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Episode 356: Section 10 AMA
Today we are answering any and all of your questions! Before that we guess which date the Red Sox will name Alex Cora their manager, how great it was to watch Hubbs and co. crumble as the Yankees season ended once again before the World Series, Yankee fans trying too hard to have the next Pedro on their team and much more. We then answer a ton of your questions and they are all phenomenal. Enjoy!
Episode 355: Martin Perez
IT'S FINALLY #PEREZDAY ON SECTION 10! Our guy Martin Perez makes his debut on the show today and we're talking his reaction to #PerezDay taking over Red Sox Twitter, how he got several offers elsewhere but only wanted to be in Boston, how much he thinks being accountable on social media should be a part of a MLB player's job, the weirdness of pitching in Fenway with no fans this season, how he stayed focused regardless of how the team was doing, his closest friends on the Sox, advice he got from Chris Sale at the start of the season, his favorite pitchers when he was growing up, a funny story about Christian Vazquez, still needing to experience what the city of Boston has to offer after the pandemic ends, loving the mic'd up life, hating the Yankees, and a potential side job he could have in the dugout if he's back with the Red Sox next season. After the Perez interview we talk Yankee fans continuing to just not get it, Mookie already having way more fun in LA than he did in Boston, and why Aaron Judge acts like he's accomplished something big in his career so far when he simply hasn't. That and much more. Enjoy!
Episode 354: Sox Next Manager (feat. Bobby Dalbec)
Today we are joined by the best home run hitter on the Red Sox all season, Bobby Dalbec. Before our chat with Throbby D we break down why it really is an obvious choice to bring Alex Cora back as the Red Sox manager now that the team has parted ways with Ron Roenicke, what could hold Chaim back from making the clear right move, and how Cora would be perceived in Boston if he were to come back as the skipper of this club. In our second interview with Bobby Dalbec we talk his initial reactions to the Throbby D nickname, the madness of hitting a home run in five straight games, when he will start having more of a reaction after hitting huge dingers, Devers calling the team's HR celebration "Tunnel Time," how he'd fully support whatever manager move the Sox make but knows Varitek would be a great fit, the difficulty of hitting a 100 MPH fastball, why he wasn't more with Down for the Cause, the improvements he hopes to make at playing guitar in the offseason and much more. Enjoy!
Episode 353: That Season Sucked
Today we recap the 2020 Red Sox season and boy was it a rough one. We're talking why more people didn't get on the tanking bandwagon when that clearly made the most sense, who was the biggest overall disappointment on this Sox team, recapping the list of garbage pitchers that got innings this year, how we're split on the dugout celebration and the madness of this year factoring into that, being super disappointed that the Yankees once again didn't win the AL East, who was the biggest reason to watch this brutal team, Chaim loving tall pitchers and much more. Thank you guys for listening this season! We are back to one show a week in the offseason and have plenty planned for y'all. This team will be back to competing for a postseason spot next year. Trust us. Cora 2021
Episode 352: Fan Investigation
A maniac of a "fan" snuck into Fenway and started causing a damn scene so we are investigating how in the world this all went down. We start by calling Chris Cotillo of the Mexican Times which leads us to a call with Guerin Austin for an inside view of what it was like at Fenway and we dig even deeper to get to the bottom of this madness. We then give Jeff Passan a call to give us his insight on the percentage chance that Alex Cora is the manager of the Red Sox next season, talk how much we miss the routine we had of going to Sox games, break down that phenomenal Fenway debut for Tanner Houck and much more. Enjoy!
Episode 351: Throwing It Back
Today we're joined by former host of the show Pete Blackburn and we're taking a trip down memory lane talking how awesome it was to be the age we were during the emotional 2003 and 2004 seasons, looking at how we got to this current state of the Red Sox, how much people that call into sports radio shows must hate their lives outside of when the game is on, "It's just a game" being the worst thing you could ever tell us, the difficulties of rooting for a potential draft pick, the Pirates getting close to running away from the Sox with the top overall pick, if we're hyping up the Vandy pitchers too much, Tanner Houck's dominant debut, a shoutout to the Holt's for having their second child and much more. Enjoy!