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Podcasts from WLIE 540am SPORTSTALKNY. Tune in each week on 540 am in NY NJ CT and streaming on www.sportstalknylive.com at 7pm Sundays for the live broadcast.Please take a moment to like our fan page WLIE 540 AM SPORTSTALKNY , check out the show's YOUTUBE Page "SPORTSTALKNY" And Follow us on twitter @sportstalkny.
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**Archived Interview with Fritz Peterson - June 7, 2010**In this special archived interview from June 7, 2010, we revisit a captivating conversation with the late Fritz Peterson, a legendary New York Yankees pitcher. Known not only for his prowess on the mound but also for an unconventional and highly publicized family swap with a teammate, Peterso…
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Bud Harrelson, the scrappy, glove-first shortstop on the 1969 Miracle Mets, third-base coach for the 1986 World Series-winning team and later the club’s manager, and who tangled with Pete Rose in one of the wildest brawls in baseball history, died Wednesday in East Northport, New York. He was 79. Aj and I had the honor of having him on our show in …
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Burt Young made his name playing rough-edged working class Italian-American characters, the best-known example being his signature role as Sylvester Stallone's brother-in-law Paulie in Rocky (1976), for which he received an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor. He is one of three actors (Sylvester Stallone, and Tony Burton being the other two…
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Dick Butkus possessed a desire to excel that few have equaled. He played as the Chicago Bears' middle linebacker for nine years with only one goal in mind – to be the best, and from the very start, he was just that. In his rookie season, Butkus, a first-round draft choice, had only one challenger for National Football League Rookie of the Year hono…
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Brooks Robinson was a third baseman who played his entire career for the Baltimore Orioles from 1955 to 1977. Nicknamed "the Human Vacuum Cleaner", "Mr. Hoover", and "Mr. Oriole", he is generally considered to have been the greatest defensive third baseman in major league history.An 18-time All-Star, he won 16 consecutive Gold Glove Awards, setting…
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From the SPORTSTALKNY Archives From his 1963 television appearance on "The Jackie Gleason Show"Pasquale Caputo, aka Pat Cooper, enthralled standing room only audiences with his lovable "comedic anger."For nearly four decades Pat appeared on many stages, from comedy clubs to major theaters, including the legendary Copacabana, Westbury Music Theater,…
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Jeff Pearlman is one of our generation's best sports writers He has written nine books that have appeared on The New York Times Best Seller list: . He was the author of the infamous 1999 John Rocker interview in Sports Illustrated. The HBO Series, “Winning Time,” is based on his 2014 book Showtime :Magic, Kareem, Riley, and the Los Angeles Lakers D…
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Larry Csonka is a former fullback and Super Bowl MVP who played for the Miami Dolphins, and briefly with the New York Giants. He is a Hall of Famer and two-time Super Bowl Champion He is a member of the 1972 Miami Dolphins, whose undefeated 17-0 season was named the best team in NFL history. He is also the author of a great new book Head On A memoi…
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Tom McMillen was a star basketball player at every level imaginable. In 1970, he was the number one high school basketball player in the U.S. He would go on to play college ball under legendary Coach Lefty Driesell for the University of Maryland Terrapins from 1971 to 1974,He was also a member of the 1972 U.S. Olympic Basketball Team that lost a co…
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Ron Shelton was a former minor league baseball infielder in Baltimore's Orioles farm system, where he played with the Bluefield Orioles, Stockton Ports, Florida Instructional League Orioles, Dallas–Fort Worth Spurs and Rochester Red Wings from 1967 through 1971..he is however best known for the many films he has made about sports. His 1988 film Bul…
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Steve Dillon was a left-handed pitcher whose professional career lasted for four seasons (1962–1965), including major league stints with the 1963 and 1964 New York Mets. He was born in Yonkers, NY and was initially signed by the New York Yankees where he had a 14–7 record for the 1962 Fort Lauderdale Yankees of the Class D Florida State League, str…
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Travis Jankowski has appeared in 470 major league games, 43 of them this season with the New York Mets.He has also played for the San Diego Padres, Cincinnati Reds, Philadelphia Phillies, , and Seattle Mariners.he attended Stony Brook University on a partial baseball scholarship. During his junior year, he helped take Stony Brook to a Cinderella ap…
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Rod Strickland grew up in the Bronx, While a junior he led Truman High School in Co-Op City to the state championship and was ranked as one of the top 10 high school recruits in the nation. He was a college star at DePaul University where he appeared in 87 games. As a junior, he was a First Team All-American A 1987 and 1988 All-America pick,He help…
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Danny Amendola is currently is an NFL free agent wide receiver . He played his college football at Texas Tech. And was signed by the Dallas Cowboys as an undrafted free agent in 2008, and has also played for the Philadelphia Eagles, St. Louis Rams, New England Patriots, Miami Dolphins, Detroit Lions. And Houston texans, As a member of the New Engla…
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Ed Lynch was drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 22nd round of the 1977 Major League Baseball Draft. After three years in their farm system, in which he compiled a 22–27 record and 3.89 earned run average, the Rangers sent him to the New York Mets on September 18, 1979 as part of an earlier deal in which the Mets sent Willie Montañez to the Rangers…
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Rick Wise had an 18 year career in the majors as a right-handed pitcher between 1964 and 1982 for the Philadelphia Phillies, St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Red Sox, Cleveland Indians and the San Diego Padres. He is a two-time National League All-Star , 6/21 marked the 57th anniversary of his first major league win which game in game 2 of a double head…
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J.Russell Peltzspent a lifetime as a boxing promoter. While he is synonymous with Philadelphia boxing, he also has promoted fights in at Atlantic City Casinos and around the counts. As a matchmaker, his fights have appeared on all the major networks that carry boxing – ABC, NBC, CBS, ESPN and USA, as well as the Philadelphia-based PRISM. Over a hal…
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Josh Thole who played his High School baseball at Mater Dei High School. in Bresee Illinois, where his #15 Jersey was the first retired number of any sport at Mater Dei High School He..was drafted by the New York Mets in the 13th round of the 2005 Major League Baseball draft. He would go on to play 8 years in the Majors 4 with the Mets and 4 with t…
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Peter Golenbock has written some of sports’ most important books, including but not limited to Dynasty: The New York Yankees 1949–64; The Bronx Zoo, which he wrote in 1979 with New York Yankees pitcher Sparky Lyle; BUMS: An Oral History of the Brooklyn Dodgers; Personal Fouls, a look at corruption in college basketball; American Zoom, a history of …
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Dominic Moore was the 95th overall pick,of the New York Rangers in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft, He played close to 900 games in the NHL for the Ny Rangers Pittsburgh Penguins, Minnesota Wild, Toronto Maple Leafs, Buffalo Sabres, Florida Panthers, Montreal Canadiens, Tampa Bay Lightning, San Jose Sharks and Boston Bruins. He won the Bill Masterton Memo…
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Bob Gutkowski is one of the true visionaries and strategists in the fields of sports and entertainment. As the President of Madison Square Garden from 1991 to 1994, He was ultimately responsible for the operations of both the New York Knickerbockers and the New York Rangers, who won their first Stanley Cup in 54 years in 1994. He was also responsib…
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John P Owens is an award-winning media professional with more than 30 years of experience as a writer, journalist, producer, director and videographer. His co -author Is Dr. David J. Fletcher who is a 1972 alum of Glenbard West High School in Glen Ellyn, Ill., where he played baseball. Sometimes taking three trains as a teenager to go to baseball g…
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New York Islanders great and Hockey Hall of Famer Mike Bossy died at the age of 65, the team announced on Friday.In October, Bossy announced he was stepping away from his job as a hockey analyst with Canadian French-language hockey broadcaster TVA Sports after being diagnosed with lung cancer.A four-time Stanley Cup winner with the Islanders, Bossy…
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The Comedy World lost one of it's greats as Gilbert Gottfried has died. He was 67 years old.The actor and comedian's family announced the sad news on his official Twitter account Tuesday, alongside a photo of Gottfried."We are heartbroken to announce the passing of our beloved Gilbert Gottfried after a long illness. In addition to being the most ic…
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Joel Youngblood was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds out of Stephen F. Austin High School in the second round of the 1970 Major League Baseball Draft. He would play in 1408 games over 14 seasons, and in parts of six seasons with the NY Mets. He had his best season as a Met in the strike-shortened season of 1981, when he batted .350 with a .929 OPS an…
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Lance Berkman played 15 seasons in Major League Baseball for the Houston Astros, New York Yankees, St. Louis Cardinals and Texas Rangers where he compiled a .293 lifetime batting average which included 366 home runs, 422 doubles, 30 triples, 1,234 RBIs and 1,146 runs, He is a six-time All-Star and a World Series champion as well as a winner of the …
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Rick Nash was the first overall in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft of the Columbus Blue jackets, he would go on to play 15 seasons in the NHL for the Blue Jackets, New York Rangers and Boston Bruins, and was selected to play in six National Hockey League All-Star Games. He began his NHL career with the Blue Jackets immediately following his draft, in 2002…
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Nelson Figueroa attended Brandeis University from 1992–1995 where he pitched for three years and earned a bachelor's degree in American Studies. In 1994, he played collegiate summer baseball in the Cape Cod League.He was drafted by the New York Mets in the 30th round of the 1995 Major League Baseball draft. He was 26 years old when he broke into th…
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Lance Pitlick was drafted by his hometown Minnesota North Stars in the 9th round, 180th overall in the 1986 NHL Entry Draft. After being drafted, he played for the University of Minnesota for four years, where he served as captain during the 1989–90 season. After college, he was signed by the Philadelphia Flyers and played with their minor league a…
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Preston WIlson at the age of 17, was drafted by the Mets out of Bamberg-Ehrhardt High School in the first round of the 1992 MLB draft..The Baseball America 1992 High School Player of the Year, He was ranked among the top 100 prospects in baseball by the magazine four times between 1993 and 1998. He reached the majors in May 1998.But Just two weeks …
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FROM THE SPORTSTALKNY ARCHIVES WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2011EMILE FRANCISEmile "The Cat" Francis is a former player, coach, and general manager in the National Hockey League, most notably with the New York Rangers.Francis got his start in the NHL with the Chicago Black Hawks in 1947. From 1948 to 1952, he was the back-up goaltender for the New York …
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Rolf Benirschke was a placekicker in the National Football League (NFL). He played for the San Diego Chargers from 1977 until 1986. He was a second team All_pro in 1980, he won the George S Halas Courage award in 1981, made the pro bowl in 1982, Was the NFls Man on the year in 1983 and is a member of the Chargers hall of fame. He played a key role …
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David Quinn was the 13th overall, pick of the Minnesota North Stars in the 1984 NHL Entry Draft. Instead of turning pro immediately after being drafted, he instead opted to played collegiately for Boston University. After his junior season, he tried out for the 1988 U.S. Olympic Team. However, during his tryout he was diagnosed with Hemophilia B (a…
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Ozzie Guillén is one of the best shortstops of his era, he manned the position for 16 seasons, primarily with the Chicago White Sox,He was the American Rookie in 1985 a three time all star ,a Gold Glove and World series champion,Following his playing career, He coached for the Montreal Expos in 2001 and 2002 and the World Champion Florida Marlins i…
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Mo Vaughn was one of the biggest and most feared hitters in baseball.He was e a 12-letter varsity athlete in basketball, football, and baseball. at Trinity High School in Pawling, New York, he played college ball at Seton Hall for where he set the school record for home runs with 28. In his three years at Seton Hall he hit a total of 57 home runs a…
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Phil Villapiano played his high school football in the Garden State at both Asbury Park High School and Ocean Township High School in, New Jersey. He played college football at Bowling Green State University, where he was selected as Mid-America Conference Player of the Year. He was a 2nd round pick 45th overall in the 1971 draft by the Oakland rai…
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Jim Leyritz enjoyed an 11-year Major League Baseball career, He played for the New York Yankees, Anaheim Angels, Texas Rangers, Boston Red Sox, San Diego Padres, and Los Angeles Dodgers. His playing days were highlighted by a pair of memorable postseason home runs he hit with the Yankees in 1995 and 1996 in comeback wins.His most iconic of the 2 oc…
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Tony Olivia was one of the baseball's best hitters He was an All-Star during his first eight seasons. He was the 1964 American League Rookie of the Year, adding the AL batting champion three seasons, an AL hit leader five seasons, and a Gold Glove winner one season.After eight seasons in the majors, Oliva's career was hampered by a series of severe…
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Steve Trachsel pitched 16 years in the majors,with the Chicago Cubs, Tampa Bay Devil Rays, Toronto Blue Jays, New York Mets and the Baltimore Orioles.He was named to the Major League Baseball All-Star Game and posted a career-best 3.03 ERA in 1996.On September 18, 2006, he had one of his best performances of the season as the Mets clinched the Nati…
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ill Virdon led the Pirates to the 1972 NL East title,His 1980 Astros won the NL West championship,. His career managerial record, over all or parts of 13 seasons, was 995–921 (.519). He also served three different terms as a Pirates coach A part of US 63 BUS in West Plains, MO is also named Bill Virdon Boulevard. He joins Mark and AJ to talk about …
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Bobby Valentine played in the majors for 10 years for for the Los Angeles Dodgers (1969, 1971–72), California Angels (1973–1975), New York Mets (1977–78), and Seattle Mariners (1979) . After his playing career, he became one of the most colorful managers in baseball during the last decade of the 20th century managing he Texas Rangers (1985–1992), t…
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Arthur Staple is the hardest working man in the NHL. He is currently pulling double duty covering both the Islanders and Rangers for The Athletic.He previously spent 20 years at Newsday, covering the Islanders as well as wide-ranging sports topics., He has a brand new book out 100 Things Islanders Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die, he has someh…
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Brett Topel is the author of five books, including Mount Rushmore of the New York Mets: The Best Players By Decade to Wear the Orange and Blue , Miracle Moments in New York Mets History, So, You Think You're A New York Mets Fan, When Shea Was Home: The Story of the 1975 Mets, Yankees, Giants, and Jets, and Simply the Best: The Story of the 1929-31 …
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