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Breakfast Podcast, June 24, 2019: Red Sox continue to disappoint at the halfway mark

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Breakfast Podcast, June 24, 2019: Red Sox continue to disappoint at the halfway mark

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1:28 - No they haven’t turned the corner we won’t argue that, but the Red Sox pulled off a walkout win vs. the White Sox last night despite committing a handful of mistakes. Lou Merloni and John Tomase break down the win and we hear from Alex Cora following the game.

5:20 - When Danny Ainge made the comment ‘good people make coming to work more fun’ after his new draft picks were introduced, was he throwing shade at Kyrie Irving? A. Sherrod Blakely, Michael Holley and Danielle Trotta debate.

9:45 - With the Sox playing game 81 tonight and at the halfway point of the regular season, Lou Merloni and John Tomase give some first-half superlatives, including MVP, biggest disappointment, best win and reason for optimism in the second half.

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Red Sox' Rafael Devers sets new single-season record for most RBI vs. Blue Jays

Red Sox' Rafael Devers sets new single-season record for most RBI vs. Blue Jays

Rafael Devers is a certified Blue Jays killer.

The Red Sox third baseman has punished the AL East foe all season long, and he continued that trend in Wednesday night's matchup going 3-for-4 with four RBI.

That gives Devers 25 total RBI vs. the Blue Jays this year, passing David Ortiz (2005) for most by a player against Toronto in a single season. Wildly enough, Devers' mark is likely to increase as he'll get to face the Blue Jays four more times in 2019.

That isn't Devers' only impressive stat vs. Toronto. The 22-year-old's seven home runs against the Blue Jays are the third-most in a season by a Red Sox player, trailing only Manny Ramirez (9 in 2001) and J.D. Martinez (8 in 2018).

The Blue Jays will be happy to have a break from Devers after the two teams wrap up their series on Thursday night. After that, they'll next see him again in Toronto on September 10.

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Breakfast Podcast, July 18, 2019: David Price feud with Dennis Eckersley resurfaces

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Breakfast Podcast, July 18, 2019: David Price feud with Dennis Eckersley resurfaces

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01:10: David Price made some comments about his now longtime feud with Dennis Eckersley. John Tomase reacts to his comments, and what the timing could say about his contract with the Red Sox. 

10:05: After Kemba Walker and Enes Kanter had their first press conference as Celtics today, Danny Ainge revealed exactly when he had a good idea that Kyrie was leaving. Phil Perry Chris Forsberg, and Chris Gasper react. 

13:58: The Revolution beat Vancouver handily, 4-0 and Gustavo Bou makes his debut with a goal. Paul Mariner and Brad Feldman speak with head coach, Bruce Arena after the game to get his thought on the win, as well as the success since he has come to New England. 

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