Gerry and Kirk have it out over which is the worst generation in America over the last one hundred years, and callers join in on the fray.

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John, Gerry and Kirk discuss Howard Bryant's appearance on ESPN New Hampshire on Tuesday, as well as NBC Sports Radio's Amani Toomer taking Howard Bryant's side of the patriotism and sporting events debate

[0:16:12] ... millennial it would be like. Serving. We're pretty pretty much like the Iraqi Army they do great for pomp and circumstance and grades and so forth once there was an actual confrontation. In the situation. They would be dropping their weapons and running to the nearest transgender bathroom and they could. And on top of that and we just basically do it the Iraqi Army did leave behind all the great weapons license to run. Yeah I I I just can't imagine could say they were talking ...
[0:18:05] ... born and aware that how or why guys it and I mean LeBron James and he made that B I can't really sure on a warmup but they warned that goodies back your your old tree ...
[0:18:59] ... ponies I mean he believes. The players should speak out what if LeBron James came out today and spoke vote for trump. For tropical or oh against abortion or. You know against us bathrooms are against ...
[0:19:35] ... right he just wants a shot at midfield before we replay the Amani Toomer down one more time Sean and manipulation. Our guys. Its option to potential rush. There are about that or not spoke. I ...

It's Kirk Minihane's Wednesday headlines with a trip around the political world's top news of the day.
John, Gerry and Kirk tip a glass to the 499th day since Tom Brady came on their show to laugh about deflated footballs.

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[0:03:01] ... OK with the man taken a pass yeah yes it's very like David Ortiz you not to watch India Feinberg seemed like a very electric. Hard it is good hearted man you know accusing can he heart's in the right place heart's in the right place I like commuted nice job on the one point funnier. But his addition to the team doesn't do much for me. Doesn't. Well Bo I I guess David Ortiz told was that Sports Illustrated via. That if Tom Brady is in play. The first four games of the season he will be watching. The first four games of the season action that a hole yesterday it was awareness. If robbery is suspended will you boycott those games like David Ortiz. 27%. I've nearly thirteen hundred respondents said. Yes they will turn off the TV and not what the game like all those ...

A three-homer night from Mookie Betts on Tuesday night has John, Gerry and Kirk talking Red Sox to open the show. Who are you less willing to trade for Mike Trout, Mookie or Xander?
Former Sox pitcher Curt Schilling makes his weekly appearance with John, Gerry and Kirk while Periscoping at the same time. Curt takes question from his mobile device, and talks all things Red Sox, too.

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[0:14:27] ... do that bit in the postseason just locking people generally isn't the recipe for success. You know and that. That by the way your producers wanted me to just toll like very few guys with the question. Hit it. Our Curt Schilling is Paris scoping if you care those who periscope would like to follow. A what I started to say it was I ...
[0:17:19] ... stop with the question I get I've gotten questions on personal about John Farrell and his it is. Off the field relationship yet do we really care. Yes yes we're all out of scholarly journal what ...


Busted CoverageHave you been jonesing for a Bill Belichick erotica novel where Bill is cruising San Francisco during Super Bowl 50 week just going nuts for some action? You’re in luck because author Sophia Miramontes, the brains behind such works as Donald Trump and Bill Clinton’s Hot As F**K Forbidden Romance, and Hillary Clinton Spanks the Naughty Feminists: Hot Wet Erotica, plus Donald Trump: Vampire Hunter: The Exclusive Interview Part 1, has released her newest book and it sounds like a blockbuster, especially amongst Patriots fans.

“Bill Belichick gets seduced by a woman with large breasts who may be up to no good,” according to the Amazon description.

I’ve read some of the excerpts of this literary venture, and here’s my two-sentence review: “Bill Belichick Wants a Tight End and I Don’t Mean Football” is flaming garbage. The Wells Report is a better read and makes way more sense.

I don’t say this out of jealousy. As the guy who invented the idea of Bill Belichick as a dashing, romantic hero and who’s been on record as saying I have the largest, privately owned collection of Belichick erotica, I’m not the least bit threatened by this Sophia Miramontes. My beef is that she entirely misses the point of what makes Belichick such a powerful sex symbol. The “Fifty Shades of Grey Hoodie” to generations of Pats fans. His appeal has nothing to do with trolling San Francisco for chicks or steaming piles of word droppings like this:

“Who’s ready to party, huh?” yelled Jim Harbaugh, as he stormed into the bar in a khaki suit.

Belichick put his hand over his face and tried to hide. The last thing he needed on his p**** quest was for this psychotic goon to drive all the women away.

Wow. Way to completely miss the point on your protagonist. What makes Belichick so compelling is that he wouldn’t be caught dead on the prowl in some San Fran bar like Leisure Suit Larry. And for sure he’d never have a loser like Jim Harbaugh as a wingman. And if he did, he’d never be caught off guard like this. He’d have a plan. He’d have scouting reports on every woman in the bar. Their likes, dislikes, turn-ons, turnoffs, favorite drinks, what made her last boyfriend such a jerk. And he’d have Harbaugh coached up as well.

See, that’s the sex appeal of the guy to Patriots fans. The preparation. Being smarter than everyone else. The endless hours of film study and seeing things lesser mortals miss. That’s what makes the women want to be with him and the men want to be him. When I get around to writing the great Bill Belichick erotic fanfic, it’s going to be all about the gadget plays against Baltimore in the 2014 divisional round and “Malcolm, GO!” than this literary crapsterpiece.

So a huge incompletion by the author and publisher on this one. If you really want the next great piece of Patriots Porn, then you can pre-order “From Darkness to Dynasty: The first 40 years of the New England Patriots” now. That will really get your toes curling.

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MLB: Red Sox at Orioles, 7:05 p.m. (NESN; WEEI-FM)
MLB: Twins at Athletics, 3:35 p.m. (MLB Network)
MLB: Dodgers at Cubs, 8:05 p.m. (ESPN)
Stanley Cup Final: Sharks at Penguins, 8 p.m. (NBCSN)
Soccer: Exhibition, Belgium vs. Finland, 2:30 p.m. (ESPN2)
Tennis: French Open, 7 a.m. (Tennis Channel)


Francisco Rodriguez

Francisco Rodriguez

— Tigers closer Francisco Rodriguez on Tuesday recounted his battle with the Zika virus over the offseason, saying he wouldn’t blame athletes for skipping this summer’s Olympics in Rio de Janeiro due to health concerns.

Rodriguez, who spent the offseason in his home country of Venezuela, said he was laid up for two weeks with headaches, body aches and joint pain after contracting the virus, which is being blamed for causing microcephaly in South American infants.

He said the symptoms started out like those of a cold, but it soon became clear he had contracted the mosquito-transmitted disease, and tests later confirmed it.

“It wasn’t a cold, trust me,” he told “It wasn’t a cold. A cold, you have a sneeze, have a headache, take a couple Tylenol and you’re done. You don’t have a cold for two weeks, you don’t have a body ache for two weeks, you don’t have headaches, throwing up, weaknesses for two weeks.”

Although the World Health Organization recently downplayed the importance of moving the Olympics out of Brazil — despite terming it a “public health emergency of international concern” — a number of athletes have publicly questioned whether it’s worth risking their health.

“I wouldn’t blame them,” Rodriguez said. “If they have plans to have kids in the future, you’ve got to think about it. You have to be aware of that as well. You have to do some homework, some research about it.”

The 34-year-old Rodriguez, who last week became the sixth pitcher in MLB history with 400 career saves, said he was still recovering when he began spring training, and it took two months before he was back to feeling like his old self. He said he understands the fear that people visiting Brazil for the Olympics could help spread the disease back to their home countries.

“It’s something people have to be careful with and worry about,” Rodriguez said. “There’s no vaccine for it. It’s not like you take a shot and [improve]. . . . It could be global.”

— Ole Miss football coach Hugh Freeze addressed accusations by former lineman Laremy Tunsil that cash payouts were made to players, acknowledging some issues but playing down the severity of the problem.

“I stand here owning the mistakes, but that is what they are, not some staff out trying to buy players,” Freeze said Tuesday at the Southeastern Conference’s annual meetings. “There’s not a single charge in our letter that charges a coach with [being] out buying players. While I have struggles in life that I don’t always get right, breaking the rules in recruiting is not one of them. I won’t do it.”

After receiving a notice of allegations from the NCAA in January, Ole Miss conducted an investigation and determined that NCAA violations were committed — including Tunsil using three loaner cars over six months and his stepfather receiving money and/or lodging from boosters. The university self-imposed penalties to the football program, including the loss of 11 scholarships over four years.

The NCAA has the option to add to the school’s sanctions when its investigation is completed.

“I don’t know what the end result will be,” Freeze said. “I think we’ve been pretty punitive to ourselves, but that’s not for me to decide.”

After he was selected by the Dolphins in the first round of April’s draft, Tunsil admitted receiving money from an assistant coach. Freeze said he can’t discuss those allegations due to the ongoing case, but added: “I don’t believe and have zero knowledge that any of our coaches have ever paid a player. And if I get that knowledge, there will be problems.”

— Kings point guard Darren Collison was arrested on a charge of domestic violence and later released on bail after an incident in a home in Granite Bay, California, on Monday.

Deputies arrested the 28-year-old after seeing injuries on a woman.

“The Sacramento Kings condemn violence of any kind,” the team said in a statement. “We are gathering additional information and once all facts are known we will take appropriate steps.”

Collison, a seven-year veteran who has played for five NBA teams, averaged 14.0 points and 4.3 assists this season, his second with the Kings. He has one year remaining on his contract.

ON THIS DAY TRIVIA (answer below): On June 1, 2005, a player who last hit a home run at Fenway Park on June 21, 1989, hit another one there to help the Orioles beat the Red Sox, 9-3. That made it 5,824 days between home runs in Boston, a major league record for time between homers at one ballpark. Who was the player?

QUOTE OF THE DAY: “Jackie leaves us today for the birth of his child. If he has a boy, I think he ought to name him Mookie after tonight’s outing.” — Red Sox manager John Farrell, joking about Jackie Bradley Jr. paying tribute to fellow outfielder Mookie Betts after Betts hit three home runs in Tuesday’s 6-2 victory over the Orioles

STAT OF THE DAY: 20 — Consecutive victories by Cubs pitcher Jake Arrieta before he lost Tuesday’s game to the Dodgers, 5-0

‘NET RESULTS: C.J. Cron’s second home run of the game is a two-run, walk-off shot in the ninth inning that gives the Angels an 11-9 victory over the Tigers.

After hitting a ground ball, Francisco Lindor gets his bat stuck on the back of his leg and trips while running to first base during the Indians’ game against the Rangers.

Nationals infielder Stephen Drew hits a fly ball off the wall and ends up with an inside-the-park home run against the Phillies.

Blue Jays center fielder Kevin Pillar makes another terrific catch, laying out to steal a hit against the Yankees.

Colby College basketball player Pat Dickert — who stands 6-foot-2 — takes off from behind the free throw line and dunks the ball.

A golfer falls into a pond after hitting a shot, much to the delight of his foursome.

A gigantic alligator saunters across the fairway at Buffalo Creek Golf Club in Palmetto, Florida.


SOOTHING SOUNDS: Wayne Nelson of Little River Band was born on this day in 1950. Here he is singing lead on “The Night Owl.”

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Lou Merloni continues his feud with the people of Kansas City and former WEEI flashman Rob Finnerty gets involved in the fray.