It's down to the Cubs and Sox, so is bringing back Pap to Boston a good idea? We discuss it.
It's down to the Cubs and Sox, so is bringing back Pap to Boston a good idea? We discuss it.

[0:00:12] ... studio and says excuse me Jerry but would you mind signing your new book forming. That wasn't bad enough. Now while I'm doing trending now and you know like making money for the company. Our boss ...
[0:09:48] ... time the player didn't get it done. And you know this whole Jonathan Papelbon discussion. My case and was on the midday show earlier on said they're just waiting to hear from him John Ferrell will ...
[0:10:56] ... I kid you not that was the first call that. It was Jonathan Papelbon now that was the chicken and beer season and he had a couple blown saves down the stretch like I don't take ...
[0:15:01] ... the point I made yesterday when we talked about this is what Jonathan Papelbon be better than Junichi tiznow. Would Jonathan Papelbon be better than Fernando bought if the answer is yes in either case. You'll. And another thing that's harder to quantify it ...






Inspired by Mookie, we look at him and the 3 other current leaders for AL MVP

[0:03:59] ... today and as you heard Ben say. He's hitting 365. To lead Major League Baseball. Is on base percentage is 429 to lead a Major League Baseball he's got a 170 hits to lead Major League Baseball. This would be the guy if I didn't vote for whom he bats this is the guy I'd vote. But again to ...
[0:04:55] ... If you want. Up next Josh Donaldson of the AL es leading Toronto Blue Jays batting just 91. With 28 home runs eighty RBIs in his leading the majors. With 95. Runs Josh Donaldson. Does he deserve ...
[0:05:47] ... clear looking at these other candidates that were talking about. He leads Major League Baseball and runs scored. But is that more of an indication of the power of the guys behind. Batista Encarnacion those guys and ...
[0:07:54] ... understand that you know those RBIs that we're talking about fifth in Major League Baseball with 89 runs batted in. That's what they more than many my job just as a for instance. And remember for almost ...






Inspired by Mookie, we look at him and the 3 other current leaders for AL MVP

[0:03:59] ... today and as you heard Ben say. He's hitting 365. To lead Major League Baseball. Is on base percentage is 429 to lead a Major League Baseball he's got a 170 hits to lead Major League Baseball. This would be the guy if I didn't vote for whom he bats this is the guy I'd vote. But again to ...
[0:04:55] ... If you want. Up next Josh Donaldson of the AL es leading Toronto Blue Jays batting just 91. With 28 home runs eighty RBIs in his leading the majors. With 95. Runs Josh Donaldson. Does he deserve ...
[0:05:47] ... clear looking at these other candidates that were talking about. He leads Major League Baseball and runs scored. But is that more of an indication of the power of the guys behind. Batista Encarnacion those guys and ...
[0:07:54] ... understand that you know those RBIs that we're talking about fifth in Major League Baseball with 89 runs batted in. That's what they more than many my job just as a for instance. And remember for almost ...






We close out the show with the best sound clips of the day.

[0:01:51] ... that you find somebody is higher up on the tea bags guilty Jim Rome what you are but definitely is so go to town on a roll me. We also brought to clip from hard knocks ...
[0:06:56] ... go around look good for virtual cartoon characters in real world that Charles Barkley has the grumpy old man act down packed. In Barclays latest interview he's not happy about how the US Olympic basketball team ...
[0:08:30] ... as players have been. And then on the dream team your other Charles Barkley be in the role player. Your reverend Cohen out there at a at a set screens and box of thought he thought ...





We close out the show with the best sound clips of the day.

[0:01:51] ... that you find somebody is higher up on the tea bags guilty Jim Rome what you are but definitely is so go to town on a roll me. We also brought to clip from hard knocks ...
[0:06:56] ... go around look good for virtual cartoon characters in real world that Charles Barkley has the grumpy old man act down packed. In Barclays latest interview he's not happy about how the US Olympic basketball team ...
[0:08:30] ... as players have been. And then on the dream team your other Charles Barkley be in the role player. Your reverend Cohen out there at a at a set screens and box of thought he thought ...





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This NOT from the Olympics. As a matter of fact, it’s about a year old. But our producer Ben Kichen turned me onto this the other day and been laughing at it ever since. This guy Ozzy Man does a whole series of these things, none funnier than this one. I would watch an entire Olympics of athletes this bad being narrated by this guy.

Blog Author: 
Jerry Thornton

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This is the clip we played on Tuesday’s Final Drive segment, of Rams defensive end and noted zoologist Will Hayes, arguing that mermaids exist but dinosaurs never have.

As great as that clip is, this would barely even register as blog worthy, particularly given that in the season premiere of “Hard Knocks” the Rams’ No. 1 overall draft pick and future franchise quarterback Jared Goff didn’t know where the sun rises and sets. Apparently, the science section on the Wonderlich doesn’t register much with the Rams’ scouting department.

What puts this over the top for me is the Patriots connection. Because when Chris Long was with the Rams, he chronicled Hayes’ unique brand of willful ignorance and utter lack of self-awareness. Long not only told the world that Hayes “thinks archaeologists place bones underground like a parent would place Easter eggs.” He posted this classic video. All that water out there, some type of damn creature has to be half woman/half tail. He’s got me convinced. 110 percent.  

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#mermaids #hebelieves

A video posted by Chris Long

Blog Author: 
Jerry Thornton
A wide-spanning 8am hour upload of Wednesday's show with Curt Schilling in studio as the guys weave sports and politics into the mix.
Curt Schilling sits in with Gerry Callahan and Gary Tanguay to to Sox, including E-Rod's toughness to leave with a sore hammy, another near blown game by the bullpen, and what kind of a teammate Jonathan Papelbon was.