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RadioBDC Sports: 300
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For the first time since 1999–when another Red Sox, Pedro Martinez, hit the milestone–a pitcher has reached the 300 strikeout mark. Chris Sale pitched more than he probably had to last night to get there, but he got there. Eric Wilbur and I argued about it, looked at the impact the record might have on the team moving forward, and previewed this weekend’s Patriots-Texans game. More

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RadioBDC Sports: Football experts
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NFL Commish Roger Goodell is no “football expert,” so he says. Lucky for me, Eric Wilbur is. He called in today in anticipation of Goodell’s visit to Gillette tonight for the unveiling of Banner No. 5 and the Patriots season opener against Kansas City to talk all things NFL. More

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RadioBDC Sports: Watch for the signs
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The Red Sox were caught red-wristed, using an Apple Watch to steal signs from the Yankees. Chad Finn shared the latest on what to expect discipline-wise. We also talked about last night’s 19 inning marathon against the Blue Jays, tackled his Four Questions about the 2017 Patriots season, and reviewed Isaiah Thomas’ Players Tribune piece. More

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RadioBDC Sports: Goucher to Vegas
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Longtime Boston Bruins radio voice Dave Goucher is headed to Las Vegas to handle the TV call for the Golden Knights. I talked to Kevin Paul Dupont about the move, and about a Bruins forward who might also be on the move. Talked a bit of Patriots and Red Sox, too. More

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NEW YORK - OCTOBER 20:  The Boston Red Sox celebrate after defeating the New York Yankees 10-3 in game seven of the American League Championship Series on October 20, 2004 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York City. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
RadioBDC Sports: Game 7
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If Kevin Paul Dupont was managing the Boston Red Sox, had to win a Game 7, and could give the ball to just one pitcher in Sox history, he’d choose…well, you’ll have to listen. You’ll find out after the two of us pay homage to the late Don Baylor. We also chide Tom Brady for his concussion hypocrisy. More