Cardinals pitcher John Lackey was up to his old tricks last night. After OF Randal Grichuk misplayed a fly ball in the outfield, Lackey was seeing being demonstrative towards him about the misplay. This is something Lackey caught a lot of negative attention for when he did it in Boston. Lou, Tim and Christian re-visit those times.

[0:01:03] ... The two baseball stores -- one of her first and foremost she John Lackey reacting yesterday to a ball dropping out Lyndon. It surprise anyone know I love would Comcast did last night -- did that come -- last night and one of the bumpers. Was just a montage of John Lackey over reactions to this plays in the outfield or ball's dropping in the outfield. And yesterday's was Saint Louis just. Seamless -- ...
[0:02:16] ... in the moment. I can't Al never support that me that is. Wind gusting did you see it was a couple innings later the ball called a long hot here and -- -- underpants is up ...
[0:03:16] ... try and it can out -- -- not try and you think Carl Crawford Toronto when he told the catch the F and ball accord Camry and got Crawford wanted to do that you know like ...
[0:05:10] ... stayed in the game when he came out bad stuff happened the St. Louis Cardinals. So what happened why aren't yet -- girlfriend gets on his Twitter page long. And starts -- tweeting criticism. Of Mike Metheny. ... columnist, Chris Price, was in the building today and graced MFB with his presence . He helped break down what to expect from Thursday Night's clash with NY Jets in a division clash.
Chris Villani calls in to the show to have it out w/ Tim.

[0:00:40] ... accurate and it's you to wall at times and they elected remember Chris Young to remember -- yeah yeah Chris. It's easier to remember somebody that you've never met -- more -- caricature yes and on ...
[0:01:49] ... of victory lap but. You got to at least have some some quantum level correct your argument one not. I think I'm correct and I just think what's been established here Chris is that you and I can watch the exact same game NC completely differently because of our pre existing views of Tom Brady. I hear what you want an average gained just assume the brace at ten and then everybody else around him is varying ...
[0:02:46] ... by your analysis the -- this is still buy your house so Tom Brady -- never really have a better or worse game in the game before. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And Alex ...
[0:04:08] ... the very best right now but the Chris honestly if you've got Tom Brady off the -- and eSATA -- talked to him and said Tom. In your heart of hearts could you'll find a stretch of four consecutive games where you were worse in a row in this September. You'd think he'd say yes you think you say you know what ...

NESN's Andy Brickly joined the show today to talk about the surge in FORMER Bruins players scoring goals around the NHL. He also touched on the signing of Simon Gagne, and Claude's line pairings thus far.
Rex Ryan was up to his old tricks yesterday while on a conference call with the New England media. Also, Tim defends himself from WEEI Host Chris Villani.
Manish on the upcoming Pats Jets game.
The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane.
The guys opened the show by talking about the Jets and the Pats.

Here are the highlights from Wednesday’s Headlines on Dennis & Callahan with Kirk Minihane, John Dennis and Gerry Callahan. To hear the segment, go to the Dennis & Callahan audio on demand page.

– A 34-year-old homeless man was arrested Tuesday night after he stabbed two park rangers on the Boston Common. Bodio Hutchinson ran from the scene and told cops chasing him to shoot him. Instead, the cops tackled the suspect to the ground and took him to jail. The officers he stabbed were listed in stable condition.

Said Dennis: “All right, three options here: deranged, suicide by cop or he wanted to become a martyr and be the next famous guy who gets shot by a cop without a gun in his hand — demented.”

“Park rangers have guns?” asked a surprised Callahan.

“It’s just in case Yogi and Boo-Boo go nuts,” replied Dennis.

Said Callahan: “I don’t think they have guns. Why would you let a guy stab you multiple times?”

– An animal activist gave an impassioned speech at a San Francisco restaurant in late September, urging diners not to eat meat. Kelly Atlas described how she saved an abused “little girl,” which was in fact her pet chicken named Snow. Atlas doesn’t like how chickens are treated and eventually killed by the food industry.

“She’s more deranged than the guy at the Common,” Dennis exclaimed.

Said Minihane: “You know what’s the greatest thing in the world? Biting into a Chick-fil-A grilled chicken sandwich.”

Replied Dennis: “If I’m going to protest the corporal punishment of chickens, I’m not going to a brasserie. Aren’t you going to Chick-fil-A?”

– Five teenagers from Ohio will face criminal charges after they tricked an autistic boy into doing a fake ALS ice bucket challenge. Instead of dumping ice water on the 15-year-old, the teenagers poured a bucket filled with feces, cigarette butts and urine.

“I hope they do time,” Callahan said. “I don’t want them to just get a little fine, a little community service.”

Blog Author: 
Andrew Battifarano

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