Aaron Judge Madness!


Hosts Mike Vivalo and Jeff Guida begin the show discussing the main attraction in New York sports right now: Aaron Judge. After a mammoth 495 foot blast yesterday, how high can Judge soar this season? In the second half of the program, the guys talked New York sports trivia with intern Justin Katz, who joined…

Isles Free Agent Targets


Host Tony Stabile begin the show talking with Eric Mirlis, author of I Was There! about the book and his favorite stories from his research. Eric also reminisced about when he worked in PR for the Islanders, telling a story about a possible franchise changing trade that never happened. Then Tony welcomed Andy Graziano from SNY Islanders Point…

Talking NBA Finals, Mets and Yankees


Hosts Jake Asman and Dan Budick begin the show touching on the NBA Finals before getting right into the Mets, discussing the the Mets pitching struggles this season. Is Terry Collins managing desperate? Should Matt Harvey go the the bullpen? Is it time to call up prospect Amed Rosario? The guys also talked about the…

Former Met Ed Kranepool; Author Dennis Snelling Talks Lefty O’Doul


Host Bill Donohue begins the show talking with former Mets first baseman Ed Kranepool, who reminisced with Bill about his long career with the Mets, especially 1962 and ’69. Then Bill welcomed author Dennis Snelling discussing his new book, Lefty O’Doul – Baseball’s Forgotten Ambassador. Lefty had a key role in bringing baseball to Japan, and owns the…

Pete Stemkowski and Rick Ankiel


Host Bill Donohue begins the program welcoming former New York Rangers forward Pete Stemkowski, who spoke about winning the Stanley Cup with the Maple Leafs after coming close several times with the great Emile Francis led Rangers clubs. Then Bill spoke with Mets and Cardinals outfielder Rick Ankiel, who talked about his time in the…

Radio Host Chris Moore; Mets Debacle


Host Andy Suekoff welcomes sports radio personality Chris Moore to the show, who talks about hos long career in the sports world, including an interesting fact about longtime New Jersey Devils and now Toronto Maple Leafs GM, Lou Lamoriello. Later Andy tries to get himself and WGBB board operator Bryan Graves contracts with the Mets,…

Agent Leigh Steinberg; Mets/Yankees Talk


Host Andy Suekoff began the show welcoming well known quarterback agent Leigh Steinberg, and discussed his career and the role models he sought as clients. He also divulged in the inaccurate (but fun) depiction of life in sports business in the HBO hit Ballers. Later, Andy talks about the Mets latest meltdown and the Yankees…

Mets Woes, Rangers Trouble and the Jets


Hosts Paul Spiteri and Jerry Wiffler begin the show discussing the Mets and the injury to Noah Syndergaard. Is it time for Mets fans to panic? The guys also talked about the Rangers playoff run, down two games to none against the Canadiens- how much trouble is the team really in? Later a Jets fan calls…

NHL Playoffs, Mets Talk


Hosts Gary Harding and John Panarese begin the show talking about the NHL playoffs with Inside Hockey‘s Brad Kurtzberg. In the second half of the show the guys welcomed show sponsor Dr. Steven Brook to discuss the Mets start to the season.  

Mets, Yankees, Rangers Playoffs


Host Andy Suekoff begins the show talking Mets baseball with Adam Rubin, SNY contributor and former Mets beat reporter for ESPN and the The New York Daily News. The Mets play to start the season, Jose Reyes and the Mets pitching staff were all discussed. In the second half of the show Andy discussed the…

NCAA Finals Re-Cap; Mets Talk


Hosts Raymond Mora and Nkwa Asonye recap the NCAA Finals and discuss the ‘one and done’ rule affecting young players in the NBA. The guys also get into a debate as to whether or not New York city is a Mets town.  

Former Mets OF Ron Swoboda


Host Paul Spiteri welcomes Jerry Wiffler to the WGBB studio to guest co-host, as the guys began the show discussing the Yankees opening day disaster and the Mets season opener tomorrow at CitiField. Later former Mets and Yankees outfielder Ron Swoboda joined the show to talk about his career and the current New York baseball teams.