Six passionate sports fans are hoping to land a show on WFAN radio, but the luck of the Irish will only come through for one.
Sports radio host Steve Somers spoke for viewers everywhere in calling Wednesday’s news “stunning,” “awful and terrible.”
“I’ve got to think they’re for real,” Rose said, “if only because I look for holes in their lineup and roster — just to play devil’s advocate — and really don’t find any.”
With a documentary about WFAN personality Steve Somers in the works, the crew talked about the greatness of their legendary colleague — or at least Craig did.
If you were a Mets fan growing up in the 1960s and 70s, let alone the 80s, 90s and into this century, you listened to the always informative, always amusing words of one Ralph Kiner.
Steve Somers here, you there? Not on Monday night. For a few hilarious seconds it was Steve Somers here, Steve Somers there when the iconic WFAN radio host unknowingly took a call from himself.
The New Jersey Devils and WFAN Sports Radio 66 AM and 101.9 FM announced the extension of their multi-year partnership on Thursday.
After quickly dismissing a question regarding the health and status of key defenseman Marc Staal, by saying there was no update regarding his eye injury, Tortorella became engaged when asked about rising star Derek Stepan.
Anderson broke down when reflecting on how hard — make that impossible — it was to get a compliment out of his mentor, who died Thursday at 82.
CBS RADIO announced on Monday that it has finalized its purchase of radio station 101.9 WFAN-FM in New York.
For 25 years, four months and one day, WFAN made its terrestrial radio home solely on the AM dial. Friday marked Day 1 of FM transmission.
“I gave more to the game than anybody you know. OK?” Rose told WFAN. “I put the fans in front of everything when I played the game of baseball.”
In honor of the last full day in the life of Keith’s mustache, what follows is a definitively unofficial list of the top 10 mustaches in baseball history.
Yankees closer Rafael Soriano wasn’t ready to go full-frontal Tebow, but he was able to undress Detroit in the ninth inning Thursday.
Talk about a different team than just a week ago. Now bring on those Padres.