WFAN Sports Radio 660 AM/101.9 FM is a sports radio station based in New York, NY. The world's first 24-hour all-sports radio station, WFAN 660-AM/101.9-FM remains the premier sports talk radio station in the business. Since its debut, dozens of stations have copied the all-sports format, but none have achieved the success of the FAN.
Jay Jay, I thought u were very rude to me n the previous caller. The callers make the show .We all have an opinion n should be heard.
great to listen all these years.
Biggest mistake you made was yelling at the guy who said Vegas should be a hockey franchise. He was dead right and you berated him.
Great to listen to you Mike I learned a lot about sports and compassion from your show ... much happiness and luck in your new adventures .... my husband listened to you over the years always would talk back like he was in the station with you and I will miss that as his wife .... Thanks for all you are Mike :)
Great show I learn a lot about sports from a different dimention.
Jill Friedman Kretchmer18.10.2017
love the show.......been listening for several years now. hope Recco will continue in the "power chair"......
Worthless. Does not broadcast the Yankee playoff games.
Mike is the Best
I have been listening to The Fan for years back in the day with Mike and The Mad Dog......those were great A Days.....Iam wondering will The Fan ever bring those 2 together again......they rock and I enjoyed every minute and second of listening to their expertise and knowledge and especially Mike s Friday late afternoon picks on College Football..and his take on it....for the Saturday s big games and the discussions on The Yankees and The Mets....and those Torre Yankee years..Miss them alot!!..BRING THEM BACK..ON AIR!!!=))
Carton was a no-talent clown. Thank god he's gone. Boomer better wake up and stop acting like a high school kid.
Love the addition of Brian Custer. Love him on SNY, too. Hope he becomes a WFAN regular.
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