Do the San Francisco Giants and New York Giants ever get together for, like, dinner? Or something?
In this classic clip, Mike Francesa takes a call from Artie in Brooklyn, who’s about to drop dead over the Mets’ lineup.
In this classic (animated) clip, the legendary WFAN host talks about his prowess behind the snowblower and offers to be a pitchman — because he’s just that good.
Flash back to October 2014: A caller says to WFAN’s Mike Francesa that maybe one day North Dakota could have an NFL team. Here’s the classic exchange in animated form.
Listen, the burgers are good. But there’s something about da bread! We animated this classic clip from WFAN’s Mike Francesa, breaking down Shake Shack as only he can.
With a total housecleaning coming for the Jets, we bring to you an animated Mike Francesa raging against the Green machine.
Seriously, who could have imagined it’d turn out to be a total disaster?!
In this classic clip (animated for your pleasure), Mike Francesa tells us why exactly he doesn’t like the “Sunday Night Football” theme song — aka the stupidest song that ever was created.
It isn’t easy to impress Mike, as you’ll see in this clip from January (animated for your pleasure). But then he finds the hand warmer. Toasty!
In this Throwback Thursday clip (animated for your pleasure), Joe — aka Angry Caller — can’t wait to tell Mike and the Mad Dog exactly how he feels about them.
Hot topics in ’08: Is Fenway Park unsafe? And more pressing, how about those bathrooms in the Bronx?!
For this latest Throwback Thursday, we’re going back to when Sour Shoes, aka Mike in Mahopac, made the trip to the WFAN studios to do his thing. And what a thing it was.
CBS Radio presents this slice of gold from the vaults of WFAN: Francesa RIPPING the poor Mets after they got swept by the Rockies in a four-game series in 2012.
“Tony in Florida” sat on hold for decades. It’s the only explanation. Relive this classic Francesa moment in all its animated glory.
CBS Radio presents a slice of gold from the vaults of WFAN: one hot minute with Francesa, Chris Russo and then-sitting President Bill Clinton, who digs his college sports.