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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.

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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.

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Realest Champs

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Can’t get enough, Love these guys. FREE CORA

Hell of a guy

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Not a Red Sox fan but a huge Carrabis fan

iTunes Ratings

2028 Ratings
Average Ratings
1875
25
18
9
101

Realest Champs

By ksaintjeannie - Mar 02 2020
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Can’t get enough, Love these guys. FREE CORA

Hell of a guy

By bschultz1120 - Jan 30 2020
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Not a Red Sox fan but a huge Carrabis fan
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Section 10 Podcast

Latest release on Aug 06, 2020

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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.

Rank #1: Episode 100: We Made It

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Here we are. The 100th episode of the Section 10 Podcast. We break down the entire journey that led us to this point, including a flashback to the 1st episode in Section 10 history. We name our all-time "Bathroom" list (sup Pete Abe). We talk the future of the podcast including a merch update. And we also have a sit-down with none other than Michael Felger, who gives us a real look at what drives him and how he has reached this level of success in the Boston sports media scene. All this plus your voicemails and a special Episode 100 montage to close it out.

Jun 20 2017

1hr 34mins

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Rank #2: Episode 246: Suns Out Guns Out

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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

54mins

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Rank #3: Episode 78: Season Predictions

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Once again, we deliver predictions and tackle over/unders for the upcoming season, which is less than a week away. We also discuss some final World Baseball Classic thoughts and discuss whether it's truly a "revenge tour" for Pablo Sandoval.

Mar 30 2017

1hr 28mins

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Rank #4: Episode 167: Joe Kelly

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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

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Rank #5: Episode 238: Chris Sale

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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

1hr 38mins

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Rank #6: Episode 41 (w/ Curt Schilling, Pt. 1)

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Part 1 of a two-part interview with former Red Sox pitcher (and future Hall of Famer) Curt Schilling. Discussing Curt's rise into a major league ace, his tenure with the Red Sox, the fallout with ESPN, and more. 

Jun 14 2016

1hr 34mins

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Rank #7: Episode 255: Kevin Millar

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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

1hr 41mins

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Rank #8: Episode 162: When Is The World Series?

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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

1hr 5mins

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Rank #9: Episode 151: J.D. Martinez Is (Finally) On The Red Sox

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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

1hr 24mins

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Rank #10: Episode 218: THE RED SOX ARE WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS!

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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

2hr 2mins

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Rank #11: Episode 300: Brock and Griff Holt

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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

2hr 8mins

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Rank #12: Episode 107: Kevin Youkilis

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We have 2-time World Series champion and Red Sox fan favorite Kevin Youkilis join the show to talk everything from his 9 seasons in Boston. We discuss when he charged the mound to tackle Rick Porcello, the difficulties of the 2007 championship season that people didn't know about, favorite Terry Francona memories, the dust up with Manny Ramirez and what Manny was really like behind closed doors, the "what ifs" of the 2008 season, the multiple feuds with Bobby Valentine including an untold story about Bobby V, his relationship with brother-in-law Tom Brady, almost getting kicked out of the Super Bowl and much more.

Jul 13 2017

1hr 44mins

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Rank #13: Episode 164: Exhale

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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

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Rank #14: Episode 88: Travis Shaw

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A very candid Travis Shaw joins the show to discuss his rise & fall with the Red Sox, as well as his strained relationship with Sox manager John Farrell and the trade that sent him to the Milwaukee Brewers. He discusses some Sox memories, the "Mayor of Ding Dong City" nickname and his new life in Milwaukee.

May 09 2017

1hr 24mins

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Rank #15: Episode 237: The Roast of Josh Kantor

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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

1hr 17mins

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Rank #16: Episode 193: Put Up or Shut Up

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The Red Sox can put the Yankees even further in the rear view mirror this weekend...so 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

1hr 18mins

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Rank #17: Episode 79: We Back, Way Back

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Discussing Opening Day and Chris Sale's first start, which ended in a Sandy Leon crushing a walk-off ding dong. The boys debate whether David Ortiz should have been at Fenway for the start of a new season, and whether Pablo Sandoval deserved to be cheered in his introduction. Down in the DM questions ask why Xandy isn’t leadoff and why Jess Moran still doesn’t have a job.

Apr 07 2017

1hr 19mins

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Rank #18: Episode 240: Season Predictions (feat. Durbin Feltman)

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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

1hr 44mins

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Rank #19: Episode 83: Pedro Martinez

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The legendary Pedro Martinez joins the show to talk about his career in Boston what it means to be a Hall of Famer. We also discuss the decision to replace a dominant Chris Sale with Craig Kimbrel in Toronto.

Apr 21 2017

1hr 2mins

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Rank #20: Episode 116: Raffy Big Stick

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We open talking the wild weekend that just went down in the Bronx. This includes how Rafael Devers proved he has enormous balls after launching a game-tying blast off a 103 MPH heater from Aroldis Chapman in the 9th, how this caused one of the greatest fan videos you'll ever see, Barstool at the Ballpark being a huge success, Drew Pomeranz showing he's here to stay, John Farrell continuing to forget how to manage baseball, your top 10 least favorite Yankees of all time, Pablo Sandoval's pathetic Players' Tribune post, and Dennis Eckersley being in on the Benny Biceps craze. These topics and much more, kid

Aug 15 2017

1hr 25mins

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Episode 339: Slump Buster

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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

1hr 4mins

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Episode 338: Worst Pitchers Ever

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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

1hr 6mins

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Episode 337: Vazquez Is The Moonman

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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

1hr 6mins

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Episode 336: Hell of a Start

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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

1hr 3mins

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Episode 335: Mookie's Gone For Good

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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

1hr 8mins

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Episode 334: One More Week

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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

1hr 7mins

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Episode 333: Pablo Is Still Fat

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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

1hr 6mins

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Episode 332: Aron Baynes

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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

1hr 26mins

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Episode 331: Baseball Is BACK

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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

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Episode 330: Peanut Guy

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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

1hr 6mins

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Episode 329: Keith Foulke

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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

2hr 6mins

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Episode 328: Time to Listen

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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. https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/

Jun 05 2020

1hr 19mins

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Episode 327: Mike Brenly

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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

1hr 36mins

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Episode 326: Michael Chavis

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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

1hr 30mins

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Episode 325: Johnny Damon

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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

1hr 18mins

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Section 10 Roundtable: Brock Holt

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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

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Episode 324: All-Time Red Sox Draft

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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

1hr 5mins

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Episode 323: Lou Merloni

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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

1hr 54mins

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Episode 322: Cora 2021 (feat. Daniel Nava)

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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

1hr 40mins

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Episode 321: Billie Weiss

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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

1hr 35mins

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