30 With Murti Podcast: Versatile Paul Olden On The MicSince 2009, Paul Olden, who called New York Jets games on WFAN in the mid 1990s, has been the public address announcer at Yankee Stadium.
30 With Murti Podcast: The Yankees' Core Four, Plus BernieWFAN's Sweeny Murti presents the group interview session with the five core Yankees, together on the 20th anniversary of their first world championship together.
Sweeny: To This Reporter, A-Rod Was The Gift That Kept On GivingAlex Rodriguez as a Yankee was never boring. He was great at times and he was ridiculous at times.
30 With Murti Podcast: Reporters Tell A-Rod StoriesThis week's episode of the "30 With Murti" podcast takes a look at the end of Alex Rodriguez's Yankees career through the eyes of three reporters who have covered him extensively over the years.
Remembering The 1996 Yankees: Girardi Got The Best Of Buddy MadduxThe biggest hit of Joe Girardi’s career happened in such a flash that he barely remembers anything about it.
30 With Murti Podcast: Mike Stanton, Key Cog In Yankees' DynastyMike Stanton pitched 19 years in the major leagues and was a key member of a stellar bullpen that helped the Yankees to three straight World Series wins from 1998 to 2000.
30 With Murti Podcast: Native New Yorker And Rangers GM Jon DanielsNew York City born and raised, Jon Daniels was a Mets fan and WFAN listener (one-time caller) as a kid.
Remembering The 1996 Yankees: Leyritz's Series Blast Still ResonatesJim Leyritz and Mark Wohlers will forever remain inseparable in Yankees history. They spoke recently to WFAN's Sweeny Murti about that Game 4 home run in the 1996 World Series.
30 With Murti Podcast: Years Later, Mike Scioscia Is Still BattlingNow in his 17th season, Angels skipper Mike Scioscia is the longest tenured manager in the majors.
30 With Murti Podcast: White Sox Manager Robin VenturaRobin Ventura went from being one of the best college baseball players ever to becoming one of the majors' best two-way third basemen of the 1990s.
Remembering The 1996 Yankees: Tino Martinez Sits Down With SweenyTino Martinez came to the Yankees in 1996 with big shoes to fill, trying to replace Don Mattingly. It's safe to say he got the job done.
30 With Murti Podcast: Rays Owner Stuart SternbergAfter a successful Wall Street career, Stuart Sternberg retired from the financial world and led the group that bought the Tampa Bay Rays in 2005.