Lou and Mut talk to Red Sox GM Mike Hazen. Among other things, they ask him for the real story behind the Tigers refusal to move tomorrow's game back; and also inquire about Moncada's timeline and the possibility of Jonathan Papelbon returning to Fenway.

[0:02:22] ... so that's that's a positive thing but do wanna askew. About one Jonathan Papelbon I think a lot of the fans here boss the well aware of the situation. Dave John Farrell actually I think they're pretty open here in the last 24 hours makes it pretty apparent that you guys indeed are adjusted ...
[0:04:49] ... the team addressed about you know with data browse to go to Dustin Pedroia or David Ortiz and say. We're thinking about adding this player to those conversations happen. Thought about it in this specific conversations ...
[0:06:39] ... any came up the action by advice about all month but with Chris young and Brentson hold everybody else. But that this just discussion now comes the on mount caught another would seem that attendee. He's ...





Lou and Mut talk to Red Sox GM Mike Hazen. Among other things, they ask him for the real story behind the Tigers refusal to move tomorrow's game back; and also inquire about Moncada's timeline and the possibility of Jonathan Papelbon returning to Fenway.

[0:02:22] ... so that's that's a positive thing but do wanna askew. About one Jonathan Papelbon I think a lot of the fans here boss the well aware of the situation. Dave John Farrell actually I think they're pretty open here in the last 24 hours makes it pretty apparent that you guys indeed are adjusted ...
[0:04:49] ... the team addressed about you know with data browse to go to Dustin Pedroia or David Ortiz and say. We're thinking about adding this player to those conversations happen. Thought about it in this specific conversations ...
[0:06:39] ... any came up the action by advice about all month but with Chris young and Brentson hold everybody else. But that this just discussion now comes the on mount caught another would seem that attendee. He's ...





Lou, Christian, and Mut examine the Patriots' Running Back situation, and discuss the Running Game's importance to the offense.

[0:00:42] ... year the pats ran the ball. The fewest they've run in a Bill Belichick coached team here at sixteenth season and fox for a 383 times. Thirtieth out of 32 teams rushing the football average under 88 yards per game. Here at running backs going at it can't. Dion Lewis would dare plow James White ran a bold and Tyler Gaffney. Donald brown and DJ Foster. Mosier seven and guys that are you running backs and I ...
[0:02:55] ... enough to know what they can get away with. And global whole Tom Brady's quarterback and they know that every team knows that. So much talk about blitz packages and you know how to attack Brady. They always wanna come from the middle because they know that Brady wants to step up and throw the ball or he wants when he does what he can run outside the tackle. So to meet the right back issue. It's it's not going anywhere because as this team is always want they can win with just averaged a serviceable backs they don't need some. Adrian Peterson out there just give me a guy that isn't afraid in Walt bumble the football that's the most important thing. The what do these kind of weary too is in his first four games is that. Yellows fell. You know Tom race good read the defense has always runs in the right spots right they're playing small gonna run right after because to get a you played Tom Brady and the patriots used trying to stop the pass. And because of that though they can be an effective running team at times but would drop below with senators that the case. You know army of the knowledge I've Libya smartest Romberg executive editor setting Jimmy Toronto's offence. Differently than you would Tom Brady office I was still of the weapons which you know you know challenge from a little bit more and maybe be able ...
[0:08:15] ... fans have said good Britain's if he's not here that's James is James White had struggles the end of last year. I still see an explosive player who can catch a ball out of the backfield and do. It's called beyond the was light type things he's not the Al Lewis nobody was the beginning of last year as were prepared for and Kevin fall. That's a good deal Lewis a white can do some of those things. If white can do that beginning of the year. And how loud she weaker Bill Belichick and his medical staff to not rush deal that was back if James White can fill that role for a couple weeks that you don't get in a position where he gulp. Jimmy struggling kick at the dump outlook he can't do the ice the and I now how to proceed 9% to two back in the game and that. That that would be a scary thing if your patriots fan haven't come back before he's ready. An increase that risk of injury and it's always going to be there the risk of re injuring that knee after that they'll get blown out a year ago. I James White filling that role for couple weeks if that's the case. Allows and take their talent the Al. How what do you Kansas feeling as what do you think is is James White ceiling a week and it touched on this yesterday is it is his ceiling seem marine. Horses. You can't Erica. Mica I ...
[0:10:00] ... saw a glimpse of it. Rivers really seen a glimpse of what James White could be thrust upside. I just always glad I I think he's explosive I think he's is hands are not as his ...






Lou and Christian hop in the Wayback machine, as they're joined by Mut; they discuss last night's big win in Baltimore, Mookie Betts' importance, and could Pap be back with the Sox?


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EyeOpenerTVBrazilian government officials have seized the passports of three American swimmers, according to a photo shared on Twitter.

The photo appears to show Ryan Lochte, along with three others, at a security checkpoint. …

The verified twitter account for “Rádio BandNews FM” tweeted the image along with the caption, “Justice seizes passports of American swimmers who have lied about theft at Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas.”

Earlier this week, Lochte claimed he had been robbed at gunpoint.

I never wrote about Ryan Lochte and his buddies (supposedly) being robbed (allegedly) at gunpoint until now. Or the International Olympic Committee spokesman claiming there was no truth to the (purported) story. Because as much as I don’t trust the IOC and think the Olympics have been a sham and only a corrupt organization would have ever put an event as big as this in a crime-ridden, polluted rat hole like Rio, there is someone I trust even less.

Ryan Lochte.

According to the Rio police, whom one would assume have a vested interest in rounding up the perps who (reportedly) put a gun to the forehead of one of the 50 most recognizable athletes at the Games, there is zero evidence to back up Lochte’s story. The “victims” were drunk. They can’t describe the “robbers” or the cab they were in. No cabbie can be found to corroborate any of it. And Lochte, to be fair, might be one of the 50 most recognizable athletes in Rio, but he is without a doubt on the medal stand of Dumbest Jocks of My Lifetime. My Exhibit A:

The prosecution rests. I’m not even exaggerating. Ryan Lochte is the pluperfect example of a guy with a body that was touched by the gods to do great athletic things, but not enough between his ears to make himself a bowl of cereal. To steal and old line, he couldn’t spell “cat” if you spotted him the “c” and the “a.” So I can absolutely see him making up this story, in that way that tiny-brained people make things up because they live in the moment and can’t grasp the concept that there’ll be consequences later on. That you can’t make a wild accusation about a crime happening in a sovereign country without them wanting you to stick around to explain yourself.

Granted, “dumb” doesn’t always translate to “drunken liar.” Hell, Wade Boggs is a bright guy, and he made up a story about getting robbed at gunpoint and escaping by willing himself invisible. I am not joking. But I’ll give the Brazilian police the benefit of the doubt before I’ll buy Lochte’s story that he refused to get on the ground for a man pointing a gun at him and then when said gun was put to his forehead said, “Yeah, whatever.” Way to represent your country, Ryan.

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Jerry Thornton
Curt Schilling is ready to unload on Red Sox ownership and talk about why he'll never do any favors for the team until a new ownership group takes over. Gerry also presses him on his upcoming political career, and the double standards at ESPN.

 

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As fate would have it, I was already deeply committed to posting about three-time gold medal swimmer Stephanie Rice and had invested a lot of time collecting her photos before I found out she is not competing for Australia in Rio at the moment. But since I wasn’t blogging here when she was winning all those medals, I’ll just call this a make-do. Greatness like hers stands the test of time.

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Blog Author: 
Jerry Thornton
Gerry, Tango and Schil discuss the Cam Newton GQ article and ESPN talking heads reacting to Newton not engaging in the race debate.

[0:01:30] ... we are post racial in this country. If you wanna believe they Cam Newton is facing no racism if racism does not exist in this country. So again. Although he said was if you say I ...
[0:08:55] ... people felt makes perfect sense by a hoot to coach you pick Cam Newton was gonna have an MVP type season. I forget I don't remember anybody that was a week from reading that we too ...
[0:09:35] ... it didn't actually happen twice and I like to know it was Trent Dilfer Yemen via. Ravens I would say that Menem's even worse than that. Manning is terrible. And he won at all it was ...
[0:10:51] ... up for grabs but in a in the past and so I James Harrison has come out in your city will coral cooperate would Roger Goodell let me enough. I drew just peppers Clay Matthews Mike ...






Curt Schilling is in studio and he's made the news headlines again with his statements that he's ready soon to run for political office.

[0:02:24] ... left its holding her up there is that. Because second coming of Hillary Clinton which you know lord don't you don't even need the first. So I I'm not happy about this and that's frontier man ...
[0:18:56] ... were asking you is being asked three times about the trustworthiness. Of Hillary Clinton right and you trust her is she's trustworthy. Three times he got ass she never once said yes. What she's the one ...
[0:19:31] ... west but my soy is not really this is a woman supporting Hillary Clinton who cannot answer a simple yes no question well. It's done do you trust her if she trustworthy and her answers are ...
[0:20:46] ... make it value card now quick. I would advice you have for Curt Schilling a run for office. Turner finally you know. Massachusetts. That it median income in the country higher education. I get health care too much are you gotta go to Alabama. And now it highest health care guys know what that ...






Curt Schilling joins Gerry Callahan and Gary Tanguay after a Tuesday night Sox win in Baltimore. The guys spend most of the 6am hour discussing Mookie Betts and the Sox playoff outlook.