Mike Francesa Signs Off After 30 Years At WFANSports radio legend Mike Francesa bid the WFAN audience he entertained for 30 years farewell Friday with one last show.
10 Best Tweets About Mike Francesa's Last ShowMike Francesa's final show Friday was filled with callers thanking him for his memorable 30-year run on WFAN. But many others took to Twitter to express their gratitude and admiration for the sport talk pioneer.
LISTEN: Celebs Bid Mike Francesa Farewell On Second-To-Last ShowMany celebrity guests called in or stopped by to bid him farewell, including Jim Nantz, Dan Patrick, Bobby Valentine, Willie Randolph, Regis Philbin and, of course, Chris "Mad Dog" Russo.
LISTEN: Joe Namath Discusses Super Bowl III, Playing For Bear Bryant, MoreWas Joe Namath really that confident when he made his Super Bowl III guarantee or was he just spouting off?
LISTEN: Mike Piazza Offers Some Advice To Giancarlo StantonIn 1998, Piazza was the All-Star slugger who was traded to a New York team -- coincidentally also coming from the Marlins.
LISTEN: Giancarlo Stanton Discusses Joining Yankees With Mike FrancesaThe slugger said the deal that brought him to New York started to materialize Thursday night, when he learned about it from his agent.
Off Brilliant Rookie Season, Islanders' Barzal A Finalist For The CalderNew York Islanders center Mathew Barzal, Vancouver right winger Brock Boeser and Arizona center Clayton Keller are the finalists for the Calder Memorial Trophy for the NHL's rookie of the year.
Highly Touted Torres Makes Debut As Young Yankees Top Blue JaysWith a team full of 20-somethings, the New York Yankees played like seasoned veterans.
Yankees Prized Prospect Gleyber Torres Makes Major League DebutOne of the top prospects in baseball made his MLB debut on Sunday.
Mets-Braves Series Finale Postponed Due To RainThe game will be made up as part of a split doubleheader on May 28.
Report: Giants Could Trade First-Round Bust Ereck FlowersFlowers has struggled badly in pass protection, and last year there were reportedly problems with effort and attitude in the locker room.
Mets Demote One-Time Ace Matt Harvey To BullpenA starter his whole career, the 29-year-old Harvey lost his spot after repeated problems on the mound.