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.
Tim Britton of the Providence Journal joins Rob Bradford to hold a draft, picking reasons why Chris Sale might actually be a really good pitcher for the Red Sox. Along the way Britton and Bradford divulge behind-the-scenes moments from the Red Sox beat, and previous podcasts.
Rob Bradford is joined by WEEI's Lou Merloni to offer a preemptive strike when it comes to Lou's inevitable criticism of Red Sox manager John Farrell. Rob presents Lou with situations that Farrell could face during the first week of the Red Sox' season, getting Merloni to commit to what paths he would take. It's first-guessing with Manager Lou
Rob Bradford is joined by Drew Pomeranz, the Red Sox pitcher who so many are wondering if he will be able to live up the value placed on him by the Red Sox when trading away top pitching prospect Anderson Espinoza last July. Pomeranz goes into detail regarding his injury last season, the stem cell treatment he underwent in the offseason, and how he thinks things stand heading into the 2017 campaign.
Rob Bradford is joined by Tom Caron, the man responsible for guiding the ship when it comes to Red Sox pregame and postgame shows, along with various other important duties with the New England Sports Network, including offering the play-by-play for both TV and radio throughout spring training. Tom and Rob discuss a variety of topics, such as nickname conundrums, radio vs. television, criticizing the team, behind-the-scenes for the broadcasts and where the industry is going.
Rob Bradford is joined by two-time All-Star outfielder Carlos Quentin, who is attempting a comeback with the Red Sox this spring. Quentin's path back to baseball involves almost quitting the game less than a year ago, losing 40 pounds and trying to sell himself to general managers all over Major League Baseball. Quentin explains his journey, which has led him to the back fields at JetBlue Park.
Rob Bradford catches up with Clay Buchholz to discuss the former Red Sox pitcher's new lot in life with the Phillies, while reflecting on his up and down tenure in Boston. Philadelphia general manager Matt Klentak also joins the podcast to discuss his team's pursuit of Buchholz.