Red Sox pitcher, Mike McCarthy, joins the show to talk about his charity event Baseball Miracles. Mike also shares what he has seen from Moncada and Benintendi
Red Sox pitcher, Mike McCarthy, joins the show to talk about his charity event Baseball Miracles. Mike also shares what he has seen from Moncada and Benintendi

[0:00:48] ... Portland right now we're gonna bring in Red Sox minor league pitcher Mike McCarthy. Who's a friend of us here for a lot of reasons Mike sailor Tom Lyden. I brought her some Uygur and Michael nice to hear from you the you gotta give the background on how we first met Mike. And how he's much more than just clutter in the Red Sox says that avenue and all the talk this this goes back a year for us and that Mike's a pitcher obviously the Red Sox system but there was another Mike McCarthy who lives in bad field. Who was very very active in trying to get baseball equipment donated and their two missions. Sync up so butchered it a story on the two Mike McCarthy's and kind of like you tell the story argument might Ned feels Mike McCarthy's a remarkably young man is. Go are also you know above four years ago or spring training. And one of doesn't it seems that catered it outside that's about sure. I go outside and and have earned over the name is Mike McCarthy's book. And it can record you wouldn't walk out repealed and go wow this guy's name is McCarthy period I was paper's ...
[0:02:39] ... under current period both ethically and abroad. I would co around the world food tenure under. About they're both events both locally in Maine Massachusetts New York California. And so we're looking to help serve looked ...
[0:07:56] ... their mental attitude could stay the course and get better. Talking with Mike McCarthy Red Sox pitcher for the Portland sea dogs for today and tomorrow. The sea dogs appear to have large field in Portland ...
[0:10:40] ... might coach Mike thanks Mike we'll talk again on the road. Okay Mike McCarthy Red Sox pitcher a great thing he does. Great text just gave it McCarthy sounds like a guy who'd make a good manager right at at their reserves people who you. Anticipate someday when they're all done are going to be on the bench in some capacity unity ticket Dustin Pedroia. And it and the fact that he's been able to pinpoint certain things that players are struggling with a look at tape ...






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Mustard and Johnson discuss possible Red Sox moves before the trade deadline. Larry's favorite, Tom from Everett calls in and entertains.
Mustard and Johnson open the show discussing the latest on the Red Sox.
With less than a week before camp opens up, we discuss some Patriots on a day that just feels like NFL training camp weather.
With less than a week before camp opens up, we discuss some Patriots on a day that just feels like NFL training camp weather.
We talk Sox on a hot summer Friday, and how John Farrell is in a no-win situation with some fans despite the team's performance.
We talk Sox on a hot summer Friday, and how John Farrell is in a no-win situation with some fans despite the team's performance.

[0:01:26] ... about the knuckleball that comes it goes it works it doesn't work. Tim Wakefield used to say and never know what it's gonna do when it leaves the hand I understand all. But again Stephen Wright ...
[0:04:51] ... to be 500 pitchers in all and that's that's across the board. Tim Wakefield over his career is as accomplished as it was and as long as he lasted was up well what game over 500. ...
[0:06:56] ... more than a and he well you know why it's truthfully and Ned Yost lied. Nobody want to catch sure. That's part of a highway Ryan Hanigan probably just like cap tournaments candidly on doesn't like caption nobody else does either maybe I'll add that my baseball plan if you are knuckleball pitcher you make the all star team your catcher automatically comes. Work for me I think that's next bullet point after all pitchers it forever and that Ned Yost wouldn't play either. I could be sent the I don't doubt seventeenth inning the hour or something like that let this guy ...
[0:07:59] ... we're in right now. After a while I was tired of watching Tim Wakefield pitched. I went to a streak over the span of years it seem like any time I had a ticket no matter who the scheduled start was. The the rains would calm the skies would open up it would and they'll be unlike did the rotation would change I must have seen Tim Wakefield ten consecutive times I went to Fenway. And it was the same pitch and I didn't need to see that anymore I ...






In honor of the passing of coach Dennis Green, we present four of the best NFL Coaching rants (during press conferences) of all time.