss his excellent story regarding the working conditions in Qatar leading up to the World Cup in 2022.
The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane.