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Jon Lester says he would probably have signed with the Red Sox for 5 years and $120M last spring training
Mut, Rob, and Alex talk with former Red Sox pitcher Jon Lester. Jon talks about his experiences with free agency, what it would have taken to sign him to the Red Sox last season, and his experiences with fans since signing with the Cubs.
it through the physical and you know until everybody wants that's physical Justin Duchscherer . You know everything what Lowe did want you know hate we agreed to do whatever with this team and you know two days later something happen and you know your back down and not and so. We tried that we try to go that route but. Obviously I got a quick picks shortly thereafter in the decision that it was gonna get outs on sort of a phone call. And obviously our bench and can Lewis was number one and then. Dustin Pedroia was number two there shortly after and you know if it was it in and then obviously after that that it kind
Wade Miley talks gluten, swamp people, and coming to the A.L. East
Mut, Rob, and Alex talk with newly signed Red Sox pitcher, Wade Miley. They talk about the story that came out about the D-Backs wanting him to switch to a gluten-free diet, and what he expects coming from the N.L. West to the A.L. East.
How much did you look at it do you look at what Brandon McCarthy was able to accomplish in making that same transition obviously. You know he was he was tremendous for the Yankees last year
Hot Stove Show 12-18-14
The boys are back at it, Mut, Rob, and Alex talk with former Red Sox pitcher and new Chicago Cub Jon Lester, they then talk with new Red Sox pitcher and ongoing consumer of gluten, Wade Miley.
part of the rotation. And a guy who will not be here Jon Lester will join us up ten minutes in obvious should negate his take his first interview I think. On a Boston radio or
what we can miss and Edwin Jackson but we can still afforded Jon Lester . That and there are not too far away from being a super rich team when their TV contract comes out it was
join us a later on the program. Andy for Red Sox pitcher Jon Lester nine member of the Chicago Cubs joins us here. On the AT&T hotline part of the hot stove show H shot it's
Red Sox Manager John Farrell joins Mustard and Johnson, 12-13-14
Manager of the Boston Red Sox, John Farrell, speaks with Craig and Larry during the "Christmas at Fenway" festivities. John spoke about the pitching rotation as it stands right now, and inability to sign John Lester. He also talked about some of the younger pitching prospects, as well as the Free Agents that have signed with the team in the last month, like Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez.
first hand experience all rely on guys and our staff toward developed Brian Butterfield just inning to. But then also just getting to know or personal best possible. That that's what managing people's about. You mention
the quickness. That's require their the work that he continues to do Brian Butterfield that this is going to be a very very good shortstop and an all around shortstop. For a longer time here. With
Red Sox President and CEO, Larry Lucchino, sits down with Mustard and Johnson, 12-13-14
Craig and Larry press Larry Lucchino about the inability to sign Jon Lester, the projected starting rotation, and the signings of Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez.
and I young's defenses. This is trade human beings and we signed Jon Lester at the end of the season went after him. Had experience. With the free agent market yeah. Were it was clear that
one priority is now thinking about the Chicago Cubs which you think Jon Lester . Is it during the Cubs from Maine also ran through contender. Has enough problems focused on the hospital. Fell Larry I think Jon Lester is gonna make significant contribution to this. One thing that pleased me most is Darren. It's about quality you know TO would
Boston Red Sox COO, Sam Kennedy, with Mustard and Johnson, 12-13-14
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Boston Red Sox, Sam Kennedy, joined Craig and Larry to talk about Christmas at Fenway, and some of the Red Sox off-season acquisitions.
World Series so. At the end of the day that I want Jon Lester back yes to everyone in the organization want Jon Lester back. Yes we fell short we didn't get it done if we made mistakes along the way we made mistakes along the way you know were. We're not gonna revisit that history other than to say. I'm a huge Jon Lester fan. Wouldn't have to. World Series rings an additional four ring without Jon Lester we wish him well but we do not wish Theo Epstein and the Chicago Cubs well let me be very clear. First you don't get the wrap up yeah. The last question a bit and it's not
Alex Speier Recaps Baseball's Winter Meetings 12-12-14
Weei.com's Alex Speier joins the shows to recap all the Red Sox moves from the MLB Winter Meetings. He also previews what the Sox may do going forward.
an interest in our. For them to move Barton from. From a Zack Greinke they were convinced that he was going to opt out there there are a lot of it's that the problem is that
Hot Stove Show 12-11-14
Mut and Alex Speier are holding down the fort this week on the Hot Stove Show. They take calls on Jon Lester going to the Cubs and concerns with the Red Sox pitching rotation. They wrap things up with Rob Bradford who is still in San Diego where baseball's winter meetings were held.
depth a little bit that offseason it is up acquiring David Wells Matt Clement . In and Wade Miller . In order to kind of give themselves a bit more of a chance to have some rotation depth at that didn't go
Rob Bradford wraps up the Winter Meetings
Mut and Alex Speier check in with Rob Bradford who is getting ready to depart San Diego since the Winter Meetings have wrapped up. They talk about the moves the Red Sox made trading Yoenis Cespedes and Jon Lester signing with the Cubs.
money from. So much about a's send him an apt Pratt brochure Justin Speier MLS what last question rob. But do you think that there's any chance at the Red Sox channel their resources into the back end into may be trying to build up a more dominant bullpen. You know at that
Buster Olney reacts to Cespedes/Porcello Trade 12-11-14
Buster calls in from the Winter Meetings to react to the trade and discusses potential moves going forward.
that offer. In relation to where the market was for guys like Matt Cain Cole Hamels went in close and 5060%. Less. Then what other guys are getting and you can understand why did he would become a
there hasn't been talked with the Phillies have we know lot about Cole Hamels here as much as maybe we anticipate it. You know what they they may charity note that this is something not gonna happen there on a no trade list are recent and a lot of pitchers. Especially when you're the second have their careers that flop it numerically there don't wanna go to the American League east and imagine if you Cole Hamels . If you could try that sort of steer yourself in the situation where you go back to the California where he's from. Or you could leave yourself in position where you have to be the guy to replace Jon Lester bought in terms of comfort level. That's not really close L. I would say that I agree with your assessment you know
group tomorrow he's perceived to ask for too much off and again. Cole Hamels if he doesn't want to go to the American League leaders weren't there at suck it's not gonna happen. Then you're gonna