Before Dino, Gerry and Tanguay dive into more callers on the Black Lives Matter movement, the guys discuss the young Red Sox players in the upcoming All-Star game and whether JBJ should be in center field and higher in the lineup.

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Gary Tanguay apologized last week for what he deems was Kirk Minihane backing him into a corner regarding Gerry Callahan's thoughts on race. With Callahan back from vacation, though, he confronts Gary face-to-face on the issue.

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Four off-duty Minneapolis police officers who were supposed to work the Minnesota Lynx game walked away from their post Saturday night after players wore Black Live Matters warmup shirts before the game.

“I commend them for it,”president of the Minneapolis Police Federation Lt. Bob Kroll said. “Others said they heard about it and they were not going to work Lynx games.”

The Lynx players wore black shirts that read “Change Starts With Us — Justice and Accountability” on the front, while the back included the names Philando Castile and Alton Sterling, who both were killed by police in separate incidents in Baton Rogue and St. Paul last week. The back of the shirt also featured “Black Lives Matter” and a Dallas Police Department emblem to honor the five police officers killed in Dallas by a heavily armed sniper during a Black Lives Matter protest last Thursday.

“If we take this time to see that this is a human issue and speak out together, we can greatly decrease fear and create change,” the Lynx’s Maya Moore said before Saturday’s game. “Tonight we will be wearing shirts to honor and mourn the losses of precious American citizens and to plead for change in all of us.”

Kroll said that he did not know who the officers were, but that they removed their names from a list of officers working future Lynx games.

When asked if other officers will step in to work future games, Kroll said, “If [the players] are going to keep their stance, all officers may refuse to work there.”

Blog Author: 
Nicholas Frazier
Gerry Callahan returns after a 10-day vacation and wastes little time sounding off on the shootings and protests in America over the past week.

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Warriors forward and U.S. Olympic men’s basketball team member Draymond Green was arrested Sunday on a charge of misdemeanor assault and battery, according to court records.

The alleged incident happened in East Lansing, Michigan near the Michigan State campus that Green played college basketball from 2008-12. Green, 26, was arrested at 2:28 am on Sunday and released on $200 bond. He is scheduled to be arraigned on July 20.

According to East Lansing Lt. Scott Wrigglesworth, the alleged victim was an adult male outside of a popular bar who was taunting Green. The male was not injured.

“We are aware of news involving Draymond Green in Michigan over the weekend,” the Warriors said in a statement Monday. “At this point, we are collecting information and will have no further comment until we have a better understanding of the situation.”

Green faces a maximum of 93 days in prison or fine of up to $500, or both. He is coming off of a season in which he averaged 14 points and 9.5 rebounds for the Warriors and was named to the All-NBA Second Team and All-Defensive First Team. He is expected to attend Team USA’s camp from July 18-21.

Blog Author: 
Nicholas Frazier

Boston HeraldA sand sculpture of a voluptuous mermaid featuring bikini clamshell cups that runneth over is making waves in Yarmouth to the chagrin of restaurateur Ray Roy, who says political correctness is threatening his “art” like a bucket of water.

And while Roy doesn’t deny the curvaceous carving he commissioned for $1,000 is more Raquel Welch than “The Little Mermaid,” the owner of Salty’s Seafood on Route 28 says morality complaints made to police and other town officials are “all kind of ridiculous, honestly.”

“I think people have got nothing better to do. There’s more worries in this world than a sand sculpture, but I believe the minority rules when it comes to art, and that’s all this is — a sand sculpture as art,” said Roy, whose eatery is in its 16th season in West Yarmouth.

Wrong, Ray Roy, wrong. (Repeating that 10 times should be the new field sobriety est.) There are no more worries in the world than this piece of pornography you’ve foisted on the simple, wide-eyed innocents on Cape Cod. It’s a sad day indeed when a family can’t cap off a day at the beach looking for a nice lobster roll and some fish sticks for the kids without being subjected to your sick, depraved display of sand-sculpted, clam-shelled boobage.

You wonder why all our morals have eroded and we’ve become nothing more than Sodom & Gomorrah with wifi and self-driving cars? It’s not the Internet. It’s not free porn. And it’s not the insatiable, innate human interest in sex. It’s touristy seafood shacks depicting breasts in fictional, half human/half fish fairy tale creatures. Which is how we wind up with a population perverts like this:

So thank you to all who called the authorities on Ray Roy’s place. You might actually save some innocent from finding out that breasts exist and sometimes they’re big. And in doing so, you’ll have saved the world.

Blog Author: 
Jerry Thornton
We discuss the Sox at the break, and how despite holding on in the race for the AL East, many fans and broadcasters still believe John Farrell should lose his job ASAP.
We discuss the Sox at the break, and how despite holding on in the race for the AL East, many fans and broadcasters still believe John Farrell should lose his job ASAP.

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Inspired by Tim Duncan's retirement, we look at FIVE of the best power forwards in NBA history.
We close out the show with the best soundbites of the day.