On Tuesday’s Three For All on Middays with MFB, Tim Benz and Lou Merloni discussed Rory McIlroy‘s new love interest, self-serve beer machines and Rob Bradford‘s podcast with a “Mad Men” star. To listen to the segment, go to the MFB audio on demand page.
McIlroy appears to be over the end of his relationship with tennis star Caroline Wozniacki. The golfer reportedly now is dating Irish model and singer Nadia Forde.
“I didn’t realize what he had graduated to from Caroline Wozniacki, the tennis player,” Benz said. “Congratulations, Rory, I guess you did upgrade after all.”
Benz tried describing Forde’s appearance but instead pushed the listeners to check out a link to photos of her on the MFB home page.
“You wouldn’t look at her and say ‘Irish girl,’ ” Benz said. “She looks a lot more exotic than that.”
– In a past Three for All segment, the guys discussed the DraftServ self-serve beer stations at Target Field just in time for the All-Star festivities.
It appears the stations were a success for Monday’s Home Run Derby.
“Apparently last night people were loving it. Apparently they have Shandy and Urban Pale Ale,” Merloni said. “They sell this by the ounce. So it’s 40 cents an ounce and Bud Light is 38 cents an ounce. So you can get a $10 card, prepaid, or a $20 prepaid card.
“You just roll up there, put in however many ounces you want, put that thing underneath.”
Merloni added: ”Apparently people are loving it. Maybe not crazy about the pour, but it’s outstanding.”
The stations are owned by the family of Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs.
“This is fantastic for Bruins fans,” Benz said.
– Producer Joe Zarbano brought his own topic to the table with Christian Fauria out for the day. He was creeped out by Bradford’s interview with January Jones from the TV series “Mad Men.”
“It was as creepy as you’d think it would be,” he said.
After listening to some audio from the show, Benz said, “Joey, I think you’re being a little too hard on Rob. Any double entendre there was her fault that she actually did.”
Benz added: “I walk away from that and don’t think to myself, ‘creepy,’ I think he was very nervous.”