In honor of the Red Sox newest prospect we rehash four Boston athletes that were much hyped... some lived up to it... some did not.

[0:00:48] ... this was. Up first on our hype meter we've got the Japanese Greg Maddux. The Japanese sensation that's gonna sweep the nation. Well when he first arrived in Boston. He looked up to some of the ...
[0:02:12] ... prospect not to mention this jobless and evolve not to mention is Hanley Ramirez is offensive line of some might out of the hide of guys. Nothing like lately so it's nice gave ever member. Tracking ...
[0:02:57] ... good fastball it Clemens. Yes Michael yes we are sticking to the Boston Red Sox. Leading up to his signing with the Red Sox Carl Crawford with the four time all star four times he led the league in stolen bases. Four times he led the league in triples. Carl Crawford was supposed to solve our problems in left field and all he did was create some more. Is that we really you ...
[0:03:59] ... Sox. Think it was an event very long grace period with. Right Carl Crawford about about people were extremely patient with it and that incident at the New Hampshire com. Yeah it wasn't here is not ...






In honor of the Red Sox newest prospect we rehash four Boston athletes that were much hyped... some lived up to it... some did not.

[0:00:48] ... this was. Up first on our hype meter we've got the Japanese Greg Maddux. The Japanese sensation that's gonna sweep the nation. Well when he first arrived in Boston. He looked up to some of the ...
[0:02:12] ... prospect not to mention this jobless and evolve not to mention is Hanley Ramirez is offensive line of some might out of the hide of guys. Nothing like lately so it's nice gave ever member. Tracking ...
[0:02:57] ... good fastball it Clemens. Yes Michael yes we are sticking to the Boston Red Sox. Leading up to his signing with the Red Sox Carl Crawford with the four time all star four times he led the league in stolen bases. Four times he led the league in triples. Carl Crawford was supposed to solve our problems in left field and all he did was create some more. Is that we really you ...
[0:03:59] ... Sox. Think it was an event very long grace period with. Right Carl Crawford about about people were extremely patient with it and that incident at the New Hampshire com. Yeah it wasn't here is not ...






Clay Buchholz spoke with the guys about having a more "regular" off-season and Spring Training, being the oldest pitcher on the staff, and how baseball is a mental game.

[0:00:06] ... I'm told that who has got Clay Buchholz standing by. In Florida serie a little railroad area around here announced at trinity to some burned to the two guys will go back down there but beautiful ...
[0:01:10] ... when you Orly the the elder guy here in Boston Ewing no Jon Lester no John Lackey. How high does that cause your approach kind of coming in here being with that leader like well maybe some things you've ...
[0:11:08] ... this Clay Buchholz he's Stella blue Maloney at spring training to advance Christian Fauria back here. In Boston or we come back we'll do it free for all we have a little for the free for ...





Joey Mac spoke about the Bruins awful road trip and some options for the March 2nd trade deadline.

[0:04:33] ... a hail Mary pass and really trying to sign somebody. Maybe like Chris Stewart somebody that they Paula don't wanna pay a lot of money for sign a guy like that really make a difference and ...
[0:08:11] ... a rock should either surely hope that has turned into a perennial Stanley Cup contender. And I think that they bulked up app. They've done on the hot seat in the pat 2000 let him go ...
[0:11:31] ... come back and WEEI. While we are an eye blink away from Christian Fauria testifying at the Aaron Hernandez trial. Coming up next 937 W via. ...





Joey Mac spoke about the Bruins' awful road trip and some options for the March 2 trade deadline.

[0:04:33] ... a hail Mary pass and really trying to sign somebody. Maybe like Chris Stewart somebody that they Paula don't wanna pay a lot of money for sign a guy like that really make a difference and ...
[0:08:11] ... a rock should either surely hope that has turned into a perennial Stanley Cup contender. And I think that they bulked up app. They've done on the hot seat in the pat 2000 let him go ...
[0:11:31] ... come back and WEEI. While we are an eye blink away from Christian Fauria testifying at the Aaron Hernandez trial. Coming up next 937 W via. ...





Tom Brady, reportedly, wants to become a serious actor when he's through with football. A Florida man relieves himself on a stack of books in the library. (He was drunk.) MFB sets the parameters for the 1st annual Midday 40 yard dash, which will be held in the hallway.

[0:00:38] ... it is the most recent report says according to Star Magazine. Brady Tom Brady. After his playing injury is over which means you should rejoice because there is lots of Tom Brady. Johnny got some big nose Tammy Lynn and I are gonna have a baby congratulate say wait we Howell that's the thing ...
[0:01:43] ... so now I guess there's serious discussion listed. If you're an actor Tom Brady. Let's say you're a director what role would you put concrete in others he feels he can't play itself. Right you can't plea Tom Brady being Tom Brady be Tom Brady at telemarketer. Reasonably himself and not fraud could be tied to. But if you're casting a movie what role would he fit in he's got to be. Like for instance in a romantic comedy which Jennifer Lopez or Jennifer Aniston he would be that guy that has Jennifer Aniston and eventually. Loses her loses her exit that door with glasses correct yes that would be the perfect Tom Brady role I think. There's not a way to mass murder or duke never suspect in the VoIP. But a serial killer what like. Anthony Hopkins is our land is now I don't see employ that I. It's going to be baby steps and he's almost got almost ...
[0:03:15] ... a blazing saddles mechanically Mondale and notes at parole that I think Tom Brady could pull off would be like. Matthew McConaughey and against the Jennifer Jennifer Lopez and I wish I don't know the wedding match or something like that was a movie camera. The wedding planner yet you don't wanna theater in theaters he's got it he though a guy like Tom Brady with all the things that he's done he's got to make fun of themselves. So we've got to play that flat stick ...





Jackie Mac talks about John Henry's ability to improve Fenway Park incrementally, and appease the old-time fans who would be upset with drastic changes. She also dips into the Aaron Hernandez trial.

[0:01:01] ... tell you guys have yeah. So it Jack yet Christian says at Fenway Park smells bad he wants the Red Sox to move that doesn't sound like John Henry is at all that you'd like that's gonna happen though and I don't like you're became all this last time Jack you talked about this and Steve but he wrote his. Column I guess was a week and a half ago suggesting that maybe the Red Sox who capitalized. On a new baseball venue to play and if the Olympics to come to Boston in the stadiums built. I would that you watch the Red Sox to investigators John Henry Wright thinking not for another thirty or fifty years. Well you know I've always admired. John Henry Larry Lucchino and it should guide. They have maximize that space. Haven't Dayton in every year they have a little more they were Smart ...
[0:03:17] ... held talks would that be too much and Olympic based volume of Fenway Park. But the jacket you're right about what you're saying about the fire revenue streams we talked about this before another thing about ...
[0:06:50] ... break yours wanna get your thoughts first two games so far about Isiah Thomas with the Celtics. Well he comes to advertise deadly not afraid to shoot under a great job penetrating. Brought the energy that ...





Christian mulls over the possibility that he could be called into testify during during the Aaron Hernandez murder trial. The guys discuss why the trial isn't garnering a lot of media attention.

[0:00:12] ... to stand. Which may lead to even more key witness. Our own Christian Fauria at. How close are seeing my name out of it to getting you on the stand for the Aaron Hernandez trial something ...
[0:05:55] ... parallel to this case is the 2001 case surrounding the hit the Carolina Panthers wide receiver rake Ruth. Put out on the mother of his unborn son somebody also point out parenthetically that Christian Fauria was in charge of mentoring. And see how that turned out but no I was asked to mentored him off so I estimate to talk to recruit which. Terrible sect case was the writer goes on to say it did not involve the reigning world champions or one of the NFL's signature franchises. Both Kraft and coach Bill Belichick are on the list as possible witnesses for prosecution. I've no doubt the media circus will erupt if either man is called ...
[0:11:26] ... Linda are you Orlando that's right you're on on the road for Disney World. It's a quick call up and are we called in and they give us the play by a player what was going ...
[0:15:16] ... he makes about rolling to start paying attention once Robert Kraft and Bill Belichick in some of the other. Football names get involved I think that's that the nature of the beast. He is again a ...






Tom Brady reportedly wants to go into acting once his football career is over. (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Tom Brady reportedly wants to go into acting once his football career is over. (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Inside TrackNew England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is reportedly thinking about the future once he retires from the NFL and has set his sights on conquering Hollywood.

A source told Star magazine: “At 37, Tom knows he only has a few seasons left before retirement. He’s thinking ahead and believes he could become a huge movie star.

“He’s used to being a superstar. After winning the Super Bowl again, he’s thinking about new challenges outside of football.”

However, his beautiful wife, Gisele Bundchen, 34, with whom he has two children, Benjamin, five, and Vivian, two, reportedly doesn’t like the idea of him cozying up to other actresses on set.

Tom has already landed two big film roles and is set to appear in “Ted 2″ and “Entourage” next summer.

This is baloney. Grade A ba-loney. Look, I have no doubt whatsoever that if Tom Brady decided to go into acting full time, he’d absolutely crush it. In the same way he made himself the greatest of all-time in football, by day one on the set he’d make himself the acting GOAT. Daniel Day Lewis’ acting chops mixed with Vince Vaughn’s comedic timing times Bradley Cooper’s versatility to the power of Leonardo DiCaprio’s looks. They’d be handing the Academy Award to him before the broadcast and then on the air announcing, “Annnd the Best Non-Tom Brady Acting Oscar goes to…”

That much is obvious. The man had no problem picking apart the best defense in the NFL during crunch time of the Super Bowl. Why would we think a script where he has to act like Stephen Hawking or whomever would pose a challenge?

I just don’t see why he’d be interested. When you’ve been the quarterback of the best dynasty in sports for 15 years and counting, why would you want to slum as a Hollywood actor. Sure that lifestyle sounds cool, all limos and gala events and getting your ass kissed by Ryan Seacrest on the Red Carpet. That would be a dream come true for most of us.

But, Tom Brady is not most of us.

Think about what a downgrade that would be for him and Gisele. They’ve been to the mountaintop. A house in Brookline. An apartment on Beacon Street. Working in Foxboro. Living among the salt-of-the-Earth Massholes who appreciate all they’ve done for us. Feeling the love of 70,000 drunken fan boys whipped into a frenzy of emotion every game. What could possibly compete with that?

I say there are only two possibilities for Tom Brady’s post-football life. He either joins the Patriots’ organization in some capacity, or he finally evolves beyond his corporeal body, takes the form of pure energy and becomes and omniscient being. Anything less than those two options would be beneath a man who’s accomplished as much as him.

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Drew Smyly tweets about Yoan Moncada. Are the Bruins out of it? After a horrendous road trip, the guys discuss what kind of moves the team should make at the trade deadline. Should the team prepare for THIS playoff run, or start to position themselves for the future.

[0:07:20] ... Clay Buchholz on at some point before. 1230 Jack McMullen at 1230 Joey MacDonald gonna join us. At 1045 to talk about the Boston Bruins in the injured David crate Jewish by bring that up as well well Lou here in the open before yeah they're running ...
[0:07:57] ... that I still really was adamant yet joy it's time burying the Boston Bruins. You know it's seven goals on the season there in eighth place there any playoff position as of now without David crates ...
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[0:18:11] ... guy is surely has made. A single move for a guy. That Claude Julien didn't think. I didn't work my roster with or without him. You know the lone exception hands doesn't it depend a gimme ...