WFAN Best Sports Moments: #1 -- Giants Win Super Bowl XLIIIf we've learned one thing while conducting three polls for WFAN's 30th anniversary, it's that New Yorkers have a giant place in their hearts (pun fully intended) for the Giants' Super Bowl XLII upset of the previously unbeaten Patriots.
PHOTOS: WFAN 30th Anniversary CelebrationPhotos from WFAN's 30th anniversary shows at Grand Central Terminal.
LISTEN: Mike Francesa, Mad Dog, Don Imus Yuk It Up During WFAN Anniversary ShowWhat would a WFAN anniversary show be without Don Imus and Chris "Mad Dog" Russo? 
LISTEN: Tiki Barber Discusses His Playing Career, Working In Radio At WFAN's 30th AnniversaryThe franchise's all-time leading rusher now co-hosts the "Tiki and Tierney" show on CBS Sports Radio. He cuts his teeth in radio at WFAN while playing for the Giants.
LISTEN: Mike Francesa Interviews Darryl Strawberry, Bernie Williams At WFAN Anniversary ShowNew York baseball legends Darryl Strawberry and Bernie Williams stopped by Grand Central Terminal on Thursday to chat with Mike Francesa during WFAN's 30th anniversary celebration.
WFAN Best Sports Moments: #2 -- David Tyree's Helmet CatchNot only did the catch keep the drive alive, it helped set up the game-winning score four plays later -- a 13-yard pass from Eli Manning to Plaxico Burress.
Schedule Of Guests For WFAN's 30th Fanniversary At Grand CentralOn Thursday, WFAN is celebrating its 30th "Fanniversary" with star-studded broadcasts from Grand Central Terminal.
WFAN Best Sports Moments: #3 — Rangers Win Stanley Cup In 1994It took 54 years, but the Rangers finally lifted the trophy of all trophies.
WFAN Best Sports Moments: #4 — Mike Piazza's 9/11 Home RunThis was indeed a shot heard 'round the world.
WFAN Best Sports Moments: #5 — Aaron Boone's 2003 ALCS HomerAaron Boone's time with the Yankees didn't last all that long. But he left quite an impression.
WFAN Best Sports Moments: #6 -- Jeter's Flip In 2001 PlayoffsThe 2001 season didn't end with a championship for the Yankees, but it did produce arguably the most iconic play of Derek Jeter's illustrious career.
WFAN Best Sports Moments: #7 — 'Matteau! Matteau!' Goal In '94The Rangers won the Stanley Cup in 1994. But had it not been for the heroics of Stephane Matteau, they might never have had the chance.

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