Red Sox assistant general manager Eddie Romero, the man who had a huge hand in signing top prospect Rafael Devers, joins Rob Bradford to talk all things Devers. Romero explains how the organization locked up the talented third baseman, detailing how he has progressed to this point and how long it might be until the 20 year old becomes a major leaguer.
Michael Holley, author of the new book, "Papi: My Story" joins Rob Bradford to talk anything and everything about the soon-to-be released David Ortiz autobiography. Holley discusses the twists and turns leading up to actually writing the book, the stories behind putting it all together and the stories behind the stories.
Milwaukee Brewers third baseman, and former Red Sox, Travis Shaw joined Rob Bradford to discuss his current lot in life, along with his true feelings about how things transpired in 2016 with the Sox. Shaw revisits his good and bad times with the Red Sox, along with his motivation to "win the trade" that sent Tyler Thornburg to Boston. He also identities the American League East team that was truly the Red Sox' rival in '16. WIth the Red Sox playing Shaw's Brewers in Milwaukee, it's a great time to reconnect with the 27 year old.
Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia joins Rob Bradford to clarify where people are right and where they are wrong when talking about leadership in the team's clubhouse. Pedroia also doubles down on his proclamation he is best in the major leagues at making pocket squares and turning double plays.
Rob Bradford is joined by Minnesota Twins relief pitcher Craig Breslow, who is one of the foremost authorities among professional athletes when it comes to understanding how charities work. Not only does Breslow head up his own charity, the Strike 3 Foundation, but also proactively has taken the Boston Globe to task via a letter to the editor after a 2013 article criticizing the allocation of funds for high-profile athlete's charities. Breslow digs into the recent controversy surrounding Tom Brady's affiliation with Best Buddies, explaining why the recent Globe article was misguided.
Rob Bradford is joined by both Lou Merloni and Curt Schilling to discuss the recent controversy involving Manny Machado, Dustin Pedroia, Matt Barnes and their respective teams. The two former major leagues offer insight to how baseball handles (and should handle) hitting batters as an act of revenge, with their own stories of involving similar situations as the one that unfolded in Baltimore. They also break down the decision to take Chris Sale out of his last start after eight innings. The former pitcher and batter cover it all from every angle.
On the 10th year anniversary of an iconic moment in Red Sox television broadcasts, Jerry Remy joins Rob Bradford to reflect on the famous Fenway pizza throw for another Bradfo Sho short.
In a Bradfo Sho short, Red Sox bench coach Gary DiSarcina joins Rob Bradford to talk about some of his early takeaways from watching his new team, including the comparison of Andrew Benintendi in his first April to Mike Trout when he experienced his first full big league season. DiSarcina also offers interesting insight into how different Xander Bogaerts is now compared to when he was mentoring the shortstop as Pawutcket's manager four years ago
Lou Merloni joins Rob Bradford once again to discuss the moves that were made, and the moves that need to be made when it comes to the Red Sox. Rob and Lou begin the podcast addressing the controversy the first 'Manager Lou' podcast, in which Merloni believed Bradford was trying to paint him in a corner. Plenty of anger and analysis in this one.
Comedian Josh Wolf joins Rob Bradford to announce the news that David Ortiz will be having a celebrity roast at the House of Blues. Wolf, who can be heard on his own podcast with Freddie Prinze Jr. and will be hosting the event, also examines the difference between the celebrity sports fans he sees every day and those in New England, where he grew up. Prior to Wolf joining the podcast Ben Kichen of the Dale, Holley & Keefe Show offers everything you need to know when it comes to the art of executing a celebrity roast.