The 9th annual WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon began with Dennis and Callahan this morning, and will run all day today and tomorrow. The broadcast is full of emotional patient and caregiver stories, and celebrity guests.

You can make gifts by phone at 877-738-1234 or online by clicking here.  A $10 contribution can also be made via text message by texting KCANCER to 20222.

If you’re able to do so, I highly encourage supporting this event.

If you’re in New Hampshire, you can listen to the Radio-Telethon on Sports Radio WGAM on 1250AM in Manchester and 900AM in Nashua. Each day from 4P-6P, Mike Mutnansky will host the locally produced “Hometeam” and blend local sports talk with local inspiring stories associated with the telethon.

The Red Sox continued their season long streak against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim last night, posting a 7-5win at Fenway Park. Get the full links at

Bad breaks hardly whole story of 2010 Red Sox – Jon Couture notes that the Red Sox have more than just injuries to blame for their 2010 fate.

Major changes – Christopher Smith has a look at Felix Doubront, who is enjoying his time in the majors as a reliever and looking forward to his mother visiting from Venezuela next week.

Playoffs a miracle? Not for Red Sox – Gordon Edes has the confident Red Sox not feeling pressure to make the playoffs.

Jacoby Ellsbury a sore subject – Steve Buckley gets the outfielder to speak privately about how the media criticism has hurt him.

Still plenty of Sox subplots – Lenny Megliola offers a number of thoughts on the Red Sox.

Cameron to have surgery within 2 weeks – Amalie Benjamin’s notebook has Mike Cameron’s season coming to an end with surgery.


The Patriots play their second preseason game tonight, down in Atlanta on FOX.

There are a number of columns today telling us what to look for:

Albert R. Breer – Mike Reiss – Christopher Price – Tom E. Curran – Ian R. Rapoport – Rich Garven – Glen Farley 

Rookie Spikes shifts right into the fast lane – Robert Mays has a look at the insider linebacker from Florida.

Time not right for Wes Welker to play – Karen Guregian thinks that the Patriots should hold Welker out tonight.

Brandon Deaderick may prove plucky 7 – Rapoport’s notebook has the seventh round pick from Alabama getting a shot to make an impact.

‘Hard Knocks’ Week 2: Not so heavy on Rex Ryan – Kirk Minihane reviews last night’s episode.

C’s mailbag: One more hole to fill – Chris Forsberg thinks the Celtics need another swingman, but there’s no rush.

Marco Sturm Vows to Comeback From Injury to Help Bruins in 2010-11 Season – Douglas Flynn has the veteran winger determined to help the Bruins this season.

Revolution burned by penalties – I had turned to CSNNE last night to check out some Sports Central, and the Revolution game was still going on. The ending was pretty intense, which some really bad calls in the final minutes. Frank Dell’Apa reports on the game.

5 thoughts on “9th annual WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon on Air Today

  1. The Jimmy Fund is obviously a great organazation……having said that I just can't listen…….
    It's that time of year where the NORMALLY rude, arrogant,sarcastic, mocking, full of themselves WEEI hosts all of a sudden turn into SICKY SWEET,SUPER NICE FELLAS……oh, how it warms my heart……..YEECH!….bunch of frauds


    1. Um ever think they are "nice guys"? For example, people like Dennis and Callahan are insufferable on radio. I disagree with most of what they say. But they all have families and friends and people who must love them.

      It's funny you say "normally rude, arrogant, sarcastic, mocking, full of themselves". That describes most people (including myself) who post on this site and who call into WEEI as well. Think of it as entertainment and something to complain about, unless you are that old loser Angry Bill who sits by his radio all day…


      1. D&C might be right up there with Mother Theresa in real life but I only know of them from their jobs in the media. Both guys come across as mean, miserable, rotten human beings on the radio. It is the impression that I get from listening to them. I asked this question on a post earlier, if you were not familiar with the Jimmy Fund but had listened a few times to Dennis and Callahan would you really be willing to give money to a cause that they were trying to help? I frankly would not. Dale and Holley are a different story. Both guys come across as decent human beings. In real life they may be as nice as Bobby Knight, but the impression I get on the radio is that they nice people whose cause I would help if they were asking.


  2. Bottom line: If WEEI wasn't part of this fundraiser, millions wouldn't be raised for the fight against cancer. I can live with the lesser apects of some things to support the greater cause and I commend Bruce for giving props on the front page.


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