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    Couch Guy Sports Podcast Ep. 87 Ft. Sarge of 98.5 The Sports Hub | Miami Miracle | Xander Bogaerts Could Be Traded?

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    Oh man, do we have some stuff to talk about this week. The Miami Miracle. Xander Bogaerts trade talks. Boston, what the hell is happening?

    Nick was joined by Mike “Sarge” Riley of 98.5 The Sports Hub and they uh, had something pretty tough to talk about… The Miami Miracle. Nick and Sarge jumped into that garbage final play that caused the Patriots to look like FOOLS. And not to mention, the Chiefs lost during Thursday Night Football so the Pats would be the one seed right now. Whatever. Do I seem bitter?

    There were also some big-time rumors flying around the Winter Meetings in Vegas. The Red Sox are listening to offers on Rick Porcello, Jackie Bradley Jr. and… Xander Bogaerts? Nick asks Sarge what he thinks about that and if he thinks dealing any of those guys is the right move.

    Nick and Jared jumped into basically the same topics to give their own reactions. The Miami Miracle was literally the worst and I HATE that this even has to be a conversation.

    Legit, what the hell was Gronk doing out on the field? It makes no sense.

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    Nick Quaglia

    Nick Quaglia is a Content Coordinator at the CLNS Media Network. Nick has been with the network since 2016 managing the Boston Red Sox Newsfeed and providing written contributions and on-scene coverage on the Red Sox and New England Patriots. Nick is a graduate of Framingham State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications. He is the CEO of Couch Guy Sports. Twitter: @NickQuag