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Broadcasting LIVE Sunday nights at 8:00PM on Long Island's WGBB Radio 95.5FM | 1240AM. We're talking NEW YORK SPORTS! The Yankees, Mets, Giants, Jets, Knicks, Nets, Rangers, Islanders, Devils and the New York metro-area college scene are all up for discussion. Listen for our interviews with past and present professional New York athletes- as well as local sports writers, authors, broadcasters and others with something new, interesting and different to say about New York sports. Join our host ...
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Hosts Mike Guidone and Chris Caputo welcomed 3 Birmingham Southern College baseball team members to discuss their run to the Division 3 World Series after the school officially closed. Then the guys chatted with Tennis insider Brendan Caputo about the lead-up to this summer’s US Open in Flushing, New York.…
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Host Bill Donohue welcomes MLB official scorer and author, Howie Karpin to discuss his new book about Sports Phone, titled “976-1313 - How Sports Phone Launched Careers and Broke New Ground.” Later, Bill talks with Canadian guitarist, singer, and songwriter Randy Bachman, founding member of Guess Who and Bachman–Turner Overdrive (BTO). Randy talks …
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Host Bill Donohue welcomes author Noah Gittell who discussed his book, Baseball - The Movie. The book touches on all baseball films since 1915 and their impact on the game as well as society. Later, Bill speaks to guitarist Rusty Anderson about his solo career and his collaborations, as well his time as Paul McCartney’s lead guitarist in Sir Paul’s…
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Host Bill Donohue welcomes longtime WFAN host Evan Roberts to the program to discuss his new book, My Mets Bible. Later, Bill talks with author Peter Golenbock, who brings his new book Baseball Heaven to life. Lastly, Bill talks with Box Pickleball founder Pete Bachmore about the upcoming Box Pickleball & Music Festival at Mohegan Sun.…
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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 N…
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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, a…
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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.” Former University of Albany Head Coach Will Brown and current Yale University coach James Jones joined the program to give their insights. Coach Jones discussed his upcoming first-round game against Auburn co…
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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…
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Hosts Mike Guidone and Chris Caputo welcome former St. John’s University standout basketball player Matt Brust to discuss his career with the Johnnies and the prospects for the team reaching the NCAA tournament. Later, John Santamaria called in to talk about all things Islanders, and Bryan Palermo chatted with the guys about the Yankees spring trai…
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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…
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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. Rob finished off the show discussing the New …
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Host Mike Guidone and Chris Caputo welcome former New York Yankees centerfielder Bernie Williams to the program. In a wide-ranging discussion, Bernie discussed his stellar career in both baseball and music and dove into his charity, Tune In To Lung Health, a program inspired by his father’s struggle with a rare lung disease, that explores how music…
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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.…
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Hosts Mike Guidone and Chris Caputo welcomed Tom Huerter, 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 John Santamaria to dive into the team’s recent coaching change and prospects for the second half of the season.…
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Host Bill Donohue welcomes Ernie DiGregorio, 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, DiGregori…
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Hosts Mike Guidone and Chris Caputo welcomed Seton Hall Head Women’s Basketball Coach Tony Bozzella 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, John Hanson called in to discuss the New York Mets moves as spring training approaches.…
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Host Bill Donohue talks with Patrick Cantwell, 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 baseba…
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Hosts Mike Guidone along and Chris Caputo welcomed three guests to the show, spanning a variety of topics. First, John “Johnny Sticks” Santamaria 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 Conner Clark stopped by to discus…
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Host Chris Caputo opened the show by explaining the depths of the problems for the New York Giants before talking with John Santamaria 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 Isla…
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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. Bill began the show by welcoming legendary Chicago Cubs catcher Randy Hund…
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Host Bill Donohue is joined by the legendary Brad Park, 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. Later, Bill engages in an insightful conversation with Rick Carpiniello, a former New York Rangers/NHL reporter for …
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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 …
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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, Wingmen: The Unlikely, Unusual, Unbreakable Fri…
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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 John Santamaria and Chris Caputo 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…
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Host Bill Donohue welcomes former NFL player, author and sports commentator Jerry Kramer 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-aut…
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Host Bill Donohue kicks off the show with a warm welcome to special guest Rick Dempsey, a former Baltimore Orioles catcher and the 1983 World Series MVP. Rick talks about his remarkable baseball journey and memorable experiences. Later in the program, Bill dives into the world of modern pitching mechanics with the renowned expert, Tom House. Often …
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Hosts Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone are joined on the phone by Jets' insider John Santamaria 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 p…
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Host Andy Suekoff opens the show talking with Antwan Staley, 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.…
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Host Bill Donohue enthusiastically welcomes a true New York Mets icon, Ed Kranepool, 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, The Last Miracle…
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Host Bill Donohue begins the show by welcoming Colin Cosell, 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. Later, Bil…
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