Former Red Sox slugger Mo Vaugn surprises the OMFers and joins the show to talk about his career, and what he's doing these days.

[0:02:03] ... young guys that are that are raised those guys are Red Sox Trot Nixon. All options are. I bought those. Fire flow additional. And that's what I'd ask us that reserves are guy that you remember ...
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[0:08:42] ... rob you know you know Robert Kraft for what is to be John Henry that was as much money that's what I understand where businesses that are making. If I knew that when I was playing. ...






Patriots pro bowler Devin McCourty joined Glenn, Lou, and Christian. He talks about preparing to play the Bills, and what he thinks makes a good coach in football

[0:01:30] ... really really does. Yes there's there are observer and like coach like high school pop Warner that you just did it likely you guys just didn't get along. I'm not really home. I'll look at all happy about pop high school although I was Syria where it was just you know I hate it godly trauma here. And any guys that game obviously Sunday it's buffalo but it can Becky in my and they point this week to sort of realize that on Monday. Tom braced kind of coming back. And joining this team maybe maybe it thought about that at all. You know obviously not. You know Arctic come off you don't play third and and having those bleachers. What Ty Law that is trying to relax and you know what we got back it was all buffalo. It's possible we need to do ...



Glenn, Lou, and Christian open up the show talking about David Ortiz's final game against the Yankees. They weren't too impressed with the Yankees way of saying goodbye.
Pete, Gerry and Kirk talked with Mike Lombardi and Kirk loves John Krasinski more than Curtis.

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[0:22:39] ... though let's just say. It's a Mark Sanchez or Taylor he's had Aaron Rodgers is quarterback for ten years to reward about him is distraction then you suddenly get Smart. Well I think it would still ...




Chris Russo on Tom Brady's suspension and Tony Mazz wrote a love letter to David Ortiz.
Pete "randomly" takes callers who think he is doing a great job and Headlines with Kirk.
Mike discussed Rex Ryan's coaching style and the Pats match up against the Bills.
Gerry, Kirk and Pete spent most of the first hour of the show discussing NESN's coverage of Ortiz's retirement party in the Bronx.
The great Chris Russo joined the show to discuss Tom Brady's suspension as well David Ortiz's retirement.

It begins. 

The Yankees put together a tasteful, understated ceremony for Ortiz before last night’s game and the NESN pregame roundtable trashed it because it was “so quick” and “not enough.”  

Not enough?  

Get out of here.

A leather-bound book, an oil painting and Mariano Rivera are three of the classiest things in the world so I don’t know what else you want.

The Yankees did less for Ortiz than the Red Sox did for Jeter because what the Red Sox did for Jeter was outrageously embarrassing.

And Boston plans to name the Brookline Ave Bridge the David Ortiz (Big Papi) Bridge. So you will soon be able to take “The Papi” from Comm Ave to Landsdowne Street.

Ortiz himself said back in August he feels “kind of tired of it, a little worn out.”

If you look at this list, he is understandably worn out:

The man who has everything no longer needs more. 

Buckle your freaking seat belts for this weekend because it’s going to be an Ortiz pomp and circumstance explosion.

Gerry and Kirk think Garoppolo will start on Sunday, but Pete is not convinced.

Mad Dog Russo joined the show to talk about his appearance on Stern in which he went ballistic because Brady went to Rome. Mad Dog told K&C he would have preferred Brady remain “in the area” even though he’s suspended.

“Maybe I made a big deal about that,” Mad Dog said.

And Mike Lombardi made his weekly appearance to talk about the Patriots and said it is important “to establish the lead, not establish the run.”

Welcome to Boston, Kacie McDonnell.

Listen to the first edition of “Coffee from Cumberland Farms with Callahan” here.

Shout out to Dave Mellor. Does a great job.

Line of the day: Kirk: “Have you ever weighed 400 pounds, Pete?” Pete: “Oh God no, my highest was 345.”

Caller of the day: Joey in Plymouth, “I love listening to the show, especially Dennis and Kirk.”

Tied with Lou, “Kirk, I don’t care about you or your miserable life or what anybody’s butt looks like there!” Thinks Gerry should do the show with Matt Chatham instead.

Producer contribution of the day: Curtis made a joke about allegedly having weight loss surgery and nobody laughed and he had to explain he was making a joke.

Blog Author: 
Lucy Burdge