The guys swipe right if they think one Red Sox player will be traded and swipe left if they think the Red Sox will keep him.
[0:01:15] ... all going to be traded or not literal reading start off with JonnyGomes swipe right. For yes he will be traded swipe left for no he will not be traded Lou -- first. All that's ... [0:01:46] ... at. I left fielder against lefties struggles man in the presence of JonnyGomes eagle. I'm gonna say swipe right specific unique skill set being able to hit lefties. Probably can put him in any number ... [0:04:58] ... that in the next when you can't go first and -- -- StephenDrew Lou swipe right or swipe left percent. Okay this -- my boy. But he -- I. Lead previously in this -- like right now you're nine you're no longer the president of the a borderline club night -- to -- a championship caliber team that that player he has both on opposite is the that I favor to him yes just like it to the -- -- -- Google. We don't favors Boston College right now it's Stephen -- -- the beauty of you don't favors to the guys you don't hear anymore because it's just. StephenDrew was the one year deal guys could impact the team next year and I look at rose to Kendry Morales was treated. Back to Seattle last week from Minnesota -- Seattle looks like you know what. I'd go I want Morales at the -- the three months no have to have -- a month or so month and a half with the Minnesota Twins and always hit into their earnings. But obviously sank get more comfortable place will take him now get the best of Kendry Morales and -- will get the best of StephenDrew. He's been Serena battled better the last week ten days two weeks whatever might be it's like. Whoever gets him now will ... [0:07:02] ... keep them swipe. Left I'm -- swipe left on our next guy AndrewMiller I think he stays I think they've got plans for him beyond this year swipe left on AndrewMiller will. Yeah I think that they have -- and as well. But he's not gonna enter territory to they could be data and comfortable this offseason. Meaning it get a five year deal or not Jon Lester. Three years Tony Miller is what it might -- if on the Red Sox and listen to what a gift for him and I deal him as well. I'm dealing pretty much everyone if you only -- -- -- on an -- all right AndrewMiller could be. Yeah you get out the you can get a lot for AndrewMiller I mean right now lefthander -- -- marketer but look for those lefties. You know -- guys getting ScottDowns Easter deadline a lot for him is a one you left this deal he goes to free agency. Three years 67 million ...
The top stories of the day as recounted by John Dennis.
[0:03:27] ... to help. I don't know from spilling the beans here but when EddieMurray -- into the hall of fame. His -- -- induction speech was written by Charles Steinberg. There of their longstanding relationship the ... [0:06:01] ... about it. You probably heard this story will just touch on briefly ColoradoRockies gave -- 15100 -- replica jerseys honoring all star shortstop TroyTulowitzki. -- TU LL. WIT. ZK I on Saturday. But the back of the red whiskey. They are noticing the -- Other rocky ...
Chandler and Hector Rodriguez got quite the surprise Sunday morning at their Duxbury home, as they discovered a partially opened box on their front lawn that was emitting a strong odor.
Massachusetts State Police quickly arrived on the scene and determined through x-ray analysis that the box contained human remains.
“By late Sunday night, Duxbury police confirmed that the body has been handed over to the medical examiner, which is a job I wouldn’t take no matter what they paid me, you’ve got to deal with that. You have no idea who it is, how he got there, what happened,” Dennis said.
Former Yankees manager Joe Torre spoke for almost 28 minutes Sunday during his induction to the National Baseball Hall of Fame, but immediately had a look on regret on his face after finishing his address.
While Torre talked at length about the Yankees during his speech, he failed to mention George Steinbrennerand the leap of faith that the former Yankee owner offered Torre when he gave him the job of New York manager in 1996.
“As soon as I turned around, I said, ‘I forgot George.’ Not only George, but Hal [Steinbrenner] and the family and the whole thing,” Torre said after his speech.
“Don’t you spend some time compiling your speech, making a list of all the people you want to thank?” Dennis asked.
“Joe Torre is a really smart guy,” Buckley said. “He was a broadcaster with the Angels for several years, so he’s worked in media, he’s done a lot of stuff over the years. … But still, when you get up there with what is really, inarguably, the biggest day of your life, I have complete sympathy for him because there’s so many things going on that you’ve never dealt with in your life.”
The Rockies thought it would be a good idea to schedule a promotional giveaway before Saturday’s game against the Pirates, as the team decided to give away Troy Tulowitzki shirts to the first 15,000 fans that arrived at Coors Field.
The only issue? The shirts featured the name ‘Tulowizki,’ missing the second ‘T.’
“Somebody brighter than me, I forget who it was, said leave off the last ‘T’ for ‘trade,’ “ Buckley said.
The New York Post, after a thorough schedule analysis, revealed that President Barack Obama has played 81 rounds of golf and attended 75 political fundraisers in the 628 days since his 2012 re-election and is on pace to double the 104 days he spent golfing during his first term.
MONDAY’S BROADCAST HIGHLIGHTS:
MLB: Blue Jays at Red Sox, 7 p.m. (NESN, ESPN; WEEI-FM)
MLB: Padres at Braves, 12:10 p.m. (MLB Network)
MLS: Los Angeles Galaxy at Seattle Sounders, 10 p.m. (ESPN2)
WNBA: Indiana Fever at Los Angeles Sparks, 10:30 p.m. (NBA TV)
AROUND THE WEB:
Luigi Militello shows off the Red SoxWorld Series championship ring he found and returned. (AP)
Drew Weber, a New York businessman who owns the Lowell Spinners, took the ring on a rare outing and left it on the sink of the bathroom at Luke’s Bar and Grill on Thursday night.
Luigi Militello, who owns the Manhattan establishment, found the ring.
“I was like, ‘Geez, it’s big. Who would leave this here?’ ” Militello told The Associated Press. “I’m a big Yankee fan. What are the chances of this happening?”
Weber called the restaurant after realizing he couldn’t find his keepsake.
“I went looking around my apartment and started having palpitations. Sweat was pouring off my forehead,” he said. “I’m looking at my finger and it’s not there.”
After some teasing followed by some baseball talk, Militello insisted he did not want a reward for finding the ring. However, Weber and the Red Sox will host him for the regular-season finale at Fenway on Sept. 28 — which is against the Yankees and is Derek Jeter‘s last scheduled game. Weber also will make a donation to a charity Militello chose.
– Jets cornerback Dee Milliner has only one year of NFL experience, but he’s showing that he’s an old pro when it comes to acting like a Jet.
“The best corner in the league? Me,” Milliner told the New York Daily News. “I ain’t gonna say that somebody else is better than me.”
Added Milliner: “I’m not going to say somebody that plays the same position is better than me. Don’t care if they’ve been in the league 10 years and I’ve been here five months. That’s how it’s going to go. I’m the best. I’m not going to say that another man that plays the same position … and say he’s better than me? I can’t do that.”
Said coach Rex Ryan: “Did he go through growing pains? Absolutely, but he was in the fire. So, right now, it’s nothing new to him. He’s out there, let’s go. And his teammates, believe me, they’re definitely confident in Dee Milliner.”
Nibali, an anti-doping advocate who races for the Astana team, crossed the line on the final stage 24 seconds behind Germany’s Marcel Kittel to win by 7 minutes, 37 seconds over France’s Jean-Christophe Peraud.
“Now that I find myself on the highest step on the Champs-Elysees podium, it’s more beautiful than I ever imagined,” Nibali told the crowd. “I’ve never been this moved in all my life.”
Nibali becomes the sixth rider to win all the Grand Tours — France, Italy and Spain.
ON THIS DAY TRIVIA (answer below): On July 28, 1983, the Rangers replaced which former Red Sox manager with which other former Sox skipper?
Buck's column today dealt with the awesome story of Jordan Leandre and the boys have Saul Wisnia on to discuss that story and more details from the '04 Sox team. He also gives his opinions on what went wrong this season.
[0:00:06] ... author of the book miracle at Fenway the inside story of the BostonRedSox 2004. Championship season salt Wednesday it's all good morning how -- -- Do very well thank you of course Steve Buckley here ... [0:02:06] ... of course that would think what are you guys compared it to JonLester into the comparison -- -- -- Roger Clemens you look at them. And he's a horse and it's hard to believe this ... [0:03:35] ... for Pedro and then not indeed that wonderful. -- put slocum for DerekLowe and JasonVaritek period that would work up pretty well. And and then of course the new owners come in and you know typically a ...