The Greg Hill Show, featuring hosts Greg Hill, Jermaine Wiggins and Courtney Cox, airs weekdays 6-10 a.m. The show features an interview with Bill Belichick each week during Patriots season. Follow the show on Twitter @TheGregHillShow.
Ep. 45: Chaim Bloom | Inside The Monster
Chief Baseball Officer of the Boston Red Sox, Chaim Bloom, joins the show to discuss the moves made at the trade deadline, the state of the team right now, and the very important offseason ahead. Presented by Audacy.
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Patriots preseason football kicks off tonight! | BetQL Boston
Mut and Scheim discuss the Patriots opening preseason game against the Giants before getting to a one off game between the Red Sox and Orioles.
The curtains are closing on the Red Sox season, but ownership won't let you know that
Red Sox President, Sam Kennedy calls into the show for his weekly chat with the gang to discuss Chris Sale's recent bike accident and what direction the organization is now heading in. Some legitimate questions are left hanging and the crew addresses these after their interrogation of Sam.
Additionally, Hammer the Scheim makes a return for tonight's pre-season game. So, get out those notepads and get ready to place those bets because Chris is here to make you some money on the Patriots.
No baseball tonight so Giants fans will tune in to assess their team.
Not a whole lot of sports going on in New York tonight and the failing Red Sox are playing the now playoff contenders out of Baltimore, so tonight might be the most viewed preseason game in NFL history. The gang breaks down tonight's game with some first hand experience from Wiggy.
Did Giants want to draft Mahomes? Judging QBs around the AFC.
Sports gambling was signed into law by Governor Baker yesterday, but how long will it take to actually start making bets? The gang wagers when they expect to see online and in person sportsbooks available to the public and agree it will likely happen at the end of the year.
Kevin Durant reveals that the Celtics are a landing spot he would like to see if dealt by the Nets. Durant is interested in playing with the Defensive Player of the Year, Marcus Smart, but the Nets will only sacrifice KD to the C's if they get Smart in return.
And as the Pats gear up for the Giants in preseason, the gang reviews all the quarterbacks the New York Football Giants missed out on to get to Daniel Jones.
We'll see Giants starters tonight. How's Daniel Jones' season gonna look?
The gang previews tonight's first Pre-Season game for the New England Patriots. Some of the local hub-bub that's turned into national news is that the Patriot's offense is not prepared nor has any stewardship. Who will be on the play call for Mac and the offense tonight? And how will the Patriots stack up against a full speed New York Giants as they prepare to play all of their starters?
Additionally, Curtis is getting deeper into his Chris Sale bike conspiracy and is slowly sucking in the rest of the crew to his two-wheeled truthing.
Decent show, boomers on Covid
I generally like the show but I find myself turning it off daily because they need to share their boomer point of views on covid, masks, and politics generally. I wouldn’t mind and I can tolerate hearing politics I don’t agree with but there’s not one dissenting voice. All the uninformed mask talk in particular is the worst though. For a network that prides itself on being the radio station of the jimmy fund, you’d think asking for bare minimum medical precautions would be appreciated. Seems hollow to praise nurses and the medical community then take the least caring position for the most vulnerable, like kids with cancer who may be on an airplane for example (today’s topic of discussion). Again I wouldn’t mind because I do understand that POV but there’s not one voice raising those kind of objections. Decent show when they talk sports, life, local community but the political commentary is reminiscent of Dennis and Callahan at its worst (except more uninformed). Miss the days when they had competing political voices - Tomasi, trenni, Ken, etc. As a listener you basically need to pick and choose what segments to listen to if you aren’t an old boomer.
It’s always entertaining. If you like a fun, fairly conservative host keeping certain liberal cohosts at bay then this is your show.
I was a huge fan of the Hill Man Morning Show when it was on WAAF. I listened faithfully. Now I can take it or leave it. I never agree with Greg’s political views, but he was always down to earth…blue collar. Now he’s become too upper class and out of touch. Courtney does nothing for me. She seems like a spoiled, snobby, millennial. I only listen off and on now, when I’m in the mood.