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The Hot Stove Show Is Back!
Mut, Rob Bradford and Alex Speier are back and talking not only Red Sox, but MLB Hot Stove. They talk with Red Sox GM Ben Cherington, and take some phone calls about some of the Red Sox potential moves.
back to the help fill for second or is nick is DO Arizona Fall League and always suffer an injury there but. Just curious what you saw from him in that time that things that he was
Ben Cherington kicks off the Hot Stove Season
Mut, Rob Bradford, and Alex Speier talk with Red Sox GM Ben Cherington. Ben addresses some questions regarding Will Middlebrooks, Rusney Castillo, as well as Yoenis Cespedes' future with the club.
me go back to the outfield for second or is nick STO Arizona Fall League and we suffered injury there but. Just curious what you saw from him in that time that things that he was able
Joe Castiglione wraps up the 2014 Red Sox Season with a Poem
Joe Castiglione does his annual wrap-up of the season by reading the poem by Bart Giamatti.
most it stops. The 2014. Season has come to ending for the Boston Red Sox And we thank our great fans at New England once again are wonderful listeners. For their loyalty. And we'll talk to you
Mut and Bradford on the disappointing season for Jackie Bradley, Jr and Xander Bogaerts 9-28-14
Mut and Rob discuss the "kids" and the variety of young bodies the Red Sox called upon this season. Specifically, they look at Bogaerts and Bradley, Jr. and where things went wrong. They give their opinions on which one will right the ship next season.
here here's the thing -- in in listen I was wrong about Stephen Drew but I looked at it as if you got back Stephen Drew . You go back the guy that a lot of most people thought you were getting you're gonna get better defensively at two
Minor Details Ep. 101: Red Sox director of player development Ben Crockett on the state of the Red Sox system
Description: Red Sox farm director Ben Crockett looks back at the 2014 Red Sox prospect season by answering listener questions about a number of Red Sox prospects as well as broader issues and themes in the farm system.
you something about the quality then along. We have a question from Josh Johnson who asks -- is looking -- future enough on narrow that down a little bit because. As as as anyone who listens
Red Sox Bench Coach Torey Lovullo Joins Mut and Bradford live at Fenway 9-28-14
Torey Lovullo sits down with the boys to give his final assessment and analysis on a tough year for the Red Sox.
the positions of guys who replaced. I mean center field. It was Grady Sizemore and just listened. Thank goodness for Grady Sizemore -- it got us through every single day right right. So when we know what happened there precise more shortstop into Bogart's ball too many expectations 21 year old rookie. Catcher AJ Pierzynski of veteran who didn't seem to put much stock in spring training and you know we know what happened there. And then woman it's who you who else did you guys lose easily lost center fielder a shortstop. You lost catcher. Come in and in Indy know not to get off to a slow start there and he was after a couple weeks he was back down the -- There was a lot of things lot of factors that played into us not doing well. Stephen Drew a lot of ways solidify its offense and defense. You know. Those are tough guys to replace. Those those are those pictures
enough to talk about on the air but. I heard enough about AJ Pierzynski being divisive force in the clubhouse okay and I don't mean to pile on him but you just mentioned losing Saltalamacchia bring
The triumphant return of Mut and Bradford - Live from Fenway 9-28-14
Mut and Bradford are live from Fenway on the final day of the season to recap what went wrong in 2014 and what the future looks like for the Boston Red Sox.
Sox. I think it's well here -- it's -- -- it's an AJ Pierzynski in slide in Tampa. Think that's a standout moment but there are multiple times where he had a terrible -- -- --
Joe Kelly with Joe & Dave after the win against the Yankees at Fenway
Joe & Dave talked to the Sox right-hander after he picked up his 4th W since the trade that brought him to Boston.
that it's always fun and was cool to see him get a standing ovation and and so much years here just. That's in the back of rubber on the mound to -- them at a time. To cap room and then after that baseball. Well for sure and enjoy looking forward now to 2015. Obviously you firmly entrenched in a Red Sox rotation what are your own expectations about. Pitching for the Red Sox for entire season pitching in the American League and what he did take off what you learned so far after the stay in the American League . -- I'm I'm definitely -- forward to it I just wanna have a a full season of other starter. You know got hurt this year was up to three month with a hamstring injury and and go to spring training personable and have is just I mean I want it to an inning guy in. --
Bud Selig with Joe and Davein the booth at Fenway
Joe & Dave talked to the outgoing MLB Commissioner during Saturday's 8-run 2nd inning.
all filled up for the Red Sox and for Daniel Nava. And Larry Rothschild is gonna come -- along with the interpreter. To pay a visit. 22 -- here. The bases all filled up forward Daniel
Larry Lucchino on Derek Jeter's final weekend at Fenway 9-25-14
Larry Lucchino on the upcoming weekend of Jeter.
The front office report that Larry Lucchino is brought you by noon turf care and to -- business solutions have always leverage joins us on the AT&T hotline good morning ritual -- Good morning -- -- -- morning gentlemen. As we all bowl this week marks a melancholy moment a fond farewell perhaps even a tearful goodbyes. This is our last visit of the year with Larry Lucchino I think I may need a hug Larry. But those kids get. It's DA it's been. A challenging year in. It's kind