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Rangers Playoffs, Yankees, Jets/Giants Drafts
<p>Host Mike Guidone welcomed New York Rangers and Yankees reporter <strong>Brian Palermo</strong> to discuss the NHL Playoffs and the Bronx Bombers hot start. In the second half of the program, College Football Insider <strong>Conner Clark</strong> discussed the New York Giants and Jets’ drafts and the first-round quarterback explosion.</p>
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Author Howie Karpin, Musician Randy Bachman
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes MLB official scorer and author, <strong>Howie Karpin</strong> to discuss his new book about Sports Phone, titled “<a href="https://9761313.com/" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">976-1313 - How Sports Phone Launched Careers and Broke New Ground</a>.” Later, Bill talks with Canadian guitarist, singer, and songwriter <strong>Randy Bachman</strong>, founding member of Guess Who and Bachman–Turner Overdrive (BTO). Randy talks about the auctioning of a large portion of his guitars and gear coming up at Julien’s Auctions at the Hard Rock Cafe in NYC.</p>
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Author Noah Gittell, Guitarist Rusty Anderson
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes author <strong>Noah Gittell</strong> who discussed his book, <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Baseball-Movie-Noah-Gittell/dp/1637272642" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Baseball - The Movie.</a> The book touches on all baseball films since 1915 and their impact on the game as well as society. Later, Bill speaks to guitarist <strong>Rusty Anderson</strong> about his solo career and his collaborations, as well his time as Paul McCartney’s lead guitarist in Sir Paul’s tight-as-a-drum band.</p>
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Former Mets Catcher Barry Lyons
<p>Hosts Mike Guidone and Chris Caputo welcomed former New York Mets catcher <strong>Barry Lyons</strong> to the show. He discussed his time as a member of the 1986 World Series Championship team and the special relationship he shares with both Dwight Gooden and Darryl Strawberry.</p>
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Evan Roberts, Peter Golenbock, Box Pickleball Event
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes longtime WFAN host <strong>Evan Roberts</strong> to the program to discuss his new book, <a href="https://www.amazon.com/My-Mets-Bible-Scoring-Baseball/dp/1637273355" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">My Mets Bible</a>. Later, Bill talks with author <strong>Peter Golenbock</strong>, who brings his new book <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Baseball-Heaven-Personal-Really-Leagues/dp/B0CW1PN1FB" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Baseball Heaven</a> to life. Lastly, Bill talks with <a href="https://www.box-pickleball.com/" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Box Pickleball</a> founder <strong>Pete Bachmore</strong> about the upcoming <a href="https://www.box-pickleball.com/event-details/box-pickleball-cornhole-and-music-festival-2024" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Box Pickleball &amp; Music Festival at Mohegan Sun</a>.</p>
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The Latest in NY Sports
<p>Host Hector Moquette begins the show by reacting to the Knicks and the recent performance of Jalen Brunson. Later, spoke about the New York Jets and Giants draft, and also touched on both the New York Rangers and Islanders first-round playoff series. In the second half of the show, Hector spoke about the Mets and Yankees.</p>
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Isles/Yankees Talk
<p>Hosts Mike Guidone and Charis Caputo welcome John Santamaria to discuss the New York Islanders first-round playoff series and later talk with Bryan Palermo to evaluate the Yankees early-season success.</p>
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Rangers Playoffs, Jets/Giants NFL Draft
<p>Host Andy Suekoff opens the show by recapping the New York Rangers victory on Sunday over the Washington Capitals with <strong>Jim Cerny</strong>. Later, Andy discusses what the Jets and Giants should do at the NFL Draft this year.</p>
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Kevin Mitchell, Keith Thibodeaux
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former New York Mets OF and 1986 World Champion <strong>Kevin Mitchell</strong>, followed by ”Little Ricky” himself, <strong>Keith Thibodeaux</strong>.</p>
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Ann Liguori discuss The Masters, Mets/Yankees Talk
<p>Host Chris Caputo talks with golf journalist <strong>Ann Liguori</strong> about the Masters and her new book<a href="https://www.amazon.com/Life-Green-Lessons-Wisdom-Legends/dp/1578269784" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank"> Life on the Green</a>. Later, Yankees reporter <strong>Bryan Palermo</strong> breaks down the Yankees hot start and Mets reporter <strong>John Hanson</strong> discusses the first few weeks for the Amazin' Mets.</p>
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Bill Bradley, Tom Hallion
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former New York Knicks forward and two-time World Champion Senator <strong>Bill Bradley</strong> to the program. In the second half, Bill talks with <strong>Tom Hallion</strong>, a retired&nbsp;Major League Baseball&nbsp;umpire who worked in the&nbsp;National League from 1985 to 1999 and in both major leagues from 2005 until 2022.</p>
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Dwight Gooden, Passing of Jerry Grote
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former New York Mets pitcher <strong>Dwight Gooden</strong>, and later talks about the passing of longtime Mets catcher Jerry Grote.</p>
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Mets/Yankees Open the Season, Knicks Talk
<p>Host Hector Moquette began the show by recapping the opening weekend in baseball, focusing first on the New York Mets uninspired three games to begin the season. Then Hector touched on the New York Yankees and how they were doing after sweeping the Astros in Houston. Hector then took some listener calls and wrapped the first half talking a little New York Knicks basketball. The second half of the show started with the Knicks and later took more calls as the conversation reverted back to the Mets and Yankees.</p>
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Terry Collins, Calvin Schiraldi
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former New York Mets skipper <strong>Terry Collins </strong>and<strong> </strong>former Mets and Boston Red Sox pitcher <strong>Calvin Schiraldi</strong>.</p>
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Steve Cohen, Knicks, Yankees
<p>Hosts Hector "from Washington Heights" Moquette and Eric "from Ronkonkoma" kicked off the show reacting to the recent comments by New York Mets owner Steve Cohen. Later, the guys talked about the New York Knicks recent run and whether they will be able to get completely healthy. Also discussed were the New York Yankees and the Gerrit Cole injury, as well as Marcus Stroman declining the opening-day start.</p>
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March Madness
<p>It was all about March Madness as hosts Mike Guidone and Chris Caputo welcomed two coaches with Long Island roots to discuss the “Big Dance.”</p><p>Former University of Albany Head Coach <strong>Will Brown</strong> and current Yale University coach <strong>James Jones</strong> joined the program to give their insights. Coach Jones discussed his upcoming first-round game against Auburn coming up this Friday and Coach Brown gave his insights on planning and preparation during his five NCAA tournament appearances.</p>
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Mets/Yankees, Knicks, Rangers/Isles, Giants
<p>Hosts Rob Fried and Hector Moquette open the show with an upbeat assessment of the New York Mets spring training progress, highlighting their potential to contend for a wildcard spot in the competitive National League. Switching gears, they turn their attention to the New York Yankees, recognizing the team's strong roster and even daring to predict a thrilling World Series showdown against the Los Angeles Dodgers.</p><p>The conversation then turns to basketball, with the hosts scrutinizing the New York Knicks reliance on Julius Randle and the crucial need for the team to stay healthy to avoid an early playoff exit. On the ice, both the New York Rangers and the New York Islanders are deemed ready for postseason success, with promising prospects of deep playoff runs for both teams.</p><p>However, frustration bubbles up when discussing the New York Giants offseason moves. The hosts express disappointment over the team's failure to secure key players like Saquon Barkley and Xavier McKinney, emphasizing the urgent need for the Giants to address their quarterback situation, perhaps by considering draft prospects like Michigan's J.J. McCarthy.</p>
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St. John's Matt Brust; Isles and Yankees Talk
<p>Hosts Mike Guidone and Chris Caputo welcome former St. John’s University standout basketball player <strong>Matt Brust</strong> to discuss his career with the Johnnies and the prospects for the team reaching the NCAA tournament. Later, <strong>John Santamaria</strong> called in to talk about all things Islanders, and <strong>Bryan Palermo</strong> chatted with the guys about the Yankees spring training.</p>
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Knicks, Mets/Yankees
<p>Host Hector Moquette kicked off the show with a deep dive into the latest Knicks updates, expressing concern over recent injuries, particularly Brunson's recent setback. The discussion extended to trade implications and playoff prospects, holding the audience's attention for the initial thirty minutes. Throughout the segment, Moquette fielded calls from listeners, further enriching the dialogue.</p><p>Transitioning to the Mets, the show delved into off-season developments, exploring fan sentiments and setting expectations for the upcoming season. Brief mentions of the Giants and Jets ensued following listener inquiries, alongside a nod to the Yankees and their acquisition of Juan Soto, a player Moquette had hoped would join the Mets roster.</p>
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Omar Vizquel; Jerry Kramer and Bob Fox
<p>Host Bill Donohue talks with 11-time Gold Glove shortstop <strong>Omar Vizquel</strong>, followed by the always entertaining team of Green Bay Packers, Pro Football Hall-of-Famer <strong>Jerry Kramer</strong> and <strong>Bob Fox</strong>, Jerry's co-author of the new book <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Run-Win-Packers-Lombardi-Canton/dp/1637273002" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Run to Win: My Packers Life from Lombardi to Canton</a>.</p>
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Sports Talk Callers Round Table
<p>Host Rob Fried leads another round table discussion of sports talk callers. The program opened up discussing the New York Ranger's loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets and later talked about the New York Knicks injuries, and what needs to be done to keep them in the top 4 spots until everyone gets healthy.</p><p>Rob finished off the show discussing the New York Mets and the Pete Alonzo issue; should the Mets sign him ASAP? Also, there is some discussion on David Stearns and why the Mets are not making any moves with a couple of free-agent pitchers still available. Also, are the Yankees a real World Series contender now with the addition of Juan Soto?</p>
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Special Guest Bernie WIlliams
<p>Host Mike Guidone and Chris Caputo welcome former New York Yankees centerfielder <strong>Bernie Williams</strong> to the program.</p><p>In a wide-ranging discussion, Bernie discussed his stellar career in both baseball and music and dove into his charity, <a href="https://tuneintolunghealth.com" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Tune In To Lung Health</a>, a program inspired by his father’s struggle with a rare lung disease, that explores how music and breathing can help people cope with the physical and emotional disease burden, and provide resources and comfort to both patients and caregivers.</p>
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Rangers/Isles at MetLife, Spring Training, MMA
<p>Host Andy Suekoff returns to the WGBB airwaves for the first time in a while and fills the Super Bowl to March Madness void with a recap of the thrilling New York Rangers victory at MetLife Stadium over the New York Islanders. Later, he discusses the joys of spring training and sprinkles some MMA future excitement.</p>
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Prominent Local Sports Talk Show Callers
<p>Host Rob Fried welcomes some prominent local sports talk show callers, welcoming Eric, "the Unfortunate Sports Fan" from Ronkonkoma, Hector from Washington Heights, and Ray V, "the sports historian," to the WGBB studio. The discussion covered various topics such as the Knicks, Mets, Yankees, Giants, Jets, Super Bowl, and Bill Belichick.</p>
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Larry Csonka, Trent Tucker
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former Miami Dolphins fullback and Pro Football Hall-of-Famer <strong>Larry Csonka</strong>, followed by former New York Knicks guard and 3-point specialist <strong>Trent Tucker</strong>.</p>
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Tom Huerter, Isles Talk
<p>Hosts Mike Guidone and Chris Caputo welcomed <strong>Tom Huerter</strong>, father of NBA player Kevin Huerter, to discuss life as a parent of a professional athlete and 3 other Division One athletes. The guys then welcomed Islanders beat reporter <strong>John Santamaria</strong> to dive into the team’s recent coaching change and prospects for the second half of the season.</p>
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Ernie DiGregorio, Rich Lisk
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes <strong>Ernie DiGregorio</strong>, widely known as "Ernie D.", Ernie's NBA career spanned from 1973 to 1978, playing for the Buffalo Braves, Los Angeles Lakers, and Boston Celtics. Honored as NBA Rookie of the Year in 1973–74, he holds the rookie record for assists in a single game with 25. Despite a career-limiting knee injury, DiGregorio's impact extends to college basketball, where he and Marvin Barnes led Providence to the 1973 NCAA Final Four. Inducted into the College Basketball Hall of Fame in 2019, he also played a key role in a U.S. victory over a Soviet team, contributing to international basketball acclaim. Elected to the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame in 1999, Ernie DiGregorio's legacy is characterized by resilience and significant contributions to the history of the sport.</p><p>In the show's second half, Bill talks lacrosse with <strong>Rich Lisk</strong>, EVP of the New York Riptide, Long Island's professional lacrosse team.</p>
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Seton Hall Women's Basketball HC Tony Bozzella, Mets Off-Season Moves
<p>Hosts Mike Guidone and Chris Caputo welcomed Seton Hall Head Women’s Basketball Coach <strong>Tony Bozzella</strong> for an in-depth discussion of the state of college athletics and an inside look into one of the tri-state area's top basketball programs. Later, <strong>John Hanson</strong> called in to discuss the New York Mets moves as spring training approaches.</p>
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Jim Gentile, John Gibbons
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former Brooklyn Dodgers first baseman <strong>Jim Gentile</strong>, followed by the New York Met's new bench coach, <strong>John Gibbons</strong>.</p>
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Jets, Isles, NCAA Football
<p>Hosts Mike Guidone and Chris Caputo welcomed <strong>John Santamaria</strong> to discuss the Jets official elimination from the playoffs and the resurgence of the Islanders on the ice. College Football Insider <strong>Conner Clark</strong> also joined the show to break down the college football playoff picture.</p>
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Travis Jankowski, Karolyn Grimes
<p>Host Bill Donohue is joined by <strong>Travis Jankowski</strong>, a distinguished Stonybrook University baseball alum, former New York Mets outfielder, and World Series champion with the Texas Rangers. In the second half of the program, to celebrate the holidays-Bill welcomes <strong>Karolyn Grimes</strong> from <em>It's A Wonderful</em> Life to the show!</p>
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Patrick Cantwell, Gary Morgenstein
<p>Host Bill Donohue talks with <strong>Patrick Cantwell</strong>, a familiar face from West Islip High School and Stony Brook University, currently taking on the role of bullpen catcher for the Texas Rangers, the reigning World Series Champions. Patrick shares some insights into his experiences and provides a behind-the-scenes look at the world of professional baseball.</p><p>Later on, the tone shifts as Bill engages in a casual and informative conversation with author <strong>Gary Morgenstein</strong>. Together, they explore the latest installment in Morgenstein's literary series, The Dark Depths. Listeners can expect an easygoing yet insightful discussion that delves into the themes and nuances of Morgenstein's work, offering a glimpse into the creative process behind The Dark Depths series.</p>
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Rene LeRoux, Rob Vanstone
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes Executive Director of the New York State Baseball Hall of Fame <strong>Rene LeRoux</strong>. Later, Bill talks with author <strong>Rob Vanstone</strong> about his latest book <a href="https://www.amazon.ca/Brave-Face-Hockey-Goaltenders-Before/dp/1637272162" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Brave Face - Wild Tales of Hockey Goaltenders in the Era Before Masks</a>.</p>
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NFL/NBA, Mt. Rushmore of Coaches and Managers
<p>Hosts Mike Guidone and Chris Caputo welcomed NFL Insider <strong>James Alerio</strong> to discuss this weekend’s games and the early playoff outlook. Mike and Chris then gave their take on the NBA’s in-season tournament and gave votes on New York’s “Mount Rushmore” of coaches and managers.</p>
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Isles/Jets, Rutgers Football, Darthmouth College Women's Basketball
<p>Hosts Mike Guidone along and Chris Caputo welcomed three guests to the show, spanning a variety of topics. First, <strong>John “Johnny Sticks” Santamaria</strong> joined the show to discuss the recent improved play by the New York Islanders and whether the slumping Jets could pull off a miracle finish. Next, college football expert<strong> Conner Clark</strong> stopped by to discuss the early National Championship outlook and the potential rise of Rutgers as a tri-state player on the scene. Finally, Dartmouth College Women’s Basketball Head Coach and New York native <strong>Linda Cimino</strong> joined the broadcast to give her opinions on the state of Division I college basketball and the challenges of coaching in the Ivy League.</p>
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Tough Guys Author Dale Arbold, Mark Volman
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes New England sportscaster<strong> Dale Arnold</strong> to discuss his new book <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Tough-Guys-Dale-Arnold/dp/1637271921" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">TOUGH GUYS</a>, about hockey’s enforcers. Later, the great <strong>Mark Volman</strong>, he of<em> Flo &amp; Eddie and the Turtles</em>, brings some Thanksgiving week cheer!</p>
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Jets/Giants Struggles, Islanders Issues
<p>Host Chris Caputo opened the show by explaining the depths of the problems for the New York Giants before talking with <strong>John Santamaria</strong> about the Jets and the Islanders. John pointed out the ramifications of losing another game for the Jets and pinpointed their struggles to score. "Johnny Sticks" also discussed the lack of speed and defense for Islanders as they prepare for a road trip that could bring about a coaching change.</p><p>Later, Chris speaks with <strong>Matt Santamaria</strong>, who ran the NYC Marathon in November just six years after having multiple seizures. Matt raised $7,000 for the Alzheimer's Association and discussed the uniqueness of the 5 boroughs, 26.2-mile run. Callers spoke to Chris about Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift, the Mets, and the Jets to round out the show.</p>
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Randy Hundley, Nick Lowery
<p>In this exciting episode of the radio show, host Bill Donohue welcomes two distinguished sports figures who have made a significant impact in their respective fields. The show featured a thrilling and insightful conversation that captivated sports enthusiasts and fans alike.</p><p>Bill began the show by welcoming legendary Chicago Cubs catcher <strong>Randy Hundley</strong>. A beloved figure in the hearts of Cubs fans, during his career Randy demonstrated remarkable skills both behind the plate and with a bat in his hands. Hundley's story was one of dedication, resilience, and passion for the game. Listeners heard him share anecdotes from his time with the Cubs, reflecting on the highs and lows of his career, and providing a unique perspective on the world of professional baseball.</p><p>Later, former New York Jets place kicker <strong>Nick Lowery</strong> joined the program. Nick Lowery was a true football legend, known for his precise kicking abilities and incredible accuracy on the field. He was remembered for being one of the most reliable kickers in the history of the NFL. With over 18 seasons in the league, Lowery's journey from a young aspiring athlete to a seasoned NFL player was a testament to hard work and perseverance. Listeners gained insights into the world of professional football from the perspective of a highly skilled specialist in a position that often played a critical role in determining the outcome of games.</p><p>Host Bill Donohue, a seasoned broadcaster with a passion for sports, guided the conversation with Hundley and Lowery, delving into their career highlights, the challenges they had faced, and the moments that had left a lasting impact on them. The show provided a platform for these sports legends to share their experiences, insights, and perspectives on the ever-evolving world of sports.</p><p>Overall, that episode was an engaging and informative discussion that offered a deeper understanding of the dedication, commitment, and hard work required to excel in the world of professional sports. With the blend of baseball and football expertise brought by Randy Hundley and Nick Lowery, listeners enjoyed a memorable and enriching radio show that celebrated the enduring spirit of sportsmanship.</p>
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Brad Park, Rick Carpiniello
<p>Host Bill Donohue is joined by the legendary<strong> Brad Park</strong>, former New York Rangers defenseman and a member of the Hockey Hall-of-Fame. Park shares his experiences, insights, and the memorable moments that defined his illustrious career.</p><p>Later, Bill engages in an insightful conversation with <strong>Rick Carpiniello</strong>, a former New York Rangers/NHL reporter for <em>The Athletic</em>, as they delve into his latest publication, <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Franchise-Rangers-Curated-History-Blueshirts/dp/163727551X" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">The Franchise: New York Rangers: A Curated History of the Blueshirts</a>. Together, they discuss how this new book takes a more profound and unique journey into the history of an iconic team through a thoughtful and engaging collection of essays that captures the astute fans' history of the franchise, going beyond well-worn narratives of yesteryear to uncover the less-discussed moments, decisions, people, and settings that fostered the team's iconic identity.</p>
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Mets/Knicks/Isles/Jets
<p>Host “Coach” Mike Guidone along with Chris Caputo dove deep into the New York sports scene during the busiest time of the year. Mike and Chris broke down the Mets off-season potential moves and discussed the Knicks pre-season success. Guest John “Johnny-Sticks” Santamaria joined the show to give his thoughts on the Islanders season through 4 games and provided his perspective on a possible Jets’ playoff run despite the loss of Aaron Rodgers.</p>
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How the 1970s Transformed Sports in America
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes the grandson of the great Branch Rickey III, author <strong>Michael McCambridge,</strong> to discuss his new book <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Big-Time-Transformed-Sports-America/dp/1538706695" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">The Big Time - How the 1970 Transformed Sports In America.</a></p>
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A Trip Down Memory Lane: Baseball Legends and Unlikely Friendships
<p>In this captivating episode of "A Trip Down Memory Lane," your host Bill Donohue has prepared a special treat for all you baseball enthusiasts out there. Joining us today is none other than former Brooklyn Dodger, Jim Gentile, and acclaimed author Adam Lazarus, here to discuss his latest literary gem, <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Wingmen-Unlikely-Unbreakable-Friendship-Williams/dp/0806542500" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Wingmen: The Unlikely, Unusual, Unbreakable Friendship Between John Glenn and Ted Williams</a>.</p><p>Jim Gentile, a legendary figure in the world of baseball, brings with him a treasure trove of stories from his time with the Brooklyn Dodgers. As a Dodger, Gentile was part of the team's rich history and played alongside some of the game's all-time greats. In this episode, we get to hear firsthand accounts of those glorious days on the diamond, as Gentile shares his experiences, challenges, and triumphs throughout his 11-year MLB career.</p><p>But that's not all! Adam Lazarus, an accomplished author known for his in-depth explorations of baseball history, delves into his latest work, "Wingmen." The book uncovers the remarkable friendship that blossomed between two iconic American figures—John Glenn, the celebrated astronaut, and Ted Williams, the legendary Boston Red Sox hitter. This unusual bond between a war hero turned astronaut and a baseball superstar demonstrates the incredible power of friendship that transcends boundaries and expectations.</p><p>Lazarus takes us on a journey through the lives of these two extraordinary individuals, revealing the surprising moments and shared experiences that forged their unbreakable connection. Their story is a testament to the enduring power of friendship, showing us that even the most unlikely of friendships can leave an indelible mark on history.</p><p>Tune in to this episode of "A Trip Down Memory Lane" for a captivating conversation that bridges the worlds of baseball and space exploration, and explores the bonds that tie us all together, no matter how different our backgrounds may be. With Bill Donohue, Jim Gentile, and Adam Lazarus, you're in for a delightful and thought-provoking radio show that will leave you inspired by the extraordinary stories of these remarkable individuals and their enduring friendships.</p>
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Jets/Giants Early Struggles
<p>Hosts Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone begin the show putting a strong focus on the early struggles of the Jets and the Giants. Regular contributors <strong>John Santamaria</strong> and <strong>Chris Caputo </strong>call to join in the conversation regarding what moves and adjustments can be made immediately with tough stretches coming up for the NY football teams to keep their seasons from spiraling out of control. Mike and Mike take calls from a resigned Jet fan and a concerned Giant fan.&nbsp;</p>
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Jerry Kramer, Felix Cavaliere
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former NFL player, author and sports commentator <strong>Jerry Kramer</strong> to the show. Kramer starred for the Green Bay Packers from 1958 to 1968, playing most of his 11-season career under the Hall of Fame head coach Vince Lombardi. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2018 and recently penned a new book with co-author Bob Fox, <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Run-Win-Packers-Lombardi-Canton/dp/1637273002" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Run to Win: My Packers Life from Lombardi to Canton</a>. Later Bill talks with Rock-and-Roll Hall of Famer <strong>Felix Cavaliere</strong> of the Young Rascals.</p>
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Rick Dempsey, Tom House
<p>Host Bill Donohue kicks off the show with a warm welcome to special guest <strong>Rick Dempsey</strong>, a former Baltimore Orioles catcher and the 1983 World Series MVP. Rick talks about his remarkable baseball journey and memorable experiences.</p><p>Later in the program, Bill dives into the world of modern pitching mechanics with the renowned expert, <strong>Tom House</strong>. Often hailed as "the father of modern pitching mechanics," Tom revolutionized how we understand and teach the art of pitching. Tom shares his insights, innovations, and his incredible journey through the world of baseball. So, sit back, relax, and get ready for a double-header of fascinating conversations here on WGBB</p>
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Jets Expectations, Mets/Yankees, Knicks Rumors, US Open
<p>Hosts Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone are joined on the phone by Jets' insider <strong>John Santamaria</strong> to discuss the sky-high expectations around the Jets now that Aaron Rodgers is piloting the plane. Mike and Mike continue on to a conversation about l roster construction for the Giants and preview their early schedule. In the second half, the hosts try to pinpoint where and why things went completely off the rails in this lost baseball season for the Mets and the Yankees and bemoan the lack of transparency from ownership of those clubs. Mike and Mike conclude the show by addressing a couple of off-season Knicks rumors and then set the stage for the US Open tennis to begin.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p>
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Jets Expectations, Yankees Disappointments
<p>Host Andy Suekoff opens the show talking with <strong>Antwan Staley</strong>, NFL and Jets reporter for the Daily News. The guys talked about the New York Jets and their expectations for the season- and some light ribbing after Staley’s Red Sox swept the Yankees! Later, Andy takes his frustrations out on the New York Yankees and their disappointing season.</p>
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Ed Kranepool, HOF Candidacy of William "Dummy" Hoy
<p>Host Bill Donohue enthusiastically welcomes a true New York Mets icon, <strong>Ed Kranepool</strong>, to the airwaves for an engaging conversation that delves into the captivating world of baseball and literature. Ed Kranepool, a living legend in baseball, takes center stage as he engages in an in-depth discussion about his recently published book, <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Last-Miracle-18-Year-Journey-Amazin/dp/1637272707" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">The Last Miracle</a>. The book promises to be captivating, undoubtedly offering readers an intimate glimpse into the riveting journey of a man whose legacy in the sport remains etched in the annals of history.</p><p>During this vibrant radio show, Bill Donohue seamlessly transitions to another compelling facet of baseball history, a subject that showcases the show's dedication to exploring diverse narratives within the sport. Bill engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Ed's co-author,<strong> Gary Kaschak</strong>. The focus of their discussion centers around an awe-inspiring story from baseball's past—a tale that shines a spotlight on William "Dummy" Hoy, a true pioneer in the game. As the first deaf player in the history of baseball, "Dummy" Hoy's legacy extends far beyond the diamond, becoming a testament to the power of perseverance and the triumph of the human spirit.</p><p>With an unwavering commitment to highlighting the multifaceted aspects of baseball, the radio show delves into William "Dummy" Hoy's remarkable journey and his National Baseball Hall-of-Fame candidacy. As Bill and Gary Kaschak explore the impact of Hoy's contributions to the sport, they undoubtedly open the door to a broader conversation about inclusivity, representation, and the enduring power of sports to transcend barriers.</p><p>In an era where the intersection of sports and literature serves as a rich tapestry of narratives waiting to be unveiled, the dynamic pairing of Ed Kranepool's insightful book and the celebration of William "Dummy" Hoy's groundbreaking achievements form the heart and soul of this riveting radio show. Through passionate dialogue and captivating storytelling, the show offers listeners a front-row seat to moments of triumph, struggle, and inspiration that continue to shape the vibrant tapestry of baseball's history.</p>
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Colin Cosell, Yngwie Malmsteen
<p>Host Bill Donohue begins the show by welcoming <strong>Colin Cosell</strong>, the familiar voice behind the announcements at CitiField. As the public address voice of this renowned sports venue, Colin Cosell brings a unique energy to the stadium experience. Colin gives us some insight into live event broadcasting and the art of engaging a large audience.</p><p>Later, Bill is joined by legendary guitarist <strong>Yngwie Malmsteen</strong>. With his exceptional skills, Yngwie has made a lasting impact on the music scene. Tune in as we explore Yngwie's musical journey, his influences, and the mark he's left on the world of rock and metal.</p>
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Former Giants TE Derek Brown, Jets Camp, Mets/Yankees
<p>In this week's episode, hosts Mike Trezza and Chris Caputo, sitting in for Mike Guidone, welcome former New York Giants tight end <strong>Derek Brown</strong>. Derek talks with the guys about his career, changes in the NFL from the 1990s to now, and helps Mike and Chris preview this year's Big Blue squad. Next, Mike and Chris shift gears to discuss the major stories emerging from the Jets camp, offering insights and analysis.</p><p>In the show's second half, the focus turns to the New York Mets' recent decisions to trade David Robertson and Max Scherzer; and speculate about what other moves might be coming for the Mets before the trade deadline approaches. The guys close the show by discussing Aaron Judge's return from injury and how that plays into the Yankees' willingness to add a player or two at the deadline to bolster their fading playoff hopes.</p>
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Golfing the British Isles, Rocker Dave Mason
<p>Host Bill Donohue begins the program by welcoming <strong>Peter Gray</strong>, an environmental lawyer, and avid golf enthusiast, to delve into his latest book, <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Golfing-British-Isles-Warriors-Companion/dp/1637271956" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Golfing in the British Isles</a>. With the highly anticipated British Open just around the corner, Peter's golf and course architecture expertise promises an engaging discussion. Having served as a seasoned international golf course rater for Golfweek magazine, Peter has assessed countless courses both in the United States and abroad. Notably, he is an esteemed member of renowned golf architectural societies, including the Donald Ross Society and the Tillinghast Association.</p><p>In the program's second half, Bill welcomes a special guest, rock and roll Hall of Famer <strong>Dave Mason</strong>. Dave Mason's musical prowess and contributions to the industry have left an indelible mark on the world of rock music. As he prepares for his upcoming appearance at the Great South Bay Music Festival later this week, Dave's iconic presence in the music industry is sure to captivate the audience.</p><p>If you missed the live broadcast, tune in now for an exciting show filled with golfing insights and rock and roll vibes!</p>
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Frank Viola, Bryan Hoch
<p>In this exciting episode of the radio show, host Bill Donohue brings on two esteemed guests to delve into the world of baseball. The episode begins with a captivating conversation with former New York Mets pitcher, <strong>Frank Viola</strong>, who achieved great success during his career. Viola, known for his exceptional performance in the 1987 World Series, where he was crowned the Most Valuable Player, as well as his remarkable achievement of winning the American League Cy Young Award in 1988, shares fascinating insights and stories from his illustrious career.</p><p>As Bill Donohue engages Viola in conversation, listeners are treated to a behind-the-scenes look at the life of a professional baseball player. Viola discusses the challenges he faced, the strategies he employed on the field, and the memorable moments that defined his career. From his experiences playing in high-stakes games to the camaraderie he built with his teammates, Viola offers a captivating narrative that baseball enthusiasts and fans of the Mets alike will thoroughly enjoy.</p><p>In the show's second half, Bill Donohue welcomes <strong>Bryan Hoch</strong>, an expert on all things New York Yankees and a distinguished MLB reporter, to discuss his latest book, "<a href="https://www.amazon.com/62-Aaron-Yankees-Pursuit-Greatness/dp/166802795X" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">62</a>." Hoch's book, a captivating exploration of the storied history of the Yankees, promises to be a must-read for fans of the team and baseball aficionados in general.</p><p>During the conversation with Hoch, listeners gain valuable insights into the meticulous research and firsthand interviews that went into the creation of "62." The book delves into the rich history of the Yankees, chronicling their numerous accomplishments, legendary players, and unforgettable moments. Bill Donohue and Bryan Hoch explore some of the highlights and lesser-known stories from the book, offering listeners a taste of the captivating content within its pages.</p><p>Viola and Hoch provide a dynamic and comprehensive look at both the Mets and the Yankees, two iconic baseball teams that have left an indelible mark on the sport. Listeners are treated to a wealth of insider knowledge, personal anecdotes, and historical tidbits, making this episode a must-listen for any baseball fan.</p><p>As the episode draws to a close, Bill Donohue expresses gratitude to his guests, Frank Viola and Bryan Hoch, for their invaluable contributions to the show. With their remarkable insights and engaging storytelling, Viola and Hoch have truly brought the world of baseball to life, leaving listeners eagerly awaiting the next episode of this captivating radio show.</p>
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Business of Baseball, German is Perfect, Mets/Knicks/Isles
<p>In this captivating radio show, hosts Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone create an engaging atmosphere as they welcome esteemed baseball agent <strong>Tony Giordano</strong> to the studio. The trio embarks on an enlightening conversation, diving deep into the intricate world of player representation. Tony shares captivating anecdotes and personal experiences, regaling the audience with tales of his interactions with renowned former Mets and Yankees players. From legendary figures who have left an indelible mark on the game to rising stars on the cusp of stardom, Tony discusses his roster of current MLB talents, offering unique insights into their journeys and the challenges they face in the competitive world of professional baseball.</p><p>Amidst their discussion, Mike and Mike take a moment to pay homage to Domingo German's extraordinary achievement—a perfect game pitched for the Yankees this weekend against the Oakland A's. The hosts marvel at German's exceptional performance, dissecting the game's highlights and relaying the excitement to listeners, who can almost feel the electricity in the air.</p><p>As the show progresses, the dynamic shifts, and the hosts welcome Mets insider <strong>Chris Caputo</strong> to the conversation. Chris shares exclusive insider knowledge, shedding light on the Mets' potential approach as the trade deadline looms. The trio engages in a spirited debate, analyzing the team's strengths, weaknesses, and the strategic possibilities that lie ahead. Speculation fills the airwaves as they ponder whether the Mets might opt to become sellers, making calculated moves to fortify their roster for the future.</p><p>Switching gears seamlessly, Mike and Mike turn their attention to the world of basketball, delving into the recent moves made by the New York Knicks. With an astute eye for the game, they dissect the team's acquisition of Donte DiVincenzo and the departure of Obi Toppin. The hosts examine the implications of these transactions, contemplating how these changes might shape the team's dynamic and performance in the upcoming season. Drawing on their expertise, they dive into the realm of speculation, exploring potential moves the Knicks might pursue during the off-season to solidify their roster and enhance their chances of success.</p><p>Bringing the show to a close, Islanders insider <strong>John Santamaria</strong> steps into the spotlight, providing invaluable insights into the team's recent endeavors. John delves into the details of the Sorokin contract, discussing the implications and long-term impact on the team's goaltending prowess. The conversation takes a contemplative turn as they discuss the decision to part ways with veteran player Josh Bailey, exploring the potential ripple effects on the team's chemistry and future strategies. Looking ahead to the Isles' off-season, John offers tantalizing glimpses into what lies on the horizon, leaving listeners eager to see how the team evolves and competes in the seasons to come.</p><p>Overall, this radio show captivates its audience with its breadth of knowledge, captivating anecdotes, and insightful analysis. Each guest brings a unique perspective to the table, igniting engaging conversations that resonate with fans of baseball, basketball, and hockey alike.</p>
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Carl Erskine, Ron Cey
<p>Get ready for an exhilarating radio show episode as host Bill Donohue takes you on a captivating journey into the world of baseball, where he engages in enthralling conversations with three esteemed baseball legends. Each guest brings their own unique experiences, insights, and passion for the game, promising an episode you won't want to miss.</p><p>Kicking off the show is none other than <strong>Carl Erskine</strong>, the former pitching ace of the Brooklyn Dodgers and the 2023 Buck O’Neil Lifetime Achievement Award winner. Carl's stellar career is highlighted by his formidable skills on the mound and his memorable moments in one of baseball's most iconic franchises. With each anecdote and memory he shares, Carl transports us back in time, giving us a glimpse into the golden era of baseball and the unparalleled camaraderie that defined his playing days. Baseball enthusiasts and fans alike will be captivated by Carl's genuine love for the game and his unwavering dedication to his craft.</p><p>As the episode progresses, Bill dives into an engaging conversation with <strong>Ron Cey</strong>, the legendary former third baseman fondly known as "The Penguin" during his tenure with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Ron's presence on the field was a force to be reckoned with, and his contributions to the sport are etched in baseball history. As Ron joins the conversation, he takes us on a remarkable journey through his playing days, sharing the triumphs, challenges, and unforgettable moments that shaped his career. With his unique perspectives and unparalleled passion, Ron offers listeners a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the life of a professional athlete and the enduring legacy of the Dodgers.</p><p>Prepare yourself for an extraordinary radio show episode brimming with the wisdom, anecdotes, and unwavering passion of these remarkable baseball personalities. Tune in and immerse yourself in the captivating stories and enduring love for the game that unite these legendary figures, making this episode an unforgettable experience for baseball enthusiasts and fans of all ages.</p>
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Upcoming Subway Series, NBA Finals, NBA Draft
<p>In this episode of the radio show, hosts Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone kick off the program with an exciting preview of the upcoming subway series between the New York Yankees and the New York Mets at CitiField. They discuss the historical rivalry between the two teams and highlight the key matchups to watch for in the upcoming games.</p><p>To gain some valuable insights into the Mets' recent struggles, the hosts invite Mets maven <strong>Chris Caputo</strong> to join the show. Caputo expresses his frustration with the team's performance, focusing on various aspects such as roster construction, lineup issues, and a lack of clubhouse leadership. He delves into the challenges the Mets have been facing and offers his perspective on potential solutions to turn things around.</p><p>After a short break, Mike and Mike shift their attention to the New York Yankees. They analyze the team's current standing, describing them as "middle of the pack." The hosts express their concerns about the Yankees' inconsistent performance and their struggles with player injuries. They discuss specific players who have had difficulty staying healthy and others who have failed to maintain productivity and consistency throughout the season.</p><p>As the show nears its conclusion, the hosts briefly shift gears to the NBA Finals and provide some observations on the ongoing championship series. They analyze the key storylines, standout performances, and offer their predictions for the outcome of the Finals. Additionally, the hosts discuss the upcoming NBA draft, sharing their thoughts on potential prospects and the impact they could have on teams in the league.</p>
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Kyle Finnegan, Kurt Bevacqua
<p>On this exciting episode of the radio show, host Bill Donohue engages in an enlightening conversation with none other than the esteemed Washington Nationals closer, <strong>Kyle Finnegan</strong>. Together, they delve into the new pitch clock rules and the captivating world of a closer's daily regimen, shedding light on the meticulous routines and strategic approaches that contribute to the high-pressure role. From mental preparation to physical conditioning, Finnegan unravels the secrets behind his success on the mound, offering a glimpse into the relentless dedication required to excel in his position.</p><p>But that's not all! Bill Donohue then welcomes former big leaguer <strong>Kurt Bevacqua</strong> back to the program. With a storied career that saw him face off against formidable opponents and grace the same field as the iconic Henry Aaron, Bevacqua brings a wealth of captivating stories to the airwaves. In a lively conversation, Bill and Kurt delve into the gripping battles between Bevacqua and the renowned Dodgers manager, Tommy Lasorda, unearthing the intensity and competitive spirit that defined their encounters.</p><p>However, it doesn't end there. Kurt Bevacqua's journey takes an even more captivating turn as he shares his experiences of being a teammate to the unparalleled greatness of Henry Aaron. Together, they reminisce about Aaron's incredible skill, unwavering determination, and the enduring impact he had on the game of baseball. Through Bevacqua's vivid recollections, listeners gain a firsthand account of the profound influence Aaron had on his teammates and the lasting legacy he left behind.</p><p>Join host Bill Donohue as he guides you through this riveting episode, immersing you in the world of baseball's closers, unraveling the enigmatic battles of Kurt Bevacqua and Tommy Lasorda, and painting a vibrant picture of what it meant to play alongside the unforgettable Henry Aaron. Get ready for a radio show experience that combines captivating stories, insightful commentary, and an undying passion for the great American pastime.</p>
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Yankees, NHL/NBA Playoffs
<p>Host Andy Suekoff kicked off the radio show with an engaging recap of the New York Yankees' recent homestand. It was evident that injuries had plagued the team throughout the season, becoming a major talking point. The Yankees had to navigate through these challenges, knowing that they couldn't rely on the legendary closer Mariano Rivera to walk through the door and save the day. The host emphasized the urgency for the team to find a solution to their closer situation, as it would be crucial for their success going forward.</p><p>As the show progressed, Andy shifted gears and delved into the exciting playoff races in both the National Hockey League (NHL) and the National Basketball Association (NBA). The host provided insightful analysis and commentary on the intense competition and thrilling matchups that unfolded during the postseason.</p><p>In particular, Andy highlighted the impressive performance of Matthew Tkachuk, a winger for the Florida Panthers, in the NHL playoffs. Describing Tkachuk as a "Hockey God," the host emphasized his exceptional skill, leadership, and impact on the game. The discussion around Tkachuk showcased the enthusiasm and passion that the host had for hockey and the remarkable performances that captivated fans during the playoff season.</p><p>Throughout the radio show, Andy demonstrated his expertise and engaging style as he covered a range of topics. From discussing the Yankees' injury struggles and the importance of finding a reliable closer to diving into the thrilling NHL and NBA playoff races, the host kept listeners informed and entertained with his insightful analysis and energetic delivery.</p>
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Local School Athletics, Knicks/Mets
<p>In a highly informative and thought-provoking episode, the esteemed host Mike Guidone sets the stage for an enlightening discussion by extending a warm welcome to none other than Dr. Danielle Turner, the accomplished Athletic Director at Locust Valley High School. With a wealth of experience and expertise in her field, Dr. Turner graces the show with her presence to shed light on the multifaceted challenges that athletic departments in local schools often encounter. As the conversation unfolds, Guidone skillfully navigates through the intricate landscape of high school sports administration, delving into topics such as funding constraints, resource allocation, fostering inclusivity, and balancing the demands of academics and athletics. Dr. Turner's insights and solutions offer a beacon of inspiration and guidance, providing a valuable resource not only to aspiring athletic directors but to anyone invested in the success and well-being of local school sports programs.</p><p>But the exhilaration doesn't stop there, as the dynamic duo of Guidone and his esteemed guest Dr. Turner make way for an exhilarating segment that captures the hearts of sports enthusiasts across the nation. Dialing in to lend his expert analysis, the highly knowledgeable Chris Caputo joins the conversation, immersing listeners in a thrilling post-mortem examination of the New York Knicks' season. With an unwavering passion for the game and an unrivaled understanding of basketball, Caputo, in tandem with Guidone, dissects the highs, lows, and pivotal moments of the Knicks' journey, offering a comprehensive analysis that leaves no stone unturned. From strategic decisions to player performances, coaching approaches to team dynamics, the engaging dialogue between Guidone and Caputo provides a deep dive into the intricacies of the game, enlightening fans and enthusiasts alike.</p><p>However, the conversation doesn't end on the hardwood court, as the spotlight now shifts to the New York Mets and their recent 'Let the Kids Play' approach. Guidone and Caputo passionately explore the team's bold strategy, examining its impact on player development, team chemistry, and fan engagement. Caputo's endorsement of this approach adds a valuable perspective, drawing upon his extensive knowledge and experience within the world of sports. Listeners are treated to a captivating discussion that not only celebrates the Mets' commitment to nurturing young talent but also raises intriguing questions about the ever-evolving landscape of professional baseball and the merits of embracing a youth-oriented philosophy.</p><p>As the episode draws to a close, listeners are left with a profound sense of appreciation for the behind-the-scenes efforts and challenges faced by athletic departments in local schools. Simultaneously, they revel in the excitement of sports analysis and the profound impact it has on shaping the narrative of beloved teams. Through the expert guidance of Guidone, the invaluable insights of Dr. Turner, and the expert analysis of Caputo, the show serves as a platform for education, entertainment, and inspiration, fostering a deeper connection between sports enthusiasts and the intricacies of their favorite games.</p>
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Knicks/Heat, Mets/Yankees, Rangers Exit
<p>Get ready for an action-packed episode of the highly acclaimed radio show as the dynamic duo of hosts, Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone, take the airwaves by storm, leaving no stone unturned in their relentless pursuit of sports analysis and captivating discussion.</p><p>The electrifying energy in the studio is palpable as Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone dive headfirst into a riveting analysis of the thrilling New York Knicks vs. Miami Heat second round series. With their expert insights and unparalleled knowledge of the game, they dissect every exhilarating moment, strategic decision, and heart-pounding play that defined the clash between these two formidable basketball powerhouses. Listeners are treated to a front-row seat as the hosts skillfully break down the Knicks' prospects of advancing to the highly coveted NBA Eastern Conference finals, exploring the team's strengths, weaknesses, and the challenges that lie ahead. With each passing minute, the airwaves buzz with anticipation, as Mike and Mike paint a vivid picture of the intense battle being waged on the hardwood.</p><p>But the excitement doesn't end there! In a bold move, Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone fearlessly turn their attention to the baseball diamond, unleashing a torrent of scathing criticism aimed at both the New York Mets and the Yankees for their disappointing early season results. No stone is left unturned as the hosts meticulously dissect every aspect of the teams' performance, scrutinizing everything from batting averages to pitching rotations, and highlighting the missed opportunities and glaring flaws that have left fans disheartened. With their signature blend of passion and expertise, Mike and Mike engage in a spirited discussion that leaves no doubt as to their dedication to holding these beloved New York teams accountable for their shortcomings.</p><p>As the show reaches its crescendo, the hosts pull off yet another surprise, inviting esteemed New York Rangers insider <strong>Chris</strong> <strong>Caputo</strong> to join the conversation. The air crackles with anticipation as Chris reacts to the shocking firing of Gerard Gallant, the team's head coach, following a lackluster first-round playoff exit. Listeners are treated to insider insights, as Chris sheds light on the behind-the-scenes dynamics, player reactions, and the future direction of the Blue Shirts. With each word, Chris's analysis resonates, and fans gain a deeper understanding of the complexities of the sport and the decisions that shape a team's destiny.</p><p>In this power-packed episode, Mike Trezza, Mike Guidone, and Chris Caputo orchestrate a symphony of sports knowledge, analysis, and captivating discussion. Their passion for the game, combined with their unrivaled expertise, creates an immersive experience that leaves listeners hungry for more. So tune in and let the dynamic trio guide you through the exhilarating highs and disappointing lows of New York sports, reminding us all of the unbreakable bond between fans, teams, and the thrill of competition.</p>
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Darold Knowles, John Hannah
<p>Ladies and gentlemen, get ready to be transported back in time as esteemed host Bill Donohue sets the stage for an extraordinary radio show episode that combines the rich history of baseball with the glories of professional football. Brace yourselves for an unparalleled journey through sporting greatness as Bill invites two legendary figures to grace the airwaves and share their awe-inspiring stories.</p><p>First up, the charismatic Bill Donohue welcomes none other than the World Champion Oakland A's pitcher <strong>Darold</strong> <strong>Knowles</strong>, a true living legend of the game. Darold's remarkable feat of pitching in all seven games of the unforgettable 1973 World Series against the New York Mets instantly captivates listeners' imaginations. As the room fills with anticipation, Bill and Darold embark on a gripping conversation, delving deep into the treacherous battlegrounds of the World Series, where every pitch, every moment, and every decision carried immense weight. Listeners are treated to an insider's perspective, as Darold recounts the nail-biting suspense, the exhilarating triumphs, and the heartbreaking defeats that defined that historic clash between two baseball powerhouses. With each anecdote, Darold's words paint vivid pictures of a bygone era, leaving fans both young and old yearning for the timeless magic of the diamond.</p><p>But the excitement doesn't stop there! Bill Donohue expertly pivots to another sporting realm, graciously inviting former New England Patriots guard and pro football Hall-of-Famer <strong>John</strong> <strong>Hannah</strong> to share his remarkable journey in the world of professional football. As the air crackles with anticipation, listeners are drawn into a captivating dialogue that explores the indomitable spirit, unwavering dedication, and unyielding passion that propelled John Hannah to the pinnacle of his sport. Bill skillfully guides the conversation, unraveling the hidden intricacies of the game, and unearthing the untold stories that lie beneath the surface of triumphs and championships. Listeners are immersed in the world of gridiron glory, experiencing the relentless pursuit of greatness and the sacrifices made along the way.</p><p>In this unforgettable episode, Bill Donohue orchestrates a symphony of sporting brilliance, seamlessly transitioning between two iconic figures from different realms of athletic prowess. Each guest, with their unique perspective, brings forth a treasure trove of memories, emotions, and invaluable wisdom, reminding us all of the enduring power of sports to inspire, unite, and transcend time.</p><p>So, tune in and let the magic of Sports Talk NY and let host Bill Donohue's whisk you away on a mesmerizing journey, where legends are born, where victories are etched into the annals of history, and where the indomitable spirit of athleticism shines bright.</p>
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Tribute to Rick Wolff
<p>Prepare to embark on a special episode of WGBB's Sports Talk NY radio show, where esteemed host Rob Fried takes a heartfelt moment to pay tribute to a true sports aficionado, Rick Wolff. With deep reverence, Rob honors the memory of Rick, a multifaceted individual who left an indelible mark on the world of sports as an American book editor, author, college coach, broadcaster, and even a onetime professional baseball player. As the airwaves resonate with the warmth of nostalgia, Rob fondly recalls Rick's long-running show, The Sports Edge, a beloved program that graced the airwaves on Sunday mornings on WFAN. Listeners are encouraged to join Rob in celebrating Rick's profound contributions to the realm of amateur sports, as his legacy continues to inspire and resonate with sports enthusiasts around the world.</p><p>In a seamless transition, Rob dives into a captivating conversation with <strong>Joel Pasternak</strong>, a national class runner whose annual show on the NYC Marathon became a tradition in its own right. Joel's passion for running shines through as he shares his exhilarating experiences and insights garnered from years of participation in this iconic event. Listeners are taken on a journey through the excitement, the endurance, and the triumphs of the NYC Marathon, as Joel's vivid descriptions transport them to the very heart of this extraordinary race. With each word, Joel ignites the spirit of determination and the joy of overcoming challenges, inspiring runners and enthusiasts alike to lace up their shoes and pursue their own athletic aspirations.</p><p>But the excitement doesn't stop there! Rob continues to captivate listeners as he welcomes <strong>Bill Mitaritonna</strong> to the show, an accomplished author of <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Last-Redmen-Memoir-Basketball-Walk/dp/1731422202" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Last of the Redmen: Memoir of a St. John’s Basketball Walk-On</a>. The air crackles with anticipation as Rob delves into Bill's inspiring journey as a walk-on player for the renowned St. John's basketball team. Listeners are treated to a glimpse behind the scenes of college basketball, as Bill shares his firsthand experiences, the challenges faced, and the resilience required to pursue one's dreams against all odds. Through Bill's story, the power of determination and the importance of seizing opportunities come to life, resonating with listeners who yearn for stories of grit, passion, and unwavering dedication.</p><p>In this extraordinary episode, Rob Fried crafts a tapestry of tribute, inspiration, and gripping storytelling, honoring the legacy of Rick Wolff, celebrating the spirit of the NYC Marathon, and shining a spotlight on the resilience and determination of a St. John's basketball walk-on. Through these narratives, listeners are reminded of the enduring power of sports, the captivating stories they generate, and the way they inspire individuals to reach for greatness in their own lives. So tune in and let Rob guide you through this captivating journey, where memories are cherished, achievements are celebrated, and the magic of sports continues to ignite our souls.</p>
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John Gibbons, Bill Pulsipher
<p>On this engaging episode of Sports Talk NY, host Bill Donohue sets the stage for an exciting New York sports-themed show as he welcomes two distinguished baseball personalities. The show begins with the introduction of former New York Mets catcher and Toronto Blue Jays skipper, <strong>John Gibbons</strong>.</p><p>Known for his expertise behind the plate as a catcher with the New York Mets and his leadership as manager of the Toronto Blue Jays, John brings a wealth of experience and insights to the conversation. As the former skipper of the Blue Jays, Gibbons successfully guided the team through numerous seasons, leaving an indelible mark on the franchise's history. With his unique perspective, Gibbons shares captivating stories from his time in the dugout, shedding light on the challenges and triumphs of managing a professional baseball team. Listeners are treated to an insider's view of the strategies, dynamics, and unforgettable moments that occur on and off the field.</p><p>After an engaging discussion with John Gibbons, Bill Donohue shifts the focus to another former New York Mets player, <strong>Bill Pulsipher</strong>, who made a name for himself as a talented pitcher. Pulsipher's journey in professional baseball is one of resilience and determination. Having battled through injuries and setbacks, Pulsipher's story serves as an inspiration to aspiring athletes. During the interview, Pulsipher reflects on his time with the Mets, sharing his experiences on the mound and providing valuable insights into the challenges faced by pitchers in the demanding world of Major League Baseball.</p><p>With both guests offering their unique perspectives, the radio show provides an in-depth exploration of the intricacies and nuances of the sport. Listeners gain valuable insights into the strategies employed by managers, the mental and physical challenges faced by players, and the excitement that accompanies a career in professional baseball. Bill Donohue expertly navigates the conversations, allowing his guests to delve into their personal journeys and share their experiences with authenticity and passion.</p><p>Throughout the radio show, listeners are treated to captivating anecdotes, behind-the-scenes stories, and expert analysis of the sport. The dynamic exchange between the host and his guests creates an engaging atmosphere, keeping audiences hooked as they delve deeper into the world of baseball. Whether avid fans or casual observers, listeners are sure to walk away with a newfound appreciation for the game and the individuals who dedicate their lives to it.</p><p>In summary, this episode of the radio show featuring host Bill Donohue, former New York Mets catcher and Toronto Blue Jays skipper John Gibbons, and former Mets pitcher Bill Pulsipher provides an immersive experience into the world of baseball. The guests' wealth of experience, combined with their passion for the sport, offers listeners an inside look at the triumphs, challenges, and captivating stories that make baseball a beloved pastime.</p>
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NHL Playoffs, Mets, Knicks
<p>In this lively radio show, hosts Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone bring together a group of regular contributors for an engaging and diverse discussion. The show kicks off with <strong>John Santamaria</strong> sharing his firsthand experience of the electrifying atmosphere at the UBS Arena, the home arena for the New York Islanders, during the team's first-ever playoff game there. Santamaria vividly describes the excitement, energy, and passion that permeated the venue, giving listeners a taste of the thrilling atmosphere that surrounded this historic event.</p><p>Next, the hosts welcome <strong>Chris Caiozzo</strong>, who calls in to provide insights into the New Jersey Devils and their performance. Caiozzo emphasizes the importance of giving credit where it's due and highlights the progress and achievements of the Devils. He delves into their strengths, potential, and the challenges they face in a highly competitive league. Additionally, Caiozzo shares his analysis of the New York Rangers' prospects for the season, discussing the team's potential and how far they can go in their quest for success.</p><p>Continuing the conversation, <strong>Chris Caputo</strong> joins the show and engages in a thought-provoking discussion about the suspension of Max Scherzer and its impact on the New York Mets. Caputo provides expert analysis on the implications of losing a key player like Scherzer and explores strategies that can help the Mets stay competitive until both Scherzer and Justin Verlander return to the pitching rotation. Caputo's insights shed light on the Mets' ability to adapt, make necessary adjustments, and maintain their performance in the face of adversity.</p><p>As the radio show progresses, Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone transition into a conversation about the New York Knicks and their prospects for advancing in the playoffs after a decade-long drought. The hosts explore the team's strengths, key players, and the potential challenges they may encounter in their pursuit of playoff success. The discussion generates excitement and anticipation among listeners as they ponder the possibility of the Knicks making a significant postseason impact.</p><p>Throughout the show, the hosts and their contributors engage in lively banter, sharing their expertise, opinions, and unique perspectives on various sports topics. Their in-depth analysis, coupled with personal anecdotes and observations, creates a dynamic and engaging atmosphere for listeners. Whether avid fans or casual followers of sports, audiences are sure to find value in the diverse range of topics discussed and gain a deeper understanding of the teams, players, and dynamics shaping the New York sports landscape.</p><p>In summary, this radio show hosted by Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone provides an informative and entertaining platform for sports enthusiasts. The conversations with regular contributors, including John Santamaria, Chris Caiozzo, and Chris Caputo, cover a wide range of topics, from capturing the electric atmosphere of the Islanders' playoff game to discussing the prospects of teams like the Devils, Rangers, Mets, and Knicks. With engaging discussions, expert analysis, and passionate conversations, the show offers listeners a comprehensive and insightful glimpse into the world of New York sports.</p>
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Kurt Bevacqua, Jack Hiatt
<p>In this captivating radio show, host Bill Donohue sets the stage for a nostalgic and informative journey through baseball history. The episode commences with a conversation between Bill and<strong> Kurt Bevacqua</strong>, a legendary figure known for his heroics during the 1984 World Series as a member of the San Diego Padres.</p><p>Kurt Bevacqua's presence on the show sparks excitement among baseball fans as he reminisces about his memorable moments and contributions to the Padres' incredible World Series run. Listeners are transported back in time as Bevacqua shares stories from the dugout, recounting the intense atmosphere of the series and the pivotal role he played in helping the Padres achieve their remarkable feat. Through his anecdotes, Bevacqua provides an intimate and firsthand account of the emotions, challenges, and triumphs that characterized this unforgettable championship campaign.</p><p>As the show progresses, Bill Donohue welcomes another esteemed guest, <strong>Jack Hiatt</strong>, a former Major League Baseball catcher who made a significant impact during his career, most notably as a member of the San Francisco Giants. Hiatt's experience and perspective as a catcher from 1964 to 1972 offer a unique window into the intricacies of the game and the evolution of baseball during that era.</p><p>During his conversation with Bill, Jack Hiatt provides valuable insights into the life of a catcher, discussing the challenges and responsibilities associated with the position. He shares captivating stories from his time with the Giants, offering listeners a glimpse into the camaraderie, strategies, and dynamics within the team. Hiatt's wealth of knowledge and experiences paint a vivid picture of the sport during his playing days, allowing fans to appreciate the game's history and the contributions of those who paved the way for the modern era of baseball.</p><p>Throughout the radio show, Bill Donohue expertly guides the conversations, delving into the guests' careers, their perspectives on the game, and the impact they made on their respective teams. Listeners are treated to a blend of personal stories, analysis, and reflections, creating an engaging and educational experience. The dialogue between Bill and his guests showcases their passion for the sport and their love for the teams they represented, leaving listeners with a deep appreciation for the rich history and traditions of baseball.</p><p>In summary, this radio show, hosted by Bill Donohue, offers an immersive journey into baseball history through conversations with two distinguished guests. The interview with Kurt Bevacqua, the 1984 World Series hero for the San Diego Padres, brings back memories of an unforgettable championship run. Meanwhile, Jack Hiatt's presence as a former Major League Baseball catcher provides unique insights into the sport's evolution during his playing days, particularly as a member of the San Francisco Giants. With engaging stories, personal anecdotes, and expert analysis, the show leaves fans with a renewed appreciation for the game and the individuals who shaped its history.</p>
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Jack O'Callahan, Scott Spiezio
<p>In this captivating radio show, host Bill Donohue sets the stage for a thrilling episode featuring two esteemed guests with impressive sporting accomplishments. The show begins with the introduction of <strong>Jack O'Callahan</strong>, a renowned defenseman famously known for his role in the "Miracle on Ice" as a member of the 1980 United States Olympic hockey team.</p><p>As Bill Donohue engages in conversation with Jack O'Callahan, listeners are transported back to the historic moment when the United States hockey team achieved the unthinkable by defeating the Soviet Union during the Winter Olympics. O'Callahan shares his firsthand experiences, providing fascinating insights into the team's journey, the camaraderie among the players, and the challenges they faced on and off the ice. The discussion delves into the team's underdog status, the intensity of the competition, and the incredible sense of pride and accomplishment that came with winning the gold medal. O'Callahan's stories offer a glimpse into the resilience, determination, and teamwork required to achieve such a remarkable feat, leaving listeners inspired and in awe of this pivotal moment in sports history.</p><p>Later in the show, Bill Donohue welcomes <strong>Scott Spiezio</strong>, a two-time World Series champion, to the conversation. Spiezio's notable achievements in baseball make him a fascinating guest, and his insights provide listeners with a unique perspective on the game. As a player who has experienced the ultimate success in the World Series, Spiezio offers valuable insights into the mental and physical preparation required to compete at the highest level. He shares anecdotes from his championship-winning seasons, offering a behind-the-scenes look at the dynamics within a winning team, the thrill of postseason play, and the challenges faced during high-pressure situations. Spiezio's contributions to the conversation provide listeners with a deeper understanding of the game of baseball and the dedication necessary to achieve greatness.</p><p>Throughout the radio show, Bill Donohue skillfully navigates the discussions, allowing his guests to share their stories, insights, and personal experiences. The interviews highlight the resilience, determination, and teamwork required to excel in competitive sports. Listeners gain a deeper appreciation for the dedication and sacrifices made by athletes like Jack O'Callahan and Scott Spiezio as they pursue their dreams and achieve remarkable success on the international stage.</p><p>In summary, this radio show, hosted by Bill Donohue, offers a captivating exploration of two iconic moments in sports history. The interview with Jack O'Callahan, a defenseman from the "Miracle on Ice" Olympic hockey team, allows listeners to relive the thrill and triumph of that historic event. The conversation with Scott Spiezio, a two-time World Series champion, provides insights into the world of baseball and the mindset required to achieve success at the highest level. Through engaging discussions and personal anecdotes, the show leaves audiences inspired and in awe of the remarkable achievements of these legendary athletes.</p>
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Mets/Yankees, NCAA Tourney, St. John's and Rick Pitino
<p>Hosts Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone welcome <strong>Chris Caputo</strong> to the program form his to react to Edwin Diaz' injury in the World Baseball Classic and how the Mets will fill the void at closer. Later, <strong>Declan Krogman</strong> calls in to talk about Anthony Volpe being the Yankees opening day shortstop. Former NCAA Mens' hoops champ <strong>Chuck Everson</strong> joins the guys to close out the program to talk Final Four and St. John's hiring of Rick Pitino.</p>
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Bill Melchionni, Jason Blake
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former New York Nets point guard <strong>Bill Melchionni</strong>. The former National Basketball Association (NBA) and American Basketball Association (ABA) player was a three time All-Star and is one of only four players to win NBA and ABA championships.</p><p>Later, Bill talks with former New York Islanders forward <strong>Jason Blake</strong>.</p>
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New MLB Rules, NCAA Tourney, Giants Talk
<p>Hosts Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone welcome former longtime <em>Newsday </em>Yankees and Mets beat reporter <strong>Bob Herzog</strong> for a discussion of MLB's new rules for 2023. Later NCAA basketball champ and host of the Big East Rewind <strong>Chuck Everson</strong> comes on to preview this year's March Madness hoops tournament. Declan Krogman calls in to share his thoughts on how the Giants handled new contracts for Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley.</p>
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Bret Boone, Jim Messina
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former MLB second baseman and podcaster extraordinaire, <strong>Bret Boone.</strong> Later Bill talks with <strong>Jim Messina</strong> from Buffalo Springfield, Poco, and Loggins &amp; Messina. Jim plays the Suffolk Theater in Riverhead April 14th!</p>
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Jets QB Situation, Rangers Stanley Cup Hopes
<p>Host Andy Suekoff opens the show debating Aaron Rodgers vs Derek Carr as the potential next quarterback for the Jets. Later, Andy opines on the New York Rangers Stanley Cup chances.</p>
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Wally Backman, Jonathan Niese
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former New York Mets second baseman, 1986 World Champion and current manager of the Long Island Ducks of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, <strong>Wally Backman</strong>. Later, Bill talks with former Mets pitcher <strong>Jonathan Niese</strong>.</p>
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Olympic Star Dr. John Carlos, NBA Ref Bob Delaney
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former Olympic star <strong>Dr. John Carlos</strong> and former NBA referee and New Jersey state trooper <strong>Bob Delaney</strong>. Bob’s new book is <a href="https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Heroes-Are-Human/Bob-Delaney/9781947951549" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Heroes are Human-Lessons in Resilience, Courage and Wisdom From the COVID Front Lines</a>.</p>
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Giants End, Jets QB, Rangers Rebound, Knicks/Nets Rivalry
<p>Hosts Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone open the show by discussing the abrupt end to the Giants' playoff run and taking a look at where they need to upgrade to compete with the Eagles. Then they speculate about what the Jets may do the address their quarterback situation.</p><p>Later, New York Rangers insider <strong>Chris Caiozzo</strong> joins the show to talk about how the Blueshirts have turned things in the right direction after a rough start. Mike and Mike finish up by questioning whether Knicks/Nets is even a rivalry considering one-sided recent results.</p>
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Joe Klecko, Derek Sanderson
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former New York Jets defensive lineman <strong>Joe Klecko</strong>, followed by two-time Stanley Cup Champion and former New York Rangers forward <strong>Derek Sanderson</strong>.</p>
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Giants Wildcard Victory Over the Vikings
<p>Host and New York Giants fanatic Mike Trezza opens the show raving like a lunatic over the G-Men's first post-season victory in 11 years, defeating the Vikings 31-24 in Minnesota.</p><p>Giants reporter <strong>Declan Krogman</strong> joins Mike on the phone for a thorough breakdown of the Big Blue win and a look ahead to a second-round matchup with the Philadelphia Eagles. Later, Buffalo Bills insider <strong>Chris Caputo</strong> phones in to discuss the Bills narrow escape against the Miami Dolphins and recaps a wild weekend in the AFC.</p><p>Mike closes out the show taking some listener calls.</p>
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Baseball Hall-of-Fame President Josh Rawich
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes National Baseball Hall-of-Fame president <strong>Josh Rawich</strong>. Later, Bill talks with <strong>Vaylor Trucks</strong>, son of the late drummer Butch&nbsp;Trucks&nbsp;of the original <em>Allman Brothers</em> band.</p>
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MMA, NY Riptide, NY Jets
<p>Host Andy Suekoff rings in the new year with a two-hour holiday special, welcoming back to the show <strong>José Youngs</strong> from <em>MMA Fighting</em>, <strong>Rich Lisk</strong> from the New York Riptide and <strong>Gerald Bourguet</strong> from <em>PHNX Sports</em>. Andy already failed at his resolution to be kinder to the Jets, but they didn’t give him a choice!</p>
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Jay Fiedler
<p>Host Andy Suekoff opens the show re-capping the New York Jets loss to the Minnesota Vikings with former Jets quarterback and current “Jets Late Night” analyst <strong>Jay Fiedler</strong>. Later, Andy discusses how much he hates ties after the Giants-Commanders game and a New York free agency frenzy.</p>
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deGrom Gone, Blueshirts, Jets/Giants
<p>Hosts Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone are joined by Mets insider Chris Caputo to discuss Jacob deGrom's departure from Queens. <strong>John Santamaria</strong> calls in to talk about Jets' late surge in Minnesota. Rangers reporter <strong>Chris Caiozzo</strong> fills us in on what's going on with the Blue Shirts' recent tough stretch. Finally Mike and Mike go deep on how the Giants turned a win into a tie.</p>
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Marathon Madness, Jets/Giants and More
<p>Hosts Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone are joined by "The Marathon Goddess" <strong>Julie Weiss</strong> who tells the story of how and why she ran 52 marathons in 52 weeks. John Santamaria calls in to discuss the Islanders' recent success and the Jets' decision to start Mike White at quarterback. Then Mike and Mike talk about the Giants' need to upgrade a pedestrian receiver group, and why the Knicks and Nets have fallen flat so far this season.</p>
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Baseball HOF Talk, Don Kessinger
<p>Host Bill Donohue began the show discussing the Contemporary Baseball Era Players Committee election for players eligible for induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Later, Bill welcomes <strong>Don Kessinger</strong>, the 1969 Chicago Cubs all-star shortstop.</p>
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Bernie Nicholls, Al Oliver
<p>Host Bill Donohue talks with former New York Rangers forward&nbsp;<strong>Bernie Nicholls</strong>&nbsp;and longtime MLB outfielder/first baseman&nbsp;<strong>Al Oliver</strong>.</p>
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FLASHBACK: Peter McNab (2010)
<p>Originally aired on WGBB's NY Hockey Talk on 01.03.2010.</p><p>Host Rob Kowal talks with former New Jersey Devil player and broadcaster Peter McNab about his playing career, his time with the Devils, and some of what he was doing at the time as a broadcaster for the Colorado Avalanche. Peter also discussed his infamous night at Madison Square Garden as a part of the Boston Bruins, as well as his comparison of Colorado Avalanche forward Steve Duschene and the Islanders John Tavaras.</p>
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Jets Big Win, Brandon Steiner
<p>Host Andy Suekoff opens the show recapping the New York Jets shocking 20-17 win over the Buffalo Bills. Later, Andy welcomes sports marketer and former CEO of Steiner Sports, <strong>Brandon Steiner </strong>to discuss his career in the memorabilia industry and the importance of being an improver.</p>
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Josh Thole, San Diego Chicken
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former New York Mets catcher <strong>Josh Thole</strong>, followed by The San Diego Chicken, a sports mascot played by <strong>Ted Giannoulas</strong>.</p>
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Darnell Hillman, Jim Eakins
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes two former Nets beginning with "Dr. Dunk,” <strong>Darnell Hillman</strong>, followed by “Jumbo Jim," <strong>Jim Eakins</strong>.</p>
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Mets/Yanks, Isles, Jets/Giants
<p>Hosts Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone begin the show discussing the Mets early exit and the Yankees series against Cleveland going to five games, and dive in a bit about the New York Islanders. In the second half of the show, the guys discussed the surprising start to the season for the New York Jets and Giants.</p>
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Bob Aspromonte, Susan Wicks
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former Houston Colt .45, Astros AND New York Mets third baseman and one of the few remaining Brooklyn Dodgers, <strong>Bob Aspromonte</strong>. Later, Bill talks with former New York Liberty star and present-day Long Island oyster farmer, <strong>Susan Wicks</strong>.</p>
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Antwan Staley, Sherry Ross
<p>Host Andy Suekoff talks with NFL and New York Jets reporter for the New York <em>Daily News</em> <strong>Antwan Staley</strong> about the New York Jets big win against the Steelers on Sunday. Later, Andy welcomes sports broadcaster and journalist <strong>Sherry Ross</strong>, who most recently worked alongside Matt Loughlin as a color commentator for the NHL's New Jersey Devils radio broadcasts.</p>
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Mets/Yankees, Jets/GIants
<p>Hosts Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone welcome New York Mets insider <strong>Chris Caputo</strong> to the show and discuss the Mets final two series and possible playoff scenarios. Then, New York Yankees beat reporter <strong>Declan Krogman</strong> calls in to preview the Bombers' post-season. In the second segment Mike and Mike react to big Giants and Jets wins and take calls.</p>
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Authors Kevin Keating, Gary Kaschak; Ali Cepeda
<p>Host Bill Donohue begins the show talking with <strong>Kevin Keating</strong>, author of <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Waiting-Sign-Kevin-Keating/dp/1941555373" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Waiting for a Sign: Highlights and Inside Stories from a Lifetime of Collecting Baseball Autographs</a>.</p><p>Then, Bill welcomes <strong>Gary Kaschak</strong>, who along with Tom Tunison co-authored the book <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Go-Distance-Inspirational-Lifelong-Immortality/dp/1685130305" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Go The Distance: The Inspirational Story of Tom Tunison, Thurman Munson and a Lifelong Quest for Baseball Immortality</a>.</p><p>Bill closes out the show talking with <strong>Ali Cepeda</strong>, the son of “The Baby Bull,” baseball Hall-of-Famer Orlando Cepeda.</p>
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Jets Big Win, Mets Playoff Push
<p>Host Tony Stabile talks about the New York Jets dramatic win over the Cleveland Browns with media personality <strong>Matt O'Leary</strong>, and later Tony welcomes <strong>Joe Pantorno</strong> from AMNY to talk about the New York Mets.</p>
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Terry Collins, Mike Westhoff
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former New York Mets manager <strong>Terry Collins</strong> and later talks with former New York Jets Special Teams Coach <strong>Mike Westhoff</strong>, discussing his new book&nbsp;<a href="https://www.amazon.com/Figure-Out-Thirty-Two-Year-Revolutionizing-Footballs/dp/1637552718" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Figure It Out: My Thirty-Two-Year Journey While Revolutionizing Pro Football's Special Teams</a>.</p>
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Jets Talk with Mike Westhoff, Yankees/Mets
<p>Hosts Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone welcome former New York Jets special teams coach <strong>Mike Westhoff</strong> to the program to talk some Jets football and discuss his new book <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Figure-Out-Thirty-Two-Year-Revolutionizing-Footballs/dp/1637552718" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Figure It Out: My Thirty-Two-Year Journey While Revolutionizing Pro Football's Special Teams</a>.</p><p>The guys react to the Jets home loss and the New York Giants big road win in their season openers. Finally, Mike and Mike look at the closing weeks of the MLB season for the Yankees and Mets, and what they need to do to finish their regular seasons on top.</p>
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Jeff Reardon, Pete Falcone
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes two former New York Mets pitchers beginning with 4x All-Star and 1987 World Series champion Jeff Reardon, followed by Brooklyn native, the great Pete Falcone who both share some great stories and memories of their time in New York.</p>
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Mets/Yankees Final Stretch, Jets/Giants Kickoff
<p>Hosts Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone take a detailed look at the rotations, bullpens and lineups for the Mets and Yankees as both teams prepare for the final month of the season and the post-season. Then, Mike and Mike put a wrap on the pre-season for the Jets and the Giants and discuss what contributions those teams will get from which players when the NFL season kicks off on September 11th.</p>
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FLASHBACK: Hensley Meulens (2008)
<p>Originally aired on WGBB's NY Baseball Digest on 08.31.2008.</p><p>Host Mike Silva talks with former New York Yankees outfielder Hensley 'Bam-Bam' Meulens back in 2008 on Long Island's WGBB radio. Mike Silva was the host on NY Baseball Digest as a part of the Sports Radio NY network of shows on WGBB back in 2007.</p><p>During this interview, Mike reminisces with Hensley about his time with the New York Yankees, his professional coaching career and more.</p><p><strong>About Hensley Muelens</strong></p><p>Hensley Filemon Acasio Meulens, nicknamed "Bam Bam", is a Curaçaoan professional baseball coach and retired player. He is the currently the assistant hitting coach for the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball.</p><p>A native of Curaçao, he played from 1989 to 2000 in MLB, Nippon Professional Baseball, and the Korea Baseball Organization. He was the first Curaçaoan to play in both MLB and the Dominican Professional Baseball League.</p><p>Hitting home runs left-handed while playing softball as a teenager earned Meulens the nickname "Bam Bam" when his friends compared his power to the Flintstones cartoon character.</p><p>Meulens made his major league debut with the New York Yankees on August 23, 1989. Meulens never attained a permanent spot on the New York lineup, despite spending the entire 1991 season on the Yankees roster. Meulens platooned in left field with Mel Hall. He saw limited action with the Yankees in late-season call-ups in 1992 and 1993.</p>
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Talking Nets, Isles, Mets and Yankees
<p>Host Anthony Stabile welcomes writer <strong>Christian Arnold</strong> from <a href="https://www.amny.com/author/christian-arnold/" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">AMNY</a>, who spoke about the Nets and Islanders, as well as both the Mets and Yankees.</p>
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Willie Horton, Mike Shannon
<p>Host Bill Donohue harkens back to the 1968 World Series welcoming former Detroit Tigers great <strong>Willie Horton</strong> and former St. Louis Cardinals 3B and longtime broadcaster, <strong>Mike Shannon</strong>.</p>
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Mike Westhoff, Isles, Mets/Yankees
<p>Hosts Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone welcome in former New York Jets Special Teams Coach <strong>Mike Westhoff</strong> to share his memories of his time with Gang Green, his thoughts on coaching special teams, and his outlook for this year's Jets.</p><p>Later, <strong>John Santamaria</strong> pops on to bring us up to speed on the Islanders off season, and <strong>Chris Caputo</strong> joins the show to react to the Mets/Braves series and the Mets moves at the trade deadline.</p><p>Finally Mike and Mike close the show taking a quick dive into what's ailing the slumping Yankees.</p>
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Mets '69 Series Champ Cleon Jones, Blondie Drummer Clem Burke
<p>Host Bill Donohue begins the show talking with New York Mets legend and 1969 World Series champion <strong>Cleon Jones</strong>. Later, Bill welcomes special guest <strong>Clem Burke</strong>, drummer from the iconic new wave rock band Blondie.</p>
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Larry Brooks, Mike Vaccaro
<p>Hosts Chris Kennedy and Bill Weissler make their WGBB hosting debut.</p><p>Chris and Bill get the show started welcoming longtime hockey journalist <strong>Larry Brooks</strong>, who currently covers the New York Rangers for the the New York Post. Larry talks about how he became hooked on hockey at the age of five when he visited Madison Square Garden. Larry talked about working for current New York Islanders GM Lou Lamoriello, as well as the latest with both the New York Rangers and Islanders.</p><p>Later the guys spoke with <strong>Mike Vaccaro</strong>, the lead sports columnist for the New York Post since November 2002. Mike also talked about how his love of sports at a young age led him into the sports writing industry, and later expressed his views on the state of sports today, the use of instant replay in sports and how the media landscape has changed over the years.</p><p>Chris and Bill closed out the program continuing the debate to finish out their first show on WGBB.</p>
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FLASHBACK: Gary Carter (2007)
<p>Originally aired on WGBB's NY Baseball Digest on 04.22.2007.</p><p>Host Mike Silva talks with former New York Mets catcher Gary Carter back in 2007 on Long Island's WGBB radio. Mike Silva was the host on NY Baseball Digest as a part of the Sports Radio NY network of shows on WGBB back in 2007.</p><p>During this interview, Mike reminisces with Gary about his time with the New York Mets, his managerial career and more. One of the all-time great New York Mets.</p>
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Former MLB Umpire Dale Scott, Gil Hodges, Jr.
<p>Host Bill Donohue opens the show welcoming <strong>Dale Scott</strong>, former MLB umpire from 1986 to 2017, about his new book <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Umpire-Out-Calling-Game-Living/dp/1496230442" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">The Umpire is Out</a>. Later Bill talks with the son of Gil Hodges, <strong>Gil Hodges, Jr.</strong>.</p>
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BULL DURHAM creator Ron Shelton, Tony Oliva
<p>Host Bill Donohue returns to his 'Baseball at the Movies' feature, welcoming the creator of Bull Durham, <strong>Ron Shelton</strong>. Later, Bill talks with the newest Baseball Hall-of-Fame member, the great <strong>Tony Oliva</strong>.</p>
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Alanna Rizzo, Edgar Winter
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes <strong>Alana Rizzo</strong> from HIGH HEAT on the MLB Network and later talks with rocker <strong>Edgar Winter</strong>.</p>
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Yankees, Cup Finals, Rangers
<p>Host Andy Suekoff opens the show discussing the New York Yankees recent hot streak and the near double no hitter over the weekend. Later, Andy recaps the Colorado Avalanche winning the Stanley Cup and the impact it can have on the New York Rangers.</p>
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David Mantle, Billy Martin, Jr.
<p>Bill Donohue hosts on this Father's Day Special program. Bill begins by welcoming <strong>David Mantle</strong>, the son of Yankees great Mickey Mantle. Then, <strong>Billy Martin, Jr.</strong> joins the show.</p>
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Mike Bordick, Ray Scott
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former New York Mets shortstop <strong>Mike Bordick</strong> and former ABA and NBA player and coach, <strong>Ray Scott</strong>.</p>
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Orlando Cepeda, Tommy Hutton
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes National Baseball Hall-of-Famer <strong>Orlando Cepeda</strong>, who was voted the National League Most Valuable Player in 1967, the year that his team, the St. Louis Cardinals, won the World Series. </p><p>Then Bill talks with former big leaguer <strong>Tommy Hutton</strong>, who played in Major League Baseball (MLB) with the Los Angeles Dodgers, Philadelphia Phillies, Toronto Blue Jays, and Montreal Expos. Hutton is currently a color analyst for Miami Marlins baseball television broadcasts on Bally Sports Florida.</p>
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Rangers/Canes, Gallo/Hicks Struggles
<p>Host Andy Suekoff opens the show talking about the Rangers Hurricanes series heading into game 7. Later Andy discusses the voids that are Aaron Hicks and Joey Gallo and what can be done to fix it.</p>
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Jim Kaat, Author Bob Ryan
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former Yankees pitcher, broadcaster and baseball Hall-of-Famer, <strong>Jim Kaat</strong> who discussed his new book <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Jim-Kaat-Eight-Decades-Baseball/dp/1629379352" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Good as Gold: My Eight Decades in Baseball</a>. Later, Bill talks with former <em>Boston Globe</em> writer <strong>Bob Ryan</strong> about his new book <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Scoring-Position-Years-Baseball-Affair/dp/162937945X" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">In Scoring Position: 40 Years of a Baseball Love Affair</a>.</p>
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Jets Draft, Isles Hockey
<p>Host Anthony Stabile kicks off the show talking about the New York Jets draft with <strong>Dennis Waszak Jr.</strong> from <em>AP Sports.</em> Later, Anthony talks about the firing of Barry Trotz and the New York Islanders and the Isles coaching search with <strong>Stefen Rosner</strong> from <a href="https://nyihockeynow.com/" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">NYI Hockey Now</a>.</p>
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Ed Hearn, Howard Megdal
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes 1986 World Champ New York Mets catcher <strong>Ed Hearn</strong>, followed by author <strong>Howard Megdal</strong> discussing his new book <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Baseball-Talmud-Definitive-Position-Position/dp/0061558435" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">The Baseball Talmud-The Definitive Position-by-Position Ranking of Baseball’s Chosen Players</a>.</p>
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Cookie Rojas, Felix Cavaliere
<p>Host Bill Donohue talks with <strong>Víctor "Cookie" Rojas</strong>, is a Cuban former professional baseball second baseman / outfielder, coach, and manager, who played in Major League Baseball for the Cincinnati Reds, Philadelphia Phillies, St. Louis Cardinals, and Kansas City Royals. Later, Bill chats with Rock n Roll Hall-of-Famer <strong>Felix Cavaliere</strong>.</p>
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Former Mets Reliever Dennis Cook, Author Kostya Kennedy
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former New York Mets pitcher <strong>Dennis Cook</strong>, followed by New York Times best selling author <strong>Kostya Kennedy</strong>, who spoke about his new book <a href="about:blank" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">True: The Four Seasons of Jackie Robinson</a>.</p>
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Jets Talk, Xavier McDaniel
<p>Host Andy Suekoff opens the show discussing the New York Jets free agency moves and the upcoming NFL Draft with <strong>Mike Levy</strong> from the <a href="https://my.captivate.fm/broadwayjets.com" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">BroadwayJets</a> podcast. Later, former New York Knicks forward <strong>Xavier McDaniel</strong> joins to the show and talks about his 12 year NBA career, the Sonics battles with the Showtime Lakers, the Knicks battles with MJ and his thoughts on who’s winning the championship this coming season.</p>
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Muggsy Bogues, Steely Dan's Jeff Baxter
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes longtime NBA point guard <strong>Muggsy Bogues</strong>, who played for four teams during his 14-season career, talks about his new book, <em>The Doobie Brothers</em> and more! Later, Bill talks with Steely Dan guitarist and Department of Defense guru, <strong>Jeff “Skunk” Baxter</strong>.</p>
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Jets, Isles Talk
<p>Host Tony Stabile talks New York Jets football with <strong>Dennis Waszak Jr.</strong> from <a href="https://apnews.com/hub/apf-sports" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">AP Sports</a>, followed by New York Islanders talk with <strong>Sean Cuthbert</strong> from <a href="https://linktr.ee/hockeynightny" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Hockey Night NY</a>.</p>
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Edgardo Alfonso, Gary Darling
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former New York Mets infielder&nbsp;<strong>Edgardo Alfonso</strong>, followed by former MLB umpire&nbsp;<strong>Gary Darling</strong>.</p>
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Jets Talk with DJ Bien-Aime, Mets Talk with Time Healey
<p>Host Andy Suekoff opens the show with the shocking breaking news of Tom Brady’s return for a 23rd season and discusses what the Jets are going to do with <em>NY Daily News</em> Jets beat writer <strong>DJ Bien-Aime</strong>. Later, Andy talks some baseball with <strong>Tim Healey</strong>, New York Mets beat writer for <em>Newsday</em>, as spring training gets underway.</p>
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Bobby Hull, Ruppert Jones
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes longtime Chicago Blackhawks forward, "The Golden Jet” <strong>Bobby Hull</strong>, who is regarded as one of the greatest players of all time. Later Bill talks with former Major League Baseball centerfielder <strong>Ruppert Jones</strong>, who spent the 1980 season with the New York Yankees.</p>
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Ickey Woods, Kevin Mitchell
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former Cincinnati Bengals RB and renowned celebrator, <strong>Ickey Woods</strong>. Later Bill talks with 1986 World Champion New York Mets outfielder <strong>Kevin Mitchell</strong>.</p>
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Jim Kaat, Julian Frampton
<p>Host Bill Donohue talks with former Yankees pitcher, broadcaster and new member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Jim Kaat. Later, Bill talks with guitarist/singer Julian Frampton.</p>
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Wesley Walker, Super Bowl Preview
<p>Host Andy Suekoff opens the show talking with former New York Jets legend <strong>Wesley Walker</strong>, discussing his 13 year career in New York. Later, Andy previews Super Bowl LVI next week in Los Angeles.</p>
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Charles Oakley, Chris Herring
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former New York Knicks forward <strong>Charles Oakley </strong>to discuss his new book <a href="https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/The-Last-Enforcer/Charles-Oakley/9781982175641" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">The Last Enforcer</a>. Later, Bill talks with <em>Sports Illustrated</em> senior writer <strong>Chris Herring</strong> about his new book <a href="https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Blood-in-the-Garden/Chris-Herring/9781982132118" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Blood in the Garden</a>.</p>
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Turk Wendell, Jim McMahon
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former New York Mets bullpen stalwart <strong>Turk Wendell</strong>, followed by former Chicago Bears quarterback and Super Bowl XX Champion <strong>Jim McMahon</strong>.</p>
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FLASHBACK: Clark Gillies (2016)
<p>Host Bill Donohue talks with&nbsp;former New York Islanders forward, NHL Hall-of-Famer and 4x Stanley Cup champion&nbsp;<strong>Clark Gillies </strong>back in 2016 about his life and Hall-of-Fame hockey career.</p>
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Bill Cartwright, Alvaro Espinoza
<p>Host Bill Donohue talks with former New York Knicks center and World Champions <strong>Bill Cartwright</strong>, followed by former New York Yankees and Mets infielder <strong>Alvaro Espinoza</strong>.</p>
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Giants/Jets Post Mortem, CFP Championship Preview
<p>Host Andy Suekoff does a Jets and Giants post mortem and highlights how they’re going on very different directions. Later, Andy previews Monday’s College Football Playoff Championship game and questions his beliefs on if expansion is good.</p>
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Steve Trachsel, Brian Taylor
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former New York Mets pitcher <strong>Steve Trachsel</strong>, and later talks with former New York Nets guard and former ABA champion <strong>Brian Taylor</strong>.</p>
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Isles Talk with Andrew Gross, Paul Kreischer
<p>Host Gary Harding hosts along with guest co-host Kimmy Moisa and welcome <strong>Andrew Gross</strong> from <em>Newsday</em>, and got his opinions on the Islanders, the break, as well as his IT issues on Zoom calls.&nbsp;They also talked to <strong>Paul Kreischer</strong> from Isles Talk about the Isles issues, and a small debate about some comments made by Andrew Gross.</p>
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Isles Talk with Guest co-host Kimmy Moisa
<p>Host Gary Harding welcomes Kimmy Moisa (aka <a href="https://twitter.com/IslesGirl3" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">IslesGirl3</a>) to the WGBB studio to guest co-host and talk about the issues that the Islanders will have with the upcoming 12 day break between games.&nbsp;They also took some calls, talking about the Rangers, and the NFL.&nbsp;Co-Host John Panarese also called in to give his opinions on the Isles, and the expectations for the Mets with he acquisition of Max Scherzer.</p>
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Jets/Giants, Buck Showalter, Knicks
<p>Host Rob Cramer opens up the show talking about the Giants loss to the Cowboys and discusses the Jets blowing one down in Miami. Then after the break Rob gets into the Mets hiring of Buck Showalter as the new manager and briefly touch on the Knicks recent struggles.</p>
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Joel Youngblood, Author Alan Hirsch
<p>Host Bill Donohue begins the show welcoming in the only man to get a hit for 2 different teams (the Mets and Expos) on the same day, <strong>Joel Youngblood</strong>. Then Bill talks with author <strong>Alan Hirsch</strong> who’s written a book that’s right up our alley, <a href="https://mcfarlandbooks.com/product/baseballs-most-bizarre-plays/" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Baseball’s Most Bizarre Plays</a>.</p>
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Army/Navy, Adbert Alzolay
<p>Host Andy Suekoff opens the show telling stories of his first experience at the Army-Navy game, the best football game to be played at Met Life Stadium in 2021. It’s true because, frankly, the Jets and Giants have been terrible! Later, Andy welcomes Chicago Cubs pitcher <strong>Adbert Alzolay</strong> to discuss his goals for 2022, and wraps up with highlights from his first New York Riptide game.</p>
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Bobby Nystrom, Arthur Staple
<p>Host Bill Donohue begins the show talking with “Mr. Islander,” <strong>Bobby Nystrom</strong>. Later, Bill welcomes columnist and author <strong>Arthur Staple</strong>, who discussed his new book, <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Things-Islanders-Fans-Should-Before/dp/1629378992" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">100 Things Islanders Fans Should Know and Do Before They Die</a>.</p>
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Bob Klapisch, Rich Lisk
<p>Host Bill Donohue begins the show talking with <strong>Bob Klapisch</strong>, baseball columnist for the Newark Star-Ledger and member of the Baseball Writers' Association of America, about the Hall-of-Fame vote this year. Bill then talks <strong>Rich Lisk</strong>, EVP for the New York Riptide, Long Island’s professional lacrosse team playing at Nassau Coliseum, and closes out the show with a special visit from former Mets pitcher <strong>Art Shamsky</strong>, discussing with Bill the newest Hall-of-Famer, Gil Hodges.</p>
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Mets Signings, Jet/Giants Win, Isles Woes
<p>Hosts Gary Harding and John Panarese begin the hour talking about the state of New York sports, specifically the Mets potential signings, and the positives in the Jets and Giants wins earlier in the day. The guys ended the hour talking to <strong>Paul Kreischer</strong> from <a href="http://islestalk.com" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Isles Talk</a> about the team’s recent woes.</p>
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Dwayne Roloson
<p>Hosts Gary Harding and John Panarese begin the show talking with former New York Islanders goaltender <strong>Dwayne Roloson</strong> in the Islander Alumni spotlight. In the second half hour, John needed to get some Islanders frustration off of his chest with a rant regarding the NHL’s handling of the Covid situation.</p>
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Sid Fernandez, Randy Bachman
<p>Host Bill Donohue talks with former New York Mets pitcher <strong>Sid Fernandez</strong> and later welcomes <strong>Randy Bachman</strong>, founding member of the original Guess Who and Bachman Turner Overdrive.</p>
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Mets GM Search, Mike White, Knicks Struggles, Rangers/Isles
<p>Host Rob Cramer begins the show talking about Mike White and the New York Jets QB situation, the Knicks recent struggles, the Rangers and Islanders starts to the season and the Mets search for a new GM.</p>
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Giants Big Win, MLB Work Stoppage
<p>Host Andy Suekoff opens the show recapping the New York Giants 23-16 victory over the Las Vegas Raiders. Later he discusses the future of Major League Baseball as a potential work stoppage looms.</p>
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Baseball Hall-of-Fame Elections
<p>Host Bill Donohue takes a look at the Baseball Hall-of-Fame elections for the Early Baseball and Golden Days Eras coming up on December 5th, when Gil Hodges and Roger Maris could gain election. Later, Bill talks with <strong>Gina Schock</strong> , drummer for the newly Rock and Roll Hall-of-Fame inducted The Go-Go's!</p>
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Isles Talk with Paul Kreischer
<p>Host Gary Harding spends the entire hour talking with <strong>Paul Kreischer</strong> of <a href="islestalk.com" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Isles Talk</a>, going over the Islanders start to the season and the expectation for the remainder of the trip. They also speak about the talent level at Bridgeport, and who could you possibly see coming up to the big club at some time this season.</p>
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Peter Schwartz, the Sad State of NY Sports
<p>Host Gary Harding talks about some personal issues that are happening to a dear hockey friend, and his prayers for a speedy recovery. Later, Gary talks to <strong>Peter Schwartz</strong> of CBS Radio about the state of New York sports.</p>
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Danny Seraphine, Rick Wakeman
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes two rock 'n roll Hall-of-Famers, beginning with the original drummer and founding member of Chicago, <strong>Danny Seraphine</strong>. Later, Bill has a hilarious chat with former YES keyboard genius <strong>Rick Wakeman</strong>.</p>
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Roger McDowell, Bobby Valentine
<p>Host Bill Donohue kicks off the show talking with former New York Mets bullpen ace <strong>Roger McDowell</strong> about 1986, hotfoots, Seinfeld and some other great stories from his playing days. Bill then welcomed former Mets skipper <strong>Bobby Valentine</strong>, who spoke about his famous disguise, the return of baseball to New York after 9-11 and his new book <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Valentines-Way-Adventurous-Life-Times/dp/1637580940" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Valentine's Way</a>.</p>
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Jets in London, Quincy Carter, NHL
<p>Host Andy Suekoff opens the show recapping the Jets loss in London. He then welcomed former NFL quarterback <strong>Quincy Carter</strong> to discuss his career and quarterback philosophy. Andy closed out the show with some hockey talk as the NHL season gets underway this week.</p>
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Doug DeCinces, Rob Carpenter
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former Orioles and Angels 3B <strong>Doug DeCinces</strong>, and later talks with former New York Jets WR <strong>Rob Carpenter</strong>.</p>
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Maris/Mantle Book, Former Islander Dave Scatchard
<p>Host Bill Donohue discusses author Tony Castro’s new book, <a href="https://bookshop.org/books/maris-mantle-two-yankees-baseball-immortality-and-the-age-of-camelot/9781629378091?aid=2051&amp;listref=pandemic-baseball-titles" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank"><u>Maris and Mantle - Two Yankees, Baseball Immortality, and the Era of Camelot</u></a>. Later Bill welcomes in former Islander <strong>Dave Scatchard</strong> who spoke about his time on Long Island with the Isles, and about his new book, “<a href="https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-comeback-dave-scatchard/1140027627" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">The Comeback - My Journey Through Heaven and Hell</a>.</p>
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Jets/Giants, Mets/Yankees
<p>Host Rob Cramer opens up the show talking about another lost Sunday for the Jets and the Giants as both teams fall to 0-3 and New York is running out of patience, after the break we come back and Rob gets deep into the complete collapse of the Mets and the moves new owner Steve Cohen needs to make this off-season, he also touches on the Yankees comeback win over the Red Sox on Sunday night baseball and the Rangers/Islanders opening the preseason against each other.</p>
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Bob Glauber, Chico Resch
<p>Host Bill Donohue discussed the new book <u>The Forgotten First</u>, with <em>Newsday</em>’s <strong>Bob Glauber</strong>. Later Bill revisited the early days of the Isles with former goaltender <strong>Chico Resch</strong>.</p>
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Reflecting on the Return to Baseball After 9/11
<p>Host Bill Donohue reflects upon the return of baseball to New York City in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001. Bill speaks to former New York Mets <strong>Glendon Rusch</strong> and <strong>Benny Agbayani</strong>.</p>
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Mets/Yankees, Jets/Giants
<p>Host Rob Cramer starts the show talking about the craziness going on with the Mets and Javier Baez’s negative comments about Mets fans, after the break he gets into the red hot Yankees and their amazing month of August. Finally he wraps up talking NFL preseason football with the Jets finishing up and Giants playing New England.</p>
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Mike Cameron, Pat Zachary
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former Mets OF <strong>Mike Cameron</strong> and former Mets pitcher<strong> Pat Zachry</strong>, who came to the team in the Tom Seaver trade.</p>
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Megan Cavanagh from A League of Their Own
<p>Host Bill Donohue brings back his “Baseball at the Movies” segment welcoming “Marla Hooch” from <em>A League of Their Own</em>, the great <strong>Megan Cavanagh</strong>. Bill closes out the program talking with songwriter, producer, musician <strong>Danny Kortchmar</strong>.</p>
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Field of Dreams, Mets, Jets/Giants
<p>Hosts Matt Fazelpoor and Pete Feldman discuss the up and down play of the floundering Mets. They also praise MLB for nailing the Yanks/White Sox Field of Dreams game. Later, a rundown of Giants/Jets preseason and a shoutout for Matt’s hometown, Toms River East Little League, for making it back to Williamsport.</p>
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Mike Riordan, George Kalinsky
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former New Yorks Knicks forward/guard and 1969-70 World Champion <strong>Mike Riordan</strong>, who shares some great stories. Later Bill welcomed in legendary MSG photographer <strong>George Kalinsky</strong>.</p>
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Mets, Yanks, Giants and More!
<p>Hosts Matt Fazelpoor and Pete Feldman have tough words for the struggling Mets and some complimentary words for the surging, new-look Yankees. Later on, they get an update on a wild first two weeks of Giants training camp from <strong>Zack Rosenblatt</strong>, New York Giants beat writer for the Newark Star-Ledger.</p>
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Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini
<p>Host Andy Suekoff welcomes actor, sports commentator and former WBA lightweight champ <strong>Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini</strong>. Andy talks with Ray about his boxing career and his role in the new movie <a href="http://www.645movie.com/" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">6:45</a>.</p>
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Ed Lynch, Jay Jay French
<p>Host Bill Donohue reminisces with former New York Mets pitcher <strong>Ed Lynch</strong>, and had a wonderful conversation about the history of the Long Island music scene with big Mets fan and Twisted Sister founding member, <strong>Jay Jay French</strong>.</p>
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Mets, Isles Talk
<p>Hosts Gary Harding and John Panarese talk with <strong>Tim Boyle</strong> from <a href="https://risingapple.com/" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">The Rising Apple</a> on the Mets success, despite the numerous injuries to the team.&nbsp;They also inquired about a possible addition of an old lefty pitcher that is not named Rich Hill.&nbsp;Then <strong>Paul Kreischer</strong> from <a href="https://islestalk.com/" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Isles Talk</a> came on and gave his analysis of the Islanders recent entry draft selections.</p>
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Mets/Yankees, Olympics, Isles
<p>Hosts Gary Harding and John Panarese spent some time talking about the surprises in the state of Major League Baseball in New York.&nbsp;Then the conversation turned to the Olympics.&nbsp;The boys then talked to <strong>Gil Martin</strong> from the “Locked On Isles” Podcast.&nbsp;They discussed the potential roster moves and the state of the New York Islanders.</p>
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Wayne Garrett, John Stearns
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former New York Mets third baseman <strong>Wayne Garrett</strong>, followed by former Mets catcher <strong>John Stearns</strong>.</p>
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Larry Bowa, Heath Bell
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former New York Yankees coach and baseball lifer <strong>Larry Bowa</strong>, followed by former New York Mets reliever <strong>Heath Bell</strong>.</p>
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Paul Kreischer from Isles Talk
<p>Hosts Gary Harding and John Panarese took some listener calls on the New York Islanders magical playoff run, and discussed how proud they were about the Isles playoff run.&nbsp;They ended the hour talking with <strong>Paul Kreischer</strong> from <em>Isles Talk</em>,&nbsp;discussing some Islander prospects and what we can expect from Bridgeport next season.</p>
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Isles Playoff Run Ends, Andrew Gross from Newsday
<p>Hosts Gary Harding and John Panarese welcome <em>Newsday</em>'s <strong>Andrew Gross</strong> to the program to talk about the Islanders season and the end to a memorable playoff run that fell just short of the Stanley Cup Finals. The guys debated some of the decisions ny Coach Trotz, talked about what management might do this off season. The guys also went on a rant about some of the fans not believing in the systems and the coaching staff. In the second half of the show, Gary and John took some listener calls on the Islanders.</p>
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Isles Playoff Run, Mets/Yankees
<p>Hosts Matt Fazelpoor and Pete Feldman open the show talking about the Islanders huge Game 1 win in the Stanley Cup semifinals. Then, a discussion about the state of the Mets and what they need to do to remain in first place. Finally, whether it’s make or break time for the Yankees.</p>
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Andrea Jaeger, Bob Kendrick, Jeff Mangold
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former tennis champion, <strong>Andrea Jaeger</strong>, followed by Negro Leagues Baseball Museum president<strong> Bob Kendrick</strong>, and former Yankees’ trainer and author <strong>Jeff Mangold</strong>.</p>
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FLASHBACK: Jim Fassel (2014)
<p><em>Originally aired November 17th, 2014 on WGBB's SPORTSTALK1240</em>.</p><p>Hosts Jake Brown and Emory Hunt talk with former New York Giants head coach <strong>Jim Fassel</strong> about about his coaching career with the Giants and his recent run as head coach, general manager, and president of the Las Vegas Locomotives of the United Football League. Jim also gives his thoughts on the local teams, some of what he is doing today and his hopes for the future.</p>
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Rangers HC Search , Isles Playoffs, Jacob DeGrom
<p>Host Rob Cramer opens the show talking about the Rangers narrowing their search for a head coach, and then breaks down the Islanders incredible playoff run. After the break, he gets into the Yankees failures so far, and then the finishes it up with the first place Mets and recognizing the greatness of Jacob deGrom.</p>
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Tom Seaver Event, Tony Oliva
<p>Host Bill Donohue kicked off the show discussing the upcoming Tom Seaver event at the Cradle of Aviation, continuing with the the major leaguers who served in WWII on this the 77th anniversary of D-Day. Then 3x batting champ and 1964 Rookie of the Year <strong>Tony Oliva</strong> joined the show and reminisced about his storied career.</p>
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FLASHBACK: Al Arbour (2010)
<p><em>Originally aired March 7th, 2010 on WGBB's New York Hockey Talk.</em></p><p>Host Rob Kowal talks with former New York Islanders head coach <strong>Al Arbour</strong>. Rob began by speaking with Al a bit about his career as a defenseman in the NHL, where he won a Stanley Cup in Chicago with the Blackhawks , and two in Toronto with the Maple Leafs. Al discussed how playing on those Cup winning teams, and how he eventually became involved in coaching and his eventual start with the New York Islanders. Al talked about when the Islanders team started to turn a corner in the mid 1970s... how Al's coaching philosophy changed over those early years... the Isles 4 straight Cup winning teams... his decision to return to coach the team in 1988 after scouting for a few years... the 1992-93 Isles playoff run... how coaching has changed in the NHL compared to when he was behind the bench... the importance of knowing your players to be successful as a coach... what it was like to coach Isles star defenseman Denis Potvin and how he "hated his guts!"... his induction into the Hockey Hall-of-Fame in 1996... his return behind the bench for a game in 2007... his thoughts on whether or not the league today can or will see another dynasty like the Isles... his thoughts on the Isles team at the time... how the NHL game has changed over the year... the future of the Islanders on Long Island... </p>
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Rangers, NHL Playoff Talk with Colin Stephenson
<p>Host Rob Cramer begins the show talking with <strong>Colin Stephenson</strong>, who covers the New York Rangers and the NHL for <em>Newsday Sports</em>. Topics discussed included the Islanders/Penguins series current tied up at 2-2, and what the off season looks like for the Rangers.</p>
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News 12's Geoff Bansen, Baseball Authors
<p>Host Bill Donohue begins the show talking sports with native Long Islander and News 12 Long Island meteorologist <strong>Geoff Bansen</strong>. Later Bill talks with <strong>David Krell</strong>, author of <a href="https://www.amazon.com/1962-Baseball-America-Time-JFK/dp/080329087X" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">1962 Baseball and America in the Time of JFK</a> and author <strong>Tim Wendel</strong>, author of <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Escape-Castros-Cuba-Tim-Wendel/dp/149622292X" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Escape from Castro's Cuba</a>.</p>
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Ron Blomberg, Bobblehead Hall of Fame
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former Yankees DH <strong>Ron Blomberg</strong> to discuss his new book about Thurman Munson, The Captain and Me. Then Bill talks with <strong>Phil Sklar</strong>, the co-founder of the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum.</p>
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Sports Betting, Jets Talk
<p>Host Andy Suekoff begins the show talking with <strong>Andy McNeil</strong> NHL hockey sports bettor for the <em>VSiNLive Sports Betting Network</em>. Later, Andy welcomes<strong> DJ Bien-Aime</strong>, the New York Jets beat reporter for the <em>NY Daily News</em>.</p>
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Rod Carew, Mike Puma
<p>Host Bill Donohue talks with Hall of Fame first baseman <strong>Rod Carew</strong>, folllowed by <strong>Mike Puma</strong>, author and New York Mets beat reporter for the <em>New York Post</em>.</p>
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Isles, Mets Talk
<p>Host Gary Harding and John Panarese talk with more with<strong> Paul Kreischer</strong> from <a href="islestalk.com" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Isles Talk</a>, who joined the show for the entire hour. The guys discussed league wide playoff implications, the power of Jacob deGrom, and the issue at Manchester United where the fans stormed the pitch.</p>
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Talking Rangers, Islanders Hockey
<p>Hosts Gary Harding and John Panarese talk Rangers hockey with <strong>Mollie Walker</strong> from the <em>NY Post</em>, followed by some Islanders hockey talk with <strong>Paul Kreischer</strong> from IslesTalk.com.</p>
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FLASHBACK: Ron Darling (2009)
<p>4/12/2009</p>
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FLASHBACK: Charlie Hayes (2009)
<p><em>Originally aired on November 1, 2009 on WGBB’s Sports Talk LIVE</em>.</p><p>Host Frank Maniscalco talks with former New York Yankees 3B Charlie Hayes about his start in baseball, his time in New York with the Yankees and more!</p>
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Upcoming Giants Draft, Mets, Yankees, Knicks
<p>Hosts Matt Fazelpoor and Pete Feldman begin the show talking about the New York Giants upcoming NFL draft plans with <strong>Zack Rosenblatt</strong>, the Giants beat writer for <em>NJ Advance Media</em>. Later, the guys talk about both the Mets and Yankees starts to the season, closing the show out talking some Knicks basketball.</p>
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Former Rangers Defenseman Brad Park, Foghat Drummer Roger Earl
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes former New York Rangers defenseman <strong>Brad Park</strong>, followed by Foghat drummer and fellow Long Islander <strong>Roger Earl</strong>.</p>
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Mets/Yankees, Rangers/Isles, NFL Draft and the Knicks
<p>Host Rob Cramer talks Mets and Yankees to start the show, and later gets into the Rangers and Islanders push for the playoffs. Rob closes the show out with some discussion about the upcoming NFL draft and the red hot New York Knicks!</p>
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Dave Parker, Author Devin Gordon, Riptide EVP Rich Lisk
<p>Host Bill Donohue talks with longtime Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder <strong>Dave Parker</strong>. Later, Bill talks with <strong>Devin Gordon</strong>, author of his New York Mets book, <a href="https://www.amazon.com/So-Many-Ways-Lose-Mets_the/dp/0062940023" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">So Many Ways To Lose</a>. Bill closes out the show talking with New York Riptide EVP <strong>Rich Lisk</strong> about the partnership between the team, the WHB Brewing Company and the Boomer Esiasson Foundation.</p>
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Former Mets OF Brian McRae
<p>Host Andy Suekoff welcomes former Kansas City Royals and New York Mets outfielder <strong>Brian McRae</strong> to discuss his career and the changing game. Later, No Ketchup podcast host Sean Little joins the show to talk about the latest goings on on the Windy City.</p>
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'86 World Series, Former Red Sox Catcher Rich Gedman
<p>Host Bill Donohue welcomes author <strong>Erik Sherman</strong> to discuss his book <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Two-Sides-Glory-Boston-Their/dp/1496219325" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Two Sides of Glory: The 1986 Boston Red Sox in Their Own Words</a>. Then Bill welcomes former Red Sox catcher <strong>Rich Gedman</strong> to discuss Games 6 and 7 of the 1986 World Series against the New York Mets.</p>
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FLASHBACK: Butch Wynegar (2009)
<p><em>Originally aired November 15th, 2009 on WGBB's New York Baseball Digest.</em></p><p>Host Mike Silva talks with former New York Yankees catcher Butch Wynegar, who at the time was also the hitting coach for the team's AAA affiliate Scranton Wilkes Barre Yankees. Butch talks about his time in Minnesota, playing in the old Metrodome, his time with the Yankees and some of the prospects in the Yankees organization.</p>
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Baseball is Back: Mets and Yankees Talk
<p>Hosts Matt Fazelpoor and Pete Feldman begin the show talking about the start of the baseball season, discussing both the Mets and Yankees.</p>
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Mets Talk with Tim Boyle of the Rising Apple
<p>Hosts Gary Harding and John Panarese talk with <strong>Tim Boyle</strong> from the <a href="https://risingapple.com/" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Rising Apple</a>, previewing the upcoming Mets season.&nbsp;Then the boys talked about the latest news in the New York Sports world.</p>
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Isles Fans in England, Author Gil Martin
<p>Hosts Gary Harding and John Panarese talked to <strong>Andy Welsh</strong> from Portsmouth England, who runs an <a href="https://www.facebook.com/TheNewYorkIslandersUKSupportersBranch/" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Islanders Facebook Supporters Group page</a>, and talks about why he loves the Islanders.&nbsp;The boys then talked to <strong>Gil Martin</strong>, author and host of the podcast <a href="https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/locked-on-islanders-daily-podcast-on-the-new-york-islanders/id1485280958" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Locked on Islanders</a>, who discussed the recent Islanders play and some potential trade targets that could happen over the next few weeks.</p>
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FLASHBACK: Pete Stemkowski (2009)
<p><em>Originally aired April 5th, 2009 on WGBB's New York Hockey Talk.</em></p><p>Host Rob Kowal talks with former New York Rangers forward <strong>Pete Stemkowski</strong>. Growing up in Winnipeg... his interest in other sports... fan of the Brooklyn Dodgers... pro athletes he looked up to... ending up in Toronto with the Maple Leafs to start his NHL career... playing with former Rangers Harry Howell and Andy Bathgate... the trade that sent him to the Detroit Red Wings in 1968... his mixed emotions upon being traded to the Rangers in 1970... triple overtime goal in game six of the the 1971 Stanley Cup semifinal series against the Chicago Black Hawks to force a deciding seventh game... playing against Bobby Orr and the Boston Bruins in the 1972 Stanley Cup Finals... the greatness of Bobby Orr... his broadcasting career after his playing days concluded... working together with Sam Rosen in the early days of ESPN... the Rangers team back in 2009... John Tortorella... Ryan Callahan and more!</p>
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Mets/Yanks Spring Training, Jets/Giants Free Agency, Rangers/Isles
<p>Host Rob Cramer talks about the Mets and Yankees spring training as they prepare for the regular season in just over a week. Rob also discusses the Jets and Giants free agency moves, the crazy years for both the Rangers and Islanders and more!</p>
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Author Gary Morgenstein, Batting Stance Guy Gar Ryness
<p>Host Bill&nbsp;&nbsp;Donohue open the show talking with author <strong>Gary Morgenstein</strong> about his new TV series and his new book A Fastball for Freedom. Then Bill welcomes <strong>Gar Ryness</strong>, better known as “Batting Stance Guy”, talking about the classics when it comes to batting stances.</p>
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FLASHBACK: The Rotisserie Hour (1993)
<p>Originally aired in 1993, <em>The Rotisserie Hour</em> was the first ever show dedicated to Rotisserie/Fantasy sports hosted on WGBB by Lenny Melnick along with Irwin Zwilling and Sandy Stoll. The guys field a wide range of calls on everything fantasy sports.</p>
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New York Riptide Lacrosse, MLB Spring Training
<p>Host Andy Suekoff opens the show talking with New York Riptide lacrosse EVP <strong>Rich Lisk</strong>, who lays out his long term plan- which sounds eerily similar to a hooded fellow in New Englan who shall remain nameless. Later, Andy welcomes <strong>Will Boor</strong> from mlb.com to talk spring training and the prospects he’s got his eye on heading into the season.</p>
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FLASHBACK: Steve Balboni (2007)
<p><em>Originally aired in 2007 on WGBB’s NY Baseball Digest</em>.</p><p>Host Mike Silva and Mark Healey from <em>Gotham Baseball Magazine </em>talk with former New York Yankees first baseman <strong>Steve Balboni</strong>. Topics discussed included breaking into the big leagues with the Yankees... his first big league hit... being on the Yankees team during he early 1980s... dealing with the expectations coming up with the Yankees in New York... being traded to Kansas City... playing for manager Dick Howser... winning the World Series with the Royals... his second time around with the Yankees... the last years of his career in the Texas Rangers organization.... his decision to get info coaching... the challenges coaching kids of a new generation... his philosophy as a hitting coach and more!</p>
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Matt Cardona, Jose Youngs, UFC 259
<p>Host Andy Suekoff begins the show talking with <strong>Matt Cardona</strong>, American pro wrestler best known for his time in the WWE under the ring name Zack Ryder. In the second half of the show, Andy talks welcomes <strong>Jose Youngs</strong> from <a href="https://www.mmafighting.com/" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">MMA Fighting</a> to discuss UFC 259.</p>
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