Mike Francesa

Joe Girardi On WFAN: 1-Game Wild Card Format Is A Swing And A MissTwo days after his team was eliminated in a wild card loss to Houston, the Yankees manager was discussing his own idea for the postseason.
Brian Cashman On WFAN: 'We Just Didn't Look Like The Same Team In The End'Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman on Wednesday blamed his team's late-season slide and early postseason exit on a rash of injuries and slumping bats.
Yankees Pitcher CC Sabathia Checks Into Alcohol Rehabilitation CenterYankees pitcher CC Sabathia is checking into an alcohol rehabilitation center and will miss the postseason.
Eli Manning On WFAN: 'We're Elevating Our Play In The Fourth Quarter'"Coach (Tom) Coughlin did a great job challenging us to start winning the fourth quarter and elevating our play in the fourth quarter," Manning said.
Rex Explains On WFAN Why He Loves Buffalo And Why He'll Always Love The JetsRex Ryan has the Buffalo Bills on the upswing. On Wednesday, he spoke with WFAN's Mike Francesa about his new team and this Sunday's game against the Giants.
Francesa: Mets' Harvey Looks More 'Like Cinderella' Than Dark Knight After Sunday's Early ExitThe Mets' bullpen squandered the final game of the Subway Series in embarrassing fashion, as six relievers contributed to the 11-2 collapse.
Eli Manning On WFAN: 'My Mistake' Telling Jennings Not To Score At End Of Cowboys GameAfter losing track of Dallas' timeouts, Manning said he told halfback Rashad Jennings not to score on two consecutive plays when the Giants had a first down at the Cowboys' 4-yard line with 1:54 to play.
Mike Francesa Says Final Simulcast On Fox Sports To Come On FridayWFAN host Mike Francesa announced on Wednesday that his show would cease being broadcast on Fox Sports channels, effective Friday.
Lichtenstein: RIP Al Arbour, The Coach Who Let His Wins Speak VolumesArbour was a winner who never felt the need to puff out his chest and let the world know he was a winner.
Hockey Hall Of Famer, Legendary Isles Coach Al Arbour Dead At 82Al Arbour, who coached the Islanders to four consecutive Stanley Cup championships and ranks as the NHL's second-most winningest coach, has died, team officials announced Friday.
Triple Crown Winner American Pharoah Gallops Before Thousands At 'Pharatoga'With a crowd of about 15,000 cheering him all the way, Triple Crown winner American Pharoah went for a glorious gallop around Saratoga Race Course the day before he runs in the $1.6 million Travers Stakes.
WFAN's Yankees Radio Network FanFest In Little ItalyThe highlights of the festivities were one-on-one conversations with four-time World Series champion Bernie Williams and general manager Brian Cashman, hosted by WFAN host Mike Francesa.