Dino, Gary Tanguay and Jackie MacMullan discuss the state of the presidential race, including whether Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton have driven any voters from one side of the political spectrum to the other.
ESPN's Jackie MacMullan are in studio to discuss the state of the Celtics, including Gerald Green's signing over the weekend and a glut of players on the roster.
Dino, Tanguay and Jackie Mac talk a little Red Sox with one week to go before the non-waiver trade deadline in MLB

[0:02:25] ... the writers are reading it in and of central piece in the Boston Herald. Talking about you know his trade philosophy and basically says we are in it to win. Dombrowski told herald yesterday we are ...
[0:05:38] ... an in what do we talked about we don't have. And the Bom Gartner. The doctor was that he's hurt now the Dodgers Kershaw Persia you know it price. There's been a disappointment even though I ...
[0:06:10] ... in the checked us out Kent. I think any pitcher in the American League may be in all of Major League based right about this he has given up more hits than any pitcher in the American League. So when spring training rolls around next February were down there is obligated mobs down populist we'll see what was the problem. Do you think that you will be is going to be. The adjustment because not austerity and it's awful loss is a lot that was at the beginning does not now ally and now he's like you don't guys like he's right he's going to be in the top five numerically and right now pleading for most hits in all of baseball among the American League they've had wildly yeah price. Well in the first inning is killed him but he in the first innings than in his is doubtful. You could still have velocity but if you're not locating your pitches sent out there on Google do reloading here and duke itself up again. You know if you don't locate you're not executing. Because I mean everybody knows if you throw a hundred you throat Adam Melhuse still gonna get it art 6177797937. Our number three coming up Jack McMullen gear tank weighed keynote Dennis with few. When we ...





It seems the door is open for yet another season of Arrested Development, according to one of the show’s stars.

Netflix

Netflix

Tony Hale, who played Buster, recently told Entertainment Tonight radio he is pushing for a fifth season of the hit show. But only because he wants to see what happens to his on-screen love, Lucille Austero (or “Lucille Two”), played by Liza Minnelli.

“I want to see what happened to my sweet girlfriend Liza Minnelli,” Hale said. “I want to know what happened to my woman!”

Hale said it’s not out of the question, but it would be more difficult to put a show together now.

“It’s a lot of scheduling. A lot of people are doing different stuff and it’s nine people to get together. I really want to see where the story continues.”

Hale also posted a pic to his Instagram that day with AD costar, Will Arnett:

Instagram

Instagram

 

Now, I loved this show. I think the first few seasons were brilliant. But the fourth season was terrible and I’m grateful they never made the Arrested Development movie because that would have also been terrible. I really hope they don’t come back with a fifth season and I probably wouldn’t watch it if they did.

So please don’t campaign for this, Tony Hale. I don’t care what happens to Lucille Two and it would be pretty selfish to put us through another dreadful season just so you can have on-screen sex with Liza Minnelli.

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Lucy Burdge
Gary Tanguay takes on 'Headlines' with an update on a mass shooting in Ft. Myers, the Democratic Convention, Roger Ailes and Donald Trump, and Gisele at the Olympics.

[0:02:48] ... fault. I somebody gets it and so does not. You don't remember Michelle Obama sandals words she is here with their apparently they're just a basic words that you would a general Sense and Sensibility to cabinet speech you know we wanna. Race replay for the stars and are three what my understanding was that. She wanted she asked people who write the speech she referred to Michelle Obama's. And to some of that she public. Opinion as well some some clunky then. We've they've legal yellow pad wrote it down ...
[0:03:52] ... real good in the writer wrote that it. But if you school. Michelle Obama he said what Michelle Obama's that was really you know. Then it's it's yours charges that it I like witches but I don't want to say it ...
[0:04:45] ... But trump expanded his lead with white voters who do not holding college degree. From 51 at 31% to 62 to 23%. Right now. Would trumpet of course we have the beauty of it coming up ...
[0:06:19] ... want to do so many goes. Hey remember me I tried to run for president you guys are just trying to get active right. You I don't want to America regardless but politically you had any idea ...






John Dennis, Jackie MacMullan and Gary Tanguay discuss the opening of Patriots camp which is just three days away.
Dino, Gary Tanguay & Jackie MacMullan discuss the weekend's induction of the Boston Globe's Dan Shaughnessy into the baseball HOF and whether he should actually be in there.

[0:00:22] ... they all want my job. Well congratulations. To baseball hall of Famer Dan Shaughnessy but I will correct you. In not everybody want to drop I would not wanna be a beat writer columnist. Covering Major ...
[0:00:58] ... Jackman and about annals okay urgent change my day is fine. And Dan Shaughnessy who who like I think really sort of highlight. My discomfort with broadcasters and journalist being in the hall of fame. You ...
[0:02:48] ... a completely separate entity. And clearly no one is gonna ever accused Dan Shaughnessy of being in bed that. Was not my point but but it but he gives a way this gives off this perception ...
[0:06:55] ... widen so forth and he didn't help the red sex with a World Series. But the wait didn't cover the team the day of the week it wrote about the team in the weight Dan sparked ...






John Dennis is joined by Gary Tanguay & Jackie MacMullan, and the trio starts the show by reacting to the overnight news of another mass shooting, this one in Ft. Myers Florida at a 'teen' event at a nightclub.

[0:09:16] ... a guy Dahmer Jeffrey Dahmer -- you know war I in a high school Kaczynski if it you know in high school you head of the everybody has put fire alarms that was the big thing we had a bomb scare every other day ...
[0:16:23] ... travel. I would feel very very uncomfortable that he might you know high school kids at a high school kids to Europe in in this climate. Also I'm gonna disagree with you. Just because. You know goes to the Smithsonian well ...
[0:17:03] ... lives but. We travel a lot as a family we were in South America last summer I felt credibly say there. We were in Ecuador Whitman into the lap of notes and but I will tell ...
[0:19:19] ... the how do you combat that that could happen anywhere. I mean Boston Marathon people. Sure city. Our city into the bye and I grew up here right across America on. Every single year from the time I was nine years old right up. Through college give if you were. Historically some and it went to the a diploma on the fourth of July we talk which I did for many many years right would you have gone this year or even last year based on you know the Boston Marathon bombing. That is the kind of target they're looking for a I leak on right rated Brian you know area and and and maybe it was too symbolic may wish to lobbyist maybe there were so much security there was nothing they can do but wouldn't that if you want these whacked out savages. From from from ices say. Fourth of July Boston Pops on the nation's birthday or I with with what was it 200000. Your wife Maria and I mean I heard security was ...






Welcome to Monday’s Morning Mashup. For the latest news, start at our WEEI.com home page or click here for the top stories from our news wire.

Welcome to Monday’s Morning Mashup. For the latest news, start at our WEEI.com home page or click here for the top stories from our news wire.

MONDAY’S BROADCAST HIGHLIGHTS:
MLB: Tigers at Red Sox, 7:10 p.m. (NESN, ESPN; WEEI-FM)
Basketball: Women’s exhibition, United States vs. U.S. Select team, 10 p.m. (NBA TV)
Soccer: Champions Cup, Manchester City vs. Manchester United, 8 a.m. (ESPN2)

AROUND THE WEB:

Aroldis Chapman

Aroldis Chapman

— The Cubs already have the best record in baseball, and now they’re apparently closing in on landing the game’s most intimidating closer. According to multiple reports, Chicago is close to acquiring Yankees left-hander Aroldis Chapman in a deal for 19-year-old shortstop prospect Gleyber Torres.

Chapman, who has 20 saves in 21 chances in his first season in New York and has touched 105 mph on the radar gun, confirmed to reporters that the Yankees have talked to his agent, and he expressed mixed feelings about leaving the Bronx.

“It’s tough. I feel comfortable here,” he said through an interpreter. “I feel like part of the family here.”

The 28-year-old Cuban added that if he were traded, he’d consider returning as a free agent in the offseason.

“Oh yeah, if there’s a possibility, and God willing, yes,” he said.

The Yankees beat the Giants on Sunday to improve to 50-48, matching their season-best mark of two games over .500. They are 7 1/2 games behind the first-place Orioles and 4 1/2 games behind the Blue Jays for the second wild card, leaving some in New York to believe that ownership should give the team a chance to compete.

“We’re very much in this,” Brett Gardner said. “There’s no point in me sitting here campaigning for us to stay together.”

Said first baseman Mark Teixeira: “We don’t want to see him go. We’re trying to win games, and he’s a big part of that.”

— Four people were killed Sunday afternoon on an Arizona highway when their van collided with a bus carrying Cowboys staffers to a fan event in Las Vegas.

None of the Cowboys employees were seriously injured.

“All on the bus came through OK with some bumps and bruises,” team spokesman Rich Dalrymple told ESPN.

The staffers — including DallasCowboys.com columnist Mickey Spagnola and the team’s mascot — collided on U.S. 93 about 30 miles north of Kingman, Arizona.

The Las Vegas fan event was canceled.

— Two college football programs were reeling Sunday after the news that Nebraska punter Sam Foltz and former Michigan State punter Mike Sadler were killed in a car crash in Wisconsin while returning from a kicking camp.

Police said Sadler was driving the car, which went out of control on wet pavement and crashed into a tree. LSU kicker Colby Delahoussaye also was in the car and suffered minor injuries.

Foltz, last season’s Big Ten punter of the year, and Sadler, a first-team All-American as a junior in 2013 and a four-time Academic All-American who had planned to attend Stanford Law School this fall, had served as coaches at Kohl’s Kicking Camp in Wales, Wisconsin.

“Last night, we lost one of the best young men who I have ever had the honor to coach and who has ever worn the Nebraska uniform,” Cornhuskers coach Mike Riley said in a statement Sunday. “Sam was universally loved and respected by everyone he touched and on whom he had a positive influence each and every day. His tragic loss is immeasurable to his family, his friends, his classmates, his teammates and his coaches and our thoughts and prayers are with all of them. The young men in our football program are hurting but I know that their strength of character and resolve will bring us together and we will honor Sam every day moving forward.”

Nebraska canceled its scheduled appearance at Big Ten media days this week in Chicago.

Michigan State coach Mike Dantonio also released a statement regarding his former player, saying: “Mike impacted so many people not only as a football player, but also from an academic standpoint and in the community as well. The world has lost a rising star who dreamed big and was accomplishing those dreams, one after another. He was one of those people that brightened your day. I always say to try and be a light, and he truly was a light in this world. We will all miss him dearly. Once again, we find out that life is so fragile. The world will be a sadder and lonelier place without Mike Sadler in it. May he rest in peace.”

ON THIS DAY TRIVIA (answer below): On July 25, 1966, Ted Williams was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. During his speech Williams lobbied for the induction of which two players?

QUOTE OF THE DAY: “There are two misconceptions about me: I didn’t work hard and everything I did I made look easy. Just because I made it look easy doesn’t mean that it was. You don’t become a Hall of Famer by not working, but working day in and day out.” — Ken Griffey Jr., at Sunday’s induction ceremony for the Baseball Hall of Fame

STAT OF THE DAY: 10-0 — Rick Porcello’s record at Fenway Park this season, after he picked up the win in Sunday’s 8-7 victory over the Twins

‘NET RESULTS: With the score tied in the ninth inning, Nolan Reimold blasts a home run to give the Orioles a walk-off win over the Indians.

The White Sox get two ninth-inning walk-off wins over the Tigers on the same day, as Adam Eaton wins the continuation of Saturday’s suspended game with a single to left field, then Melky Cabrera wins the regularly scheduled game, also with a single to left.

Tigers left fielder Justin Upton leaps over the fence to steal a home run from White Sox batter Jose Abreu.

Making his first major league start in center field, Michael Conforto lays out to make a great catch for the Mets’ first out of the game against the Marlins.

Pistons center Andre Drummond is on the receiving end of two ferocious dunks (by Sek Henry and D.J. Shumpert) during play in the Drew League.

TRIVIA ANSWER: Negro League stars Josh Gibson and Satchel Paige

SOOTHING SOUNDS: Bruce Woodley, former member of the Seekers, was born on this day in 1942. He’s second from left in this video.

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Jerry Spar