“The issue that the Mets have is that after 2006 and 2007, when we all were there … they stuck their hopes in a guy that, let’s be honest, had no clue what was going on,” Lo Duca told Joe & Evan.
Jace Amaro believes what you ultimately become is based on how hard you prepare. The Jets’ rookie tight end plans on becoming quite a bit in the NFL.
Joe Benigno could be heard during Tuesday’s midday show here on WFAN saying that “Boomer doesn’t get it.” So today he was invited into the Allstate Studio to try and explain himself…
Carlos Beltran has decided to roll the dice, knowing full well if this gamble fails he’s going to miss significant time.
Is next year’s starting shortstop on the current Yankees roster? “I would say no,” Cashman told Joe & Evan.
On Wednesday, Kerr agreed to become the head coach of the Golden State Warriors. The news didn’t sit well with WFAN co-host Joe Benigno.
Calvin Pryor is ready to bring the pain, but also show everyone that he’s not just a big-hitter.
Joe Klecko respects Quinton Coples, thinks he’s a very good player, but says there’s something missing from his game.
“I wouldn’t allow it, and I was a pitcher,” Gooden told WFAN co-hosts Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts on Friday. “I’m all for pitchers, I’m all for the 2-1 ballgames. I love to see pitchers dominate. But it’s illegal. It’s in the rulebooks.”
“I’m very entrenched with the Yankees. My face and my career is more so shaded with the Yankees than it even is with Oakland. And I played in Oakland for nine years.”
The Final Four is just a day away, and WFAN co-hosts Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts did their broadcast live from Dallas on Friday in advance of Saturday’s big games.
Mike Evans is one of the can’t-miss names being tossed around heading into May’s NFL draft. But can the Giants or Jets move up high enough to get him?
Each and every day here on the Morning Extravaganza, we get to listen to Joe Benigno cover the day’s top headlines, as only Joe can.
Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello refused to say whether any teams either inquired about Brodeur’s availability or they offered him to anyone.
After plenty of trade speculation, legendary goalie Martin Brodeur is staying in New Jersey as the NHL trade deadline came and went.