Celtics Vow To Move On After Major Injury During Opener
Host Chris Gasper and National NBA Writer Gary Washburn process Gordon Hayward's ghastly injury in the season opener. They also discuss the Celtics' inspired second-half comeback, identify which players need to step up most in Hayward's absence, and debate how the injury affects the team's season outlook.
NBA Guru Chris Mannix On The Celtics' Rise And Players Kneeling
NBA guru Chris Mannix teams up with host Chris Gasper to discuss major storylines heading into the NBA season, including the Celtics' rise, rumors that superstar Anthony Davis will end up wearing green, whether players plan to kneel during the anthem and how the league would (and should) respond if they do.
Patriots-Jets Controversy And Devastating Injuries Sour NFL Sunday
Chris Gasper and Chad Finn discuss the Patriots' controversial victory over the New York Jets—just the latest in a string of bizarre Pats-Jets games. Then they dig into the devastating spate of injuries from Sunday's NFL action and Colin Kaepernick filing a grievance claim against the NFL owners for collusion.
Martin Jarmond, New Boston College Athletic Director, On Creating A Winning Culture
New Boston College athletic director, Martin Jarmond, discusses changing the culture at BC, balancing all 31 varsity sports with a need to grow the major programs, and being the first African-American Athletic Director at the school. Then Chris and Joe review a massive week in Boston's professional sports.
What's Next After Red Sox Fire Manager John Farrell
The Red Sox have officially fired manager John Farrell. Host Chris Gasper (@cgasper) makes sense of this breaking news with Globe Sports Editor Joe Sullivan. Then he welcomes MLB Network and Fox Sports reporter Jon Paul Morosi for a national perspective on Farrell and other moves the Sox could make this offseason. Lastly, Celtics beat reporter Adam Himmelsbach joins the show to give the inside scoop on key storylines heading into the season.
A 2017 Red Sox Postmortem
Now that the 2017 Red Sox season has officially ended, it's time to break out the red pens and figure out where this team went wrong and what changes could be made moving forward. Chris Gasper and Dan Shaughnessy discuss the Sox's weak playoff showing for the second year in a row, the lack of leadership throughout the season, and whether Sox manager John Farrell will be fired. Then they debate whether Sox president Dave Dombrowski will make a big splash in free agency for a big-name player like Giancarlo Stanton.
Strange Days In The NFL, Red Sox Future On The Line
Host Chris Gasper and guests discuss a weird day in the NFL and a Sox team fighting to stay alive. Topics include Mike Pence walking out of the Colts game over the anthem protests, the muddled AFC playoff picture, David Price as an unlikely hero, and the Sox's stellar outfield paying dividends. NFL Reporter Ben Volin and Sports Reporter Alex Speier are today's guests. Please note: today's podcast was recorded prior to the start of Game 4 of the ALDS between the Red Sox and Astros.
What You Need To Know Following Boston’s Remarkable Sports Day
The Boston Globe's Chris Gasper and company wrap their heads around what happened on a Boston sports day for the ages. Leading off, the Sox debacle in Houston and what it means looking ahead. Next up, the Pats squeak by in Tampa (thanks, Nick Folk). And, finally, Bruins rookie Jake DeBrusk comes up big and brings his dad to tears. Guests include columnist Chad Finn and Pats beat reporter Jim McBride, both from The Globe.
Season Ticket is full of engaging talk, insightful commentary, insider information, and unfiltered conversations with those who make news on the Boston sports scene and those who report on it five days a week. Hosted by Boston Globe sports columnist Chris Gasper, in partnership with WBUR, Boston’s NPR station, this daily show will make you feel closer to your favorite teams than ever before.