Monday, May 26, 2008
On Friday, May 23rd, 4:40 PM ET I was on WOBM-AM and FOX 1310 AM with Kevin Williams on “The Locker Room” radio show.
Join longtime Jersey Shore Sports Personality Kevin Williams for The Locker Room weekdays 3PM-6PM on 1160 WOBM AM, Fox Sports Radio 1310 and streaming on shoresportsnetwork.com.
Williams, a nine-time New Jersey Sportscaster of the Year, will cover high school, college, regional and national sports on the talk show which will give shore-area listeners a regular opportunity to call in and express their thoughts and opinions. There will be guests, especially local coaches, athletes, members of the media and others in the news.
Williams is best known for his work on 92.7 WOBM, where he started in 1979 and 1160 WOBM-AM which has regularly broadcast high school sports for more than ten years. He teams up with Matt Harmon and Ed Sarluca to broadcast football, basketball and baseball games as well as a weekly high school football show during the fall. He has also done morning drive sports on the two stations as well as a popular feature, “The Hometown View” which will continue despite his new schedule.
“The biggest adjustment for me will not be getting up at 2:30AM which I’ve done for more than 29 years as a morning radio guy, Williams said. “But after all these years it’s exciting to be part of a new program like this, especially one that’s never been done in Ocean and Monmouth Counties.”
Matt Sisson of Baseball Digest Daily interviewed me on May 13, 2008. It was a lot of fun. Matt was well informed and had obviously read the entire book. It was really great! Thanks, Matt!
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Listen to the Interview here!
On May 11, 2008 Ed Randall, the well-known baseball radio and television journalist had me on to talk about Yogi.
Ed Randall is the host of "Talking Baseball" each Sunday morning (9AM-11AM) on WFAN. Ed is held in the highest esteem as one of baseball’s foremost authorities, the result of approximately 500 compelling interviews with the Who’s Who of baseball.Ed was the New York correspondent for the ESPN-Radio Network since the night it went on the air in January 1992. Over the past three seasons alone, he covered more than 450 major league games in New York. No broadcaster in the last decade has covered more baseball in the nation’s media capital than Ed.