Gary meets Lucy on the air and a KTLA weather girl has to put on a sweater on live TV.

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Kirk and Gary take Brady over Ortiz in the debate about the two Boston icons.

[0:02:19] ... tournament out here. Am I have in my hot little hand eight Tom Brady. Autographed football. We have a certificate of authenticity. And I have a David Ortiz Red Sox Jersey signed by David Ortiz. We auctioning off at the dinner tonight here in this room. Which do you think we'll get more play. Who would you ...
[0:03:05] ... where I could give it to Bradford young Michael got Eric Estrada Tom Cruise he he has one that's true. That's good point out how I would go for Brady and no party no penguins who hates brave vote for a team. Don't know warts Brady all the way not at all what I don't I don't 880 I I'm just objective that I call a lot of things Brady's like Justin Bieber he soups. You'll get a superstar Dolly becomes arguably the greatest quarterback of all time David Ortiz of the greatest play like this stuff what is current in people's minds right it's the off season and a bright yellow ...
[0:04:03] ... friendly I don't I I think people in new wing Glen loves Tom Brady more than David Ortiz I don't I think blow out of the opposite outcome at plus baseball isn't as exciting as the NFL it. Doesn't talk ...
[0:05:21] ... Ortiz I just think that people will Brady more than Ortiz. Look Tom Brady. He's a superstar he's James Bond this guy would go hang out with princes and kings and queens and so tell me I think you get a look at the Brady shirt plus we what you're talking to the what's the key things is draft things blocking. You know I'm if you could talk to the court destroyed. Which you surprised would you be surprised to see Gisele and Tom Brady hanging out with Prince Harry you're now a battle group bridal dinner whatever that they did a track is that why not ...

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MLB: Red Sox at Royals, 8:15 p.m. (NESN; WEEI-FM)
NBA: Draft lottery, 8 p.m. (ESPN)
NHL playoffs: Sharks at Blues, 8 p.m. (NBCSN)


— It’s not secret that the Rangers were not happy with Jose Bautista’s bat flip during the playoffs last season. On Sunday they got some revenge, courtesy of second baseman Rougned Odor’s right hand to Bautista’s jaw.

In the eighth inning of Texas’ 7-6 victory, Rangers pitcher Matt Bush — the 30-year-old rookie whose career was derailed by a 3 1/2-year stint in prison for a drunken driving accident — plunked Bautista.

On an ensuing grounder, Bautista slid through second base and forced a wild relay throw from Odor (but the runner was called out due to Bautista’s obstruction). As Bautista got up, Odor pushed him in the chest, and they both took a fighting stance. Odor then connected with a strong right that knocked off Bautista’s helmet and glasses and appeared to stun him.

“I was pretty surprised,” Bautista said. “I mean, obviously, that’s the only reason that he got me and he got me pretty good, so I have to give him that. It takes a little bit bigger man to knock me down.”

Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre grabbed Bautista and pulled him away as players from both teams rushed in.

Bautista and Odor were ejected along with another representative from each team.

Blue Jays manager John Gibbons, who had been ejected during a third inning argument with umpires, returned to the field during the fight and exchanged words with Rangers manager Jeff Banister.

“I didn’t want to sit here and drink too much wine,” Gibbons joked. “You’ve got to go out there. I’m sure the league will say something about that, but it’s kind of the manager’s responsibility.”

When the game resumed, Blue Jays reliever Jesse Chavez hit Prince Fielder with the next pitch and was ejected along with bench coach Demarlo Hale, who had replaced Gibbons.

Gibbons said he didn’t appreciate that the Rangers waited until Bautista’s last at-bat of the series to start something.

“It was ugly and unfortunate,” Gibbons said. “To me, it was gutless. The other 29 teams, they come at you right away, but to wait until the end, it just sort of tells you something. Everybody is going to say, ‘Oh, it was a one-run game. The ball got away.’ That ain’t going to fly.”

— The Mayor of Manchester, England, expressed his frustration with Sunday’s postponement of a Premier League soccer game due to a fake bomb left apparently behind after a training exercise.

After the Manchester United-Bournemouth match was called off and the stadium cleared of fans, the device — found in a toilet — was blown up in a controlled explosion. It was later determined to be a fake.

“We have since found out that the item was a training device which had accidentally been left by a private company following a training exercise involving explosive search dogs,” said John O’Hare, assistant chief constable from Greater Manchester Police.

That didn’t sit well with Tony Lloyd, Manchester’s mayor who also serves as the district’s police and crime commissioner.

“It is outrageous this situation arose and a full inquiry is required to urgently find out how this happened, why it happened and who will be held accountable,” he said.

The season-ending match was pushed back to Tuesday.

— Curt Schilling made it official, writing in a blog post that he is backing Donald Trump for president.

The former ESPN baseball analyst acknowledged in the Friday post that he doesn’t see eye-to-eye with Trump on a variety of topics but still far prefers him over what Schilling refers to as “the Soviet ticket.”

Wrote Schilling: I trust him. I don’t agree with him on many things, that’s cool. I also know that there is and never will be a candidate anywhere that I will agree with on everything.

Schilling also went on a rant about “you frauds in the liberal media,” complaining that they have been “lying your asses off to a group of people too lazy to do the work on their own, to listen and decide on their own.”

ON THIS DAY TRIVIA (answer below): On May 16, 1989, Mike Milbury was hired as Bruins coach, replacing which former teammate?

QUOTE OF THE DAY: “Those things happen when you’re playing good. Little things happen to go your way. We’ve got to keep taking advantage of that and keep adding wins every day.” — First baseman Hanley Ramirez, after the Red Sox took advantage of an Astros mistake during their game-winning rally in Sunday’s 10-9 victory

STAT OF THE DAY: 2 — Consecutive Game 7s won by the Raptors, including Sunday’s 116-89 victory over the Heat that propelled Toronto into the Eastern Conference finals for the first time in franchise history

‘NET RESULTS: Kendrys Morales gives the Royals a walk-off win over the Braves in the 13th inning with a two-run home run.

The Diamondbacks appear to score the tying run with two outs in the ninth inning, but after a video review the Giants are credited with a game-ending double play.

Ryan Zimmerman gets an inside-the-park home run for the Nationals when Marlins outfielders Giancarlo Stanton and Marcell Ozuna collide while chasing his fly ball to the warning track (both players remained in the game).

From Saturday night’s Boston Cannons lacrosse game, defender Brodie Merrill lets go an 80-yard full-field shot that somehow finds the net to tie the game just before time runs out in regulation.


SOOTHING SOUNDS: Janet Jackson was born on this day in 1966.

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Jerry Spar
Dino tells his Ryder Cup story and why did Hanley bunt?

[0:01:19] ... disappointing yesterday one more than the other. But Toronto negates the Miami Dwyane Wade vs Cleveland LeBron James conference final. Mean you really policy Toronto and Cleveland the boy you don't want to get there yet ...
[0:04:00] ... us economic putt from like 150 yards in the fairway. Then the US open because it's just fun to watch those guys get the snot beat out of them by the golf. My that's right do I open my second favorite is a USO what they really get their ask regulation because what reaction right right which essentially was Saturday at this that the player shrill Velika US open and I enjoy that yeah I enjoyed the guys wind is a bridge too fast our boys which cannot put the players ...
[0:04:59] ... at what's I watched the masters the British Open nets at the US open. Ryder Cup out Ryder Cup about may be the Ryder Cup at the masters I love because I think the course is ...
[0:08:57] ... stands to them to actually. Over the weekend. Can you imagine head. Hanley Ramirez. Had that that monumental. Brain fart with David Ortiz at third base and the score tied and two outs and bunt him. Last year what would be happening to them today. ...

Gary Tanguay is in with a new haircut on location at the Tame the Tigers Golf Tournament and people want to punch him in the face.

[0:03:55] ... he's been so far all year no. Steven Wright oh absolutely and David Ortiz continued I don't fail so offensively that's an offensively they're going to take a step back and now they're still gonna be ...
[0:08:13] ... to the last thing they remember before they shut the casket. Is David Ortiz was the greatest clutch hitter on most amazing forty year old player and somebody who just cemented himself as to quote Bradford ...
[0:09:05] ... would I would not the way he's playing it this is what David Ortiz doesn't realize. Which a number of players who experience is a sixty. What's that this may sixty try to get my right ...
[0:10:39] ... we talked about this off the democracy that. Does say some. But David Ortiz that school and his whole totally. Off base and disingenuous and not applicable that is such a term right Dave Ortiz right now is any no. We in a situation and by that I mean. It will get to get all the rumor and innuendo in the list and all that sort of stuff and what do you think he has a think he has it. But let's just say that whether David Ortiz is or is not enhancing his performance. Only two things can happen for David and no one is good he can play this well and beat this spectacular and this eye popping amazing at the plate. And he beat the rumor and innuendo will be. He's got to be doing something to write this good right now in this state in his career or he could have gone out there and spank. And been awful had one of his patented David Ortiz in April's and maze where yank it out of his own way and then the other side of the criticism would be. ...

Stephen A Smith called out Curt Schilling and said he wants to debate him. Meanwhile, Schilling is all over Periscope, talking to his fans and telling his dog to shut up. The guys have some fun with the audio of Schilling's Periscope feed.
Christian recaps the Red Sox 10-9 win over the Houston Astros.
Giardi, Bradford and callers debate what exactly "clutch" means, if David Ortiz is the most clutch of all time and other performances that would be considered clutch. They also talk about Ortiz' classic line to the media after the game while he was rushing out of the park.
Fauria is upset about the treatment Tom Brady and football players are getting in the debate of the morning between Giardi and Bradford. Fauria thinks Ortiz is great, but he's not the "most clutch" performer of all time.
The guys are at Fenway and Torey Lovullo makes his way to the studio to sit down and discuss yesterday's victory, the offensive streak they are on and why Hanley bunted in the ninth. He also offers his opinion on Ortiz and "clutch".

[0:00:18] ... the quote again from Natalie Ramirez. On his decision to bond. But David Ortiz on third base and two routes and it needed double triple or home run I just needed a base hit to bring ...
[0:01:24] ... at third base and make that partly our. I was in fairness Tom Beringer in Major League you mean that wasn't in. With what the bears his name Lou Brown who brown playbook used there now ...
[0:03:17] ... it when David's hot when David's hot. As we saw the 2013 World Series it remind you that Mike with the kept insisting on not. Pitching or not it's around them and kept count them by the fourth perfect game meaning it learned his lesson answered in Tennessee lock him. But by that time it was too late in the house achieve reasonable. But before we get in. The greatness of David Ortiz is dominating our our conversation earlier this morning. So Bogart's takes second Hanley doesn't want to in his own view. You talk. ...
[0:06:34] ... clutch athletes in pro sports. Popular resided in our city and that's Tom Brady who is 38 about 339. And here's David at forty. Do you continue to marvel especially this year and he's been a ...