Schedule Of Guests For WFAN's 30th Fanniversary At Grand CentralOn Thursday, WFAN is celebrating its 30th "Fanniversary" with star-studded broadcasts from Grand Central Terminal.
Mets Can’t Find Answer To Scherzer, Nationals Remain Unbeaten At CitiMax Scherzer struck out 10 over eight masterful innings to reach double digits for the fifth straight start and limited the Mets to four hits
Top Three Miss Cut At US Open As Four Others Share LeadAn 11-year-old golf course shaped from Wisconsin pastureland was sure to bring something different to the U.S. Open.
Joe Girardi On WFAN: Yankees Bats Have ‘Just Been Excellent’Despite a couple of recent losses, Yankees Manager Joe Girardi is pretty pleased with the team's performance, especially at the plate.
Cavs Halt Warriors Postseason Streak, Bring NBA Finals To 3-1The Cavaliers stopped Golden State from celebrating and maybe started another comeback. Just like last year, the NBA Finals are at 3-1 after four games.
Braves Hustle Their Way To 9th Inning Win Over MetsDansby Swanson turned a normal grounder up the middle into a hustle double, then dashed home on a single by pinch-hitter Rio Ruiz in the ninth inning.
Hicks Slams A Pair Of Homers As Yankees Soar Past OriolesAaron Hicks homered twice and rookie Jordan Montgomery pitched seven stellar innings to lead the New York Yankees over the Baltimore Orioles 8-2 on Friday night.
Judge And Castro Connect, But Yankees Fall To Blue JaysJosh Donaldson hit two solo home runs, Francisco Liriano won in his return from the disabled list and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the New York Yankees 7-5 on Friday night.
Mets Waste Pair Of Bombs From Duda, One From Conforto In Loss To PiratesElias Diaz hit his first major league homer and drove in six runs as a late addition to the lineup, lifting the Pittsburgh Pirates over the New York Mets 12-7 on Friday night.
WFAN Best Sports Figures: #3 — Lawrence TaylorLawrence Taylor revolutionized the linebacker position in the NFL. He was that good.
WFAN Best Sports Figures: #4 — Mark MessierMark Messier is an NHL legend, but in the Big Apple he may be even more.
Curry, Warriors Finish Off Spurs, Become First Team To Start Playoffs 12-0Stephen Curry scored 36 points and the Golden State Warriors closed out the Western Conference Final against the injury-ravaged San Antonio Spurs

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