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Your least favorite Red Sox blog, SurvivingGrady.com, now offers your least favorite Red Sox podcast! No stats, no meaningful info. Just two goons talking about the Red Sox. And quite badly, we might add.

The SurvivingGrady.com Red Sox Podcast Surviving Grady

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Your least favorite Red Sox blog, SurvivingGrady.com, now offers your least favorite Red Sox podcast! No stats, no meaningful info. Just two goons talking about the Red Sox. And quite badly, we might add.

    Sox Offenders Podcast: Nate Corddry on Fenway Park and Bad Boston Accents

    Sox Offenders Podcast: Nate Corddry on Fenway Park and Bad Boston Accents

    Our first podcast in over 3 years features Hollywood actor-type and Weymouth, MA native Nate Corddry. Join us as we discuss Fenway Park, the worst Boston accents in movies, what Emma Watson smells like, and Carl Crawford. As a bonus, Nate gets a visit from the DirectTV repairman during the show. It's a better way to spend 45 minutes than shaving your ass and sitting in a vat of whiskey. We think.

    • 47 min
    The SurvivingGrady.com Red Sox Podcast: Talking to People About 2004 with Guest Matt Kory

    The SurvivingGrady.com Red Sox Podcast: Talking to People About 2004 with Guest Matt Kory

    Folks, it is ten years to the month in which the Red Sox drop kicked us all into the promised land, winning the World Series for the first time in most of our lifetimes and sending this city into a booze-fueled celebration that hasn't even ended yet in parts of Chelsea.

    For our latest podcast, we are joined by Matthew Kory of Over The Monster, Sports on Earth, Baseball Prospectus and Forbes to discuss this game-changing event, how it continues to impact Red Sox Nation, and whether JFK or Dave Roberts is more deserving of a free beer.

    • 46 min
    The Surviving Grady Red Sox Podcast: Talking to People About 2004 with Amara Grautski

    The Surviving Grady Red Sox Podcast: Talking to People About 2004 with Amara Grautski

    In our continuing series of podcast chats on the topic of 2004 and how it defined -- and continues to define -- Red Sox Nation, we are joined for this episode by Amara Grautski, writer and online sports editor for the New York Daily News. In addition to valuable insight from the other side of the 2004 coin (the Yankees side), we discuss Kevin Millar, booze, prayer as a scoundrel's last resort, Lost, Kevin Millar and The Incredible Hulk. Also, did we mention Kevin Millar?

    • 58 min
    The Surviving Grady Red Sox Podcast: Talking to People About 2004 with Chad Finn

    The Surviving Grady Red Sox Podcast: Talking to People About 2004 with Chad Finn

    As the 2014 season continues to fade into futility, we seek refuge in the 10 year anniversary of the magical 2004 season. In the latest episode of our TALKING TO PEOPLE ABOUT 2004 podcast series, Chad Finn, sportswriter extraordinaire for the Boston Globe and boston.com joins us to discuss what the Red Sox' 2004 season meant to him, how it changed Red Sox Nation, and why Todd Walker deserved a better fate. It's a trip back to one of the greatest moments in Red Sox history, and, perhaps most importantly, a fine way to forget the recent Toronto series.

    • 28 min
    The Surviving Grady Red Sox Podcast: Talking to People About 2004 With DJ Angie C

    The Surviving Grady Red Sox Podcast: Talking to People About 2004 With DJ Angie C

    Continuing our series of chats with local Red Sox fans about the season that changed everything: 2004. And also, some talk of 2003, because w're sick like that. Boston radio legend DJ Angie C, formerly of 101.7 FNX and now of 100.7 ZLX joins us to discuss her thrilling journey from being on her knees in a Vegas Bar watching Aaron Boone's home run to sitting in Fenway Park when the Sox won game 6 of the 201 World Series. This is why God invented podcasts, people. Also: why am I always screaming?

    • 40 min
    The Surviving Grady Red Sox Podcast: Talking to People About 2004 with Bill Janovitz

    The Surviving Grady Red Sox Podcast: Talking to People About 2004 with Bill Janovitz

    It's been ten years since the Red Sox rewrote history with a memorable (and still almost impossible to believe) World Series victory. To commemorate the magic (and have another excuse to drink), we'll be looking back on the heartbreak of 2003 and the euphoria of 2004 with some special guests. First up is Bill Janovitz, member of the band Buffalo Tom, author and mainstay of the Hot Stove Cool Music concerts. Enjoy a trip down memory lane that includes Mike O'Malley, Lenny DiNardo and a run-in with Reggie Jackson.

    • 41 min

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