Here are the highlights from Tuesday’s Headlines on Dennis & Callahan with Kirk Minihane, Gerry Callahan and John Dennis. To listen to the segment, go to the Dennis & Callahan audio on demand page.
Will Middlebrooks, Jenny Dell engaged to be married
Former NESN reporter Jenny Dell revealed on Twitter Monday night that her and Red Sox third baseman Will Middlebrooks are engaged to be married.
“Do you think it’s going to last?” Callahan asked.
Minihane responded: “No.
“There’s too much uncertainty in their lives,” Callahan said. “Too much travel, no kids involved yet, so there’s too much going on.”
Dennis thinks differently.
“Don’t you think you could make a case there’s something good about not being together 24/7?,” he asked. “She’s doing a little of this, he’s doing baseball.”
Callahan said: “It’s going to be tough for these kids to make it work.”
Minihane asked the guys to predict how long their marriage will last.
“I’m going to say they give it a shot,” Callahan said before he and Minihane both predicted seven years. To avoid agreeing with Callahan, Minihane changed his prediction to 6 1/2 years.
Dennis said: ” ‘Til death do they part.”
Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman welcomes daughter
Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman and fiancee Erin Hurley welcomed a daughter on Sunday.
“This is 15 months after he was virtually dead,” Callahan said.
Dennis said: “Hey Dzhokhar [Tsarnaev], GFY.”
“That is victory right there,” Callahan said.
It’s also being reported that film company Lionsgate has launched the development of “Stronger,” the story of Bauman based on the book he wrote with Bret Witter that chronicles his life in the aftermath of the attacks at the Marathon finish line.
“It is a great book,” Callahan said. “It’s an easy read, it’s a great read.”
Minihane said: “If you told somebody in April  that the following July he was going to have a baby and a best-selling book and a movie, it’s incredible.”
“As I tweeted out and deleted, that is the best revenge,” Callahan said.
Marathon survivor told to leave New Hampshire T.J. Maxx because of service dog
The manager of a T.J. Maxx in Nashua, New Hampshire, ordered Boston Marathon bombing survivor Sydney Corcoran to put her service dog in a cart or to leave.
Corcoran suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of the deadly explosion in which her mother, Celeste, lost both legs.
According to Corcoran, the dog had a service dog vest on, but the manager claimed it was violating store policy.
“Did it defecate it the store? Did it urinate in the store?” Dennis asked.
Callahan said: “This is just an overzealous manager who’s going to get called in by the boss today and Sydney will probably get a gift card in the mail and an apology.”
“One manager made a mistake. It doesn’t speak to the company as a whole, but I’m sure they’ll right that wrong,” Minihane said.
Dennis said: “I’m guessing he’s an assistant manager today.”