Emmy winner Jen Royle joins Red and Denton to class up the joint, discussing the Red Sox, Baltimore, Joe Maddon, her charity date auction exploits and how when a guy tells you "There's more candy in the van," it's usually a red flag.
Listen. Learn. Enjoy.
The great Heidi Watney joins Red to discuss her time with NESN covering the Red Sox, hint at future plans, and explain how you can win her at the Project Cupid Charity Date Auction. Red somehow makes it through the whole damn thing without proposing or breaking down crying, and that makes us kinda proud. Kinda.
In this episode, WEEI's Mike Adams joins Red and Denton to make some bold predictions for the 2012 Red Sox. May include profanity and Daisuke Matsuzaka references.
The episode in which Red and Denton ask "what the hell happened to the Red Sox in September." And ponder a world in which Carl Crawford and John Lackey come alive in the postseason. And what's up with the Sullivan Tire guy's hair.
Red and Denton talk about the Red Sox' insane resurgence over the last three games of the Texas series. We also talk about hurricanes, pimp our upcoming Jimmy Fund event and explain why "Laverne & Shirley" never recovered from Shirley's departure.
Red and Denton step aside for legitimate insight from Stewart O'Nan, co-author (with Stephen King) of "Faithful." Somehow we manage to discuss 2004, 2007, JD Drew, Denton's community service and how the Sox will fare this summer in the span of 35 minutes.
Red and Denton disuss the Red Sox' recent reversal of fortune. However, it isn't long before the conversation spirals into desperate pleas for sponsorships, Denton's penchant for physical exams, and the argument for "kneecapping" John Lackey.
It's a question that we, as fans, need to ask ourselves. In convenient podcast form.
Red and Denton are joined by guest blogger Beth from CursedtoFirst.com to talk Red Sox, and together they tackle such fascinating and drug-induced topics as the peril of being picked to win it all, where Josh Beckett's head is at, what we can expect from Lester and Buccholz (beyond gaining the power of flight or shooting lightning bolts from their fingers), why you never discount the Yankees and why we will all -- every one of us -- eventually make love to Terry Francona. Okay, we made up the last one. But don't let that stop you.
Red and Denton discuss the joys of spring training, why JD Drew's 2007 ALCS grand slam isn't more famous, and what Ozzie Guillen would be like as Red Sox manager. Also, Red imitates Seinfeld narrating your wife having sex with Dave Roberts. Stay classy... with us!