Boston Sports Talk- Steve And The Hood Podcast Ep.52

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Red Sox Discussion

This week’s episode starts off with Sean McAdam from the boston sports journal.  He provides some insight on new starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi, and how he might fit into the rotation.  Sean also touches on possible trade deadline moves for the Red Sox, and if he sees anything big happening at the deadline.  The segment comes to a close with his thoughts on when Rafael Devers, Steven Wright, and Eduardo Rodriguez might return to the big club.

Patriots Discussion

Chris and Steve are then joined by Christopher Price from the boston sports journal for some patriots talk.  He describes the potential impact of Brian Schwenke with the Patriots, plus his thoughts on the rest of the offensive line. What will the potential impact of Derek Rivers this season? What does the future hold for Malcolm Mitchell? All this and more!

00:00 Episode Intro

01:00 Sean McAdam from the boston sports journal gives his thoughts on how Nathan Eovaldi will fit in with the team.

04:00 Sean discusses potential deadline moves for the red sox. Will it be a major impact player, or a minor move?

08:00 When should Rafael Devers be back in the lineup

10:00 Latest injury news regarding Steven Wright and Erod

13:30 Chris Price from the boston sports journal talks about his time so far at BSJ

18:00 Chris discusses the potential impact of Brian Schwenke , and his thoughts on the rest of the offensive line

30:00 Potential impact of Derek Rivers this season

36:00 What does the future hold for Malcolm Mitchell

48:00 Recap and our thoughts on the red sox deadline moves

82:00 Wrap Up

 

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Author: Steven Thompson