Down by the River Podcast: Dirty Water Sports Red Sox Podcast
By Tim Daloisio and Paul Testa
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Welcome to Down by the River, the official Boston Red Sox podcast of Dirty Water Sports with your hosts, Tim Daloisio and Paul Testa.
||CleanDBTR S1:E19 – That’s a Wrap||Episode #19 Hosts: Paul Testa, Tim Daloisio Guests: none Well, we were all hoping for 11 more wins to cap off a wild October swan song for David Ortiz and the 2016 Boston Red Sox — instead we were given a tip of the cap from an all time great after||10/13/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDBTR S1:E18 – October in Boston||Episode #18 Hosts: Paul Testa, Tim Daloisio Guests: none It’s October in Boston and the Red Sox are playing more baseball. Does it get any better than that? Well — with 11 more wins it does… Paul and Tim recap the end of the season that||10/5/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDBTR S1:E17 – Everything is Coming Up Red Sox||Episode #17 Hosts: Paul Testa, Tim Daloisio Guests: none Starters delivering – check Bullpen on lock – check Offense rolling – check Cy Young favorite – check MVP favorites – check Hanley on fire – check #windancerepeat||9/22/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDBTR S1:E16 – It’s a Four Team Race||Episode #16 Hosts: Paul Testa, Tim Daloisio Guests: none Baseball fans live for the Pennant Race. Checking the standings every morning, counting magic numbers, keeping one eye on the out of town scoreboard and one eye on the game with your heart in your t||9/14/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDBTR S1:E15 – Riding a Hot Streak||Episode #15 Hosts: Paul Testa, Tim Daloisio Guests: none The Red Sox took to the road and turned the dog days of Summer into the hope for a special fall. From out of the depths of one of the darkest parts of the 2016 season, lead by starting pitching, an||8/25/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDBTR S1:E14 – Underachieving Overachievers?||Episode #14 Hosts: Paul Testa, Tim Daloisio Guests: none Red Sox fans collective hopes coming into this season sounded something like, “Give me a team that plays meaningful games in September”. And true to those aspirations, the 2016 Red Sox l||8/5/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDBTR S1:E13 – The Deadline Looms||Episode #13 Hosts: Paul Testa, Tim Daloisio Guests: none July has treated the Red Sox much better than the month of June did – and with the recent acquisitions of Brad Ziegler and Drew Pomeranz, Dave Dombrowski has been aggressive in shoring up some||7/26/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDBTR S1:E12 – Homestand is a Red Herring||Episode #12 Hosts: Paul Testa, Tim Daloisio Guests: none During last week’s #firefarrell special edition of DBTR, Paul and Tim told a precautionary tale of the prospects of a 6-3 homestand heading into the All-Star break actually being a bad thing f||7/12/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDBTR S1:E11 – #firefarrell||Episode #11 Hosts: Paul Testa, Tim Daloisio Guests: none After a short hiatus, the boys are back and this week’s DBTR podcast has a central theme that ties the whole episode together. #firefarrell. You may need to read between the lines a bit to pic||7/1/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDBTR S1:E10 – Mixing it up with Mut||Episode #10 Hosts: Paul Testa, Tim Daloisio Guests:Mike Mutnansky (@MutWEEI), Host of Red Sox Radio Pre, Post and in-game on the WEEI Red Sox Radio Network The shine may be coming off the Red Sox rose a little bit after losing eight of their last 13 and f||6/10/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
Hey guys! I loved it! Clearly you two are very schooled in the way of the Red Sox and I enjoyed listening to you both. How about the female perspective???? I'm available any time...hint, hint. Jackie (Paul's sister)
One of the better Red Sox podcasts available. I'm looking forward to your weekly updates. Keep up the good work.
A Breath of Fresh Air
I'm not exaggerating when I say that this podcast is my favorite source of Sox analysis out there. Excepting Peter Gammons, nobody at NESN, the Globe, WEEI, or any of the other regional or national media outlets gives the team such prolonged, serious, and engaging attention. The hosts have qualities that are rare if not altogether absent from contemporary sports journalism: humility, curiosity, imagination. They are opinionated without being grating, statistically minded without being esoteric or drifting off into inaccessible jargon, and able to consider off the field matters without repeating tired clichés and platitudes. I'm often embarrassed by how often I check for a new episode when I know full well not enough time has past since the last.