Joe & Evan
Have Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts found an official theme song? Maybe. Maybe not. But the WFAN co-hosts kicked off Monday’s show with a jingle that might just stick around (and stick in your head).
With the Super Bowl right around the corner, WFAN’s biggest hosts broadcasted live from M&M’s World in Times Square on Friday, with several guests offering insights the Seahawks and Broncos.
WFAN’s biggest hosts were once again broadcasting live from M&M’s World in Times Square on Thursday with the big game at MetLife Stadium right around the corner.
We’re one day closer to Super Bowl XLVIII! Boomer & Carton, Joe & Evan and Mike Francesa are doing their shows all week from M&M’s World, with a bevy of heavy hitters on the guest list.
With Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium just days away, WFAN’s biggest hosts will be broadcasting live all week from M&M’s World in Manhattan.
He said Monday the title game between the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos is expected to generate $550 million to $600 million for the region. He insists cold-weather sites can handle football’s biggest event.
With Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium just days away, WFAN’s biggest hosts are broadcasting live from Monday-Friday at M&M’s World in Manhattan.
Local fans and store visitors will be able to witness live broadcasts from Boomer & Carton, Benigno & Roberts, and Mike Francesa, complete with all of their big name athlete and celebrity guests when the store opens at 9:00 am.
The Bronx is rejoicing! Japanese ace Masahiro Tanaka has signed a seven-year deal with the Yankees, the team announced Wednesday.
Ex-Yankee Chuck Knoblauch says baseball’s Steroids Era really wasn’t as bad as the narrative might suggest. “If somebody was doing something, it was definitely behind the scenes,” he told WFAN radio.
“I don’t know why he’s being so stupid,” Bradshaw told Joe & Evan. “But then again, he’s stupid. He took that stuff. Why, I have no clue. And he got caught. Say ‘I’m sorry’ to the world, and you deserve your punishment.”
The Mets’ ace, who will miss the entire 2014 season after undergoing Tommy John surgery, didn’t take too kindly to a tweet from a Yankees fan who was bothered that he was enjoying himself.
“As far as the whole experience of playing here, I’ve said it and I believe it — I think every player should play in New York for a year,” Glavine told Joe & Evan. “There’s nothing like playing in this town.”
“I’d rather face (Jeff) Bagwell and (Craig) Biggio than Piazza,” Mazzone told WFAN co-hosts Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts on Thursday afternoon.
“Whatever I can do to help this team and to keep this team together, and help us to build an even better team, I’m willing to do. I’m a team guy, a team player.”