Today's Four at Four honors the latest Red Sox hall of fame inductees.

[0:09:05] ... I ask you is you've got one big game. You can -- Pedro Martinez in his prime or Roger Clemens in a -- and who'd you pick Jon Lester auto that's and other odds are. All like my chances. I like my team mama come you know if I'm -- against duke dale. And you got the other guy whoever the other guy -- I have much respect for your team 20 my god and have a hard time. -- your -- I got a feeling we get same guy problem Pedro in too. Oprah I want to one and a former -- -- one game to win. All the money on the table -- Pedro Martinez and you don't once again. It's not a slight to Roger Clemens now. Anything about it's it's -- fault. I think about ...
[0:10:32] ... in a big game against the Yankees here in 2003 you know Don Zimmer. You know point that is dead yet it was Jorge Posada -- on some things in big games to put. -- had to go would go with a guy and I'm asking myself ...




Patriots second year corner back Logan Ryan joins the program to discuss his development and what the team needs to do improve from week one to week two of the preseason.

[0:00:09] ... in the patriots are beginning -- and pre season game against the Philadelphia Eagles -- how I think sought to take some time to join us. -- -- -- would really appreciate her conversation with Logan brought you by Sam Adams slogan -- -- get better as -- -- number one and you individually. From pre season game number one to number two ...
[0:09:01] ... into Cooperstown as wells being inducted. In the major or two via Boston Red Sox hall of fame today will begin -- major league Baseball Hall of Fame someday. Down the line or what the PED controversy prevent that. From happening while the whole interview coming up ...






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[0:04:45] ... store and don't exactly. -- -- over there they -- -- your Jake Peavy or something like that are I don't know if maybe you were maybe which is a particularly that if we step guys. Well you know where's that guy that would Wear their sweat their college but it's. But after a road trip and Norah just to show that they were somebody -- they -- -- the -- -- -- where -- what you -- ...




Nomar joins the guys to talk about his time with the Sox and his relationship with the other inductees.

[0:00:01] ... Many days with -- BF Fenway Park Maloney Christian Fauria -- him -- pleased to be joined right now by Nomar Garciaparra Red Sox hall of Famer getting inducted today. Mark thanks for joining us they -- me. You know you came back as an Oakland Athletics and -- Jim Rice honored here at the same week and you first returned to Fenway with another team. What's it like ...
[0:02:36] ... thought. That's kind of funny. It was actually go and knows my high school. Going into meeting. Baseball -- them. Principle that people at high school my own players -- in them. But baseball program and things there's actually go in for meeting called funny calls me. Aces ...
[0:07:34] ... yeah they -- -- -- right before -- revenue for the real World Series. Have you ever allowed yourself your mind water street at some point what what would have been like to be here in 2004. Win the World Series was one. Yeah I mean I I you definitely think about that I've -- I was also happy when they want and I was excited and and for me -- I felt the part of it because I was getting calls from the guys when they're going through so for me that was pretty special you know when they -- on the bus when her. On the road and they're like Casey who were doing or thinking about you and on my ID yeah I'm watching it and and because I don't there's only two World Series I've ever watched. What while I was while I was plain hand -- -- wanna watch like MarketWatch where I wanna be. ...
[0:08:46] ... at same time with me were roosters. The thought of winning a World Series so far out there are people actually believe in the curse of the baby goes 1918 I mean there's chance -- they ...






Roger Clemens joins MFB to talk about his career. his relationship with the other inductees, and his chances of going to the Baseball Hall of Fame.

[0:00:00] ... -- off an induction day here at Fenway Park to immensely Maloney Christian Fauria Jokester -- with the call is a Red Sox hall of Famer as of today and the man that authored that performance ...
[0:06:48] ... what I thought it was a police car. It was a motorcycle police officers civil what's to and then as soon as I turn brown hold on and I just called up. As soon as I ...
[0:13:03] ... up sometimes I would. Be pushed back even here to pitch against Randy Johnson just keep everything -- -- -- throw -- -- -- -- some donors won't get away from there you keep the -- ...
[0:14:33] ... of -- you should be in amazing thing they did with Visio Craig Biggio is a hall of -- should be. A visual bags Bagwell piazza is the kind of blows my mind about him on ...






Pedro joins the MFB guys to discuss his career and his relationships with his fellow inductees.

Here are the highlights from Thursday’€™s Headlines on Dennis & Callahan with Kirk Minihane, Gerry Callahan and guest host Jon Meterparel. To listen to the segment, go to the Dennis & Callahan audio on demand page.

New details are slowly emerging regarding Robin Williams‘€™ concerning behavior while on the set of his last TV show, “The Crazy Ones.”€

“So the truth is slowly leaking out,”€ Callahan said.

“€œDid you watch ‘€˜The Crazy Ones?’€™ “€œ Callahan asked.

“Once, because [Williams] was in it,”€ Meterparel responded.

“œI did the same thing, I watched the pilot. It’€™s the worst thing I ever saw. I didn’€™t make it through,”€ Minihane said.

Last May, Williams insisted on filming a scene for the CBS series while drinking actual alcohol, an action that seemed to “calm him down.”€

A source told Radar Online that Williams, reeling financially, would sleep for almost 20 hours a day in the weeks leading up to his tragic death.

“Do you think there was any saving Robin Williams?” Callahan asked.

Said Minihane: “I think if he was doing well financially right now, he would have committed suicide six years from now. … I just think when there are demons; there are demons for some guys. I think he might have been one of those guys.”

Barack Obama is coming up on his 200th round of golf since his election as President back in 2009. The Washington Times was quick to point out that golf star Tiger Woods has only played 269 rounds during that same time.

“The sad thing is that his handicap is lower than Tiger’€™s,”€ Callahan remarked.

“Would you play golf with Obama if you got an invitation?”€ Minihane asked Callahan.

‘€œNo. … I would be uncomfortable,”€ Callahan responded.

“Why, he’€™s the President of the United States. … What a jerk. Is that a jerk move?”€ Minihane said.

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Bill Madden of the NY Daily News joined the show to discuss Tom Werner and the latest on who will be elected commissioner of MLB.

[0:02:57] ... that we keep -- away were electing a second owner from the Milwaukee Brewers city Commissioner of Baseball. And in that respect I guess she kind of backed off a little bit but I think he ...
[0:03:46] ... back here. How can -- not. -- not these three guys. Werner Larry Lucchino. John Henry really also. World where essentially. Out of -- meantime -- it was only the Miami Marlins but he was drowning out there. ...
[0:04:28] ... which but for a warm. What he arranges reaching swap in which John Henry wound up with a Red Sox. Larry Lucchino was not based fall out there having a falling out with John Moore is. In San Diego and -- it was not ...
[0:05:41] ... anybody having more hackable credentials. And rob Manfred who has decided that Bud Selig number two guy over this unprecedented. Twenty year period of prosperity in baseball. Not just the game itself but for the owners ...






The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane.
The guys opened the show by discussing Meter's upbringing.