Steve Somers

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Somers’ Monologue: Yankees Stumble And Bumble Through Giveaway Game

Because of 11:08 p.m. – 2:15 a.m., the Yankees gave a game away.

WFAN–09/08/2011

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Somers’ Monologue: Phil Hughes Pitched A Good Game For Yankees? What?!

What a shock, Steve Somers almost fell off his chair listening to Joe Girardi after the Yankees’ loss to the Red Sox on Wednesday night! Girardi said he thought Hughes pitched a good game. Hasn’t he been saying the same thing about A.J. Burnett recently?

WFAN–09/01/2011

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Somers’ Monologue: CC Sabathia’s Workhorse Effort Against Red Sox Leaves Steve Worn Out

CC Sabathia threw 128 pitches over six innings on Tuesday night. For that effort, he finally got a win over the Red Sox.

WFAN–08/31/2011

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Somers’ Monologue: Mets Vs. Padres, The Winner Earning A Spot In Oblivion

Far, far away the Mets have been. You could have done anything on Wednesday other than watching the Mets go about their business — the business of winning baseball games, of winning you over in 2011.

WFAN–08/18/2011

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Somers’ Monologue: None More Animated Than Rex Ryan, Jets’ Wonder-Coach

You may hate them, you may not trust them — but you have to respect the Jets.

WFAN–08/17/2011

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Somers’ Monologue: Giants Fans Still Waiting For Football

Everybody is happy to have the NFL back with the preseason now underway. Giants fans, however, they’re still waiting for football.

WFAN–08/16/2011

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Somers’ Monologue: Mets Left More On Base Than They Have In Their Farm System!

Steve Somers lamented the Mets’ sloppy 9-5 loss to San Diego on Wednesday night, saying the team “left more men on base than they have in their farm system!”

WFAN–08/11/2011

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Somers’ Monologue: The Bad Boys Of NY Sports: A-Rod, Osi Umenyiora, Braylon Edwards

With the Mets washed out on Wednesday night, Steve updated everyone on the bad boys of NFL and MLB. A-Rod, Braylon Edwards and Osi Umenyiora… oh my!

WFAN–08/04/2011

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Somers’ Monologue: Bye-Bye Carlos Beltran, Hello Lucas Duda!

Who needs you-know-who in right field when the Mets have Lucas Duda? But seriously, thanks to Carlos Beltran for his almost seven seasons in New York — and good luck in San Francisco.

WFAN–07/28/2011

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Somers’ Monologue: NFL Free-Agent Chaos; Mets Take One In Cincy

Steve Somers opened up a Tuesday schmooze talking a little football! How about that, with the moving and the shaking all over the league during this chaotic free-agent frenzy period.

WFAN–07/27/2011

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Somers’ Monologue: What’s A Mets Closer Without The Stress? The Worry?

Is he nerve-racking? He is! Jason Isringhausen, the perfecto Metropolitan closer, because what’s a Mets closer without the stress, the worry and the holding of the breath?

WFAN–07/26/2011

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Somers’ Monologue: Ladies And Gentlemen, The Mets’ Fire Sale Is On

Can we please stop with these two players to be named the Mets will receive for K-Rod? They have names. We just don’t know them.

WFAN–07/15/2011

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Somers’ Monologue: Where Have You Gone, Derek Jeter?

Derek Jeter has tarnished himself, says Steve Somers, and he thinks even the most die-hard Yankees fans will agree.

07/13/2011

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Somers’ Monologue: For Derek Jeter, Mr. Not-About-The-Numbers, It’s All About 3,000

Steve Somers opens up a Monday night schmooze by recapping Derek Jeter’s incredible 5-hit day. OK, he touches on No. 3,000 too.

WFAN–07/12/2011

New York Mets shortstop Jose Reyes smiles at fans from the dugout in the eighth inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Monday, July 4, 2011, in Los Angeles. (credit: AP Photo/Gus Ruelas)

Somers’ Monologue: Jose Reyes’ DL Stint Follows Mets’ Sad Script

Doesn’t it seem like only a matter of minutes since a Metropolitan went on the DL? We all know the routine: It seems benign, he’ll sit out a game, maybe two just to be safe. Then, we’ll take it day-to-day. Eventually… oops!

WFAN–07/08/2011