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This is the best Red Sox podcast in the world. Hosts Jared Carrabis, Steve Perrault and Coley Mick are certified G's AND bonafide studs that give you the best unfiltered takes on Boston's boys of Summer. New podcasts drop every week so subscribe now before you get demoted to the podcast minors.

Episode Date
Episode 438: Do or Die
The Red Sox have dropped two games in a row to the Astros in the ALCS and now their season is on the line in Houston on Friday night. Today we talk our instant reactions after being at Fenway for these last three games, how quickly the Astros can put runs on the board, Chris Sale doing more than expected in Game 5, the bats going silent at the worst time, Framber Valdez deserving credit for the biggest start of his life, Sox not having a closer coming back to bite them, Hunter Renfroe consistently coming up short in big spots, Sox giving up a ton of 2-out runs, if the Astros got motivation from E-Rod doing the Carlos Correa watch celebration in Game 3, a dumb shirt a store is selling about Kiké Hernandez, the top Red Sox item we would want from this year's team, a lookahead to Game 6 and potentially Game 7 in Houston and much more. Enjoy!
Oct 22, 2021
Episode 437: Slam Away
The Red Sox hit a couple of grand slams and cruised to a Game 2 win in the ALCS in Houston. Back to Boston we go with the series all tied up 1-1. Today we talk who deserves the most credit for that win, if fans and players could hate Carlos Correa any more than they already do, Luis Garcia faking an injury in Game 2, if the Sox should have pulled Eovaldi earlier to save his arm, Cora managing to win today and worry about tomorrow when we get there, more poor umping in Game 1, how Raffy continues to deal with pain while hitting bombs, the total dominance of Kiké Hernandez and if we expect it to continue, how it's easier to watch Mookie succeed now with the Sox also in the final four, us all wanting to be Jose Iglesias right now, waiting for a big hit from Hunter Renfroe, if we can expect anything significant from Chris Sale the rest of the way, a lookahead to these next three games in Boston and much more. Enjoy!
Oct 18, 2021
Episode 436: ALCS Bound
The Red Sox took down the heavily favored Tampa Bay Rays and are ready to take on the Astros in the ALCS...again. LET'S GO! Today we talk how much the Rays eating popcorn in the dugout and prematurely ordering champagne to Boston pissed off the Sox, why Tampa needs to stop acting like they've ever won anything, the power of the #RallyCups, Jared's lucky new jacket, us being fully behind the new Red Sox theme song, if John Henry knows about the podcast, John Smoltz having an interesting series in the booth, getting the good Eddie in that ALDS clincher, Shane McClanahan disrespecting a chair, the Klark's Ketchup ALDS MVP, Lance McCullers potentially missing the ALCS and how that changes the whole series, a full breakdown of these first two games coming up in Houston and much more. Enjoy!
Oct 14, 2021
Episode 435: Walk-Off Moonman
The Red Sox won an absolutely WILD ALDS Game 3 thanks to a walk-off blast by "The Moonman" Christian Vazquez. What a night! Today we talk everything that went down leading up to that homer, how Nick Pivetta deserves endless credit for his miraculous performance out of the bullpen once again, a quick recap of Game 1 and 2 to set the scene for more Game 3 talk, how the JD shot didn't end the game, the madness of that double that bounced off Renfroe and into the bullpen, how hilarious that Schwarber moment was when he completed an underhand toss to Eovaldi at first, Robles being due for an outing like that, Whitlock acing his first real postseason test, if Vazquez knows about the Rally Cups after tossing Steve a ball, Jared's new jacket having some luck in it, when we expect to see Sale next, Kiké making more history, predictions for Monday's Game 4 and much more. Enjoy!
Oct 11, 2021
Episode 434: Balloons Popped
The Red Sox just ended the Yankees year, again. The Balloons are dead. ENJOY THE OFFSEASON! Today we talk how accurate our bold predictions were for this do-or-die Wild Card game, Yankee fans being left speechless after their team once again did not make the World Series or even come close, Cora being miles better than Aaron Boone, how the Yankees don't scare anyone anymore and haven't for a long time, the idiocy of Aaron Judge bringing a boom box back to Fenway, how much motivation the Sox got by knowing the Yankees chose to face them over other teams in a potential tiebreaker scenario, a full breakdown of that perfect relay play by Kiké and Bogie to gun down Judge at the plate, if Eovaldi got pulled too fast, Gerrit Cole completely folding in another big moment, the laughable radio and TV calls of that Giancarlo Stanton single, a recap of the Barstool Sportsbook livestream of the game, Xander coming up big when they need him most, Steve's #RallyCups efforts at Fenway Park paying off, Verdugo's huge 2-RBI hit summing him up perfectly, a legit debate on who deserves the Klark's Ketchup MVP for this game, a series lookahead to this big ALDS matchup with the Rays and much more! Enjoy and Daaaaaaaaaaa Jankees Lose!
Oct 07, 2021
Episode 433: Postseason Rivalry Renewed
The Red Sox have clinched a postseason spot and will host the Yankees in a Wild Card game on Tuesday at Fenway Park. Can you believe it!? Today we talk how we kinda called this months ago, the stress of everything that went down during Sunday's game, if we're surprised the Blue Jays season is over, the unusual situation of pausing the game for farewell ovations to Nats players while the Sox were mounting a critical comeback, how insane it was that Juan Soto had zero hits the entire series, how much credit Ryan Brasier deserves for the Sox being in this position, some very questionable umpire calls this weekend, how well Alex Cora managed specifically this series with the NL rules in effect, reaction to JD hurting himself tripping over 2nd base while heading to the outfield, having no trust in Ottavino at this point, the importance of #RallyCups this weekend, if we have any issue with champagne celebrations for just getting into the Wild Card game, the Sox needing to put up more runs in the first half of games, a big lookahead to this do or die game coming up against the Yankees and much more. GO SOX!
Oct 04, 2021
Episode 432: Jesus Take The Wheel
The Red Sox just lost a series to the Baltimore Orioles. Not good. Today we talk our latest feelings on this team with just three games remaining in the regular season, every single potential scenario for a AL Wild Card game with or without the Sox involved, how quickly our ceiling for this team has fallen after this last week full of losses, the unique look the Sox had for their road trip to D.C., if we should have given the Mariners more respect all along, Xander deserving less criticism during this recent skid, the animal the Sox should have in their dugout to counter the Yankees rally turtle, our favorite Halloween costumes ever, a lookahead to this Nationals series and much more. Enjoy!
Oct 01, 2021
Episode 431: WTF
Biggest series of the season and the Sox get swept by the Yankees. That sucked. Today we talk our immediate reactions after another 8th inning collapse, which play in the 8th was the most to blame for the loss, Giancarlo Stanton deserving credit for dominating this weekend at Fenway, how weird it was that a bigger deal wasn't made of Christian Vazquez catching the Judge foul tip and then losing the ball in the transfer, why there's still reason to be optimistic this week, our updated expectations for what the Wild Card game will look like, a lookahead to this Orioles series and much more. Enjoy!
Sep 27, 2021
Episode 430: Yellow Streakers
The Red Sox have won 7 games in a row and may not take the City Connect jerseys off ever again. Today we talk how the Sox really do need to keep wearing the yellow jerseys for as long as possible, what they're gonna do with the 2B situation considering Jose Iglesias has been incredible but wouldn't be eligible for the postseason roster, why this Sox streak could very well give them the momentum needed to contend for the AL title, the weirdness of the situation with Kevin Kiermaier taking the Blue Jays pitching card and then getting plunked in the series finale, why there weren't Players Weekend jerseys this year, our biggest takeaways from another sweep of the Mets, who we think the Red Sox would play if they do make it into the Wild Card game, a big debate on who deserves the Klark's Ketchup series MVP, Chaim deserving apologies from a lot of fans for his trade deadline moves, JD having a much better season than it may seem, a lookahead to this huge series with the Yankees and much more. Enjoy!
Sep 23, 2021
Episode 429: Cruise Control
The Red Sox went into cruise control and swept the Orioles. Boom. Today we talk our latest thoughts on the Wild Card race, why that potential game being in Fenway matters for so many reasons, if it would be better to "eliminate" the Yankees this weekend or in a Wild Card game, what age cutoff you can say someone died too soon is, how it's hard to learn much about the Sox in these Orioles series' because they are just THAT bad, Chris Sale's wildly impressive non-home run numbers, how the Sox look and will look once they are past the COVID issues (for now), if the Yankees are already dead, why the Red Sox have a legit chance at competing for a World Series title this year, the potential Sox lineup for a Wild Card game, lookahead to this Mets series, our favorite Norm Macdonald moments and much more. Enjoy!
Sep 20, 2021
Episode 428: Momentum Shifters
The Red Sox found a way to get out of Seattle with a series win for the first time since 2013. That was big. Today we talk that wild series for Kyle Schwarber that may or may not have earned him some ketchup, if the Mariners are actually good, an updated look at the Wild Card standings, the current odds the Red Sox have of winning the World Series, how wild it was to see an ump eject a grounds crew, if Ray Bourque bringing the Stanley Cup back to Boston was motivation for all the Boston sports titles this century, if Tanner Houck will actually get a win this season, a full recap of that 9-game stretch against good teams, revisiting our preseason win predictions and guessing which one of us is gonna nail it, a lookahead to this Orioles series and a big announcement from Steve. All that and much more. Enjoy!
Sep 16, 2021
Episode 427: Wild Card Madness
The Red Sox have lost two series in a row but it's all about Wild Card survival at this point. Today we talk how tight this Wild Card race is and will continue to be, when the Sox will get more players back from the COVID IL, wasted opportunities becoming a consistent theme for this club, Travis Shaw doing his part through all of this, another look at Dalbec's impressive numbers over the last month, where Devers ranks among the best players in baseball, an updated look at the farm, recapping what happened in the baseball world after 9/11, if we'll ever know more background on Hunter Renfroe's COVID comments, live breakdown of that wild Yankees-Mets SNB game, a lookahead to this Mariners series and much more. Enjoy!
Sep 13, 2021
Episode 426: Renfroe Mania
Hunter Renfroe literally won the series finale against the Rays by himself. That was awesome. Today we talk the current state of the Wild Card race, why the Blue Jays are getting scarier by the day, the importance of Hunter Renfroe to this team, most bullpens sucking, analytics getting out of hand, Yankee fans having no clue how to act because their team sucks, several takes on Renfroe's comments saying MLB told the Sox to stop testing players for COVID, who we'd prefer the Sox to start in a Wild Card game, look ahead to this White Sox series and much more. Enjoy!
Sep 10, 2021
Episode 425: Cancel the Sun
The Red Sox lost their series opener with the Rays because of a big ball of fire in the sky. Today we talk the endless reasons of how frustrating that loss was to Tampa, this team being brutal defensively, when they can expect to get reinforcements back from COVID, why this loss was even worse considering they could have jumped the Yankees in the Wild Card standings, how insane it was that Chris Sale was initially charged with 5 earned runs, why players can't bunt anymore, recap the Indians series, look ahead to the last two games of this Rays series and much more. Enjoy!
Sep 07, 2021
Episode 424: Resilient Sox
COVID-19 has taken over the Red Sox clubhouse and they still found a way to split that 4-game series in Tampa. Today we talk the dominance of Garrett Richards the reliever, when to expect Xander Bogaerts back, Chris Sale shutting people up that said he hadn't pitched against any legit teams yet, reliving Mike Mussina losing a perfect game with 2 outs in the 9th to Carl Everett 20 years ago to the day, how wild it was to see Raffy flip out like that, Wander Franco continuing to dominate the Red Sox, how important that go-ahead hit was for Jarren Duran, projecting the best Red Sox pitching situation for a potential Wild Card game, lookahead to this Indians series and much more. Enjoy!
Sep 03, 2021
Episode 423: The Show Goes On
The Red Sox lost Sunday but have won three series in a row. We'll take it. Today we talk Kyle Schwarber needing to catch that ball in the 7th, the Yairo Munoz controversial play in the 8th, why JD needs to stay as a DH, the Sox trying to get through COVID issues, the bullpen almost getting through a series without sucking, Garrett Richards continuing to dominate in relief, where that Jonathan Arauz home run on Friday ranks in most stunning Sox blasts ever, a Wild Card standings update, a lookahead to this huge 4-game series in Tampa and much more. Enjoy!
Aug 30, 2021
Episode 422: Stay the Course
The Red Sox have won their 2nd-straight series. That's good. Today we talk the August dominance of Bobby Dalbec, how to fix the issues with Matty Backpacks, Christian Vazquez needing to be better, why the Sox should move Tanner Houck to the bullpen, Garrett Whitlock continuing to prove his value, criticism of Cora's handling of the bullpen being completely wrong, how much Kyle Schwarber loves getting on base, the importance of what Chris Sale is doing in his return, Adam Ottavino being a bit crazy, how there's no stat that accurately sums up defense, a lookahead to this Indians series and much more. Enjoy!
Aug 27, 2021
Episode 421: Mayor of Walk-Off City (feat. Steve Buckley)
The Red Sox won a series on a walk-off grand slam by the Mayor of Ding Dong City. That was awesome. Today we talk how we feel after that series win over the Rangers, if Matt Barnes can be trusted as the closer anymore after that 9th-inning meltdown, how we feel about Travis Shaw after the walk-off blast, how crazy it would have been if Xander got thrown out in the 10th because he thought Devers hit a walk-off homer, Brock Holt leading the world in career montage video tributes at Fenway, Cora calling the team out after Saturday's embarrassing loss, if the Sox have any chance of catching the Rays, who we trust the most in the bullpen and being fully ready for a Sox-Yankees Wild Card game. We are then joined by our good friend Steve Buckley to talk the current state of this Sox team, his favorite interactions with baseball legends when he was growing up, the madness of Shohei Ohtani and a big promotion for Tuesday night's Oldtime Baseball Game. After the Buck interview we have a series lookahead for Twins-Sox and much more. Enjoy!
Aug 24, 2021
Episode 420: We're Better Than This
The Red Sox got swept by the Yankees in the Bronx. Dammit. Today we talk who deserves the most blame for that sweep, how much we hate 7-inning doubleheaders, where Wednesday's loss stands in worst of the year rankings, why the Sox underperforming absolutely doesn't mean they've quite on the team, if we'll be able to take much from these upcoming games against trash teams, how long fans will keep referencing the deadline when the slumping continues, Yankee fans needing to learn how Old Takes Exposed works, a lookahead to this Rangers series and much more.
Aug 19, 2021
Episode 419: Momentum Shift
The Red Sox had to sweep the Orioles and they did just that. Good. Today we talk where the current vibes of the team are at heading into this series with the Yankees, the enormous difference it makes having an ace in Chris Sale back in the rotation, if fans overreacted to that two-week slump, Bobby Dalbec being better than Anthony Rizzo since the trade deadline, reactions to Kyle Schwarber's debut weekend with the Sox, how concerned we are with the bullpen right now, a breakdown of the Alex Cora argument with E-Rod in the dugout, what the Mayor of Ding Dong City can bring to this team, having a fun time at the game with Section 10 listeners, Eck being better than ever this year on the broadcast, a farewell to Marwin Gonzalez and much more. Enjoy!
Aug 16, 2021
Episode 418: Positive Vibes Only
The Red Sox lost another series, but we're trying to stay positive. Today we recap our first game at Fenway together, if the vibes changed in that blowout Wednesday when Valdez had a brutal 9th inning, this Sox team continuing to lose games they should win, when we will see the good Matty Backpacks again, if the division is out of reach after that series loss to the Rays, what to expect from Chris Sale's return on Saturday, needing the A's to be out of the mix so the AL East teams can all battle for three postseason spots, a Field of Dreams game recap, Hansel Robles being terrible, a look ahead to this Orioles series and much more. Enjoy!
Aug 13, 2021
Episode 417: Rock Bottom
The Sox blew a 7-2 lead on Sunday and, well yea that sucked. Today we talk the current state of this big-time slumping Red Sox team, how much Matt Barnes can be trusted in clutch spots the rest of the way, how impossible it is to have 16 hits and lose, the fans that just blame Chaim for this being in the wrong, Nick Pivetta deserving so much better on Saturday, how glad we are the Sox don't play the Jays the rest of the season, this team needing to fully reset on the off day, if we need to start preparing for a Wild Card game in Boston, what we expect from Chris Sale's return on Saturday, a Kyle Schwarber update, lookahead to this Rays series and much more. Enjoy!
Aug 09, 2021
Episode 416: Chaim Bloom
Today we are once again joined by the Chief Baseball Officer of the Red Sox, Chaim Bloom. With Chaim we talk a full breakdown of his approach at the trade deadline, understanding why fans wanted him to make more moves, how close they actually were to some big deals, the impact the Sox being in first at the time might have had on their "lack" of moves, shooting down the rumor that ownership was pushing him towards trading for Max Scherzer, where they see Kyle Schwarber fitting in best when he comes off the IL, the reaction from the front office when they landed Marcelo Mayer in the draft, auctioning off his draft day apparel and much more. Throughout the rest of the show we talk the current tough times with the Sox, assess how bad a stretch this actually is for this team, project what the rotation is about to look like with Chris Sale and Tanner Houck back, show love to Triston Casas' Olympics performance, look ahead to this 4-game series in Toronto and much more. Enjoy!
Aug 06, 2021
Episode 415: Ride the Wave
The Red Sox have lost 4 games in a row and everyone is losing their damn minds. If you're out o the Sox, stay out. Today we talk everyone needing to calm down thinking this is the beginning of the end for the 2021 Sox, what impact a somewhat quiet trade deadline has had on Sox fans' reactions to that sweep in Tampa, Wander Franco seemingly only dominating against the Red Sox, how rough it is to see Anthony Rizzo have a huge debut weekend with the Yankees, hoping the deadline didn't mess with the vibes in the Sox clubhouse, how great it would be for Sale and Schwarber to debut on the same day (and soon), Chaim never leaking anything, a Tigers series lookahead and much more. Enjoy!
Aug 02, 2021
Episode 414: Deadline Debate
The Red Sox acquired Kyle Schwarber and some bullpen help at the deadline. Was it enough? Today we break down how we feel about Chaim's moves and non-moves at the trade deadline, why the Schwarber addition has somehow gone under the radar, what we think of the current state of the AL East with other teams making moves as well, what we remember most about the Ice Horse's time in Boston, why Chris Sale needs to be back in ace form now when he returns, always needing to remember Chaim is smarter than us, which moves could have made us feel like the Sox are better than the Astros, the importance of every game against the Rays moving forward, Bob Nightengale being the WOAT, a series lookahed for the remainder of this series in Tampa, what the hell the Rays mascot actually is and much more. Enjoy!
Jul 31, 2021
Episode 413: Popping Balloons
The Red Sox were getting no-hit through 7 innings by the Yankees. Then the comeback of the year happened. Today we talk how pathetic the Balloons are, rank where that comeback lands in terms of most important wins since 2018, why Yankee fans need to realize their team just doesn't have it (again) this year, when we knew the Sox were gonna complete the comeback, recap our Live Show from Thursday, Franchy's return to the club, Michael Kay being so wrong about his assessment of Red Sox fans, further expectations on the trade deadline, name our Klark's Ketchup series MVP, preview this series coming up with the Jays and much more. Enjoy!
Jul 26, 2021
Episode 412: Back on Track
The Sox swept the Jays in Buffalo and have some momentum heading into a real 4-game series with the Balloons this time around. Today we talk how those wins can't be understated considering how impressive the Blue Jays offense is, why the Rays just won't go away, the Jays' rotation being garbage, this Sox lineup being anti-slumpable, a shoutout to Alex Cora for 250 wins as Sox manager, if he will eventually end up with the most managerial wins in Red Sox history, mixed reactions on that Garrett Richards start, why we thought a huge trade was about to go down, what to expect from Franchy if and when he gets called back up, a look ahead to this Sox-Yankees series, why the Sox may not need to add a 1B at the deadline and much more. Enjoy!
Jul 22, 2021
Episode 411: The Show Goes On
The Yankees had to cheat to win a series in the Bronx. Today we talk every part of that Alex Verdugo incident with a fan in left field, the weirdness of the JD mic'd up clip on Gerrit Cole getting out there, how much players do or don't see hate towards them on social media, the cheapness of Saturday's loss to Cole, the Yankees getting away with cheating on Sunday, a recap of Jarren Duran's first MLB series, if Brandon Workman is cooked and much more. Enjoy!
Jul 19, 2021
Episode 410: It's Duran Time
The Red Sox have finally made the move we all wanted: Jarren Duran has been called up to the big leagues. LFG! Today we talk what to expect out of the gate with Duran on the Sox, how they'll find playing time for him, Chris Sale beginning his rehab assignment, Chaim Bloom being a great white shark that's out to take down everything in its path, Marcelo Mayer getting used to the media attention of being in the Red Sox organization, Coley's reaction to the Sox picks since he was getting married the day of our last show, a recap of Coley's wedding, what players Chaim will target at the trade deadline, where Tanner Houck will fit in on this roster, still being stunned Gerrit Cole had that "for Pete's sake" flipout and much more. Enjoy!
Jul 16, 2021
Episode 409: Time to Chill
The Red Sox finished the unofficial first half of the season with a series loss to the Phillies, but it doesn't matter because they have the most wins in the American League at the break. Today we talk Jared's reaction to Coley's wedding, a full breakdown of the Red Sox first round draft pick Marcelo Mayer, giving Matt Barnes his praise for locking down the contract extension, memories of the '98 and '99 Home Run Derby, what we expect to be doing in Denver these next few days for the All-Star festivities, why this draft pick of Mayer has zero impact on Xander's future with the Sox, if we were surprised that it didn't seem like they considered drafting Kumar Rocker with the No. 4 pick, why this year's All-Star jerseys don't suck, appreciation for Josh Taylor's incredible scoreless streak, our first half MVPs for this ball club, how the Yankees find new ways to be embarrassing every week and much more. Enjoy!
Jul 12, 2021
Episode 408: Everyone Relax
The Red Sox lost a series in Anaheim and Angels fans are acting like we're their rivals now for some reason. Relax. Today we talk how obnoxious that series was, if Ohtani is still underrated, why Ottavino said "happy birthday, bitch" to Shohei, Angels fans needing to chill the hell out if they can't come close to selling out an Ohtani start, Jared having no time for Felger's antics, if the Red Sox have the highest chance of being the next Boston team to win a title, where Xander's power has gone, a lookahead to this Sox-Phillies series, expectations for who the Red Sox will take with the No. 4 pick in the MLB Draft on Sunday and much more. Enjoy!
Jul 09, 2021
Episode 407: You're an All-Star
The Red Sox essentially swept the A's in Oakland and have the most All-Stars of any team in Major League Baseball this year. LFG. Today we talk if the Sox will actually need another starter added to this rotation by the trade deadline, how many pitchers on the WooSox we would rather have on this team over No. 35, if a dominant return for Sale means the expectations would become World Series or bust, if Kiké can keep up this impressive stretch as the leadoff guy, why you should get to peg one guy each game, how many hot dogs we could eat in a 10-minute span, that ump on Saturday being the worst ump of all time, current thoughts on Darwinzon Hernandez, the importance of the Sox pitchers performing at a high level without the sticky stuff, how much we hate the Coliseum, Matty Backpacks earning the right to be cocky after his first All-Star selection and much more. Enjoy!
Jul 05, 2021
Episode 406: We're Going Streaking
The Red Sox have won 7 games in a row and have the most wins in Major League Baseball. You love to see it! Today we talk if everything is too perfect right now for Red Sox fans, compare this team to some of the best Sox teams this century, how truly miserable the Royals are right now, what the next move is for Garrett Richards, why we haven't heard any expected call-up date for Jarren Duran yet, what we expect Chaim to do at the trade deadline with this team ahead of schedule, loving the Chris Sale news and pressers lately, picking the MVP of that series, admitting we need to drop more shirts, praising Xander and Devers for making All-Star history, some Ted Williams .406 season discussion with this being episode 406, a lookahead to this A's series and much more. Enjoy!
Jul 02, 2021
Episode 405: Balloons Swept Again
Start spreading the news, the Louisiana Balloons STINK. Today we recap yet another series sweep by the Red Sox over the Yankees, how we actually feel about E-Rod right now, FanGraphs finally realizing the Yankees aren't good, how it makes no sense that Aaron Boone is still their manager, the demolition George Steinbrenner would have done with this Balloons team by now, where our current postseason expectations are at with the Sox, the importance of Saturday's start by Nathan Eovaldi, the MVP of the weekend brought to you by a wonderful new sponsor, our favorite parts of the Dustin Pedroia ceremony, a lookahead to this series with the Royals and much more. Enjoy!
Jun 28, 2021
Episode 404: No-No Runs
The Red Sox were almost perfect pitching-wise in the series finale in St. Pete, but sadly you gotta score runs to win. Today we recap that tough series loss to the Rays, the awesome watch party we had at GameOn!, what the hell happened in the 9th inning, if Pivetta was actually upset to get pulled with a no-hitter, Yankee fans being dumbos, our true feelings about E-Rod right now, if Garrett Richards' career is over, lookahead to this Yankees series, expectations for Pedroia Night and much more. Enjoy!
Jun 25, 2021
Episode 403: Rivalry Week
The Red Sox have reclaimed first place in the AL East after losing a series to the Royals. Just like we all expected. Today we talk why the Sox losing that series in KC actually hurts the Yankees, where we rank a walk-off triple play on our best baseball moments that can happen in a game list, if the Red Sox leadoff hitter come October is even on the team right now, whether the Sox will retire Pedroia's number on Friday or not, when we can expect Marwin Goznalez to do anything at the plate, the importance of Christian Arroyo to the success of this club, immediately pausing for us to all buy the greatest jersey ever, No. 35 maybe becoming Just Matt again, why we aren't worried about the Rays calling up Wander Franco for this series starting Tuesday, the importance of the Sox proving they're the best team in the AL East this week and much more. Enjoy!
Jun 21, 2021
Episode 402: Alex Verdugo
ALEX VERDUGO MAKES HIS SECTION 10 DEBUT! In our much-anticipated interview with the face of the Red Sox we talk how much 2020 motivated him and others on the Sox to continue to improve, if he's used to the national spotlight yet, how much of a Red Sox fan he actually was growing up, a breakdown of his first time meeting David Ortiz in Fort Myers, how he continues to be himself and not try to live up to what Mookie Betts is capable of doing, a funny moment before his walk-off hit last Friday, the biggest difference between hitting leadoff and second, what makes Alex Cora so great to play for, if he feels the need to be the spark of this team each day, how he dealt with people calling him immature when he was traded to Boston, a full breakdown of his favorite custom cleats and what kicks he brought with him on this road trip, who he's tightest with on the team, JD always goofing around with him, a hilarious mic'd up moment at Yankee Stadium that didn't make the broadcast, his reaction to VerduGo Red Sox guy and much more! After the Dugie interview we recap that Sox sweep of the Braves, debate what the team should do to fix E-Rod, give Christian Arroyo all the praise, clown Gerrit Cole's comments on sticky stuff and tons more. Packed episode. Enjoy!
Jun 17, 2021
Episode 401: Walk-Off Scoops
The Red Sox found a way to split that series with the Jays with two walk-off wins featuring Big Scoops coming up clutch! Today we talk why that series split was more important than you might think, why Jared is upset about having a wet butt, Aaron Boone's comments on the Yankees not expecting to lose being kind of hilarious, Ryan Weber not being a real Major League player, if Marwin Gonzalez's coolness gives him a pass for his lack of production at the plate, Martin Perez continuing to always be more accountable than anyone we can ever remember on this team, why Matt Barnes giving up that bomb to Vladdy is perfectly fine, the Blue Jays closer never caring about anything, why it's a good thing when the Red Sox give up 9 runs, a Suns update with our boys going to the Western Conference Finals, a schedule lookahead for this Braves series and much more. Enjoy!
Jun 15, 2021
Episode 400: Weirdest Game Ever (feat. Josh Donaldson)
WE MADE IT TO 400 EPISODES! Today we talk every aspect of that wild series finale with the Astros, how the packed Fenway crowd really made a difference in that game, why Brock Holt isn't the guest on this episode, Alex Cora calling out a slick move by Dusty Baker, and mixed feelings on that infield fly call. We then set up an interview with Twins slugger Josh Donaldson during the show to break down his clutch 9th-inning homer off of Aroldis Chapman, his comments on Gerrit Cole's mysteriously diminishing spin rate, how close he was to playing for the Red Sox and much more. In the second half of the show we try to figure out what's wrong with E-Rod, demote Matt Andriese even further down in the nickname rankings, give a much-needed shoutout to Christian Arroyo, continue our discussion on how dumb the red seat is, come up with an amazing name centered around that red seat, express our gratitude with Don Orsillo calling a Sox game on July 3rd, tease a huge guest that we have next week, and take a trip down memory lane breaking down our favorite guests in the history of this podcast. We want to thank each and every one of you for your support over the years. No way we get to 400 episodes without you all! So much more fun stuff coming up soon for this show. Stay tuned
Jun 11, 2021
Episode 399: Yankee Killers
The Red Sox swept the Yankees in Yankee Stadium for the first time in 10 years, you LOVE to see it. Today we talk that hilarious strike three call in the 9th inning that sent the game to extras, how the hell Aaron Boone did literally nothing after such a crucial miss by the ump, why Yankees fans should be ashamed for how boring it is playing "rivalry" games in their stadium now, Devers remembering how to hit a fastball, if this sweep changes our perception of this team moving forward, the Sunday Night Baseball broadcast being noticeably one-sided and miserable last night, Marwin Gonzalez's huge weekend, Josh Taylor deserving all of the praise for this insane stretch he's currently on, Giancarlo Stanton being the most guaranteed strikeout possible in any clutch situation, Cora experimenting with the bullpen for how to best bridge the gap to Matt Barnes, a lookahead to this weird Marlins game and upcoming Astros series and much more. Enjoy!
Jun 07, 2021
Episode 398: Perez Day Forever
Martin Perez just had the best start of anyone in the rotation this season, and you know we love to see that. Today we talk why the Sox should have split that series in Houston, why Raffy is struggling with the fastball, how great the starting pitching was for those last three games, why the struggles of the core of this lineup will never last long, where the hell John Farrell is now, if there was anything to make of that Nick Pivetta-Christian Vazquez discussion in the dugout, why Lou Merloni brought up an interesting thing about Pedro Martinez's playing days on the radio broadcast, the Suns crushing the Lakers in the first round of the playoffs, chants in the States being the worst for the most part, which Sox starter would get the ball in a postseason opener right now, this team having a completely new motto that we just came up with, Brett Gardner's comment about the "rivalry" being a joke, a full lookahead to this series coming up with the Yankees and much more. Enjoy!
Jun 04, 2021
Episode 397: Full Capacity Vibes
Fenway was back to full capacity over the weekend and you simply LOVE to see it. Today we talk the impact the full crowd had on the game on Saturday, recap Steve and Jared's time at Fenway on Friday, when it's time to start worrying about the Rays being good, why Yankees fans need to realize they root for a mediocre ballclub, how dumb it is to say a player is an even better person, FanGraphs needing to change their playoff percentages immediately, Ottavino and Sawamura being fired up on Saturday, if we're actually supporters of Josh Taylor, 17-10 May still being on the table even though the game on Sunday got rained out, a schedule lookahead to this Astros series and how important this week is for the Sox to prove they belong at the top of the American League. That and much more. Enjoy!
May 31, 2021
Episode 396: Wins In The Forecast
The Red Sox and the rain are going to continue to be best friends this week, just hoping the wins keep coming as well. Today we talk Pablo's return to Fenway Park, how we all could have easily have been animals instead, why Bronson Arroyo should have been in Boston for much longer, what to make of Franchy being demoted to Worcester, how David Ortiz can do whatever he wants to at Fenway whenever he so pleases, an updated look at the relievers we trust list, why Garrett Whitlock deserves zero criticism whatsoever, being extremely upset at the weather coming to town this weekend, what our favorite chips are, a schedule lookahead for this Marlins series and much more. Enjoy!
May 27, 2021
Episode 395: Everything Is Fine
The Red Sox won the series in Philadelphia like we said they would, all is well. Today we talk the real reason Sox fans aren't pleased with winning two out of three in Philly, which relievers on this team we currently trust, Josh Taylor quietly having a great month, why no one should worry about E-Rod's recent struggles, a full breakdown of Danny Santana's impressive debut for the Sox, why no-hitters mean absolutely nothing now, if it was the right move to have Alex Verdugo play in Sunday's game, if we were surprised at all by the 474-foot bomb by Franchy, a full Down on the Farm segment on Jarren Duran and Triston Casas and why Don Orsillo is living his absolute best life. That and much more. Enjoy!
May 24, 2021
Episode 394: Never Say Die
The Red Sox were down to their last out until BANG...JD Martinez refused to lose. Today we talk how important wins like that are if you want to be a legitimate contender, why that Jays team and park are an absolute joke, Hyun-Jin Ryu being the most boring starter ever that has a sub-3 career ERA, that Jays closer wanting absolutely nothing to do with closing games, JD proving he has been the MVP of this team and maybe the league, that boy Bobby Dalbec heating up, figuring out what Tony La Russa actually did when he was with the Red Sox, why we don't have any sort of relationship with John Henry, how much this team bangs, a schedule lookahead to this Phillies series, a Live Show update and much more. Enjoy!
May 21, 2021
Episode 393: Gentleman's Sweep
The Red Sox lost the last game of that Angels series, but we have multiple reasons why that shouldn't actually count as a loss. Today we talk the end of Sunday's game being bogus, break down the vibe of Fenway right now as it slowly comes back to normal, the wild way we will prevent Michael Chavis from swinging at high fastballs, the date for our live show at Kowloon, Mike Trout being insanely overrated, if you would rather have Trout or Ohtani on this Sox team right now, how badly they need a camera that shows you if a ball is fair or foul down the right field line at Fenway, time zones being bananas, Yankees Suck chants needing some tweaking, who in this rotation we trust the least right now, Matt Andriese being in danger of losing his nickname, a Jacoby Ellsbury debate and of course the schedule lookahead for this Blue Jays series this week. That and much more. Enjoy!
May 17, 2021
Episode 392: The Right Jacket
Garrett Richards has been dominant since saying he wasn't used to wearing a jacket, and we love to see that. Today we talk why that A's series wasn't as bad as it's being made out to be for the Sox, the core of this lineup being too good to have extended slumps, the Ice Horse bringing some much-needed energy, knowing when Xander is going to go off based on how upset he was in the postgame presser the night before, why Mookie gets more national attention now vs. when he was in Boston, how many actual "JBJ would have had it" moments there have been this season, how awesome Polar Park looks and credit to them for fitting 95,000 people in there, wanting Jarred Duran to be on the Red Sox ASAP, if we expect Garrett Richards to keep up this pace, a lookahead to this series with the Angels and a full reaction to that fan getting clocked in the face at Coors Field. That and much more. Enjoy!
May 14, 2021
Episode 391: Still The Best
The Red Sox just won 3 outta 4 in Baltimore and are STILL the best team in Major League Baseball. Today we talk why Xander Bogaerts is better than Mookie Betts right now, why the Sox obviously lost on purpose on Monday out of respect for how much May 10th Day means to Baltimore, if that Hunter Renfroe blast will be the longest Red Sox homer by the end of the season, if Chaim would ever consider making a deal for Craig Kimbrel, why that weird Xander play Monday shouldn't have been a triple, what the hell to do with Austin Brice and Josh Taylor, a very specific Section 10 shirt request that may or may not include tangerines, a lookahead to this series with the A's and why tonight's start for Eovaldi is a huge one, latest thoughts on if Kumar Rocker will actually end up in Boston, no-hitters losing their sizzle and much more. Enjoy!
May 11, 2021
Episode 390: Deep Breath
The Red Sox almost lost a series to the Detroit Tigers...but they didn't. Today we talk how everyone needs to take a deep breath and ride the wave of the 2021 Red Sox season, why Franchy Cordero is the greatest leadoff hitter in Red Sox history, Danny Santana getting his feet back after having both of them amputated, why Jarren Duran struggling to start the Woo Sox season is a good thing, which hitter at the bottom of the lineup will heat up soon, that loss in the second game of the series feeling worse than normal, the Tigers wanting to get swept so bad in that series, why fielding doesn't matter at all, knowing we're in the wrong if we disagree with Stats, how Xander Bogaerts has literally never done anything to make us upset, why it's ok that Miggy is clearly sticking around to hit some big milestones, how good it is that the games feel like they actually matter again, why the Sox are about to unload on the Orioles, if Albert Pujols is the best player in baseball since his debut in 2001 and we close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
May 07, 2021
Episode 389: Celebrating 17-10
The Red Sox have started 17-10 after we called they would have that exact record in MID-MARCH! Today we talk this incredible accomplishment by the Sox, what we will remember most about 17-10 Night in Texas, how it actually sneaky felt like they won the World Series with all the intensity on Twitter with us and the listeners, the last out being identical to the last out of the 2004 World Series, how funny it would be if Brock Holt had a huge hit in the game on Sunday that definitely hadn't happened yet when we recorded this episode, what the Red Sox should change their name to, exactly how bad Franchy Cordero has been so far, if it will be time to call up Jarren Duran sooner rather than later, a lookahead to the Sox schedule this week and much more. Enjoy!
May 03, 2021
Episode 388: Best Team In Baseball
The Red Sox basically have the best record in baseball and everyone is scared of them now. Today we talk Garrett "The Yellow Jacket" Richards shutting everyone up with that dominant outing in Queens, which Richards stat we were most stunned with on Tuesday, Pete Alonso having no business whining about a quick pitch by Matty Backpacks, Bobby Dalbec getting that first ding dong out of the way, Jacob deGrom continuing to have no success against the Sox, if Josh Beckett is a top 3 Red Sox pitcher we've seen in our lives when at his peak, the bullpen continuing to prove it's legit, how the Sox will need to keep winning games like this throughout the season, laughing at the Yankees again for giving the Sox Garrett Whitlock for free, why Adam Ottavino is no scrub, Josh Taylor and Austin Brice being lacrosse players, what the Sox should do with Franchy Cordero and if it's too soon to call up Jarren Duran, rooting for a Red Sox loss tonight and win tomorrow to hit that 17-10 April record we predicted a month ago, coming up with a nickname for Nick Pivetta and shouting out his postgame clip saying he has the mindset that he's just as good as deGrom, most of Chaim's moves making him look good so far, Marwin not needing to do much at the plate with how dominant he's been in the field and much more. Enjoy!
Apr 29, 2021
Episode 387: Eddie Aces Is Back
Eduardo Rodriguez is back to his peak form and that is HUGE for this Red Sox team. Today we talk the dominance of the Sox when Eddie is on the mound, when it's ok to get worried that they trail to start basically every game, our biggest concerns with this team since the 9-game winning streak, if the AL East sucks or not, why Alex Verdugo might actually be the face of the Sox, Devers mic'd up being pure gold, Christian Arroyo playing through a billion injuries, if we have ever gotten emotional at Fenway, how to correctly pronounce Eovaldi, a lookahead to the remaining schedule this month and how realistic 17-10 actually is right now, some Cheeky Monkey bar shoutouts and much more. Enjoy!
Apr 26, 2021
Episode 386: Don't Forget Your Jacket (feat. VerduGo Red Sox Guy)
Garrett Richards was terrible in the series finale against the Jays and we talk about that a lot. Today we break down how many more of these kind of stinkers Richards can have until a change in the rotation needs to be made, why his postgame comments (slash excuses) on not being ready for the conditions and needing a jacket just aren't gonna fly here, if Sox fans dislike Richards or Josh Taylor more right now, sensing the big Dalbec moment is around the corner, how cool it is to remember the Sox have the 4th pick in the draft and if we think there's any chance Kumar Rocker falls to them with that pick. We then talk with the VerduGo Red Sox sign guy Greg Martens on his wild stories about getting drunk at games in the 70s and sitting with local celebrities, why he became such a big Verdugo fan, a full breakdown of catching his home run and how special that moment was and why this is all a great sign for this specific Red Sox team. We wrap with some more Richards talk and if Patrick Mahomes would ever come on the podcast. That and much more. Enjoy!
Apr 22, 2021
Episode 385: VerduGo Red Sox
The fan that made the VerduGo Red Sox sign and then caught a Verdugo homer is an absolute legend. Today we talk all of our thoughts on viral fans and how this guy is gonna be hard to top by any Red Sox fan this year, if we dropped the ball by not having him on as a guest, whether we still have any concerns about Tunnel Time, who on this roster has been a pleasant surprise, Bobby Dalbec heating up while also being unlucky, how Tony La Russa and the White Sox basically gave up on Monday after Lucas Giolito got destroyed, why the Red Sox are basically undefeated, the Balloons being epically bad and why that likely won't change any time soon, if Garrett Whitlock can maintain this dominance, the key change Matt Barnes has made with his approach this season, Don Orsillo making that Dodgers-Padres series even better and much more. Enjoy!
Apr 20, 2021
Episode 384: We Are Good
The Red Sox just won 9 games in a row. Translation: They are good. Today we talk how stupid that siren was in Minnesota, how important Alex Verdugo will be to this team's success this season, what our updated Red Sox season win totals would be if we could do them over, Adam Ottavino needing to figure it out, why Driese's Pieces thrives in chaos, what we expect the Red Sox rotation to look like by August, if there's any way to sneak Tanner Houck into this rotation in a more full-time role, how ridiculous it is that the Yanks continue to be one of the top odds teams to win the World Series, why they wouldn't be anywhere near as favored if their team name was different and we wrap with a huge bet that has tons of wild implications! That and much more. Enjoy!
Apr 16, 2021
Episode 383: Best Team In Baseball
The Red Sox and JD Martinez are SO HOT RIGHT NOW, folks. Today we talk about how impressive it is that the Sox have started the season 6-0, how smart it was that JD decided to rip the IV's out of his arm in the hospital to get to Camden Yards in order to hit 3 homers in the series finale, whether JD has ever been hotter on the Sox than right now, how laughable that out call was on Franchy Cordero, if Hunter Renfroe has gone missing, a heated debate on the true meaning of a Bingo-Bango-Yahtzee, why Tunnel Time might actually be a bad thing, this Sox roster actually having stars unlike Cora alluded to, and close with one of the craziest murder mysteries in baseball history that you have NO CLUE about. All that and much more. Enjoy!
Apr 12, 2021
Episode 382: Undefeated
The 2021 Red Sox season is underway and they are completely undefeated after sweeping the reigning AL champion Rays! Today we talk how much swagger the Sox had in that opening series, loving the "feeling sexy at the plate" quote from Christian Vazquez, whether we actually like the new extra innings rule or not, how we didn't even notice the rule last year because the team was that bad, having a hard time remembering much of anything from last season at all the more we think about it, how impressive this rotation has been and if they can keep it up, a full breakdown of the Patriots' Day weekend jerseys with Pete Blackburn, some random Don Orsillo love, expectations for E-Rod's season debut and much more. Enjoy!.
Apr 08, 2021
Episode 381: What Was That
The Red Sox just opened up the 2021 season by getting swept by the Baltimore Orioles. Wait, what? Today we talk the bizarre vibe at Fenway for Opening Day, Rafael Devers throwing the ball wherever the hell he pleases, Garrett Whitlock being the real deal, JD Martinez looking to shut up some haters this year, sifting through some eye-opening stats in a bad way after just three games, your 1-word answers for how this season is going out of the gates, one good and bad thing we saw this weekend, how Monday night is technically Opening Day and much more. Enjoy!.
Apr 05, 2021
Episode 380: Go Time
Red Sox Opening Day is HERE! Today we do a lengthy 2021 season predictions episode talking over/under 82.5 wins, which starter will have the most wins on this staff, which Section 10 shirt the people want the most, over/under 38.5 homers this year for Bobby Dalbec, which Sox player will hit the longest home run, and bold predictions. We break down your responses to each of these from our season predictions poll. We also mix in some chatter on Kiké having the 9th-highest selling jersey in MLB, how truly silly the red seat is, why getting the ice cream in the helmet at Fenway has no age limit, and our overall expectations for this 2021 Red Sox club. That and much more. Enjoy!!.
Apr 01, 2021
Episode 379: One Week
We are ONE WEEK AWAY from Opening Day and yes, that has the Section 10 boys very excited. Today we talk where the concern level is with JD Martinez heading into the season, how quickly we'll be able to "throw out" that 2020 campaign, to expect a very high number of strikeouts and ding dongs from this club, predictions for the highest number of Ks against the Sox this year - and why that still won't hurt them, if we're hyping up Bobby Dalbec too much, who we expect to play the majority of games at 2B, how much 17-10 will become the motto of the fan base this April, who we want to be the full-time closer, the Mookie billboard from Dodgers fans being an absolute joke, how pathetic it is that the Yankees still need to shave their dumb faces, answer your phenomenal Down in the DM questions and much more. Enjoy!.
Mar 25, 2021
Episode 378: 2021 Forecast
The 2021 Red Sox season is approaching, so we begin to break down what you can expect from this new-look club. Today we talk why the 2020 season actually didn't happen, what to make of LeBron James now being a part-owner of the Sox, give a full breakdown of what to expect from this rotation including if we think E-Rod will be his old self from 2019, still being frustrated that all these spring games aren't on TV, who we're most excited for in the infield, Michael Chavis continuing to be the odd man out, Aaron Judge actually being fat, which left side of the infield in Red Sox history comes anywhere close to what the team currently has now, and why 17-10 in April simply has to happen. That and much more. Enjoy!.
Mar 19, 2021
Episode 377: Daniel Bard
Today we are joined by former Red Sox reliever and the 2020 NL Comeback Player of the Year Daniel Bard! With Bard (10:50) we talk when he knew he was gonna have a chance at making a big league comeback, the process of returning to the majors after being more than 7 years removed from his last game, why he was a little surprised the D-Backs didn't let him pitch in Arizona since he was coaching for them at the time, how wild it was that he was actually having fun pitching again, how the COVID stoppage almost ended his comeback attempt, the role the Greenville Drive played in helping him during the stoppage, what actually happened between him and Bobby Valentine in terms of the decision to make him a starter in 2012, when he was at his absolute lowest during this process, how hard it was for him to ask for help from fellow teammates and pitchers like Jonathan Papelbon, the importance of mental health for athletes still being overlooked, how he takes pride in helping others who are going through struggles finding the strike zone, who would star as him in a Daniel Bard movie and more! After the Bard talk we give you the exact record the Red Sox need to have in April for them to have a chance at a postseason spot, Bobby Dalbec's pursuit of home run history, and how truly happy Jared is that Steve got his Twitter unsuspended. Enjoy!.
Mar 12, 2021
Episode 376: Thank You Jackie (feat. Zach Bryant)
Jackie Bradley Jr. is heading to Milwaukee on a two-year deal, so we thank him for his time in Boston and recap his eight years with the Sox. We are also joined by the Red Sox newest addition from the Cubs reliever Zach Bryant (26:13) to talk how the trade went down, how much of a Sox fan he was growing up, if he was annoyed at the Kris Bryant jokes that were made when he got dealt, why he looked up to Craig Kimbrel so much, how much weight he trimmed off in college, how he expects his journey to the bigs to go and much more! After the interview we do some home run total predictions for Bobby Dalbec, roast how ESPN has mic'd up the players so far, break down our top spring training takeaways out of the gate and more. Enjoy!
Mar 05, 2021
Episode 375: Doug Mientkiewicz
The man who caught the last out of the 2004 World Series to end the Curse of the Bambino joins us today! With Doug Mientkiewicz we talk about his time on the 2000 Olympic baseball team, Tommy Lasorda stories from that experience, breakdown of his trade from the Twins to the Red Sox including his conversations with Nomar, an awkward exchange with Pedro and the overall weirdness of how everything went down. We then get into what it was like for him and Orlando Cabrera to "replace" Nomar, how much A-Rod cared too much about his image at all times, a closeup reaction from that A-Rod slap play that happened right in front of him in the 2004 ALCS, best behind-the-scenes stories from that insane comeback vs. the Yankees, how he continuously clowned Joe Torre afterwards for pitching to Papi, a lengthy story on what happened with the last out ball from the World Series (that's a juicy one), why he had endless respect for Curt Schilling's playoff performance in 2004 and how that team continued to always have the "Why not us?" mentality all the way through that World Series title run. After the Mientkiewicz interview we talk what that cryptic JBJ tweet actually meant and get y'all ready for the next Section 10 Goslings Roundtable which is March 3 at 8pm ET! All that and much more. Enjoy!.
Feb 25, 2021
Episode 374: Dan Duquette
Former Red Sox GM Dan Duquette makes his much-anticipated Section 10 debut today! With Dan we talk everything that went into him trading for Pedro Martinez again in 1997, the impact Juan Marichal played in getting Pedro to Boston, some behind-the-scenes stories from the 1999 All-Star Game that include the flyover pilots, Ted Williams, Sammy Sosa, Frank Robinson and others, how unique a player Nomar was, Garciaparra's relationship with Teddy Ballgame with an awesome untold story about Ted and Nomar, and we wrap with some in-depth Manny being Manny talk. After the Duquette interview we say our final farewells to Andrew Benintendi, what we actually expect from Franchy Cordero and company, how to handle the scoop game and much more. Enjoy!.
Feb 17, 2021
Episode 373: Chaim Bloom
You wanted him, we got him. Red Sox Chief Baseball Officer Chaim Bloom makes his Section 10 debut today! With Chaim we talk how he feels about the Mookie Betts trade now, if he would have handled it any differently, what his reaction was to the Sox coming up numerous times during the World Series because of the Betts trade, his philosophy on giving out longterm deals, when he knew he was gonna be a GM, who came up with the title "Chief Baseball Officer," his in-depth approach to the draft, a full breakdonw of where he got that red cardigan, why saying the Sox are the "Boston Rays" should be a compliment and not an insult, if they ever made a real attempt at trading for Tyler Glasnow, his reaction to the Astros scandal and how he'll never forget that day, what he wanted most from the manager position before bringing back Alex Cora, his reaction to making a deal with the Yankees, why this team shouldn't be compared to the 2013 Sox, the current goal for this Red Sox team and much more. Enjoy!.
Feb 10, 2021
Episode 372: Dustin Pedroia
Dustin Pedroia joins Section 10 for the first time ever in the same week that he announced his retirement after a phenomenal career with the Boston Red Sox. Today with Pedey we talk when he knew it was time to call it quits, how much trouble he had trying to recover from surgeries, physically not being able to do a one-game sendoff like David Wright did with the Mets, not caring enough to use social media, how much teammates appreciated his intense preparation over the years, a hilarious story from 2013 when Larry Lucchino lost a bet and had to buy Pedroia a brand new car, why he feels bad for Jeff Francis after roasting him during the 2007 World Series, if he thinks he should have his number retired in Boston, who would be on the receiving end of his first pitch on a Pedey Day at Fenway, revisiting the story of David Ortiz not knowing his name was Dustin with an added element where Pedey felt like he always had to do David's home work on pitchers, why the 2007 team doesn't get enough credit, Bobby Valentine actually not being that bad, an injury people didn't know he went through in 2013, how much Boston Strong meant to that team, full breakdowns of the Papi ALCS grand slam and World Series speech, behind the scenes for that brutal last game of the 2011 season, how much his teammates had his back in 2018, riding Brock to go for the cycle in Yankee Stadium, and close with a very touching thank you to all Red Sox fans. After the Pedroia interview we break down his career, why his number needs to be retired, and why we will never see anyone like him again on the Red Sox. Enjoy!.
Feb 04, 2021
Episode 371: Alex Cora
Alex Cora is BACK on Section 10! Today with #MyManager we discuss his year off after the suspension, how he was ready to go back to TV before the Red Sox opportunity came up again, when he knew he had this job locked up, whether it made it easier seeing AJ Hinch get hired first, tough conversations with his family and people in Puerto Rico during the suspension, how much we meant to him during the whole process, Chaim deserving more credit for the team he has assembled for this upcoming season, the semi awkwardness of the intro presser, preparation for another Big Papi Bridge photo shoot if the Sox win the World Series, JD looking ready for a comeback season, Mookie being all Hollywood now since his trade to the Dodgers, some of the toughest times during the 2019 season, his connection with Verdugo and how good he thinks he can continue to be, everyone needing to embrace their specific role this season, importance of having a guy like Kiké Hernandez on this team, expectation of getting booed when fans are back in the stadiums, if Dustin Pedroia will remain on the roster, and his favorite Manny Ramirez story. Outside of the Cora interview we discuss why old losers need to lose their Baseball Hall of Fame votes, what to expect from Kiké Hernandez, Garrett Richards and Adam Ottavino, if this current Sox team can actually compete this season and much more. Enjoy!.
Jan 27, 2021
Episode 370: #PerezDay Is Back
The Sox might not be making a lot of moves right now, but at least we have our guy Martin Perez back in the BUILDING! Today we talk how pumped we are to have Martin back, which other starters the Sox need to add immediately, the top celebrities that potentially listen to the pod after hearing Stephen King is a loyal listener, how obnoxious reporters have been after a misleading tweet that Benny was gonna be dealt by last weekend, how much luck actually factored into the 2013 Sox title, which dumb teams Chaim can take advantage of through trades, what to realistically expect from Chris Sale this season and much more. Enjoy!.
Jan 21, 2021
Episode 369: Benny on the Block
Andrew Benintendi will likely be traded soon and we surely have a ton of thoughts on that. Today we talk how we'll remember Benny Buttcheeks' time in Boston, if it's the right move to deal him right now, where he ranks among 2018 Sox players that we're sad to see go, recapping his top moments with the team, how wild it is that Gerrit Cole has never won a Cy Young, if Eduardo Nunez is the only baseball player who has ever flopped, when the hell we can expect Brock Holt to give a speech for his 2020 Section 10 Guest of the Year award, why Corey Kluber could very realistically end up in Boston, how difficult it is to judge this Sox roster when there are constant reports that several moves are on the horizon for this team, a sad farewell to the Pride of Pawtucket Rusney Castillo and much more. Enjoy!.
Jan 14, 2021
Episode 368: Interest Kings
The Red Sox are interested in literally every free agent, but they don't want to sign any of them. That's where we're at. Today we talk how excited we'd actually be if the Sox signed any of the guys they're "interested" in, Bill Mueller being the most underrated Red Sox player of our lives, whether or not we'd want Yasiel Puig in Boston, debate who is the second-most energetic player on this team after Verdugo, if we want Rick Porcello to make a return, why Tanner Houck might not have a starting rotation spot locked up yet even though he just won a Section 10 Award, how we'll be at Fenway this year regardless of if it's legal or not, Coley being scared of dying falling off the Green Monster and much more. Enjoy!.
Jan 07, 2021
Episode 367: 2020 Award Show
The 3rd Annual Section 10 Award Show is HERE! Today we hand out the following awards after votes from you the listeners: Favorite New Section 10 Nickname, Most Underwhelming Performance, Most Surprising Performance In A Good Way, Best New Section 10 Merch, Best At Hit, MVP, and Guest of the Year! A jam-packed episode with lots of hardware to give out. Thank you all for listening and following along with the podcast this year during a very difficult 2020 for all of us. Lots more interviews and greatness to come in 2021!
Dec 31, 2020
Episode 366: Sox Wish List
It's the holiday season and our wish list for the Red Sox is LONG. Today we talk our wish lists for this Boston Red Sox baseball team, which age is the best to be on Christmas, break down that baseball Twitter championship between Jared and Trevor Bauer, give Nike a call for why the hell they sell an Andrew Benintendi jersey over a Xander Bogaerts jersey on their website, debate which player is the face of the Sox, destroy that Boston Globe article on why the Sox should get rid of Fenway Park because the Indians are changing their name and much more. Enjoy!.
Dec 23, 2020
Episode 365: Talent Hunter
The Red Sox have finally made an offseason move and we got some more pop coming to Boston. Today we are joined by the hosts of the Gone Bridge podcast to talk their first experiences at Fenway, how the hell they knew what Nomar vs. Jeter was like when they weren't even born yet, if Negro Leagues stats counting will change some of the top MLB records, how to get big-name guests to join your podcast, JBJ very clearly not coming back to Boston, why rival execs think the Hunter Renfroe signing is "just the beginning" for Chaim's offseason moves, how wild it was that the Sox paid $51M just for the rights to Dice-K and much more. Enjoy!.
Dec 18, 2020
Episode 364: Manny Being Manny
Some dude in a Sox hat didn't realize who Manny Ramirez was...and yea that's not gonna fly with us. Today we break down that viral Manny video and any possible reason why someone in a Red Sox hat wouldn't recognize Manny, why it's ok as Sox fans to have loved the overspending Dave Dombrowski did after the team won it all - even if that makes us look dumb now, how we had no clue money played an enormous role in why players stayed or left the Sox when we were kids, answer your phenomenal Down in the DM questions and much more. Enjoy!.
Dec 11, 2020
Episode 363: Make Some Moves
The MLB offseason continues to roll on and we continue to wait for the Sox to make some kind of moves....literally any. Today we talk if the Red Sox will actually sign Corey Kluber and where our excitement level would be if that happens, what it would take for Chaim to land Blake Snell from Tampa, debate over which Sox reporter gets the most scoops, how wild it would be to take a shit during a PED pee test while the guy they hired to watch you pee is standing right there, whether Benny will suck again next year and we have Kayce Smith on to tell us when Benny Boomsauced her after a sideline question, the last time the Sox had an unreliable fielder in center being ages ago, Christian Koss being ready to have his number retired in Boston after coming over from Colorado, Plewecki deserving way more credit for being the batting champ runner-up last season, Bill James posting one of the dumbest tweets of all time, a full breakdown of that Xander Bogaerts 'L' tweet of a girl's ass from years ago, a farewell to Matt Hall and Ryan Weber and much more. Enjoy!.
Dec 04, 2020
Episode 362: Friendsgiving
Thanksgiving is here so we decided to have our first-ever Friendsgiving episode! Today we are joined by Brock Holt, Pat Light, John Feitelberg, Pete Blackburn, Chris Cotillo and Eric Hubbs to break down a whole variety of topics. Main discussion points today include Brock "loving" that the 2020 season wasn't cancelled, breakdowns of each of our Little League careers, Pat dominating everyone basically up through the minors, how to get scoops as a reporter, some behind-the-scenes stories on Rick Porcello from Feits and much more. Enjoy!.
Nov 25, 2020
Episode 361: Best and Worst Sox Signings
Today we break down the best and worst free agent signings the Red Sox have made in our lifetimes, why there haven't been many rumors of who could be coming to Boston this offseason, Chaim Bloom potentially having some tricks up his sleeve to fix this rotation, the Cubs' current situation and how they could help the Red Sox with Theo gone, what the Suns landing CP3 means for the future of that incredible franchise and much more. Enjoy!.
Nov 19, 2020
Episode 360: Free Agent Forecast
Awards season is over and now the offseason has officially begun. Today we talk which free agents we most want the Red Sox to pursue, potential concerns the Sox could have in going after Marcell Ozuna, if Francisco Lindor will actually end up with the Yankees, a hilarious signing the Red Sox could make just to be trolls, E-Rod picking a new path to his return to the field, a full recap of Alex Cora's intro presser and how we would have changed it if we were asking the questions, a shoutout to the Ice Horse for getting engaged and much more. Enjoy!.
Nov 14, 2020
Episode 359: Cora Is BACK
ALEX CORA IS BACK AS THE MANAGER OF THE RED SOX (as we told you all along). Today we talk the journey we took to get back to having Alex Cora as the Sox manager, whether or not this was a news dump by the Red Sox officially announcing the move at 5pm ET on the dot while a presidential election is going on, how long it's been since we've had any sort of good news as Sox fans, why Yankee fans are peeing their pants right now, which free agents are more likely to come to Boston with Cora back as the manager, what to expect with the Red Sox and Dustin Pedroia potentially respectfully parting ways soon, shutting people up that say they won't root for the Sox with Cora back in town and much more. Enjoy!.
Nov 07, 2020
Episode 358: The Waiting Game
The Red Sox are waiting out all these other MLB teams so they can officially name Alex Cora their new manager. Today we talk why it's ok to be sad and not upset that Mookie already won a World Series with the Dodgers, a heated debate on Mookie's career postseason performance or lack thereof, the Red Sox not giving any parting thank you to the Pride of Pawtucket Rusney Castillo, how funny it is that JBJ made it brutally clear he wasn't coming back to this team, why A.J. Hinch potentially getting the Tigers' manager job is a huge deal towards the Sox landing Cora, what MLB team is the most cursed now that the Dodgers are off that list, where the hell that heckling Devil Rays fan is now and much more. Enjoy!.
Oct 30, 2020
Episode 357: Mookie Madness
Mookie Betts had a ridiculous start to the 2020 World Series and the world decided to make it all about going after Red Sox fans. Today we talk whether Mookie was ever going to stay in Boston to begin with, why we need to just live with this deal even though we'll be talking about it for the rest of our lives, how the Sox can make up for Mookie's production in the outfield with possible additions for 2021, the Sox doing exactly what we expected in their managerial search that should end with Alex Cora making his return to Boston and much more. Enjoy!.
Oct 22, 2020
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!
Oct 16, 2020
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!.
Oct 08, 2020
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!.
Oct 01, 2020
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.
Sep 24, 2020
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!.
Sep 22, 2020
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!.
Sep 17, 2020
Episode 350: Be Down For The Cause
The Red Sox need to be losing more right now, it's as simple as that. Today we talk about why our push for this team to tank is no laughing matter, what the hell happened this weekend in Tampa, how it took this long for Domingo Tapia to get to the bigs considering he throws an easy 100 MPH, the madness that was NESN interviewing Jenny Johnson from Dining Playbook while Bobby Dalbec was hitting a historic home run, the Sox offense deserving a pass for having fun in the dugout considering this year's mess is not mainly on them and we close with a 'Down for the Cause' segment determining who on this team is supporting the tank. That and much more. Enjoy!.
Sep 14, 2020
Episode 349: Throbby D
We have come up with a nickname for Bobby Dalbec and need your thoughts on it immediately. Today we talk why Throbby D needs to relax with all these home runs, Jose Peraza getting optioned and why we should all be upset they didn't just re-sign Brock in the offseason, Yankees fans actually being in a much less desirable position than Red Sox fans right now, throw it back to our first ever experiences at Fenway Park to determine if we're old or not, praise Dennis Eckersley for being amazing calling games once again this year, which Sox player in their prime we would want to watch dominate for the rest of our lives, Fenway being way better than the other parks we visited when we were kids, what Benny can take away from his abysmal year, break down the rest of the Sox schedule this season and much more. Enjoy!.
Sep 10, 2020
Episode 348: The Race to Worst
We are ready for this 3-week race to last place in Major League Baseball for the Boston Red Sox. Today we talk what it's gonna take for the Sox to lock up the No. 1 overall pick in the MLB Draft, we call up Jeff Passan for his thoughts on who we should prefer to draft between Kumar Rocker and Jack Leiter, discuss how funny it is that this Sox team keeps throwing out guys we've never heard of before, debut a "That's Tough" segment to break down how terribly things have been going for the New York Yankees recently, how we're all-in on Yairo Munoz, answer your Down in the DM questions and much more. Enjoy!.
Sep 07, 2020
Episode 347: Didn't Blow It Up
The Red Sox didn't blow it up at the trade deadline, so now what? Today we talk what Chaim's plan could be moving forward as they have (for now) kept the stars on this club, how this is easily the worst Sox team of our lives, why the Red Sox Twitter account posting "Iykyk" in regards to the luxury tax reset was one of the dumbest things they could have done, how we'll all miss Kevin Pillar playing for this team, how tough a year it's been for the NESN Red Sox game promo guy, and why JBJ is absolutely gone once he hits free agency. That and much more. Enjoy!.
Sep 03, 2020
Episode 346: Thank You Mitchy
Mitch Moreland has been dealt to San Diego and we are for sure sad. Today we thank the Section 10 alum for everything he meant to this team and this city, predict who else we think the Sox could be dealing away by Monday's trade deadline, recap a big moment for Brock Holt in front of a sold-out Fenway Park this weekend, why Bobby Dalbec's MLB debut was exactly what he and the team needed, dive deeper into the return the Sox got for Moreland and close with your phenomenal voicemails. Enjoy!.
Aug 31, 2020
Episode 345: Boycott Discussion
Today we talk what to make of JBJ constantly needing to answer for stories surrounding police brutality and social injustice, why it's ok for teams to not know how to handle these situations when they have never boycotted games before, a full breakdown of Brock Holt's audition tape to be the 4th host of the podcast, Gerrit Cole and the Yankees sucking and much more..
Aug 27, 2020
Episode 344: Chaim's Dealin'
The Red Sox are the first team in baseball to 20 losses so yes, it's time to start making some trades. Today we talk how we'll remember Brandon Workman and Heath Hembree's time in Boston, how wild it is that we basically never heard Workman talk the whole time he was here, who else could be on the move with the trade deadline only a week away, why people should be excited for a Brock Holt return...and we don't mean to the Red Sox, #PerezDay being the best part of this season by a lot, how Jared is gonna collect a bobblehead of every guest in Section 10 history and much more. Enjoy!.
Aug 24, 2020
Episode 343: Deadline Debate
The MLB Trade Deadline is sneaking up on us and Chaim Bloom says he expects the Sox to be active, uh oh. Today we discuss who we expect could be on the move and which players leaving town would hurt us the most, compare why this team feels different from other rough Sox seasons, why Alex Verdugo seems to be the only guy on the team making the most of this year, if the Sox are realistically in the hunt for Mike Clevinger and Zach Plesac, why there's no chance we don't make it to the luxury tax deadline at this point, Ron Roenicke deserving some credit for taking a beating this season to bridge the gap to what we hope to be an Alex Cora return and much more. Enjoy!.
Aug 20, 2020
Episode 342: Embrace The Tank
The tank couldn't be more on for the Red Sox after losing SEVEN games in a row. Today we talk how unwatchable this Red Sox team is compared to some of the worst clubs in team history, why the rivalry with the Yankees needs to stop being called a rivalry right now, Perez Day being the only thing we actually look forward to, that side-by-side ESPN did with Mike Ford and Babe Ruth being one of the most preposterous moves in television history, a new game called "Roenicke or Malarkey" where you need to guess if Ron Roenicke said the quote or if it's made-up, Eovaldi actually performing terribly since the World Series, that team meeting being completely pointless now, and why this is it for JBJ in Boston. That and much more. Enjoy!
Aug 17, 2020
Episode 341: This Sucks
Watching this Red Sox team is painful. Today we talk why the tank is fully on at this point, Brian Johnson getting completely screwed over, Martin Perez being the people's starter, who the hell this Kyle Hart guy is, Jonathan Arauz having a pretty awesome background and week for the Sox, when Devers will turn this extended slump around, if we really think Cora will be back managing this team next year and much more. Enjoy!.
Aug 13, 2020
Episode 340: Signs Of Life
The Red Sox have won three of their last four games and are finally starting to show us some signs of life. Today we recap that series win over the Jays, which pita-related sponsor we can have for Tied In The 8th, what's wrong with JD and why he's definitely NOT checked out, Red Sox Twitter needing to upload the ding dongs significantly quicker, Martin Perez deserving more praise, why the Yankees kinda suck, a full SOGO segment praising the only undefeated team in the bubble, why it's easy to think this Sox team could make the playoffs, the impact Alex Verdugo can bring to this club right now and we close with your phenomenal voicemails. Enjoy!.
Aug 10, 2020
Episode 339: Slump Buster
The Sox needed a win and they got one so for right now we can be happy. Today we talk if this team actually has a shot at a playoff spot, why you shouldn't give up on Martin "The Golden Rule" Perez, if JD Martinez is checked out, Alex Verdugo proving he can clobber lefties, what the hell is wrong with Andrew Benintendi, why they need to destroy Tropicana Field, Devin Booker keeping SOGO alive in Orlando, which Sox player most needs the Mario star right now and we close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!.
Aug 06, 2020
Episode 338: Worst Pitchers Ever
The Red Sox have the worst collection of pitchers maybe in the history of the universe. Today we talk why Matt Vasgersian needs to calm the hell down with the Aaron Judge home run calls, how Red Sox fans just have to embrace the suck of this team, the importance of remembering the good times with Mookie in Boston, an early look at what possible moves the Sox could make at the trade deadline, why August 31st continues to be the most important day of the year, E-Rod's situation and disagreeing on whether they should extend him or not, Alex Cora absolutely needing to come back to manage this team next year, why it's just a matter of time until the Sox wheel Pedroia out there and we close with your phenomenal voicemails. Enjoy!.
Aug 04, 2020
Episode 337: Vazquez Is The Moonman
Christian Vazquez is officially The Moonman. This guy is saving the Red Sox season one moonblast at a time and is very clearly the AL MVP right now. Today we talk about that 4-game Sox-Mets series and what we currently think of this team after the road team lost every game, this lineup potentially being pissed off that people were already down on the club so early in the season, why Ostrich and Hall Pass just need a little time to settle in, The Godfather being fully ready to dominate in the Bronx this weekend, a full breakdown of the Joe Kelly-Astros situation and why it's preposterous that he got an 8-game suspension, why more people should be talking about E-Rod's potential return, what trades the Sox could be looking to make in a deadline that will sneak up on some folks, and close with your phenomenal voicemails. Enjoy!.
Jul 31, 2020
Episode 336: Hell of a Start
The 2020 Red Sox season has officially begun and they lost a series to the Orioles...not great. Today we talk where things went wrong this weekend, Martin Perez and Dylan Covey being expectedly awful, what happened with Eovaldi having two different jersey numbers during his impressive Opening Day start, why we can all be cautiously optimistic about Alex Verdugo's potential on this club, what the hell has been up with these lineups, Jose Iglesias being too good to be as available as he's been recently, what it would be like if Clay Buchholz returned to the Sox rotation, why sitting Xander Bogaerts to start the 2nd game of this short season is insanely moronic, hoping E-Rod makes a full recovery soon, the obvious reason why Roenicke doesn't want to use his challenges, the weird vibe on Lansdowne Street and we close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!.
Jul 27, 2020
Episode 335: Mookie's Gone For Good
Mookie Betts is not coming back to Boston, and that sucks. Today we talk why Mookie was always just trying to get what he deserved, him having the perfect situation to commit to in LA, why the "Mookie never wanted to be in Boston" people SUCK, if JD Martinez will stay here after this abbreviated season is over, a random debate on whether Adrian Gonzalez was actually good with the Sox in 2011, reaction to the only Red Sox exhibition and why the broadcast was surprisingly normal under irregular circumstances, and we wrap with our season predictions with Opening Day on Friday. Enjoy!.
Jul 23, 2020
Episode 334: One More Week
We are ONE WEEK away from Red Sox baseball. Today we talk why we have mixed feelings heading into this new abbreviated season, how great this Sox offense can be, why fake crowd noise is necessary but has been handled incorrectly, Mookie clearly not being welcome in LA, catcher cam at Fenway needing some tweaks, the 2021 schedule providing some blah road trips for Section 10 folks, bold predictions for this season and we wrap with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!.
Jul 16, 2020
Episode 333: Pablo Is Still Fat
We obviously open today's show discussing the reaction to a reaction over calling former Red Sox player Pablo Sandoval fat when he is in fact.....fat. We also discuss the Sox schedule for this season, why we hate and also have no problem with them playing 7 games at Yankee Stadium, what to make of Mookie saying he doesn't regret the $300M offer from the Sox, reiterate how Chaim Bloom clearly knew the pandemic was coming, pick a grievance we want to file and hope the four Red Sox players that have the coronavirus make a quick recovery. That and much more. Enjoy!.
Jul 08, 2020
Episode 332: Aron Baynes
SOGO IS BACK! Before we are joined by Suns big man Aron Baynes, we talk being excited that the Sox are back at Fenway today, potential slogans for this team, a "Have you ever heard of this guy before?" game, a shoutout to the Disabled List, not loving the "summer camp" tag that's on these Sox workouts and much more. Then with our interview with Baynes we discuss how he couldn't be more ready for the NBA season to resume in Orlando, how to best keep up a beard, how much fun it is playing with the young core in Phoenix, his favorite times he had while in Boston on the C's, how he got into basketball growing up in Australia, his takeaway from Tommy Heinsohn's 'He looks like all of Australia' in the shower line, top reactions to the 'Last Dance' documentary, biggest takeaways from winning a NBA title with the Spurs a year after losing in heartbreaking fashion to the Heat, how the Suns could beat the 10,000-1 odds and make the playoffs and more! Enjoy..
Jul 01, 2020
Episode 331: Baseball Is BACK
Red Sox baseball is back...FINALLY. Today we talk when we'll actually be fully excited about the return of baseball, what the hell Mookie Betts is gonna do with this bizarre situation he now faces, what to expect from a trade deadline that's a month into the season, the universal DH being the best part about this abbreviated season, the top tweak each of us would make with these 60 games, a breakdown of the Red Sox potential schedule, what the vibe is gonna be like around Fenway on game days, the possibility of fans actually watching games inside Fenway this year, how important it was for the Sox to sign Blaze Jordan and we close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!.
Jun 25, 2020
Episode 330: Peanut Guy
Today we are joined by our favorite Fenway Park peanut guy and vendor Sean Kelly. With Sean we talk how to survive the blazing hot games, how often vendors get a girl's number while working, how they know who is gonna be selling what before each game, who the GOAT peanut guy is in Fenway Park history, how people get drilled by peanuts every single game, the top celebrities he's seen at the park while working, he grades our 'PEANUTS!' calls and then leaves us with an awesome behind-the-scenes story from the David Ortiz 'This is our fucking city' game. Outside of the interview we talk the latest updates on how baseball was so close to being back and now back to not being close to being back and wrap with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!.
Jun 21, 2020
Episode 329: Keith Foulke
Today we are joined by the man that made the final out to end the Red Sox 86-year World Series title drought: Keith Foulke. Before the Foulke interview we discuss the reports that the Yankees had a 'more serious sign-stealing scheme' in 2017 and potentially before that as well, why Yankee fans need to stop acting like their team is innocent, if Rob Manfred will take away the Yankees 2017 World Series banner and more. Then in our Keith Foulke interview we talk his dominant run in the 2004 ALCS, what that vibe was like heading into Game 7 and what the celebration was like in the Bronx after ending the Yankees' season, why he thinks he deserved at least co-MVP in the World Series that year, a full recap of him recording the final out of that series, why he almost didn't go to that much-anticipated parade, a funny story involving his World Series ring, recap of the classic 'Johnny from Burger King' quote, how much he was affected by injuries in the following years, his biggest regret in 2005, what it was like playing in the alumni game in 2018 and much more! After the interview we thank Coley for drafting Blaze Jordan and discuss how important it was for the Red Sox to release their statement confirming Torii Hunter's claims of racism at Fenway Park..
Jun 14, 2020
Episode 328: Time to Listen
Today we talk about everything that is going on in our country right now and how we can make a difference and strive for equality moving forward. We also discuss a new proposal for a possible baseball season that a lot of people would love. Join us for a much-needed discussion on the current issues of racism in our nation and in the baseball world. .
Jun 05, 2020
Episode 327: Mike Brenly
Today we are joined by Red Sox bullpen catcher Mike Brenly! With Mike we talk his background and going from the Portland Sea Dogs to his current position with the Sox, how much Dana LeVangie and Jason Varitek have helped him over the last five years, recapping what it was like to be around his dad Bob Brenly as he managed the D-Backs to a World Series title over the Yankees in 2001, a full breakdown of the 2018 season including what it was like warming up Eovaldi and Sale before their huge outings in LA, how much he got mixed up with Robby Ross Jr. by the fans when The Lawnmower was in Boston, what went into him dropping two home run balls in the bullpen in consecutive nights, how he supports the idea of the bullpens just fighting out there when a brawl is happening near the mound, what they have done over the years to pass the time in the bullpen and much more! Outside of the Brenly interview we discuss when the hell we can expect baseball back with all this madness going on right now including a sound bite from Jeff Passan during the Section 10 Roundtable detailing a specific date for MLB's return. That and much more, enjoy!.
May 28, 2020
Episode 326: Michael Chavis
Today we are joined by the one and only Ice Horse! With Red Sox infielder and mega-bomb hitter Michael Chavis we talk what his quarantine day-to-day is currently like in Fort Myers, whether he plays as himself in The Show, his reaction to the Ice Horse nickname and how much it meant to his feeling of inclusion in the bigs, which hitter he idolized growing up, why he's such a friendly guy to the general public, how he played against Jaylen Brown when he was in high school, why JD Martinez is way more than just a teacher when it comes to hitting, how much it meant to learn from Dustin Pedroia and we close with Chavis saying he'll auction off his Ice Horse cleats for charity! All that and much more. Enjoy!.
May 20, 2020
Episode 325: Johnny Damon
Today we are joined by 2004 World Series champ Johnny Damon! In our interview with Johnny we talk how he's now running the house with a huge family in Florida, everything he remembers from his amazing Game 7 performance in the 2004 ALCS, how there was nowhere he could go in Boston without getting swarmed by fans, feeling like he should have been invited to Disney World after they won it all in '04, still being upset with how things ended in Boston and how he has been treated by some Red Sox fans since he signed with the Yankees, how odd it was that Sox ownership quickly broke up that 2004 team, the full experience of returning to Fenway Park as a member of the Yankees, a full breakdown of Manny cutting off his cutoff throw and how he almost didn't even end up with the Red Sox in the first place. That and much more in a packed episode. Enjoy!.
May 15, 2020
Section 10 Roundtable: Brock Holt
On the most recent Section 10 Roundtable (every Wednesday at 9pm ET on Twitter/Periscope presented by Goslings Rum) we were joined by our good friend Brock Holt. This is the entire Brock interview including talk on how he is disguised as Jim Buchanan, what the transition to the Brewers has been like, how he was ready to just show up to Fort Myers and play for the Sox, how difficult his upcoming pursuit of Barry Bonds' single-season home run record will be and we wrap with Griff showing off his knowledge of dinosaurs. This was a great one, enjoy!.
May 11, 2020
Episode 324: All-Time Red Sox Draft
Today we are joined by our old friend Pete Blackburn as we all take part in an all-time Red Sox fantasy draft. Literally every Red Sox player ever is available to be selected. Who took Ted Williams? Who took Nomah? Tune in to debate who has the best overall team!.
May 07, 2020
Episode 323: Lou Merloni
We finally got legendary Red Sox second baseman Lou Merloni to join the show! Today we talk with Lou about the memorable 1999 season for the Sox and Pedro Martinez, how he grew a close friendship with Nomar Garciaparra and some of his favorite Nomar stories, what the rougher days were like being on the Sox in the 90s, figuring out the one guy he hit two homers off of in his entire career, a full breakdown of why the results of the Red Sox investigation are still bogus, recap of the vibe in the dugout during Game 7 of the 2003 ALCS against the Yankees and what happened in the clubhouse after the disappointing loss, his transition into being a media personality and when he knew he could hold his own in that field, the percentage chance that Alex Cora returns as the Red Sox manager, if he has recovered yet from losing to Steve and Guerin in that WEEI bracket and much more! After the interview we discuss why we're all about the specifics of the latest MLB proposal to have baseball back this year and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!.
Apr 29, 2020
Episode 322: Cora 2021 (feat. Daniel Nava)
The Red Sox investigation results have been announced and Alex Cora is INNOCENT! Today we talk why the 2018 World Series title has been proven to be as clean as possible, the odds that Cora will return as the Sox manager in 2021, recap a phenomenal Section 10 Roundtable Part II and give further results from the Sox investigation to prove they didn't do a damn thing. We then have an interview with 2013 World Series champion Daniel Nava! With Nava we discuss his grand slam on the first pitch he ever saw in the majors, his first "welcome to the big leagues" moment, how terribly awful that 2012 team was, his favorite moment from that magical 2013 season, the impact the marathon tragedy had on the club, his full breakdown of the clutch homer he hit in Sox first game back since the bombing, what it was like playing in the World Series and being near that Papi speech in the dugout in St. Louis and what it meant to win it all at Fenway for the first time in 95 years. Enjoy!.
Apr 23, 2020
Episode 321: Billie Weiss
Today we are joined by the team photographer of the Boston Red Sox Billie Weiss to talk about how he got to where he is today after starting as an intern for the Sox in 2012, what it was like being around that 2013 title team and how they were easily the closest bunch he has seen in Boston, the approach to the Marathon attack and how he ended up at the finish line after the bombings, how he feels similar pressure that the players feel when heading into a big game, his favorite moments being around Big Papi for five seasons, his best approach when there are dozens of photographers around him trying to get the best shot, how the Win Wall in Alex Cora's office came to be in 2018, his vantage point for the Joe Kelly-Yankees brawl and how to best approach a brawl as a photographer and much more! Outside of the interview we talk Steve Pearce's retirement and how he should be remembered by Red Sox fans, why Dodgers fans feel like they are so attached to Mookie when he likely won't play a single game for their team and we give a HUGE shoutout to the listeners that checked out our first Round Table chat with Dark n Stormy's by Goslings! Those will be going down every Wednesday at 9pm ET so get involved and enjoy the show!.
Apr 16, 2020
Episode 320: Brian Johnson
We are joined by Red Sox starter and former part-time Section 10 producer Brian Johnson this week! With BJ we talk his call-up to the bigs story and how the whole team embraced him from the jump, how truly terrible that 2015 Sox team was, the biggest difference between John Farrell and Alex Cora, when he knew that 2018 team was going to be special, top difference between the World Series team and last year's club, a full breakdown of the latest Sox-Yankees brawl, recap of his shutout in 2017 in his Fenway debut, parade talk and how the end of that day got very blurry, reaction to the news of Alex Cora's firing and we wrap with a WILD story of how he was carjacked with a gun pointed at his face in 2014. After the interview we explain why that proposal to play a season of games in Arizona has basically no chance of happening and reveal an important member of Red Sox Nation that had absolutely no clue what rock-paper-scissors was. That and much more. Enjoy!.
Apr 10, 2020
Episode 319: Casey Kelly
Today we are joined by former Red Sox 1st-round pick Casey Kelly. This guy's story is awesome and it's an interview you won't want to miss. With Casey we talk what it was like to be taken by the Sox in 2008, his progression in the farm system over the following years, a full breakdown of how the trade went down that sent him to San Diego for Adrian Gonzalez, what it's like playing in Korea now and the biggest difference between baseball there and here, some of the funny interactions he's had with players on the team through their translator, an all-time prank he pulled on Anthony Rizzo at his bachelor party, when he decided to not pursue a potential spot as the Tennessee starting QB and much more! Outside of the interview we talk our favorite Opening Day memories, how one of us would never go in a hot air balloon and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!.
Apr 03, 2020
Episode 318: Bobby Dalbec
Today we are joined by one of the top prospects in the Red Sox organization in Bobby Dalbec! With Bobby we talk what he's doing to stay busy during the quarantine including how he's learning to play the guitar and tanning in his driveway in Fort Myers, how the female Sox fans are gonna love him a little more when the gets to Fenway, what it's like being around Raffy Big Scoops a lot with them both playing 3B, the importance of having a social media presence for players coming up in the bigs now, how he used to be a pitcher and if he could end up pitching for the Sox one day, which players he's closest with on this club, his first big purchase after getting his big signing bonus, which walk-up song he'll use when baseball is back, and we wrap the interview with Dalbec answering your submitted questions! We also talk about how continuously obnoxious it is that the Red Sox investigation results haven't been announced yet even though the investigation itself is "done." That and much more. Enjoy!.
Mar 26, 2020
Episode 317: Inevitable Tommy John
Welp, Chris Sale is getting Tommy John surgery and consider us not surprised. We talk the timeline of how confusing getting to this whole Sale surgery process was, how 2020 is even more of a wash now and why that may be a good thing for Sox fans, the possibility of Mookie Betts returning to the Sox without playing a single game in LA, what it's like to be a dad from Coley, the Yankees' season potentially being ruined, Jesus being the first-ever podcaster, the biggest things we're going to miss about 2020 now that coronavirus has taken over the country and we close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!.
Mar 20, 2020
Episode 316: Cancel The Investigation
We are so done with this Red Sox investigation and MLB should be too. Today we talk how the league should honestly just call off this whole thing after blaming coronavirus for yet another delay on the results, why coronavirus is such a dick, what Collin McHugh's wife was thinking when her first move in Boston was going after Jared, how Nathan Eovaldi is obviously going to win the Cy Young based off his hot spring training, answer your phenomenal Down in the DM questions and much more!.
Mar 11, 2020
Episode 315: Yard Sale
Chris Sale doesn't need Tommy John surgery "at this point" but who the hell knows what that really means. Today we talk expectations for Sale this year and call out the reporters that didn't realize his elbow was obviously an issue when he got to camp, Devers being mic'd up and only speaking in Spanish but very clearly knowing English, recap our trip to David Ortiz's yard sale, and save the best for last with the news that Andrew Benintendi is now single after taking down any pics of him and the GF on Instagram. That and much more today. Enjoy!.
Mar 05, 2020
Episode 314: Spring Training Mailbag
Today we answer all your questions surrounding the Red Sox as we enter a very unsure 2020 season. Before that we discuss what it will mean to the Sox to not have Chris Sale ready for Opening Day, and how unfortunate it is that the Yankees are facing so many injuries. Then we answer all your phenomenal questions and more. Enjoy!.
Feb 28, 2020
Episode 313: Thank You Brock
Today we thank Brock Holt for everything he meant to this city, this team and specifically this podcast as he is on his way to Milwaukee. We also rip Major League Baseball for taking FOREVER to finish this investigation into the 2018 Red Sox, debate the motivation behind David Ortiz calling out Mike Fiers as a snitch, why every Sox fan hates Alex Verdugo, the confusing process that is Rafael Devers already being a father of two, bring back a classic Manny Ramirez quote from the 2007 postseason run and much more. Enjoy!
Feb 26, 2020
Episode 312: Nonstop Madness
The Red Sox continue to be surrounded by all sorts of negativity so we dive into all of it this week. We talk final thoughts on the Mookie trade, David Price seeming to be happier than ever now that he's in LA, we destroy Jeff Luhnow for throwing Alex Cora under the bus when the Astros' front office reportedly began the sign-stealing schemes themselves, what Ron Roenicke getting the interim tag really means, call up Chris Cotillo to clarify why he said Chris Sale was fully healthy when he has the flu, debate whether Alex Verdugo will play well for the Sox, go on another in-depth breakdown of why Mookie could be back in Boston in 2021 and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!.
Feb 13, 2020
Episode 311: Mookie Is Gone
The day a lot of us feared has arrived: Mookie Betts is no longer a member of the Boston Red Sox. Today we talk every angle of the Mookie deal, why Sox fans shouldn't be upset with Chaim Bloom, disagree on how good the talent the Sox got back is, how David Price is almost the forgotten piece of this whole deal, list off every part of what has made this the worst offseason of our lives, call up Jeff Passan for his takes on this blockbuster trade and the odds he gives the Sox of signing Mookie in the offseason, answer your Mookie-related DMs and much more.
Feb 05, 2020
Episode 310: Mitchy Two Bags Is Back
Mitch Moreland is back with the Red Sox and honestly that just makes a lot of sense. Today we talk what we expect will happen to Mookie Betts with all these trade rumors swirling around, why it almost made too much sense to bring back Mitch Moreland and what his signing could mean for a certain free-agent still out there on the open market, discuss the ongoing manager situation and why it's taking so long to figure out, Jared mentions a funny encounter he had with some Section 10 listeners in Miami, we answer your phenomenal Down in the DM questions and close talking the tragic passing of Kobe Bryant..
Jan 30, 2020
Episode 309: Hall of Blame
Today we talk why it's actually a good thing that Curt Schilling didn't get inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame this year, why the investigation into the Red Sox will show the team did nothing wrong, recap a weird Winter Weekend after the switch from Foxwoods to MGM Springfield, debate whether Dustin Pedroia should retire or not based off his most recent setback, do a little Red Sox Lottery segment and call out losers that don't make their Hall of Fame ballots public. All that and much more. Enjoy!.
Jan 23, 2020
Episode 308: Alex Cora Is Fired (feat. Jeff Passan)
Welp, this has been an awful week. The results from MLB's investigation into the Astros' sign-stealing scandal have concluded and Alex Cora came out looking worse than anyone else sadly. This led to his firing in Boston, so that is naturally our main talking point. Today we discuss how weird it is that the players involved in this situation are getting off clean, how Cora would not have been fired if the Houston scenario didn't take place, how funny it is that Yankee fans are acting like their team will be innocent in all of this, Evan Drellich needing to do his job and dig deeper with teams he doesn't happen to have all of the sources for, and how surprised we were at the amount of fans that threw Cora to the curb for what happened in Houston and not Boston. We then talk with ESPN's Jeff Passan for his take on this whole fiasco as he has been in the middle of all of these reports. And we wrap this tough one out with our predictions for who will be the next manager of the Boston Red Sox.
Jan 16, 2020
Episode 307: Replay Room Ridiculousness
Evan Drellich is out for blood again, this time accusing the Red Sox of looking at video of the signs in the replay room to then signal to Sox hitters during their 2018 World Series championship winning season. Safe to say we can see what Drellich is up to now. Today we talk how the report clearly targeted the Red Sox when other teams were doing this, if Cora will face any kind of suspension, give Drellich a call to address these claims, preview Winter Weekend with it being one week away, give another Mookie update, call out Hubbs for his dumb tweet on Miguel Andujar thank Sox Signatures for everything they meant to this show and much more. Enjoy!
Jan 09, 2020
Episode 306: Best of 2019
Although the Red Sox didn't have the season we had hoped for, Section 10 was still popping off in 2019. We've put together the best interviews, moments and everything in-between from the podcast over this last calendar year. Hear from Chris Sale, Pedro Martinez, Kevin Millar, Andrew Benintendi, Curt Schilling, Brock Holt, Rick Porcello, Guerin Austin, Dalton Furbush and many more! This show is absolutely packed so enjoy it and get ready for an amazing 2020 for Section 10! Go Sox, kid
Dec 31, 2019
Episode 305: The Decade That Was
A year that we want to be behind us is almost behind us so we take a look back more at the past decade of success for the Red Sox than the miserable 2019 season. Today we introduce our new presenting sponsor Coors Light, talk about the team making a HUGE addition to the bullpen, break down what we got for Christmas, preview Winter Weekend and reminisce about the good old days at Foxwoods, talk the bizarre story of Rich Hill and his wife getting arrested outside the Pats game, reveal your and our Section 10 Sox All-Decade Team infielders, break down our favorite Sox games of the decade and close it out with what to expect from this team in 2020. All that and much more. Enjoy!
Dec 27, 2019
Episode 304: Offseason Mailbag
Today we take all your offseason questions you have on this Red Sox team and beyond. We also talk Gerrit Cole looking very weird during his Yankees intro presser, ask Bobby Dalbec what his favorite movie is, how we think the Sox burned all the footage from the 2012 season, why to be optimistic for the upcoming 2020 season, reveal your Section 10 All-Decade Bullpen including a somewhat surprising pick at closer, and debate the top guest we want to have on this show once the calendar says 2020. That and much more. Enjoy!
Dec 19, 2019
Episode 303: Thank You Rick, Thank You Baseball Tavern
This has been a rough week, folks. Rick Porcello will not be returning to the Red Sox and Baseball Tavern is officially closing. Today we talk what Rick meant to this franchise over his lengthy and successful stay, how the Red Sox additions may possibly help the 2020 team, how these additions almost certainly mean Brock Holt will not be returning, how much Baseball Tavern meant to us and why going to Sox games won't be the same now that it's closing, reveal your All-Decade Team starting outfield and explain why Gerrit Cole sucks. That and much more. Enjoy!
Dec 13, 2019
Episode 302: Thank You, Only Active Hall of Famer
Today we say farewell to the only active Hall of Famer Sandy Leon after he was dealt to Cleveland. We open the show talking how sad this offseason has and likely will continue to be, how the Sox are going to have to big-time overachieve next season and praise Sandy Leon for everything he meant to this team and how several of the pitchers will definitely miss him as much as us. We then break down the Red Sox Hall of Fame inductees, talk how truly incredible Manny Ramirez was in his prime, reveal your top 5 starters in our Section 10 Red Sox All-Decade Team, what Brian Bannister's departure means for this club and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Dec 05, 2019
Episode 301: Unfollowed
Mookie Betts allegedly unfollowed the Red Sox on Twitter and Instagram so we have to get to the bottom of this right now. Today we discuss the potential significance of Mookie unfollowing the team on social media, talk about what we're thankful for, break down the WooSox logo and give alternatives for what it should have been, ask for your night before Thanksgiving drunk voicemails and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy and Happy Thanksgiving!
Nov 27, 2019
Episode 300: Brock and Griff Holt
We have made it to 300 episodes and today's guests are two of our favorite people ever. We are joined by Brock and Griffey Holt from the Holt house. We begin today's show recapping how we got t0 300 episodes, thanking everyone that has helped us along the way, and looking forward to what we have in the future. Then for the main event. In the Brock interview he tells us how disappointing it was that he didn't set the AL home run record this past season, how this Sox team felt like a very close family, his current free-agent situation and the chances he comes back to Boston, his mom commenting a ton on social media posts, if the Sox should have another ring because of the Astros stealing signs, how funny it is watching JD in the outfield, why they decided to not win the division this year, how tough the London trip was, how great the parade was last year, how they say 'buttcheeks' in the clubhouse all the time now and even during the JD hug celebration, the biggest difference between Cora and Farrell, and wrap with a full Griffey Holt segment that is truly incredible. We then wrap up the 300th episode with a trip down memory lane. Enjoy!
Nov 21, 2019
Episode 299: Cora Is Innocent
Alex Cora's name is now coming up with MLB's investigation into the Astros' sign-stealing scandal and we simply won't stand for it. We open by calling Evan Drellich to talk about his report on this story that he broke at midnight but he couldn't talk because he was "eating breakfast," we then call Jeff Passan (Megaphone Balls) and get an unbiased take on whether Cora is innocent in this whole mess or not. We also discuss Chaim Bloom saying Pedroia has every intention of playing in 2020 and why this is totally fine and preview Winter Weekend with the dates officially being out now. Enjoy!
Nov 14, 2019
Episode 298: JD Is Staying
JD Martinez has chosen not to opt out of his contract with the Boston Red Sox: Let's GO! Today we talk what JD opting in means for the current Red Sox roster, exactly how we expect Boras and JD looked at the open market before making this decision, what impact this has on Mookie Betts potentially being traded - even though we strongly push for the Red Sox to not do this, tease our Sox player 300th episode guest coming up soon, break down the life of Rusney Castillo and how bizarrely unique it is including whether girls would want to date him or not and close with some Suns talk because they are the hottest team in the NBA and Suns Out Guns Out lives on forever. Enjoy!
Nov 06, 2019
Episode 297: Bloomsauce
Chaim Bloom has officially been named the Chief Baseball Officer of the Boston Red Sox and we are here for it, as the kids say. We open talking what we expect Bloom to do with this current Red Sox roster, Jared not being pleased with getting no source love on the Section 10 IG for 'breaking' the story, the Sox naming Dave Bush the new pitching coach of the team, BBWAA Writer of the Year Kate Upton going OFF during the World Series, Porcello being at Fenway recently and if we would want him back with this club in 2020, an Answer The Internet segment with the greatest card game ever and we close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Nov 01, 2019
Episode 296: Not The Wright Fit
Steven Wright has finally been released after such a strange career with the Red Sox. Today we talk how sad it is that this is the last podcast of the year that we can start off with "Defending World Series champion Boston Red Sox" in the intro, celebrate Rafael Devers turning 14 and what people get a 14-year-old for their birthday, debate the odds that Devers has ever played N64, hope that this is it for the Sox need to have a knuckleballer on their staff, recap the Suns super impressive 29-point win on Opening Night including predictions for this season, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Oct 24, 2019
Episode 295: Hate To See It
The Yankees are one loss away from elimination and we just HATE to see it. Today we talk about clown Yankee fans on Twitter and their go-to responses when their team sucks, how great October is with every day being an anniversary of a recent huge Red Sox playoff win or moment, how terrible the Yankees have looked in the last few games, preparing everyone for injury excuses to come up from Yankee fans once they get eliminated, how Kate Upton is still one of the best BBWAA writers we have and how she will approach Gerrit Cole likely winning the Cy Young over Justin Verlannder, Grif Holt winning the offseason once again and why he can legitimately play in the bigs one day and we close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Oct 18, 2019
Episode 294: Kirk Minihane
We are once again joined by Kirk Minihane for his record-setting 3rd appearance on the show. With Kirk we talk his least favorite media personality in Boston, how he ended up at Barstool and how it's been so far, how he hates that no one wants to come on his show to debate anymore, the potential of him joining Barstool Radio in some capacity, how he doesn't trust happy guys, the book he's currently working on, his beef with the Barstool Breakfast guys and we finally talk a little Sox at the end. After the Kirk interview we mention a Red Sox coach that may sadly lose their job soon and preview some upcoming content for the pod. Enjoy!
Oct 07, 2019
Episode 293: Guerin Austin

The 2019 Red Sox season may be over but Guerin Austin is FINALLY on Section 10 so that's definitely something to celebrate. Before the Guerin interview we recap that disappointing season for the Sox, call out the idea that John Henry and co. propose of cutting down the payroll while also wanting to keep Mookie Betts in Boston, break down the not-so-positive comments made in the clubhouse by JD Martinez on his status with the team, why Brock Holt's time with the Sox may be over and more. In the Guerin interview we talk how the rivalry with Steve started, recap her last 5 years doing sideline reporting for NESN, break down every aspect of that 'Wouldn't wanna cuff ya!' commercial, recap her trip to Mexico, her experience on the duckboat during the parade, her favorite moment covering the team and how cool it is that she's a role model now. We close out the show talking where this team goes from here and answer several of your Down in the DM questions on this upcoming offseason. Enjoy!

Oct 01, 2019
Episode 292: Award Show
While it was a disappointing season for the Sox, we are back for the 2nd Annual Section 10 Award Show! We polled the listeners on nthese awards and got thousands of votes so thanks for killing it there! We announce the winners for the following awards: Favorite Guest of the Year, Favorite Section 10 Nickname, Most Underwhelming Performance, Most Surprising Performance in a Good Way, Best New Section 10 Shirt, What You'll Remember This Season Most By, Best At Hit, and Most Valuable Player. After the Award Show we talk the odds of JD opting in this offseason, give Rick Porcello props for what he meant to this Sox team over the last 5 years, and tee up what looks like the last weekend at this version of Baseball Tavern. Enjoy!
Sep 27, 2019
Episode 291: Dead Sox (feat. Drew Pomeranz)
The 2019 Red Sox have finally been eliminated from playoff contention as we are joined by a surprising guest considering the history of this show: Drew Pomeranmz. Before the Dwew interview we talk Jared's trip to Milwaukee and his worst Uber ride of all time, the Sox struggling to find a new GM, and take a trip down memory lane with all the negative things that have been said about Drew Pomeranz on this show. In the Pomeranz interview we talk how confusing it was when he was dealt to Boston, difference between playing in San Diego compared to Boston, the wild ways people would find to tell Drew he sucks, biggest differences between John Farrell and Alex Cora as managers, Jared reads a mean tweet he posted about Drew in the past and gets his reaction, the experience of being on the World Series roster but not pitching, what worked best for him in an impressive 2017 season, his preference between relieving and starting, and what he thinks went wrong with this Red Sox team. After the interview we move over to the KFC Radio studio to talk how weird it was to see the Sox get eliminated while Mitch Moreland hit a game-tying home run in the 9th, Yankees fans flipping out over an AL East title, highest point of the season for the team and the podcast, Brock staying the greatest with his IG comments on our posts, and close by teasing the Section 10 Awards Show coming up later this week. Enjoy!
Sep 23, 2019
Episode 290: Yaz Mania
The Red Sox elimination number stands at 1 but the Yastrzemski love at Fenway this week was just cool to see. Today we talk how we're already sounding like those old timers talking about the '03 and '04 Red Sox, give major props to Xander Bogaerts and Rafael Devers for their incredible seasons, discuss how we wish Nomar's love in Boston post-career was more like Pedro's, how this Red Sox Golden Ticket promotion is just another dumb thing in the list of random September crap they do when the team is out of it, how funny it was that the Yankees stuck around in the clubhouse hoping to clinch the AL East just to see the Rays come back to beat the Dodgers in LA and close discussing how weird the MLB divisions were just a handful of years ago. Enjoy!
Sep 19, 2019
Episode 289: Playing Spoiler
It's a lost season for the Sox but at least they brought the Phillies down with them. Today we talk the huge difference between catching a foul ball clean and ending up with a foul ball, a full list of reasons to watch the last 2 weeks of the Red Sox season, Pablo Sandoval getting surgery to avoid a trip back to Fenway, a certain Sox player that is chasing a very historical number and we close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Sep 16, 2019
Episode 288: David Mellor
Today we are joined by head groundskeeper of Fenway Park David Mellor. For those who don't know, David's life story is a wild one so buckle up. In the Mellor interview we discuss how he wanted to be a major leaguer and had a legitimate chance of doing so before he was shockingly hit by a car outside a McDonanld's, how he hurt himself even further during physical therapy, how he was hit by a car AGAIN in a bizarre incident on the field in Milwaukee, how difficult the next handful of years were for him, how much his service dog Drago has helped him over the years, his transition to becoming the head groundskeeper at Fenway, his favorite experience during the 4 World Series titles he's seen since he's been in Boston, a hilarious Nomar story, how the field used to flood so much that fish started showing up in the dugout and much more! After the interview we talk where this Red Sox season went wrong and what positives we can take from such a disappointing year. Enjoy!
Sep 12, 2019
Episode 287: Davey Dombrowski Is Gone
The Red Sox have fired their President of Baseball Operations Dave Dombrowski and it's safe to say we have some takes. Today we talk every angle of this firing of Dombrowski, how much the upcoming decision on Mookie played a role in the Red Sox decision to let Davey go, breaking down all of Dombrowski's moves while in charge of the Sox roster, his beef with Barstool a few years back, the Alex Speier report that JD or Mookie likely won't be on the team next year, a full breakdown of JD accidentally grabbing a pair of titties during Saturday's game, and wrap by talking Big Papi throwing out the first pitch at Fenway.
Sep 10, 2019
Episode 286: Still at the Table
E-Rod continues to be the ace for the Red Sox as they try to keep their playoff hopes alive. Today we talk about how great this season has been for Eddie Aces, if pitcher wins actually mean anything, the exact record the Red Sox need to finish with to have a chance at a Wild Card spot, preview tonight's series finale with the Twins and the upcoming weekend series with the Yankees, pick the winners for who is coming with us to Saturday's game, answer your Down in the DM questions and much more. Enjoy!
Sep 05, 2019
Episode 285: Keep Hope Alive
The Red Sox needed to go at least 7-2 on that west coast trip and they went....7-2. This team is keeping their Wild Card hopes alive as we head into a very crucial week at Fenway Stadium. Today we recap that west coast trip, rip the "season is over" people, debate whether this team has the best 1-4 spots in their lineup in our lifetime, preview these series' coming up at Fenway and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Sep 02, 2019
Episode 284: Wild Card Hunters
This has been an all-over-the-place season but as it stands right now the Red Sox are as close as they've been in the Wild Card race since August 9. Today we talk that 2-game sweep of the Rockies and how Section 10 listeners dominated Denver, the Sox sneaky being the hottest team in the American League as of late, the Denver airport being one of the sketchiest places on Earth, over/under on 18.5 wins for E-Rod as he keeps his career year going, if we'd rather the Sox sneak into the playoffs to then get swept or just fade off in September, a Dustin Pedroia update and how we just want him to be able to live his best possible life after retirement and we close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Aug 29, 2019
Episode 283: California Dreamin'
The Red Sox were out in California last weekend and dreaming of a chance to make that Wild Card game at this rate. We talk Jared's meet-up with Don Orsillo and how much of a treat it is to hear Don calling Sox games, how Section 10 listeners took over San Diego, BJ very much lacking in David Price's absence, the Sox basically needing to go 5-0 to finish off this west coast trip to give themselves a chance in September, how weird it is that the Padres were stunned that Sox fans hate Manny Machado, some Brynn's thoughts and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Aug 27, 2019
Episode 282: Walk-Off Day
This Red Sox season is insanely frustrating but at least it's Walk-Off Day folks. We go over how there's no benefit to cunceling the season when we invest this much time into it and when they technically still have a chance, how this team is like unexpected dark chocolate when you thought you were gonna bite into milk chocolate, predict the Sox walk-off over the Royals before it happened, if Jared and Brynn will bump into Chris Cotillo of The Mexican Times in San Diego, Coley wanting this team to tank in September, Brynn's thoughts, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions.
Aug 22, 2019
Episode 281: How Sweep It Is
Do the Orioles suck? Yes. Did the Sox need to sweep them? Yes...and here we are. Today we talk the very unfortunate but not that surprising news that Chris Sale's 2019 season is likely over, how amazing Rafael Devers has been and where this season is currently ranking among some of the all-time greats, how few current MLB players we would rather have than Raffy Big Scoops right now, why we may have to worry about Mookie Betts potentially getting traded this offseason, and we close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Aug 20, 2019
Episode 280: AL East Is Ours
The Red Sox just beat the hottest team in baseball in a series so we are well on our way to looking at another AL East crown this year. Today we talk Devers being insanely impressive and how he's giving us Pinky Higgins flashbacks, Andrew Cashner very clearly being the closer the Red Sox needed this whole time, just how the Sox will win the AL East this year, "Blakata!" being the worst catchphrase ever, preview this weekend's series with the Orioles and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Aug 15, 2019
Episode 279: Blah Blah Blah
Andrew Trashner continues to be miserable for the Red Sox and we've had about enough of the blahness of this team. We break down the Sox disappointing .500 week against teams they need to be beating, look through free agents on the market this offseason to see how we can fix the pitching issues, give a major shoutout to the dude in a Section 10 shirt that had Mike Trout take a pic with him from the dugout, preview the series in Cleveland, have a bunch of random thoughts about random stuff, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Aug 12, 2019
Episode 278: Constant Rain Delay
This season has felt like a never-ending rain delay and last night was no different. Today we talk how brutal it is that the Sox lost an off-day in San Diego to have to finish a game with the damn Kansas City Royals in extra innings, we call Guerin Austin to get her breakdown of how wild the rain was from the dugout last night, talk the odds that this is actually the last season with the Sox for Dave Dombrowski via Dan Shaughnessy's recent article, how the Sox would have to go 31-15 for the rest of the season to have a legit chance to make the postseason, give the Suns a shoutout for dominating Suns Day on NBA TV, how ridiculous the Players Weekend nicknames are for the Red Sox but still give Chavis credit for trying to fix the Ice Horse error, introduce a brand new segment and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Aug 08, 2019
Episode 277: This Is The Worst
The Red Sox just got swept by the Yankees and have lost 8 games in a row and everything is awful. We open talking about the Suns because this is the best Suns podcast on the planet, we recap how well the livestream went Friday even though the game sucked, and then we recap that miserable series in the Bronx. We're talking how brutal the Sox have been when Sale and Price start, how no realistic deadline move would have prevented this losing streak, how we expected this terrible play from the 2015 team but there being no excuse for a team this talented to lose 8 in a row, and the Sox somehow still having a 2% chance to win the World Series. This is a tough one folks, be sad with us. Go Suns
Aug 05, 2019
Episode 276: Curt Schilling Part II
We will get to how pathetic it is that the Sox made ZERO moves at the deadline in a minute, but in Part II of our sit-down from Curt Schilling's house we talk things that he regrets saying during his playing days, the creation of 'Why Not Us' and which media member that phrase was aimed at, if the 2007 World Series title would have happened without the 2004 team winning it all, revisiting the A-Rod brawl with a breakdown of everything that happened and how much the team hated A-Rod, how much he loves the retirement lifestyle, young pitchers in the game that he helps out now, potentially wanting to rejoin the game as a pitching coach, hardest guys he ever faced and the only two strikeout baseballs he ever saved, and all the aspects that go into being a truly successful pitcher in the majors. We then flip the hell out over the Sox adding NOTHING at the trade deadline, the Astros being the very clear favorite to represent the AL in the World Series now, what we would have tweaked about Rick Porcello's feud with the TVs in the dugout, a brief visit from Willie Colon for Jared to pay him his $1K, and close with some optimism by saying we still think this team will make the Wild Card Game. Enjoy!
Aug 01, 2019
Episode 275: Curt Schilling
Today we have soon-to-be Hall of Famer Curt Schilling on the podcast once again to talk how pissed he is that Jared got a World Series ring, how much his character has been attacked since leaving ESPN, how much he knew about steroids in baseball when he was playing and hints at who was juicing, his current relationship with the Red Sox being bumpy, how he found out about David Ortiz getting shot as it was happening, how much he wants MLB players to be mic'd up during games, his favorite Terry Francona moments and much more (Part II of the interview coming later this week). Outside of the Schilling interview we recap our Live Show over the weekend, talk the madness of that Sox-Yankees series, and look forward to what to expect from Dave Dombrowski and company come Trade Day. Enjoy!
Jul 30, 2019
Episode 274: Confusing Process
The Red Sox won that series against the Rays but that whole debacle with the umps and specifically Angel Hernandez was a very confusing process. Today we recap that Rays series and how a sweep would have really been super mega awesome, talk that Didi quote about burying the Red Sox and frankly how rude that was, call up the MLB Rules Department once again to get clarification on the end of the series finale with the Rays, a full preview this upcoming Sox-Yankees series at Fenway with some hints at what to expect for our Live Show Saturday at 1pm at Lansdowne Pub and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Jul 25, 2019
Episode 273: Joe Kelly
Our guy Joe Kelly is once again on the podcast today to distract us from the fact that the Red Sox just lost a series to the friggin Orioles. With Jimmy B we talk how different it is playing in LA vs. Boston, how much he meant to the bullpen during that World Series run last year, if there was legitimate doubt to if he would even make the postseason roster, how much easier his day-to-day life is being home in LA, if his big strikeout late in Game 5 of the World Series was the top highlight of his career so far, how much he wanted to strike out Tyler Austin when he faced him again, how the free agency process went, and his favorite moments in Boston with a recap of that fight with the Yankees. Outside of the Kelly interview we talk if the Sox would consider being sellers at the trade deadline, what the hell is wrong with Rick Porcello, Pluto being the fakest thing ever, which relievers the Sox may still have their eye on and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Jul 22, 2019
Episode 272: Team Double Kiss
The Eck vs. Price "feud" is back and we have the solution to end all of this! They should just meet up and do one of those double cheek kiss things. Boom, problem solved. Today we also talk about Andrew Cashner's lackluster debut with the Sox and the obvious reason why he wasn't good, hint at a certain Players' Weekend jersey, break down the ongoing nightmare of a bullpen this team has and how Brandon Workman has had to suffer the most from everyone else sucking and we close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Jul 18, 2019
Episode 271: Andrew Benintendi
Benny Biceps, Benny Buttcheeks, Benny Baseball, Andrew Benintendi makes his Section 10 debut today and it's a gem. Before the Benny interview we talk the end of the Eduardo Nunez era, how significant a move it was for the Sox to add Andrew Cashner and recap that series with the Dodgers and further emphasize how much you need to bunt in that 11th inning scenario. Then we get to our Andrew Benintendi interview where we talk his nicknames and which one he hears the most in the clubhouse, the epic catch he made in the ALCS, his favorite moment of the 2018 postseason that wasn't that catch or the final out, how frustrated he is over his current season, favorite moment from the parade, power ranking the drunkest players at the parade and much more. We then talk the Guerin Austin "drama" with Jared and Steve, recap Jared's experience getting his World Series ring and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Jul 16, 2019
Episode 270: Go Time
The Sox are beginning the unofficial 2nd half of their season and it's time to prove they have a shot at a deep October run once again. Today we recap the All-Star Game and whether the Sox actually did anything of relevance, give the latest update on David Ortiz's status following another surgery, talk Tyler Thornburg being released and how much of a massive failure that Travis Shaw trade turned out to be, give an announcement on upcoming Section 10 live shows, break down our 2nd half bold predictions for the Sox and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Jul 12, 2019
Episode 269: First Half Headlines
Today we recap the unofficial 1st half of the Red Sox season and look ahead to what to expect in the last few months coming up, talk Cleveland not being all that bad, what headline we would use on the front page of our hypothetical newspaper to sum up this season so far, what Zack Wheeler would potentially bring to the Red Sox, how bad it would be if Marcus Stroman actually gets dealt to the Yankees, which reliever we trust the most so far, why JD Martinez would definitely want to stay in Boston, recap Jared's bobblehead night in Lowell, Xander still needing more love on the national level and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Jul 09, 2019
Episode 268: Marco Polo
This Sox team has been an absolute rollercoaster ride but they still somehow pulled that series out in Toronto. We recap that series win, talk Marco Hernandez continuing to dominate in the clutch, the Sox offense having no quit in them, why the Yankees are dumb for wasting all of their wins against the Red Sox too early, why the Sox continue to have Vazquez catch Sale when the numbers show Leon needs to be in there, debate whether using Nathan Eovaldi as a closer is a good idea or not, express our frustrations that Xander Bogaerts had to backdoor his way into the All-Star Game and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Jul 05, 2019
Episode 267: London Losers
The Sox went across the pond and lost both games to the Yankees because this bullpen is absolute garbage. Today we talk everything about the London Series, how the 1st innings and the Sox offense never giving up was cool and that was about it, Yankee fans being the most unoriginal humans on, if we have any new ways to describe how awful this bullpen is, how dumb it is that the Yanks easily acquired Edwin Enchiladas, the Xander All-Star snub being one of the worst snubs ever, if it was the right move for the Suns to sign Ricky Rubio to a $51M deal, pitch a potential upcoming Section 10 wiffle ball tournament, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Jul 01, 2019
Episode 266: Across the Pond
The Sox are heading to London so naturally we open the show using British accents. Today we talk how miserable any Sox pitcher has been trying to close games this year and what possible solutions Dombrowski could find for that position, which James Bond movie was the best, how people were very wrong to want Kimbrel to be gone, how Davey Dombrowski clearly thinks July 31 is the only day he can make a trade, how wild that plane the Sox took to London looked, a summary of your 3-word recaps of the first half of the Sox season, a full preview of the London Series and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Jun 27, 2019
Episode 265: Tom Caron
We finally got Tom Caron on the podcast! Today we open talking how all over the place this Red Sox season has been, what stuff London is known for, then we get to the TC interview. With Tom Caron we talk what his proudest moment has been with NESN, his favorite parade memory, how the 2003 Sox get lost in the shuffle, the favorite player he covered on the Sox, why Maine doesn't have cell service, how Steven Wright is misunderstood, why Sox players don't use social media, when he thinks people tune in to the pre and postgame show the most, multiple times players have gone after him for something they did in the postgame show, the hardest Red Sox season to cover, what it was like during 2004 season, other opportunities that have come up for him during his 24 years at NESN and much more. After TC we talk who we want to interview next, Stroman vs. Eck stuff, Saturday's meltdown and more. Enjoy!
Jun 25, 2019
Episode 264: Good to be Back
The 2019 Red Sox are not the 2018 Red Sox. But when they show us signs of being "back" then we're gonna get excited. So deal with it! Today we give a huge shoutout to our guy Trig for continuing to make us fire Section 10 shirts (buy them on, recap that Twins series and debate how back the Sox are right now, get pissed off that Xander Bogaerts isn't getting enough All-Star voting love, continue to find it fascinating how much Alex Cora drives E-Rod into the ground, confirm that CC Sabathia is fat and that it's ok to be fat, debate why they would make up a report that David Ortiz wasn't the intended target of that shooting, and finish with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Jun 20, 2019
Episode 263: How Sweep It Is (feat. Jeff Passan)
The Sox swept the O's as expected but we're still very glad with what this team has been up to lately so...yea. Today we talk our biggest takeaways from that Orioles sweep, how Cora continues to love nothing more than pushing E-Rod to his absolute max, if JBJ is back or not, Kirk Minihane ripping Jared on his first pod with Barstool, how we are just gonna jump along for the wild ride that is the 2019 Red Sox, how Steve's interactions with Guerin went this weekend in Baltimore, a hilarious Guerin story from Jared, and during Down in the DMs an impromptu interview with ESPN's Jeff Passan on the current state of the AL East and the Yankees landing Edwin Enchiladas. Enjoy!
Jun 17, 2019
Episode 262: Weird Walkoffs
The Sox continue their up-and-down season with a walk-off that we think should be banned: The walk-off walk. Today we talk updates on David Ortiz's situation, how odd the whole story has become including the bounty that was put out on him, why the Sox are obsessed with not letting teams sweep them, recap the Benny and Cora ejections by acting it out, how the Bruins would have won the Cup if they had a different flag waving approach, and wrap it up with our Red Sox Lottery segment and your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Jun 13, 2019
Episode 261: Papi Strong
Today is about David Ortiz. We try to wrap our heads around the miserable incident that took place to our hero Big Papi in the DR, give updates on his status, and talk our favorite Papi moments ever to try and brighten up the room a bit. David Ortiz will pull through because he is larger than life. He will come back even stronger from this senseless act. #PapiStrong
Jun 10, 2019
Episode 260: Immaculate Again
The Red Sox just swept the Royals as we predicted but we wanna talk about how phenomenal Chris Sale was on Wednesday. Today we talk the confusing process of loving to watch Vladdy Jr. but then realizing he's in the AL East, how Chris Sale dildoed the Royals lineup for the first Sox shutout since part-time Section 10 producer Brian Johnson in 2017, break down the 4 complete game shutouts in the Section 10 era, predict the Sox were gonna complete the sweep because we're wicked smaht, if we're surprised that the Cubs signed Craig Kimbrel, how cool it would be if the whole team had social media accounts and were actually good at posting, Eddie's Goat Milk taking over the world on Wednesday, the real reason why the Sox drafted Cameron Cannon, a little Hey Arnold and Mickey Kaline talk, and finish with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Jun 06, 2019
Episode 259: Davey Savior
David Price delivered on Sunday or else this likely would have been a Suns podcast. We open talking how this series isn't over even though every Yankees fan thinks it is, how much that Price start was needed and a specific thing he did to literally everyone in The Bronx, why the Yankees will be worse when they get their "All Stars" back, why Todd Frazier was so miserably awful on Sunday, how tough that SNB broadcast was to listen to, mixed feelings on what to expect from Nathan Eovaldi when he returns to the rotation, bring back the Red Sox Lottery segment, a little Down on the Farm action, preview of the upcoming series with the Royals and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Jun 03, 2019
Episode 258: Don't Let Us Win Today
The Red Sox just lost a very frustrating series to the Indians but you absolutely cannot let us win today against the Yankees. You just can't. We open the show recapping that Indians series and how Greg Allen is obviously the best baseball player of all time, remind everyone that win probability is very stupid, put rain in the bathroom, a brief Down on the Farm segment, recap the Dustin Pedroia press conference and why this news may be a good thing in the long run, Fuckin' with Hubbs segment to preview the upcoming series with the Yankees, and close with you phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
May 30, 2019
Episode 257: Matt Barnes
Yes, we are joined by Matty Backpacks himself today. Before the Backpacks interview we recap that series with the Astros and compare how the Sox rank with Houston heading into June, give Devers some love and debate how dumb it is that that would-be homer hit the roof, and then rip Roberto Osuna for obvious reasons. With Matty Backpacks we talk the origin of his nickname, how his mindset changed going from starting games to now occasionally closing them, recap the best game he's ever pitched, how hard it is to make it in the bigs when you're from the northeast, how everything clicked for the Sox and their bullpen in the postseason last year, figuring out how to pitch at the big-league level, his defining moment as a pro and whether or not he's converted some of his Yankee fan friends over to supporting the Sox. After the Barnes interview we request more places for you guys to take Section 10 shirt pics, kinda rip Figawi stuff, give a new update for our Down on the Farm segment and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
May 27, 2019
Episode 256: MVPearce
We make the case for Steve Pearce to make the All-Star team based solely off how he's done in his last 4 games. We also talk limited edition Section 10 shirts and which ones you guys want to see the most, Ice Horse coming through in the clutch on Wednesday, debate if we love or hate Marcus Stroman's antics on the mound, pitch things we want you guys to do in Section 10 shirts, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
May 23, 2019
Episode 255: Kevin Millar
The Cowboy Up man himself Kevin Millar is on the show today and he's even better than you would expect. Before the Millar interview we talk that Astros-Sox series and our biggest takeaways after getting the win on Sunday, a theory on Michael Chavis that makes him look like a not-so-nice guy, and the secret to why Chris Sale walked 5 guys in his last start. In the Kevin Millar interview we talk the 2003 team and how they don't get nearly enough credit for being an absolute wagon, how hilarious it was when Millar threw out the first pitch before a Sox playoff game when he was still playing for another team at the time, what his favorite bar around Fenway was, a hilarious bar story involving him and some of the other players on the '03 team, recapping the day he hit a bomb in a charity game a few years back, and the difficulties of being tight with the players but also knowing when you need to be critical about them on TV. After the Millar interview we continue discussing that Astros series, Jared meeting the Chavis family and Justin Verlander, Steve finally clearing the air with Guerin Austin at Baseball Tavern, Koji Uehara retiring and how much we loved him, give examples of how JBJ can get back to being good at hit, and wrap it all up with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
May 21, 2019
Episode 254: Ice Horse Over the Moon
The Ice Horse got his first career walk-off hit and also hit a ball over the moon even though the moon is fake. Today we talk all things Ice Horse after his big night, how Alex Cora continues to push E-Rod because he knows how much he's capable of, give Marcus Walden the credit he deserves as well as a brand new nickname, rip the moon again and present a brand new moon conspiracy theory, vent about how sad we are that the Suns got the 6th pick in the NBA Draft, and answer your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. That and much more. Enjoy!
May 16, 2019
Episode 253: The Red Hots
The Red Sox are red hot. So yea, that's the title explained. Today we talk if any team in the immediate or distant future can slow this Sox team down, the specific strategies Rafael Devers has used at school during the day that has helped him perform at such a high level during the games at night, invent a new Down on the Farm segment, how the Ice Horse will always get you the second you start to sleep on him, and remind the haters why it is unacceptable to be bashing Dustin Pedroia right now. We then answer your phenomenal Down in the DM questions and prove that the moon isn't real. Enjoy!
May 14, 2019
Episode 252: The Red Socks Are Back
Folks, the Red Socks are finally back to .500 so our message to the rest of the league is don't let these Socks get hot. We open talking JBJ's INSANE game-saving catch and who else could even think of making that play, how Chris Sale is definitely back regardless of who he has faced recently, talk which Sox player would make the best president after the Sox visited the White House on Thursday, give y'all a little SOGO segment after the Suns hired our guy Monty Williams as the new head coach, play your voicemail questions, answer some Down in the DM questions and much more. Enjoy!
May 10, 2019
Episode 251: Chicago Ice Horse Takeover
We went to Chicago for the weekend and the Ice Horse took over the damn city. Michael Chavis went OFF in that series vs. the White Sox and we were lucky enough to be in the building giddying up all over the place. Today we talk Ice Horse, how much we love Wrigley Field and the Wrigleyville area, have a deep dish pizza debate, an updated look at the Sox bullpen and who we can actually trust, Chris Sale starting to show signs of his normal self, why everyone needs to not care about which Sox players do or don't go to the White House, answer your Down in the DM questions and much more. Oh and we recorded after Monday's game but barely talk about it because it basically didn't happen. Enjoy!
May 07, 2019
Episode 250: Swagger Back
Are the Sox back? Hard to tell. Are they winning more ballgames? Yes. And for that we are very happy. Today we open recapping that sweep against the A's, how miserable it was for Dallas Braden at Fenway, how much the Sox will need more of those phenomenal starts from Rick Porcello, the Ice Horse showing that he belongs in the bigs, whether Dustin Pedroia would be an ace pitcher or not, show some love to Brandon Workman and we put a Sox reliever in the bathroom. We also answer your phenomenal Down in the DM questions, look aheads to us being in Chicago this weekend and much more. Enjoy!
May 02, 2019
Episode 249: Searching for Answers
We don't know, folks. This Red Sox team has been extremely inconsistent and now we're stuck here searching for answers. We open talking the struggle for this Sox team to find any kind of rhythm this year, JBJ continuing to be absolutely miserable at the plate and how much more of that we can actually handle, how Chris Sale may have to completely reinvent himself this season, and Michael Chavis being all-in on the Ice Horse nickname. We also answer your Down in the DM questions and much more. Enjoy!
Apr 29, 2019
Episode 248: Ice Horse
The new nickname for Michael Chavis is The Ice Horse. It took us a LONG while to get to this name but tune in to find out how! We also talk about this Red Sox team showing signs of being back after closing that series out strong against the Tigers, how the haters are always gonna hate when the Sox beat up on teams that are considered garbage, and also how Dustin Pedroia somehow saves the Red Sox starting rotation every year. We close this one out with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions and the Maine Question of the Week. Enjoy!
Apr 26, 2019
Episode 247: Confusing Process
It seemed like Suns Out Guns Out got the Sox back to their winning ways, but after losing both games of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Tigers we are stuck in the middle of a confusing process. We open talking when we can realistically expect this team to play consistent ball, having mixed feelings on Chris Sale despite his 10-K performance, dissect the odd quote by Price about the top players on this club maybe being traded soon, break down which relievers we actually trust right now, how much of an impact Michael Chavis can make right out of the gate and then get into some Suns talk. We close this bad boy out with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Apr 24, 2019
Episode 246: Suns Out Guns Out
The number 1 Suns podcast in the world is HERE! Welcome everyone to "Suns Out Guns Out" presented by Barstool Sports. Today we talk the odds of the suns landing Zion Williamson with the top pick in the NBA draft, recap the pain that the 1993 NBA Finals caused all of us, how we need Devin Booker to be more of a team player next season if we want to achieve our ultimate goal of bringing an NBA championship back to the PHX, which sneaker company we expect Zion to sign with, debate who is the best player in Suns history and which jersey is the greatest ever Suns history as well. We then close with your Suns-themed Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Apr 19, 2019
Episode 245: Pedro Martinez
Yes, we are joined by the greatest pitcher of all-time Pedro Martinez to talk about how proud he is to have played a huge role in the culture change with the Red Sox following the World Series title in 2004, how he has remained an "Average Joe" in his retirement as he tries to give back to the community as much as he can, the team of marathon runners that he supported yesterday, how he would have handled Twitter if it was around when he was playing, a behind-the-scenes look at his meeting with Ted Williams at the 1999 All-Star Game and much more! After the Pedro interview we preview the upcoming Sox-Yankees series, tease a potential huge opportunity that could be around the corner for this podcast and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Apr 16, 2019
Episode 244: Mitchy More Wins
Mitch Moreland has single-handedly prevented the Red Sox from starting the season 0-13...and for that we are very grateful. We open talking Moreland's clutchness and how Devers hit the walk-off because it was a school night and he still had a test to study for so he really needed to be home. We then break down the Red Sox ring ceremony, if Chris Davis' hitless streak will end at Fenway this weekend, how ridiculously false that initial claim of a 505-foot homer was Thursday night by Rowdy Tellez (fakest name ever), Sean McDonough getting rowdy during the radio broadcast, and Manny having himself a hell of a day on Tuesday. We close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions and more. Enjoy!
Apr 12, 2019
Episode 243: The Real Season Begins
Rob Manfred tested out this new Extended Spring Training Program with the Red Sox, and even though it was extremely frustrating, we can all agree that the real Opening Day is on Tuesday. The Red Sox come back to Fenway Park with a clean 0-0 record and we're ready to go! Today we talk how weird it was that the Sox had to take part in that Extended Spring Training Program, put people in the bathroom if they even contemplate booing this amazing team on Tuesday, thank Mitchy Moreland for bailing this team out at the end of Extended Spring Training, forgive Griff Holt for poking his dad's eye, and close it out with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Apr 08, 2019
Episode 242: Brutal Beginnings
The Red Sox are 2-6. Are we worried? No. Are we a bit frustrated? Well...yes. We open talking what went wrong in that 4-game series in Oakland, continue to bitch about how stupid it is that this team starts the season with an 11-game west coast road trip, debate who is most to blame for this tough start, and break down that bizarre mixup in the outfield with JBJ and Mookie. We then rip into interleague play for a random reason, convince ourselves why we shouldn't be worried about Chris Sale's lack of velocity, try to figure out what's wrong with E-Rod, recap Jared turning 30 out in Oakland, and tease a future pod with Wally. We wrap this gem up with your voicemail questions and Down in the DMs. Enjoy!
Apr 05, 2019
Episode 241: Xander Forever
By signing Xander Bogaerts to a 6-year extension, the Red Sox have done a great job of distracting us from the fact that they've started the season 1-3. Safe to say we have very mixed feelings on this episode. We open talking what the hell is wrong with the starting rotation, what positives to take out of that brutal series in Seattle, if Matty Backpacks has what it takes to be the closer all season, and what Jared will be up to in Oakland this week. We then break down this lengthy deal for that stud Xander Bogaerts, why the deal won't impact how the Sox pursue Mookie, how surprised we were that it got done now and didn't drag into next offseason, and take a trip down memory lane to talk the other forgettable players that have called themselves Red Sox shortstop over the years. We then close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions and more. Enjoy!
Apr 01, 2019
Episode 240: Season Predictions (feat. Durbin Feltman)
This pod is PACKED, folks. We start with our lengthy predictions on this upcoming Red Sox season including over/unders for total wins and JD homers, starting rotation expectations, bold predictions and much more. We are then joined by shining Sox prospect flame-thrower Dalton Furbush himself, aka Durbin Feltman. We sit down with Furbush to discuss when he found out about his nickname and how much he hears it now, how his career path has potentially changed now that it seems Craig Kimbrel will not return to the team, the importance of having two very dominant pitches, his favorite hobbies off the field, and how excited he is for the potential to pitch in front of the Fenway crowd. All that and much more. Enjoy!
Mar 26, 2019
Episode 239: Rick Porcello
Yes, we are joined by Pretty Ricky himself down in Fort Myers to talk how dedicated the Sox rotation was in the postseason, the team wanting to capitalize on the talent they have and win it all again this year, not paying attention to the Vegas odds on who will win the division, when he knew last year's club was special, how much pressure he felt when he came to Boston and how he has found his spot now, how much winning the Cy Young Award meant to him, his experience being on the other side with the Tigers in the 2013 ALCS, and a very funny story on how interactions have been with Kevin Youkilis ever since he charged Rick on the mound. After the Porcello interview we break down the Red Sox schedule for the first few weeks, answer your voicemail questions and more. Enjoy!
Mar 19, 2019
Episode 239: Rick Porcello
Yes, we are joined by Pretty Ricky himself down in Fort Myers to talk how dedicated the Sox rotation was in the postseason, the team wanting to capitalize on the talent they have and win it all again this year, not paying attention to the Vegas odds on who will win the division, when he knew last year's club was special, how much pressure he felt when he came to Boston and how he has found his spot now, how much winning the Cy Young Award meant to him, his experience being on the other side with the Tigers in the 2013 ALCS, and a very funny story on how interactions have been with Kevin Youkilis ever since he charged Rick on the mound. After the Porcello interview we break down the Red Sox schedule for the first few weeks, answer your voicemail questions and more. Enjoy!
Mar 19, 2019
Episode 238: Chris Sale
Yes, we are joined by the ace of the Red Sox to talk everything about his time in Boston, when he knew last year's team was special, how much different he is in person vs. the psycho we see on the mound, which Sox pitcher he would want to steal a pitch from, facing the Yankees in the playoffs, flipping out in the dugout, recording the last out of the World Series and much more! After the Sale interview we discuss the weirdness of Steven Wright's last 3 years leading up to this 80-game PED suspension and answer your Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Mar 13, 2019
Episode 237: The Roast of Josh Kantor
The Fenway Park organist, Josh Kantor, went on a Twitter rant about us using a YouTube clip of one of his tunes for our intro. This clip has been in our podcast since 2015. How many times has he reached out to us about pulling this song? Zero times. Is Josh Kantor a clown? Yes, and we discuss this madness at length on today's show. We also talk how Dustin Pedroia's impact on this year's team could be bigger than you think, if now was the right time for Alex Cora to call out E-Rod, a random recap of the madness of 2011's Game 162 sparked by a sit-down Jared recently had with Evan Longoria, your Down in the DM questions and much more. Enjoy!
Mar 05, 2019
Episode 236: Voicemail Time
For the first time in Section 10 Podcast history we are taking your voicemail questions and they are some GEMS! We first talk about Hanley Ramirez signing with the Indians and wonder why he didn't land anywhere last year, suggest that the Red Sox should base the World Series ring size for each player on how much he contributed to the team, honor Nick Cafardo's life after his tragic passing last week, recap the weirdness of Yankee fans flipping out over Troy Tulowitzki flipping out after hitting a spring training home run, how sad it is that the Yankees need to now celebrate extending their average center fielder, and why Drew Pomeranz was actually a hero last year. We then get to your awesome voicemail questions, and close out with Red Sox Lottery and the Maine Question of the Week. Enjoy!
Feb 27, 2019
Episode 235: It's Time to Party
The Red Sox start playing baseball games Friday, Dennis Eckersley just signed a big extension to call a ton more Sox's officially time to party! Today we talk how Jared's spring training trip is going so far including a breakdown of Trevor Bauer's bizarre dating rules, the Manny Machado signing in San Diego and whether we love or hate that kid Yankee fan that lost his mind over it, how pumped we are to have Eck in the booth more and how the radio broadcast is having literally everyone with a pulse call games this year, how much the Sox need to repeat as champions...of the Grapefruit League, and we close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. That and much more. Enjoy!
Feb 21, 2019
Episode 234: Brock Holt
The one and only Brock Holt joins us today to talk about, well everything. First off, shoutout to Brock for being the first 2-time Red Sox player guest in the podcast's history. An enormous accomplishment. We talk with the 2-time World Series champ about whether or not it hurts that he's not even the most recognizable member of his own family, a behind-the-scenes look at his postseason cycle in Yankee Stadium, how much Dustin Pedroia texts him about this upcoming year, how the Sox knew they had something special during that 16-1 BLOWOUT of the Yankees, an update on which Sox player he has the biggest bromance with after all those post-homer hugs with JD, how everyone on the team saw that Aaron Judge 'New York, New York' boombox nonsense and was waiting to troll him with it once they won the series, a funny story about the Chris Sale flip-out in the dugout during the World Series, the exact moment he knew they were going to win the World Series, whether the #FlowBros will ever come back, and how much he loves his relatively new nickname. That and much more on a packed episode today. Enjoy!
Feb 13, 2019
Episode 233: Tom Verducci
We have the one and only Tom Verducci of Sports Illustrated on to talk about his MLB Network special titled 'Alex Cora: The Making of a Champion' set to air Tuesday at 9pm on MLB Network. Verducci sat down with Cora and went over his entire life, playing and now coaching career and it's an amazing collection of stories and behind-the-scenes discussion. We also talk to Tom about Curt Schilling's Hall of Fame chances, why he thinks the Red Sox will repeat as World Series champions and much more. Down in the DMs are back as well after a 1-week hiatus so there ya have it, folks. Enjoy!
Feb 11, 2019
Episode 232: Best Athlete In Baseball
We debate if Mookie Betts is in fact the best athlete in MLB after winning the MVP and yet another trophy in bowling. We also propose a wild idea for Truck Day that would for sure make it way more entertaining, compare the dominance of the Patriots and the Red Sox this century, and go through a lengthy list of listener questions that's obviously capped off with the Maine Question of the Week. That and much more. Enjoy!
Feb 07, 2019
Episode 231: Bye Bye Dwew
Drew Pomeranz is gone and we are just a bit excited about it. We recap an up and (very) down couple of years for Dwew in Boston, also recap our guy Jarrod Saltalamacchia's time with the Sox after he announced his retirement, talk the addition of Jenrry Mejia even though he was banned from baseball, dig deeper as to what that pic with Brock and Kimbrel might mean, talk David Price trolling Steve on the Twitter machine, break down your suggestions for which Red Sox player would make the best Patriots player, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Jan 30, 2019
Episode 230: Winter Weekend Part IV (feat. Dave Dombrowski)
We've got Red Sox President of Baseball Operations Davey Dombrowski in the BUILDING for a packed episode today. In the interview with Dombrowski we go over what big moves he has had to hold off on, how many of the big Red Sox upcoming free agents he expects to re-sign, how much money he expects Mookie Betts to get once he hits the open market, what it's like dealing with a huge payroll vs. a small payroll and much more. We also recap our 4th trip to Foxwoods for Red Sox Winter Weekend. We're so thankful for the amount of people that were rocking Section 10 gear and that came up to chat and just talk baseball and all sorts of stuff. You guys are truly the greatest! Our behind-the-scenes Winter Weekend breakdown has it all so sit back and enjoy!
Jan 23, 2019
Episode 229: Bryce to the Red Sox, Who Says No?
We somehow talk ourselves into Bryce Harper signing a 1-year deal with the Sox this year. Just go with it. We also talk Coley's trip to Puerto Rico and a potential Section 10 appearance there in the future, give our expectations for Winter Weekend and discuss some of our favorite moments from past visits to Foxwoods, get a live text update from JD Martinez on whether or not the Drake curse is a real thing, break down what Mookie Betts' record-setting $20M deal for 2019 means for his future with the Sox, and close with our Red Sox Lottery and Down in the DM segments. Enjoy!
Jan 16, 2019
Episode 228: The Kimbrel Dilemma
Will Craig Kimbrel re-sign with the Red Sox? We don't know, you don't know, and ya mom don't know but we break down the chances we see Dirty Craig back in Boston anyway. We also talk Hubbs hating everything about the Yankees' lack of moves this offseason, how the Tulowitzki addition in the Bronx is laughable, break down a list of your Top 5 current Red Sox players you would want to have a beer with, and close with our Red Sox Lottery and Down in the DM segments. Enjoy!
Jan 11, 2019
Episode 227: Machadon't Even Care, Bro
Yankee fans legitimately think we're scared of their club adding Manny Machado. The same guy that has a career batting average of .147 against the Red Sox starting rotation and did literally nothing against this team in the World Series. Good luck with that. We talk Winter Weekend expectations with the big event at Foxwoods just a short 2 weeks away, if we were sad at all to see David Robertson sign with the Phillies, how people need to be more excited for the potential of Craig Kimbrel returning to the Red Sox, give SeatGeek a big shoutout for being our presenting sponsor for the 2019 season, recap how much we love Red Sox alumni returning to Fenway and close with our Red Sox Lottery and Down in the DM segments. Enjoy!
Jan 04, 2019
Episode 226: Farewell 2018, The Red Sox Won The World Series
Oh what a year 2018 was. Not sure if you guys noticed, but the Red Sox did in fact win the World Series. Had to check with our podcast historian but he confirmed that this definitely happened. We open the show with a brief breakdown of potential moves the Sox could make during the rest of the offseason, then give everyone a big shoutout for all the Section 10 merch they got for Christmas, recap our top moments of the podcast in 2018 including recaps of our favorite interviews and events, Roger Clemens is our Red Sox Lottery selection and we close it out with your phenomenal DM questions and one last farewell to an amazing year for the Red Sox and this show. Enjoy and Happy New Year!
Dec 28, 2018
Episode 225: The Popular Vote
The Section 10 Podcast is the most popular podcast in Massachusetts and Connecticut but like no big deal at all, bro. We talk how much life has changed with this popularity, why we actually want Manny Machado to sign with the Yankees, break down a cryptic tweet by Catherine Varitek, propose a must-have item for Fenway Park next season, discuss a Red Sox player tweeting at Jared out of nowhere, and close with our Red Sox Lottery and Down in the DM segments. Enjoy!
Dec 21, 2018
Episode 224: Thank You Joe Kelly
Jimmy B has signed a 3-year deal with the Dodgers and we just wanna say thanks. Joe Kelly had a very up-and-down time with the Red Sox but we embraced him and he embraced us. He was a phenomenal guest for us on Episode 167 and we can't thank him enough for what he did this October being a big part of the Red Sox World Series title run. We also talk Ian Kinsler moving on, Mike Napoli calling it a career, Jared video-bombing Evan Drellich's TV takes, the Red Sox clearly not being on level playing ground with the Yankees and close with our Red Sox Lottery and Down in the DM segments. Enjoy!
Dec 15, 2018
Episode 223: World Series DVD Commentary
Today we do a live movie commentary during the Red Sox World Series DVD and explain the many changes we would have made to it. We also break down the Nathan Eovaldi signing and more. Enjoy!
Dec 06, 2018
Episode 222: Voicemail Time (feat. Alexandra Cooper)
It's that time of year again, folks. You guessed it...Night before Thanksgiving voicemails! We open talking some random Red Sox offseason notes before getting to your voicemails and oh baby, they are absolute gems. We have Alexandra Cooper of Barstool's Call Her Daddy podcast on to explain a certain voicemail that included something a girl wanted to do to Jared, and yea it's wild. We then give our Christmas wish lists for what our friends at are going to get us, Jared calls out a few IG commenters, Steve talks exactly how he's gonna make up with Guerin Austin, and we close with Red Sox Lottery and your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Nov 28, 2018
Episode 221: Mookie Betts, The MVP
Markus Lynn Betts has won the American League MVP and yet we're somehow still just pissed that Alex Cora wasn't Manager of the Year. We relive Mookie's biggest moments of the season, talk why no one should have been surprised by Bill James' "controversial" tweets, tell Justin Verlander to calm down, analyze why Kate Upton may have to re-evaluate her role with the BBWAA, get pumped over Steve Pearce coming back and confirm that he is for sure from Boston, go through your top guests that you want on the podcast this offseason, ask for your drunk night before Thanksgiving voicemails, answer some Down in the DM questions and close with what we are most thankful for following a World Series winning season for the Boston Red Sox. Enjoy!
Nov 20, 2018
Episode 220: Super Slugger
It's the beginning of Awards SZN in Major League Baseball and that dude JD Martinez just made Silver Slugger history. Jumbo Dong is the first player ever to win 2 Silver Slugger Awards in the SAME DAMN SEASON. This good at hit. We start talking an amazing Fred Lynn commercial that resurfaced, announce the winner of our BODYARMOR contest that got a Mookie Betts autographed ball, give JD Martinez his own appreciation segment, talk how unfortunate it is that the Yankees have won absolutely no awards after a 100-win season, give a big shoutout to Section 10 commenter Brock Holt, a behind-the-scenes story on Joe Kelly, preview a potential Section 10 watch party for the World Series DVD in a few weeks, your reactions to how you survive during the baseball offseason, and close with Red Sox Lottery and Down in the DM. Enjoy!
Nov 13, 2018
Episode 219: Duck Boat Diaries feat. Eduardo Nunez
Big-time cookies type of episode today folks. Before we're joined by World Series Champion Eduardo Nunez AKA Noontime, we start by breaking down Jared and Coley's wild adventure on a duck boat for the Red Sox World Champs parade through Boston, how Jared doesn't remember much of anything after the parade was over, which Sox players they interacted with when they were up there, and what Raffy Big Scoops is actually like in real life. We then interview Eduardo Nunez talking about how he just found out about his nickname Noontime, the clubhouse mentality completely changing for this team in Spring Training, this Sox team loving to rock chains, Nunez falling over literally everything during the season and the World Series, how close this team was all year, how the team gets over language barriers especially guys like Devers, Cora laughing at Nunez when he said he was gonna die after getting hit by a pitch, and recap the whole postseason journey. After the Nunez interview we break down the overreaction to the Cora "Suck on it" line, the future of Dalton Furbush, a huge reason why Pomeranz actually helped this team win the World Series, JD Martinez not being an MVP finalist being the dumbest thing of ever and then close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Nov 06, 2018
FOR THE 4th TIME IN THE LAST 15 YEARS THE BOSTON RED SOX HAVE WON THE WORLD SERIES! That. Actually. Happened. Where the hell do we even begin? We start things off talking how great it is to update the intro with World Series champs in there, kick it all the way back to Spring Training and talk the full journey of getting to this point, whether JD or Cora was the more important addition this offseason, what one moment sticks out the most when we immediately think back to this postseason run, Jared's time in LA at the games, how pumped we are for the behind the scenes stories in the World Series DVD, how the whole team felt like they let Eovaldi down after his phenomenal performance in Game 3, Sale's World Series pump-up speech vs. Papi's World Series pump-up speech, the National League's rules still being moronic, 3B defense for the Sox somehow being reliable in the postseason, the whole journey for David Price to get to the point where he holds the cards now, how easy the Sox made it look this October but how it didn't quite feel like that as a fan, Sox now owning the New York, New York song forever, Barstool's new championship merch being amazing, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions and a major shoutout to each and every one of you guys. You have made this an amazing year and we can't thank you enough for joining us on this journey. WORLD SERIES CHAMPS!! GOLD BOTTLES BABY LET'S GO!!!
Oct 30, 2018
Episode 217: Two More Wins
The Boston Red Sox are two wins away from becoming World Series champions once again. LET US GO! We start recapping how wild a week it has been thus far with the Barstool Radio shows at Lansdowne Pub and the next-level buzz around Fenway, how Hubbs is greatly benefiting from this Sox run, remind everyone that the Dodgers indeed won zero games over the last few days, reveal the reason why we don't break Sox-related stories when we get inside info, if there was too much hype for the Kershaw-Sale matchup, destroy the Dodgers pitching coach for complaining about the fans being too close to the bullpen, acknowledge the wild atmosphere at Fenway for the first 2 games of this World Series, the true MVP of the bullpen so far in the postseason, Cora pushing all the right buttons once again, the absolute shock of Eduardo Nunez hitting a 3-run bomb, David Price's dominance in Game 2 and what we should now call him when mentioning his postseason career, Dave Roberts clearly throwing this series so he can celebrate again with the Sox, Yankee fans not understanding that "Yankees Suck" is a lifestyle instead of a head-to-head only phrase, 5 words to describe what we expect over the next three days at Dodger Stadium, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. LET'S GO WIN THIS DAMN WORLD SERIES!
Oct 26, 2018
Episode 216: Just Win the World Series
All we're asking for is for the Sox to win it all, that's really all we're asking for here. On today's World Series preview show we talk how long this podcast has been waiting for this moment, which team neutral fans are picking to win it all, a fun fact that people for sure forget about this Sox club, take a trip down memory lane of how many random things have taken place throughout this season that we almost forgot about, Jared's blog about how he wouldn't be here without the 2013 Red Sox, our fondest memories from the 1916 World Series, all-time hypothetical lineup made up of 04/07/13/18 World Series rosters, Coley's dog making his Section 10 debut, and we close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions and some parting predictions for this World Series. GO SOX!
Oct 23, 2018
The 2018 Boston Red Sox are American League Champions and on their way to the WORLD SERIES! Let's GOOOOOOOOOO! We open talking David Price and his remarkable performance in Game 5, how wild it is that Alex Bregman didn't think his IG story troll would become a big deal, how shocked we are that this series only went 5 games, updated feelings for Chris Sale after his trip to the hospital and being pushed back in the ALCS, what we expect from a struggling Craig Kimbrel in the World Series, how a former Red Sox player came out of nowhere to help the team advance, what moment meant the most to the Sox beating the Stros, if any of us expected this kind of performance from Jackie Bradley Jr, recap the madness of the fan interference call on the potential Mookie Betts catch in Game 4, a theory on why Kate Upton was so upset on the Twitter machine, and look ahead to expectations and who we want to face in the World Series. We then close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions and more. WORLD SERIES LET'S GO!
Oct 19, 2018
Episode 214: On to Houston
Coming off a couple great Section 10 Live Shows in Boston, and a big ALCS Game 2 win, we are ready for three more in Houston! We start talking favorite moments from the Live Shows over the weekend, recap David Price's start and if we feel any differently about him for the rest of the postseason, the bullpen being surprisingly impressive so far, updated feelings on Chris Sale after his lower average velocity and visit to the hospital, what we are most looking forward to in the upcoming games in Houston, Matty Barnes "pine tar" nonsense, and what we think about Alex Bregman's somewhat random yet expected IG troll of Nathan Eovaldi. We then close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions and more. Enjoy!
Oct 16, 2018
Episode 213: Daaaaaaaaaaa Jankees Lose!
The Red Sox just went into New York and ended the Yankees season. In what's been a historic year for this club, they also get to say they sent the New York Jankees into the offseason. LET'S GO! We start talking everything that went down in Game 4, how Jared was actually prepared to fight Yankee fans, the perfect silence in the stadium after the Yankees lost, a couple of could-be grand slams, Kimbrel having a wild 9th inning, the joy of celebrating a playoff series win in the Bronx, Giancarlo Stanton being awful, Aaron Judge being the sole reason the Yankees lost the series, why it's ok for this chapter of the rivalry to not be like '03 and '04, and the madness of the Yankees not knowing the start time for Game 3. Then comes our Fuckin with Hubbs segment where we talk the current state of Eric's depression, Twitter needing to tell him to not kill himself, how the Yankees hit no homers at home in this series, which Yankees thing helped the Red Sox more between #DoDamage, We Want Boston, and Judge playing Sinatra by the Sox clubhouse, and how gracious Hubbs actually was in defeat. We wrap with the exhaustion that series caused all of us, a shoutout to Brock Holt for making postseason history, an announcement on an ALCS Live Show this weekend, recap our ALDS bold predictions, and who won the hypothetical series MVP. Enjoy.....DAAAAAAAAAAA JANKEES LOSE!
Oct 11, 2018
Episode 212: On to New York
The Sox won one, they lost one, and we're on to New York. We open talking how WILD the Section 10 Live Show turnout was - You guys are simply amazing for flooding Cask n' Flagon for our show, line out the door, show intro was insane, all we could have asked for. This Just In: We're looking to do another one ASAP! Then we got to talking about David Price's Game 2 start and how we actually had some confidence going into it, what we do now after another postseason stinker for him, why the atmosphere at Fenway seemed a bit off for the first two games of this series, how the Yankees would have definitely won Game 1 if baseball was 10 innings long, if Mookie Betts isn't getting enough blame for his poor postseason performance so far, what the Sox will do with Chris Sale in the rest of this series after his impressive performance in Game 1, recap our general feeling right now as the Sox are set for two games in the Bronx, aliens potentially ending the world so none of this mattering, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Oct 08, 2018
Episode 211: JD Martinez and ALDS Preview
This is a BIG ONE, folks. We are joined by Jumbo Dong himself, JD Martinez, from the Red Sox dugout. We begin the interview talking the longest offseason of all time and how miserable it was when we briefly thought the Sox weren't gonna land JD, him getting noticed a lot more as he started to dominate this season, how much he can lift (bro), a story of how he met Manny Ramirez and learned a unique hitting tip from him, being raised to respect the game and not get too cocky but how he still loves guys like Javy Baez who leave it all out there, talks a funny story of almost getting concussed trying to catch A-Rod's 3,000th hit, Yankee Stadium dimensions being ridiculous, how he wanted to face the Yankees in the ALDS, his expectations for the madness of this series, funny breakdown of how he got his walk-up song, Mookie Betts even pops in at the end. All that and much more! After the interview we reminisce on an amazing regular season, do a full preview of the ALDS with bold predictions, look ahead to our Live Show at Cask 'n Flagon this Saturday, and prepare you for the war that is starting at Fenway Park on Friday night. LET'S GO!
Oct 05, 2018
Episode 210: David Ortiz
It finally happened. Big Papi is in the BUILDING! Very excited for today's interview with the most clutch hitter in Red Sox history. In our sit-down with David Ortiz we talk about the 2004 ALCS and how much he specifically remembers from each game, the time he almost killed Tanyon Sturtze in a brawl with the Yankees, how brawls in baseball today have changed, whether he ever considered coming out of retirement, what he told this Red Sox team after they set the record for most wins in franchise history and more! After the interview we talk our immediate feeling for this Sox team in the postseason after Sunday's game ended, how wild it is that we barely talked about Andrew Benintendi this year, a little Wild Card Game debate, and compare JD's stats to that of Manny Ramirez in 2004. Enjoy!
Oct 02, 2018
Episode 209: Award Show
Here we are. The 1st Annual Section 10 Award Show. We asked and you guys delivered with 10 awards to give out after a memorable regular season for this podcast and the Boston Red Sox. The awards are as follows: Favorite Guest of the Year, Favorite Section 10 Twitter Trend, Most Surprising Performance in a Good Way, Best Section 10/Red Sox Related Barstool Shirt, Biggest Waste of Space (Put Him in the Bathroom Award), Red Sox Beat Reporter Guest That Sucks the Least, Most Memorable Red Sox Moment, Best at Hit, Most Trust-Worthy Reliever, and Most Valuable Player. We sprinkle in some surprises throughout this Award Show and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Sep 27, 2018
Episode 208: Most Wins Ever
The 2018 Boston Red Sox have now won more games in a season than any Sox team ever...and that's something to celebrate. We open talking the latest on a possible Section 10 Live Show before Game 1 of the ALDS next Friday, recap how the Sox celebrated clinching the AL East title in New York last week, the phrase Boom Sauce gets thrown around frequently, whether we'd rather play the Yankees or the A's in the ALDS, the latest on Didi Gregooski's status, thank Alex Cora for putting Drew Pomeranz into a game that we didn't want to watch anymore, a twist that we may throw into a future interview with a Red Sox star, the Yankees acting like they won the World Series after clinching a spot in the play-in game, an updated list of Red Sox relievers that we trust, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Sep 25, 2018
Episode 207: Tim Wakefield
Red Sox Hall of Famer and fan favorite Tim Wakefield joins us today to talk his very first memory of playing in Boston, the wildness of pitching to Jason Varitek in the 2004 ALCS, not loving the stigma that comes along with being a knuckleball pitcher, a behind-the-scenes look at Doug Mirabelli's police escort to Fenway, the best hitters he's made look silly, a hilarious Jose Canseco story, giving up a homer to Barry Bonds and the gesture he gave him right afterwards, a special moment he had after winning the ALCS in New York, his current relationship with Aaroon Boone following Game 7 in 2003, the atmosphere starting Game 1 of the World Series, his top memories from the parade, why Josh Beckett deserves more credit for his time in Boston, his favorite Terry Francona stories, when he knew it was time to hang 'em up, a funny story involving Steve from 2007, and whether or not he expects to get his number retired by the Red Sox. After the Wake interview we talk the disappointment of this Yankees series so far, what we expect the Sox to do to the Yankees road clubhouse if they clinch tonight, how bizarre that story of those two Somerville goofs picking up the AL East champs banner was, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Sep 20, 2018
Episode 206: Mitch Moreland
Mitchy Two Bags himself joins the podcast today to talk his top memories from playing with the Rangers - including his relationship with Ian Kinsler and favorite Josh Hamilton moments, his pitching career and how it was almost his full-time decision before hitting got in the way, when he first heard the nickname Mitchy Two Bags and his reaction to it today, where he got his toughness from with a special shoutout to a Red Sox alum, the steak and potatoes sound bite and how he was shocked it blew up, what All-Star week meant to him, an emotional call with his dad, biggest difference between last year's club and this one and much more. After the Mitchy interview we talk the exact scenario in which we want the Sox to clinch the AL East in New York, why day postseason games suck, odds of Chris Sale winning the Cy Young at this very moment, why the Sox and Mets need to play each other every year, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Sep 18, 2018
Episode 205: 100 Hot Takes (feat. Dave Portnoy, Evan Drellich, Gary Striewski, Scott Zolak, Rob Bradford, Steve Buckley, Chris Cotillo, Mike Mutnansky and Jimmy Stewart)
This is a wild episode, folks. To celebrate the Red Sox reaching the 100-win mark for the first time since 1946, we have 100 guests on to give their Red Sox hot takes. Well not quite 100, but here is today's guest list: Dave Portnoy, Evan Drellich, Gary Striewski, Scott Zolak, Rob Bradford, Steve Buckley, Chris Cotillo, Mike Mutnansky and Jimmy Stewart. We fly through Jared's contacts and get hot takes from each one of these studs. Strap in, because this is a rowdy one. Enjoy!
Sep 13, 2018
Episode 204: Alex Cora
#MyManager is in the BUILDING! This has been in the works all season, and Alex Cora delivers. Before the interview with the best manager in baseball we talk about how long the journey has been to getting access to interviews like Cora in the Sox dugout, thank each listener for their continued dedication to the show, what JD Martinez meant when he said it's like death looking at statistics, a certain Jimmy B clip being amazing and then it's Cora Time. In our interview with #MyManager we talk what his actual speech was to the team after they were no-hit in Oakland, how this team has stayed motivated while having a big lead in the AL East, the approach for Chris Sale and if he expects him to win the Cy Young Award, what specific moment he knew he had something special with this club, how moronic those ESPN in-game interviews are, the challenges a 5-game ALDS provides and the pure madness of the Wild Card Game, his 'quality start' comment on Luis Severino and how he regrets saying it, and close with a funny hypothetical. After the interview we rip a certain group of individuals, give an updated list of bullpen guys that we trust, talk our biggest takeaways from the Astros series and how much a matchup with Houston would concern us in the postseason, the Sunday Night Baseball crew still being an odd mix, and Dallas Keuchel calling out MLB for some conspiracy BS. That and much more, enjoy!
Sep 11, 2018
Episode 203: Agent Zero
Brandon Phillips is the greatest Red Sox player of all time to wear number 0. What. A. DEBUT. We open talking how amazing Dat Dude's performance was on Wednesday, how sad it is that the Yankees, Luis Severino, and Gary Sanchez legit suck, Drew Pomeranz still needing to GTFO, how enjoyable it is to cancel plans to stay in and watch the Sox, where Rick Porcello ranks among MLB's greatest hitters of all time, why bringing Pedroia back now makes no sense, give more much-needed live updates from the series finale of Sox-Braves, a Red Sox Lottery segment where the player we picked actually called in live to the show - this was awesome, and close with an update from the top DM last week involving Rachel and Dylan. Enjoy!
Sep 06, 2018
Episode 202: Dalton Furbush
The Red Sox are likely on their way to a third straight AL East title but they sadly won't be joined by the one and only Dalton Furbush for the push for October. We open talking an upcoming live show for Section 10, give much-needed live updates from today's Sox game, debate our least favorite parks to watch the Sox play at, a key takeaway from the White Sox series, every Dalton Furbush take under the sun, what impact to expect from Brandon Phillips at the big league level, chances that Chris Sale can still win the Cy Young Award, reaction to Big Papi ripping that BS betting report, when it's time to pay close attention to the Magic Number, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Sep 04, 2018
Episode 201: We Fine
The Sox swept the Marlins and now we can all calm TF down. We open talking the 11-run inning madness that happened Wednesday night, Kimbrel and the bullpen being VERY unreliable right now and who we can actually trust in this pen come October, break down expectations for the last month of the season, and then we're joined by Marty the Mush. This guy may be our biggest concern in October because he's got curse potential written all over him. We talk Marty's background (including a random appearance on House of Cards) and look ahead to his upcoming bets for the postseason. We then close the show with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions and more. Enjoy!
Aug 30, 2018
Episode 200: Curt Schilling
Yes, we have friend of the program and 3-time World Series champion Curt Schilling back on the show to celebrate our 200th episode. First off, this one goes out to you guys. YOU are the reason we do this show. A lot of work goes into this podcast and you constantly prove why it's all worth it. The shirts, yelling out the catchphrases, following along with us on Twitter for every game. Simply put, you guys are the real MVP. To the show! We start talking the wild ride we've taken to 200 episodes, the early days in Pete's basement all the way to recording in the studio in NYC and Coley joining the show this year. This leads us to the Schilling interview where we talk recent Red Sox struggles, Curt's concern about Chris Sale, the biggest challenges the 2004 and 2007 Red Sox faced in their World Series runs, if JD and Manny comps are legit, the importance of winning the Cy Young Award, and Curt closes it out with a jab at Dan Shaughnessy. We wrap up the show talking how the Sox need to either fix the nicknames or just straight up ban the Players' Weekend jerseys, how wild it was that they almost went a calendar year without getting swept, and laugh at Yankees fans that actually think they are back in the AL East hunt. Enjoy, and than you again for your loyal support!
Aug 28, 2018
Episode 199: Smells of October
This Sox-Indians series has a different kind of feel to it. An October feel to it to be exact. Today we talk which Red Sox pitchers we would actually trust in the postseason, FLIP on the 2019 Sox schedule which is maybe the worst schedule in the history of schedules, find it funny that Yankee fans actually think they still have a chance in the AL East, give Pedro a shoutout for roasting the Yanks and answer your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. That and much more, enjoy!
Aug 23, 2018
Episode 198: Cause for Concern?
Chris Sale is heading back to the DL and we are sorta kinda not worried...sorta. We start with some breaking news involving Wally and Jared, implement a new Section 10 signal for everyone to use in public, how initial reactions made it sound like Chris Sale was dead and whether or not Manfred has actually secretly banned him, the Yankees being dickheads for not being able to catch up and make this a fun pennant race, the PawSox sad move to Worcester, updated requests for Section 10 shirt pics, David Price continuing to make Steve look dumb and rip reporters in the clubhouse, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Aug 21, 2018
Episode 197: Mo Vaughn
1995 AL MVP, 3-time All-Star, and Red Sox Hall of Famer Mo Vaughn joins us on the show today. We talk his new clothing line, how the Red Sox winning it all in 2004 made life so much better for all the alumni that came before that team, Mo loving everything about playing in Boston, how he's not worried about getting credit for being the last wave that led to the title in '04, where his "Hit Dog" nickname ranks with some of the best in baseball in the 90s, what it meant to be the last Sox player to wear No. 42, the tough decision to leave Boston for Anaheim after the 1998 season, his much-enjoyed time playing in the Cape League, how much he follows this current Sox team, hating social media, and David Ortiz comps he's gotten over the years. After the great interview with Mo we talk a wild event that almost happened on the podcast, give Kirk Minihane a shoutout, continue to discuss the greatest Triple-A player ever, how Rick Porcello is the United States champion, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Aug 16, 2018
Episode 196: Wins for Sale
Chris Sale can't be stopped, the Red Sox can't be stopped, who needs some extra wins? Because we got 'em. We open with a little bday debate, then talk David Price making Steve look dumb, how it wasn't even that fun watching the Sox sweep the Orioles, Steve Pearce being a legend, comparing this team to the 2007 Red Sox, Chris Sale being insanely rude by not allowing other teams to hit the baseball, a quick in-show call to Jonny Gomes for an exclusive item that we need, cycle talk and where Mookie's cycle ranks among our favorite single-game moments ever, updated JD Martinez HR and RBI predictions, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Aug 14, 2018
Episode 195: Who Can Stop This?
We're just really trying to figure out who can beat this Red Sox team, because right now it looks like absolutely nobody. We start by promoting the #SendPomeranztotheSunDay hashtag after yet another bad start. Then talk who we trust in this bullpen, whether we have ever seen a combo quite like JD and Mookie (yes, including Papi and Manny), how Steve Pearce is for sure going to have a major moment in the postseason, a Wild Card debate that Jared is very fed up over, why the Sox should sit Chris Sale for the rest of the month, Wally being a certified G and a bonafide stud this year in every way shape and form, a quick new segment, Darren Lewis as our Red Sox Lottery pick, and close with you phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Aug 09, 2018
Episode 194: Get The Brooms Out
Daaaaaaaaaaaaa Jankees Lose!...4 times in a row in Boston. You simply love to see this! We kick things off breaking down Thursday's game and how much of a rollercoaster it was early, then talk Porcello's masterpiece, Luis Severino being trash now, why Cora got tossed at the perfect time, if Nathan Eovaldi can continue to be the greatest pitcher in Red Sox history, Hubbs having the worst weekend of his life, David Price turning it around in this version of SNB against New York, whether or not the A.L. East is officially locked up now, Coley's new nicknames for every Yankees player, and lots more. Enjoy!
Aug 07, 2018
Episode 193: Put Up or Shut Up
The Red Sox can put the Yankees even further in the rear view mirror this let's fuckin do it. We open talking Coley's wild trip down south, Xander Bogaerts' injury concern, Sale going to the DL and how worried we should be about that, Brian Cashman's laughable comments about the Sox, Blake Swihart being SO alive right now, and close with a Fuckin with Hubbs segment that previews every angle of this upcoming Red Sox-Yankees series in Boston. Enjoy!
Aug 01, 2018
Episode 192: Walk-Off Kings (feat. Smitty)
The Red Sox keep walking off on everyone's asses and we love it. We're joined by Smitty today as the Sox take on the Phillies. We open talking the walk-off by great air breather Blake Swihart, continue debating who would be the No. 2 starter for the Sox in the ALDS, Smitty gives his thoughts on where the Phillies can go this year, we break down the acquisition of Ian Kinsler, Mookie's walk-off BLAST, Eovaldi's solid debut, LoMo sucking, kid jumping out of a plane in a Section 10 shirt and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions!
Jul 31, 2018
Episode 191: The Roast of Drew Pomeranz (feat. PFT Commenter)
We've had enough of Dwew, you've had enough of Dwew, it's time to let it all out. We open talking the release of the Ted Williams "Citrus Hills Fuck This" shirts and how excited people already are for these bad boys, PFT Commenter has a smoking hot take, then we get into destroying Drew Pomewranz for being absolutely terrible at throwing a baseball effectively. We then talk how Blake Swihart is for sure still alive, the Sox acquiring flamethrower Nathan Eovaldi, randomly debate favorite baseball movie of this century, give Bill Mueller the credit he deserves for potentially being a huge reason why David Ortiz is what he is today, and re-visit the Sox-Yankees 2004 brawl with a ridiculous twist. We discuss JD Martinez not being human, Coley invents a new rule that will change MLB forever, and we close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Jul 26, 2018
Episode 190: Competition Wanted
The Red Sox are just so much better than everyone else. Give us some competition please, we beg of you. Today we discuss a wild Steve Pearce stat that no one is talking about, how close JBJ is to locking up the MVP, how JD Martinez taught JBJ you have to hit the ball to be good, resurface a NY Daily News article that has some WILD details about what was done to Ted Williams' frozen head, take a trip down memory lane to name the top shirts that were sold outside of Fenway in the late 90s and early 00s, celebrate Coley finally being in the intro, and debate if Raffy Big Scoops is ever going to improve his defense at third. We then close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Jul 24, 2018
Episode 189: Let The Games Begin
The unofficial 2nd half of the season has arrived and the Boston Red Sox are ready to whoop everyone's ass. We open wrapping up Jared's All-Star week in D.C., recap a funny story involving J.D. Martinez, talk the next Red Sox-specific Barstool shirt to drop, how much Xander Bogaerts has meant to this team this year, and break down our biggest expectations and concerns for the 2nd half of the season. We then close the show out with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions!
Jul 19, 2018
Episode 188: Put Him In The Bathroom
Jared and Feitelberg do this show from an actual bathroom in D.C. so get ready for a weird one. They talk partying with Chris Sale and J.D. Martinez, whether or not Dustin Pedroia will return this season, the all-over-the-place MLB All-Star week in D.C. and other random Red Sox discussion. Enjoy!
Jul 18, 2018
Episode 187: Nick Davis - Director of Ted Williams: "The Greatest Hitter Who Ever Lived"
This is a PACKED episode. We have a great sit-down interview with Nick Davis, the director and producer of the upcoming documentary on PBS titled Ted Williams: "The Greatest Hitter Who Ever Lived." We talk the frozen head, the '99 All-Star Game entrance, his poor relationship with his family, what it was like talking with Joey Votto and Bob Costas for the doc, Ted's obsessions with fishing, the pursuit of hitting over .400, competitive relationship with Joe DiMaggio, behind the scenes stories, and which scenes were saved for the bonus features. After the interview we talk a hilarious Ted Williams blooper, why Manny Machado to the Sox is simply stupid, a "hypothetical" discussion on Nolan Arenado coming to Boston, and close it out with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions.
Jul 12, 2018
Episode 186: What Is Losing?
Ever since we went on our trip to D.C. the Red Sox are a perfect 7-0. Is it because of us? No, but actually it probably is. We open talking how so many more Sox players should be in the All-Star Game, Jared informs Coley how wild it was that our D.C. Airbnb was miles and miles away from Nationals Park, we dive into an article by Kirk Minihane alleging that "no one cares about the Red Sox" in Boston, talk how David Price simply needs to figure it out (and now), debate which players we would have most wanted to also be on each of the Red Sox World Series champion teams from this century, and save your phenomenal DMs for Thursday's show. Enjoy!
Jul 10, 2018
Episode 185: After Dark Bonus
That's right folks....we dropped THREE podcasts on your fine asses this week. We recorded this pod after a night on the town in D.C. before July 4th and it is a doozie. We re-did the open to make sure we call this Ep. 185 and decided to have Petey Analytics hop back to get the whole band back together. Pete makes it clear how pissed he was that Jared and Steve got to hang with the Stanley Cup before him, mentions top things he misses from the podcast, and how Steve booking the Airbnb an hour from Nationals Park is surely not surprising. We then answer a TON of you Down in the DM questions and beers are consumed throughout this show so yea it's ON, people. Thank you so much to everyone that showed love in D.C. this week! We plan on doing more Section 10 on the Road episodes this season so be on the lookout for that. Go Sox, kid
Jul 06, 2018
Episode 184: July 4th in D.C.
Section 10 on the Road has arrived and it has arrived BIG. We made the trip to our nation's capital for July 4th and it did not disappoint. We open talking the highlights of the Sox sweep of the Nationals and agree that Ricky Raindrops having a bases-clearing double off of Max Cy Young Scherzer was the biggest moment of the series. Then we talk the introduction of the Jumbo Dong shirts, how it is physically impossible to get into Nationals Park, the Nationals stealing Steve's Hi-Lo concept, rating our trip on a 1-5 scale overall, top parks we want to visit next after knocking this one out, and our show comes to a close because the Stanley Cup is in the building.
Jul 05, 2018
Episode 183: The Wrong Price
Guys, David Price has to be better against the Yankees and we really just can't avoid that fact. We open talking how Yankee Stadium can't afford AC, a big-time spin zone on why David Price got rocked in the Bronx, behind-the-scenes look at what it's like to ump a Major League Baseball game like Jared did on Saturday, Trent makes his Section 10 debut to talk how the Red Sox can bring Ted Williams back to life and yea that one gets out of hand, give you guys a huge shoutout for continuing to dominate the Section 10 shirt assignments, preview our trip to D.C. that starts Tuesday and close out the show by emptying the bench.
Jul 03, 2018
Episode 182: The Right Price
Say whatever you want about David Price but he's winning ballgames right now...and that's honestly all you should care about. We open teasing a potentially hilarious scenario for Sunday, then talk Brandon Phillips signing with the Sox and what that means for the 2B situation, and debate how many ice cream scoops Rafael Devers earned on his impressive Wednesday night. This leads us to the David Price discussion centered around why everyone cares so much about what he says. We break down JD Martinez's historic half of the season and try to compare him to past sluggers on this team, what Hanley Ramirez meant by a reply he had to our Instagram promo, and debate when and where the right time is to wear MLB jerseys in public. We then close out the show with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!
Jun 28, 2018
Episode 181: FBI Hanley
Hanley Ramirez was under investigation by the FBI.....jk his "friend" threw him under the bus and then later said he had nothing to do with it. Before we get to the Hanley madness we talk potential of Adrian Beltre coming back to Boston, Xander Bogaerts needing to stop diving into first, how Alex Cora could 100% take over for Eduardo Nunez and be a better 2B right now, Chris Sale finally getting RUNS support, and Jared's interesting press box reaction. We then talk about the Hanley madness including reaction to the initial report, fallout from the speculation, crazy story on Hanley's friend falsely reporting him to the police, Hanley's IG story hints and much more. We close this one out with your Down in the DM questions and Emptying the Bench. Enjoy!
Jun 26, 2018
Episode 180: Durbin Feltman
If you don't know the name yet, get to know him. The Red Sox 3rd round pick from this year's MLB Draft Durbin Feltman can hit 99 MPH on the gun and has been the best closer in college baseball for 2 years straight. Before the interview with Durbin we talk the players on this roster that have to go, how Devers has reacted very well to the Scoop Theory, a full breakdown of how Chris Sale "sucks," and make a wild suggestion that might just happen this season. We then talk with Durin Feltman on how he gained 10 MPH on his fastball almost instantly, picking up new pitches while he was at TCU, loving the chaos of coming out of the bullpen, a full breakdown of his draft experience and anxiety, how he has looked up to Craig Kimbrel for a while now and hopes to be his setup man, and close with a very important walk-up song debate. We wrap up the show with Red Sox Lottery, Down in the DM, and Emptying the Bench. Enjoy!
Jun 21, 2018
Episode 179: Raffy Big Scoops
Rafael Devers has been playing some good baseball so it's time to get out the ice scream scooper folks. We open talking the new decorations for our studio highlighted by a phenomenal painting of Alex Cora walking over Big Papi bridge with a car blowing up in the background. After some miscellaneous nonsense we introduce a new segment called Stating the Facts, debate which starter between E-Rod, Steven Wright and David Price will slow down their hot stretch first, hit you with a brand new SeatGeek promo code for any MLB tickets (dub coupons bitch), break down the real meaning behind the name Red Sox, bring back Pete Blackburn to talk analytics, discuss the grasshopper nonsense that happened in Seattle, Benintendi's IG post with the GF dropped during the recording so yea that was a doozie, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions.
Jun 19, 2018
Episode 178: Nick Decker
We have the Red Sox 2nd-round pick from the MLB Draft Nick Decker in the BUILDING. Before that interview we talk E-Rod being on fire this season, come up with a brand new baseball stat, talk how we will remember Carson Smith's bizarre time with the Red Sox, give a possible reason as to why the Sox may have let a certain someone go, Joe Kelly needing to just stick to 2-out bases-loaded situations for the rest of his life, and make a hypothetical all-time random Red Sox all-star team. We do some Down in the DM questions and then get into the Nick Decker interview. We discuss the conflict of Decker being from Philly, break down his trip to Fenway, how he's a good looking guy and single so ladies - check this dude out, how he wanted to hit higher than .492 this year, his baseball idols growing up, how quickly he wants to get to the majors and much more!
Jun 14, 2018
Episode 177: Just What The Doctor Ordered
Mookie Betts is back, FINALLY. We open talking how the Sox just can't be losing a series to the Sox. That leads us to reminding you to not kill Blake Swihart, what can be done to fix the bottom of the Red Sox lineup, if a Manny Machado trade to Boston would make any sense, where we want to see the next Section 10 shirt pop up, backstory of how we thought we got catfished last week, much-needed suggestions on how to fix Rafael Devers, Steven Wright being the hottest player on the team, Drew Pomeranz needing to flee the country, suggestions for NESN, a blast from the past and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions.
Jun 12, 2018
Episode 176: Triston Casas
You got that right folks, today we are joined by the first pick of the Boston Red Sox in the 2018 MLB Draft: Triston Casas. Get to know the name, because this kid's a stud. Before the interview we talk JD Martinez's brilliance and one specific part of his game that not enough people notice, we have a unique challenge this week for the listeners, do a fake Felger & Mazz get upset about something useless debate, talk whether Drew Pomeranz has lost his spot in the rotation to Steven Wright, and give you an update on the status of Dustin Pedroia. This leads us to the Triston Casas interview where he confirms how amazing it is to hit a 516-foot home run, why he doesn't want to be like Pablo Sandoval, his tough history of being a Marlins fan, experience taking BP at Fenway and getting to meet members of the organization, a pickup line he used on girls in middle school, confirming the myth that they would have the neighbors by his baseball field move their cars when he took BP because he was gonna plunk them with moonbombs 500 feet away, his relationship with Eric Hosmer, and much more. We close with a Red Sox Lottery segment on Nomar Garciaparra, and your phenomenal Down in the DM questions.
Jun 07, 2018
Episode 175: Win Percentage Police (feat. Tyler from Mickstape)
The Red Sox continue to be in first place in the AL East but the win percentage dweeb Yankee fans will try to tell you that's false. We open welcoming Trill Withers aka Tyler I Am from Mickstape to the show today, then dive into the Red Sox-Astros series, how hilarious it was that ESPN interviewed AJ Hinch while his starter gave up an absolute moonbomb to Andrew Benintendi, a full breakdown of the Sunday Night Baseball crew and who has to go, a WAR debate and whether Mike Trout is actually better than Mookie Betts, Brock Holt being the MVP of the weekend in Houston for several reasons, Drew Pomeranz needing to be out of this starting rotation yesterday, and a inside info update on JD Martinez. This leads to our Fuckin with Hubbs segment where Eric Hubbs sounds dumb explaining win percentage, we also talk the Yankees issues with ESPN and how they have no clue how to fly a plane. We then close the show out with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions.
Jun 05, 2018
Episode 174: Win Hugs Repeat
The Red Sox keep winning and Brock Holt keeps hugging everyone. We kick things off with Coley's take on the Hanley news, then jump into Brock Holt's new tradition of hugging people in the dugout and on the field and where it all started, how JD Martinez's looks aren't talked about enough, a quick b-day shoutout to Manny Ramirez, our biggest surprises and concerns two months into the season, and close it out with Red Sox Lottery, Down in the DM, and Emptying the Bench. All that and much more!
May 31, 2018
Episode 173: Hanley's Curtain Call
This is a tough one folks, so get the tissues ready. We break down every single aspect of Hanley Ramirez's time with the Boston Red Sox after he was DFA'd last Friday. We jump right into it by talking how shocking this move was, how upsetting it became once this news really sunk in, reflect on how many players are still on this team from when we started Episode 1 of this podcast, how much Hanley meant to this city, his on and off the field shenanigans, how much he wanted to play for and win a title in Boston, and recap our favorite version of Hanley. We very briefly talk about how much Drew Pomeranz sucks, then get into Jared's busy weekend at Fenway, including a rather hilarious behind-the-scenes story, and close talking the Alumni Game and the changes we would make to it. That and much more, enjoy (through the tears).
May 29, 2018
Episode 172: Tingle Fingers Redemption
David Price is back and he is dealing, ladies and gentlemen. Whine all you want about who he's facing, but it's a very encouraging sign to see Davey Tingle Fingers pitching like this. We open talking how Blake Swihart's mom wants us dead for very obviously jokingly saying the Red Sox should kill Blake Swihart, then talk Mookie Betts being the greatest baseball player on the planet, how Mike Trout being ahead of Mookie in WAR makes literally no sense, how much Tropicana Field sucks and needs to be demolished immediately, a little recap of Game 2 of this Rays series and why this David Price is showing us something we haven't seen from him yet. We then have the following segments: Questions for Coley, the listeners' top 10 Red Sox alumni pitchers they would want to face, Red Sox Lottery, Down in the DM and finish it off with Emptying the Bench.
May 24, 2018
Episode 171: Power Couple
JD Martinez and Mookie Betts are doing things we haven't seen since, well that other power duo that took over Fenway in the early two thousands. We open talking how the hell anyone is going to stop JD and Mookie, test out some theories as to why Andrew Benintendi is red-hot right now (yes, they both involve his girlfriend that may or may not still be a thing), give a major shoutout to Jimmy Buchanan for winning yet again - this time in the themed road trip department, Didi Gregarooski going through a really tough time and how he may be homeless soon, talk top 3 interleague opponents we want the Red Sox to play every single year, how all over the place this Red Sox alumni game seems to be and which alumni pitcher we would most want to face today, and we close off the show with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions and our Emptying the Bench segment.
May 22, 2018
Episode 170: He Said, He Said
With Carson Smith's bizarre injury we are now left with a classic case of he said, he said. Smith blames being overused for the injury, and Alex Cora calls bullshit. We debate this odd situation, break down how much a student of the game JD Martinez really is, what the hell the Sox should do about Blake Swihart, answer your DM and twitter questions, have a big name for our Red Sox Bingo segment, and close by honoring Doc Wylie - A man that meant so much to us and the Endicott College community.
May 17, 2018
Episode 169: Hotel Chronicles (feat. Frankie Borrelli)
Get ready for a different kind of podcast folks. Jared and co. had quite an evening at Fenway and elsewhere and it ended up recording this week's first show from Frankie Borelli's hotel bed. We discuss a recap of last night's game, including Jonny Gomes surprising everyone at Baseball Tavern at midnight, Chris Sale still not getting enough run support, Jared's Taco Bell videos returning, a full recap of the return of Davey "Tingle Fingers" Price, some fake Red Sox prop bets with sports gambling now being legal, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions.
May 15, 2018
Episode 168: Don't Let Us Win One
Here's the deal, the Sox have made this very interesting by losing the first 2 games of the series to New York but we got something to tell you: Don't let us win tonight. We open the show talking Steve getting on the NESN broadcast during the game and dancing his ass off, bring Hubbs on to talk several things including him and Jared having a bizarre encounter with some ladies that had suggestive shirts, the atmosphere for these May games being unlike anything we've seen, Joe Kelly coming into the perfect situation especially after we prepared him for it on the pod this week, and our up and down thoughts on the Red Sox-Yankees London series. This leads us to a recap of Wednesday's brutal loss, we destroy the "don't jinx it" morons, talk Jared's tough 2nd night at Yankee Stadium, Matty Backpack Barnes being miserable, what we realistically expected from Craig Kimbrel in that tough 8th inning situation, and how these games are simply exhausting. We close recapping Jared's Red Sox AMA on Reddit, our Red Sox Bingo segment with this week's player being Brian Daubach, and your phenomenal Down in the DM questions.
May 10, 2018
Episode 167: Joe Kelly
Jim Buchanan is in the BUILDING. Yes, we got the one and only Mr. Brawl Joe Kelly on the podcast this week. We lead into Kelly's lengthy interview with a segment with Hubbs to preview the Red Sox-Yankees series. Then it's time for our Joe Kelly sit-down where we discuss the odd scenario that he found out he was dealt to the Red Sox, how great it feels to be able to throw over 100 MPH, the BS that he feeds the media when he doesn't want to answer a question, the creation of our favorite character Jim Buchanan, a full breakdown of the brawl with the Yankees and how he becomes a maniac in those situations, recap of how he spent his suspension including the Bruins playoff game and watching a Sox game in the bleachers with the fans, talk his charity that benefited greatly from the brawl, expectations for potential retaliation in this Red Sox-Yankees series, how different the clubhouse vibe is with Alex Cora over John Farrell, and close with if he would fight Tyler Austin in Rough N' Rowdy. We then end the show with a trip down memory lane on Don and Jerry and a unique Down in the DM request.
May 08, 2018
Episode 166: Mookie vs. World
Mookie Betts is the greatest player on the planet. Alright, glad we agree. We open talking Mookie making history with ANOTHER 3-homer game, randomly get into a Pokey Reese discussion, talk Didi being overrated, Mookie being a mash-homers-in-bunches kinda player, how awful the Sox are when Chris Sale pitches, our Red Sox Lottery segment, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions.
May 03, 2018
Episode 165: Fenway Friday's
Fenway Friday's made a surprising return this past week so we break down our bizarre weekend in Boston. This leads us to "Hate to See That" being dead, morons that actually don't want Dustin Pedroia to return, a surprise guest appearance from NBC Sports Boston's Evan Drellich, a quick recap of Monday's win over the Royals, Fuckin with Hubbs, debate over Yawkey Way being changed back to Jersey Street, Jared explaining the whole WEEI situation, and Jim Buchanan making a surprise appearance in the bleachers/taking over the world. We then close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions.
May 01, 2018
Episode 164: Exhale
The losing streak is over, we can all relax. We open talking how Tuesday's loss shouldn't have counted because of yet another NESN blackout, critique Devers' defense, how the Bruins played a role in the Red Sox getting some extra love this week, the MAJOR impact that Cash Considerations younger brother could play on the Sox if that's who they get in return for Roenis Elias, remind you to not forget about Brock Holt, and close with our Red Sox Lottery segment and some questions from the listeners.
Apr 26, 2018
Episode 163: Road Trippin'
Welp, that was quite a weekend. We recap everything about Jared's trip out west including meeting #OurManager Alex Cora and JD Mahtin-ez, a funny moment behind the scenes, filming promos in the outfield, and Saturday's no-hitter. We talk how it just straight up sucks that Price was that close to a great start on Sunday, the top suggestions our listeners had for Red Sox-related guests this season, have a VERY important homework assignment for you guys, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions.
Apr 24, 2018
Episode 162: When Is The World Series?
Guys, the Red Sox just keep winning. We don't know what to do with ourselves so we open talking about how it took Rafael Devers wayyyy too long to hit a grand slam this year - unacceptable. This leads us to a breakdown of the Sox blowing up Ohtani, Giancarlo Stanton likely being jealous of Mookie Betts, Stanton also not having furniture yet in his apartment and for some reason having a roommate even though he makes a billion dollars, David Price being a mix of Wolverine, Spiderman, and Henry Rowengartner, Section 10 fans taking over Anaheim, Lil Wayne potentially coming on the podcast and what that would sound like, our HUGE concerns with this Sox team, and we close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions.
Apr 19, 2018
Episode 161: Competition Wanted
The Red Sox simply can't lose. They hate losing. They are allergic to losing. We open talking mixed feelings on Marathon Monday as a whole and how pissed Steve is that he didn't get to go this year, talk Shohei Ohtani vs. David Price showdown on Tuesday night, how Ohtani has one of the weirdest requests for the fans that we've ever seen, people jumping on and off the David Price bandwagon, the Sox producing without Xander Boagerts, Tzu-Wei Lin vs. Brock Holt, Joe Kelly taking over the city of Boston, when the hell the Red Sox can expect to host another All-Star Game, and we read our letters to Rob Manfred expressing concern that the Red Sox will never get the real competition they deserve. We then close with your phenomenal Down in the DM Questions.
Apr 17, 2018
Episode 160: The Rivalry Is Actually Back On
It's taken a million days, but the Red Sox-Yankees rivalry is finally back on. We dive right into Wednesday's madness including David Price's odd short start, JD Martinez breaking through with a big grand slam, Tyler Austin's dirty slide into Brock Holt, and the entire fiasco of Jim Buchanan plunking Tyler Austin and then beating his ass when he charged the mound. We then dive into our earlier recorded portion of the episode which features "You Hate to See That" taking over the universe, what it means that Alex Cora took blame for a mess-up over the weekend, Hanley continuing to be just straight up awesome, and a rare Patriots Day debate. We close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions along with a brand spanking new segment.
Apr 12, 2018
Episode 159: Red Sox (Still) Going 161-1
It's a week since our "Red Sox Going 161-1" show and yup, nothing has changed. This team simply CAN'T LOSE. We start things off talking Sunday's huge comeback and what that means for this team moving forward this year, the Xander injury and how it could have been easily avoided, Hanley somehow surprising people even though we should have seen this production coming, and then a very serious topic: Giancarlo Stanton can't stop striking out and we suggest he get some help immediately. We bring Hubbs into the studio to talk about this horrific recurring issue where Giancarlo Stanton just sucks at baseball. This leads to a preview of the upcoming Red Sox-Yankees series in Boston, Pedroia doing the Jumbo Dong celebration in the dugout, Yankee fans being RATTLED from our Didi segment last week, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions along with a couple key show ideas that are coming up soon.
Apr 10, 2018
Episode 158: #WinTitsRepeat (feat. KFC)
The Red Sox are streaking and we have a new hashtag: #WinsTitsRepeat. You heard that right, folks. Hanley Ramirez has started a trend that will soon have titties out and about every night at Fenway Park. We open this show talking how obnoxious it is that Jared had to defend himself on Stool Scenes about tweeting on Giancarlo Stanton's 5 strikeout home opener, dive into the Sox 5-game winning streak and the odds of them actually going 161-1, talk the controversy behind Benny Buttcheeks AKA Benny Boyfriend and what we expect from Betty Teddy moving forward, how phenomenal the starting rotation has been so far and how realistic it would be for them to continue on this pace, Big Papi taking over the scene at the Marlins-Sox game, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions.
Apr 05, 2018
Episode 157: Red Sox Going 161-1
We're only 5 games into the season and it's very clear that this Red Sox team is going to finish the year 161-1. We open talking how unreliable Jim Buchanan has been so far, with a hint at why he blew the Opening Day game. This leads to a full breakdown of the bullpen, the Sox implementing the Fortnite celebrations, a Xander Bogaerts debate, Fuckin with Hubbs featuring a full critique of Giancarlo Stanton's moronic home run call, and Andrew Benintendi needing to dump his girlfriend immediately. We close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions and a brand new segment!
Apr 03, 2018
Episode 156: Season Predictions
Guys, we made it. Red Sox regular season baseball is finally here. LET'S GO! We start by introducing Coley Mick as a weekly guest of the podcast. Feits will still be on the show but alternating with Coley as we give you 2 shows a week once the season starts. This brings us to Swaggy D, Deven Marrero, being traded to the D-Backs and how that changes the outlook of the infield. We then talk Chris Sale getting hit by a comebacker but being just fine, Xander Bogaerts getting ripped this spring, Andrew Benintendi getting wifed up and how the reaction this got was even bigger than the Sox landing JD Mahtin-ez, and then it's season predictions time. What do we expect from the starting rotation, especially David Price? Biggest surprise on this team? Biggest concern? And then some tough over/under's. As always we close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions.
Mar 27, 2018
Episode 155: Kayce Smith
We are joined by Barstool's newest employee, formerly from Boston Sports Tonight on NBC Sports Boston and a ton of other stuff: Kayce Smith. We open talking how the regular season has somehow snuck up on us, discuss whether Aaron Judge should be banned for 2018 after tampering harder than anyone has ever tampered, and talk the Pedro GIF this week that proved hitting a baseball is physically impossible. We then get into the Kayce Smith interview, talking how she ended up in Boston, her experiences at CSN doing Boston Sports Tonight, how she handled the Boston sports media scene, her biggest influence while at CSN, why she chose to join Barstool, and close with her predictions for this upcoming Red Sox season. We close out the show talking the importance of David Price this season, if we expect the Sox starting rotation to stay healthy, and finish off with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions.
Mar 20, 2018
Episode 154: Dog Days of Spring
Spring training was super awesome for all of 5 days, it's time for some real baseball. We open the show with some big time gripes before getting into how long this spring training has felt and how nothing of major relevance has happened over the last week, Aneury Tavarez being the frontrunner for 2018 AL MVP, debate how many players in the Red Sox farm system an average fan needs to know, how Hubbs has a crush on Jared, and how Jared was for sure a little buzzed at work today. We then close, as always, with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions.
Mar 13, 2018
Episode 153: Way Back Wasdin Way
For this episode we are joined by special guest Pete Blackburn, aka Petey Analytics, aka Petey Platinums, aka that short kid. Lot of topics to get to as we start off with David Ortiz quote tweeting our promo last week, how often Papi is actually tweeting from his account, briefly talk Oscars and give Red Sox actor comps, and Red Sox lineup projections. We then discuss the biggest offseason topic of debate and that is (of course) whether or not the Yankees will release Giancarlo Stanton. This leads us to Jared being upset with twitter clowns again, if Blake Swihart will actually make this club, Yawkey Way name change suggestions from our listeners, and we close with your phenomenal Down in the DMs.
Mar 06, 2018
Episode 152: The Eagle Has Landed (feat. Evan Drellich)
It took a week but here we are, JD Martinez...aka Jumbo Dong Martinez...aka JD Mahtin-ez is officially a member of the Boston Red Sox. We open with Jared being pissed that zero reporters asked JD about that report that he was getting frustrated with negotiations and would "rather sign with another club." We then talk which Red Sox starter right now is least likely to be on the team in 2020 (including JD), who on this team actually has thick skin, how Hanley has been an absolute quote machine this week and even tossed us an RT, a quick debate on how many homers Papi would hit if he came back this year, Fuckin with Hubbs segment that becomes a bit of a feud, and talk about the new Red Sox player that could win MVP this year. This leads us to our interview with Evan Drellich of NBC Sports Boston. We open with how he has made history by becoming the first 3-time guest on the show, we then dive into why the JD Martinez deal was held up, what the new negotiations mean for him and the Red Sox moving forward, if there is controversy surrounding the Red Sox training staff, and then Drellich hangs up on us after we ask him the hardest question known to man. We then close with your phenomenal Down in the DMs.
Feb 27, 2018
Episode 151: J.D. Martinez Is (Finally) On The Red Sox
THE TIME HAS COME! J.D. Martinez is on the Red Sox and it finally feels like the baseball season is officially here. We break down every aspect of this J.D. deal including how much we love the contract itself, Yankees fans already getting defensive about the move, how much pressure this will take off the rest of the lineup, if J.D. being an oppo-heavy hitter is a problem, why we should have expected this move was inevitably going to happen, and a unique debate on why Alex Cora already had Martinez's No. 28. This leads us to our originally recorded (pre-J.D.) podcast. We talk how Cora has already changed the vibe around the Red Sox, if David Price could become fully-likeable in Boston, why no one is talking about Hanley Ramirez, what it means to this club to bring Eduardo Nunez back, and close with your Down in the DM awesomeness.
Feb 20, 2018
Episode 150: J.D. Or Not J.D.
Guys, the Red Sox are like throwing baseballs around and doing baseball stuff. LET'S GO! But, with pitchers and catchers reporting in Fort Myers today we are sadly still talking about the Red Sox vs. J.D. Martinez, shocker we know. We open debating the legitimacy of the report that J.D. is fed up with the Red Sox 'inflexibility' and he would rather sign with another club, talk if this potential quote would make things awkward if he signs with the Red Sox, and what other offers J.D. may have on the table. Then it's time to let you know that yes, the Red Sox could still win the AL East even if they don't sign J.D. Martinez. That is followed by the best possible path for the Sox to make a run deep into October this year, how insane and yet oddly expected it would be for the Red Sox to sign Logan Morrison and make you think that's actually a big move, if we're through with JBJ or not, and close with your phenomenal Down in the DMs.
Feb 13, 2018
Episode 149: Truck Day Sucks
Now folks, we don't want you to be thrown off by that title. What Truck Day represents is what we love, we just think the actual "event" of Truck Day is extremely stupid. Anyway we start off talking how dumb Truck Day is, give a shoutout to our boy Wally, the Red Sox making a HUGE signing by bringing minor league Aneury Tavarez back, how people actually debated this guy's relevance with Jared on the Twitter machine, get into George A. King III getting blasted by Section 10 followers on Twitter, "Raffy Big Stick" making it onto a Devers baseball card, what Betts winning his arbitration case means for the Sox moving forward with Mookie, talk how awful the offseason continues to be, MLB absolutely needing to bring back bullpen carts, and we close with your phenomenal Down in the DMs.
Feb 06, 2018
Pedro Mania Part II (feat. Coley)
Here we have the 2nd half of our Pedro Martinez episode. We open talking Pedro's phenomenal 17-strikeout performance at Yankee Stadium late in the 1999 season, we then discuss the ups and downs of Pedro's 2004 season, how he shockingly still finished 4th in AL Cy Young voting that year, and we debate who had a better career between Pedro and Clemens. This leads us to the "Who's your daddy?" portion of the show. Steve shares his story of going to Yankee Stadium for ALCS Game 2 in 2004 and how those chants will never be louder and we may never experience that hostility in the Stadium or Fenway ever again, we mix in A-Rod's antics from the 2004 ALCS and how wild it is that we prefer A-Rod now. We talk whether we'd be able to pick Karim Garcia out of a crowd today, how Pedro got screwed with the Hall of Fame voting percentage, the classic fights and brawls that Martinez started, the story behind how he wanted to fuck Sandra Bullock, the importance of "Pedro Day," and we close out our 2-part series with what moment first comes to mind when we hear the name Pedro Martinez. This was awesome.
Feb 01, 2018
Episode 148: Pedro Mania Part I (feat. Coley)