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Driving you home each day at 6pm with the best interviews and sharpest opinions on radio from an all-star cast including Ray Warren, Peter Sterling, Andrew Johns, Dan Ginnane and Tony Squires. Listen weeknights at 6pm on 104.9 Triple M Sydney and 104.5 Triple M Brisbane or catch up with the show here.
 
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Johnny Vander Meer remains the only pitcher in MLB history to throw two straight no-hitters in consecutive starts. As John Means attempts to tie that feat in Queens on Tuesday, we resurface an old interview with Mike, Chris, and Vander Meer from 1996. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Then-Mets general manager Omar Minaya appeared on "Mike and the Mad Dog" on Jan. 25, 2006, just as the back pages were accusing him of showing preference toward signing Latino players. “I understand when you’re the first Hispanic general manager, there are going to be people that are going to look at everything that you do and try to analyze it or …
 
Boomer Esiason and Dan Reeves were among the parade of big-name guests to wish the "Mike and the Mad Dog" show a happy 10th anniversary in November 1999. At the time, Reeves was the head coach of the Atlanta Falcons, who were struggling a year after reaching their first Super Bowl, and Esiason was the color commentator for “Monday Night Football.” …
 
Derek Jeter’s best season came in 2006, when he batted .343 with 14 homers, 97 RBIs and 118 runs. But he only finished second in American League MVP voting, being edge out by Minnesota’s Justin Morneau. Mike and the Mad Dog thought Jeter should have won, and on Nov. 21, 2006, the day the results were announced, they wanted answers. What was even mo…
 
On June 11, 2007, Yankees great Bill “Moose” Skowron appeared as a guest on "Mike and the Mad Dog." He reflected on his career, including playing for the 1963 Los Angeles Dodgers team that beat the Yankees in the World Series -- it wasn't the cherished memory you might expect. The six-time All-Star also told tales of his time as a Yankee. See omnys…
 
On Jan. 25, 2006, then-Mets manager Willie Randolph appeared on "Mike and the Mad Dog" to discuss the previous season and the one that was on the horizon. Randolph talked about Aaron Heilman, Kazuo Matsui, Xavier Nady, showdowns with the Phillies and more. The Mets, of course, went on to win the NL East in 2006 and came within one game of reaching …
 
The day after “The Great One” ended his legendary playing career with an emotional Madison Square Garden goodbye, Wayne Gretzky was a guest on "Mike and the Mad Dog." In the April 19, 1999, interview, Gretzky, who spent the final three seasons of his 21-year career with the Blueshirts said: “I’m going to miss all of it. Going to the rink for practi…
 
Eli Manning is calling it a career. In this installment of the "Best of Mike and the Mad Dog," we share an interview with Manning from Aug. 5, 2008. It was from when the guys stopped by Giants training camp. Of course, Big Blue's stunning upset of the previously unbeaten Patriots in Super Bowl XLII sixth months earlier was still a hot topic of disc…
 
In this “Mike and the Mad Dog” clip from Aug. 5, 2008, Mike Francesa and Chris “Mad Dog” Russo, interview then-Giants coach Tom Coughlin during his first training camp after winning Super Bowl XLII. As it turned out, this was the last show Mike and Chris did together before their split was announced. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informat…
 
As the 2006 NBA season was tipping off, then-Commissioner David Stern appeared as a guest on "Mike and the Mad Dog." In the interview, Stern, who died last week after suffering a brain hemorrhage, discussed the league's push to improve player behavior both on and off the court, the game's young superstars at the time, the Nets moving to Brooklyn an…
 
On June 3, 2003, the Yankees held a news conference announcing that Derek Jeter was being named team captain. Neither Mike Francesa nor Chris “Mad Dog” Russo believed it was that big of a deal. “I guess it’s noteworthy because it’s the Yankee captain, but … to me, he’s been the captain since he got here,” Francesa said. “The Yankees gotta take a ch…
 
Tim McCarver joined "Mike and the Mad Dog" before Game 4 of the 2006 World Series between the Cardinals and Tigers, reminiscing about the classic 1968 World Series between those same teams. He also discussed playing against the Yankees in the 1964 World Series, including the awe he felt catching when Mickey Mantle was at the plate. And he talked ab…
 
After pitcher Chien-Ming Wang sprained his right foot running the bases on June 15, 2008, in the Yankees’ 13-0 win over the then-National League Houston Astros, Yankees co-chairman Hank Steinbrenner called for the NL to “join the 21st century” and have designated hitters. Chris “Mad Dog” Russo wanted no part of that, which led to this discussion on…
 
Before WFAN was housed in Manhattan's Hudson Square, it called Astoria, Queens, home. There were good memories there, and there were not-so-good memories. This classic "Mike and the Mad Dog" clip from Oct. 25, 2006, was recorded on a day when the newsroom was flooded, which was just one of the problems. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy infor…
 
Joe Girardi's name has been coming up a lot as some MLB teams look for a new manager, including the Mets. Here is an interview Girardi did with "Mike and the Mad Dog" in October 2006, a year before he was hired to manage the Yankees and shortly after he was fired as the Marlins’ skipper (despite being the 2006 Manager of the Year). He was part of t…
 
Chris “Mad Dog” Russo is a vocal, lifelong San Francisco Giants fan. So imagine his pain in 2003 when the Giants, still looking for their first world title since leaving New York in 1957, were eliminated from the postseason for the second time by the Marlins, a team that had only been in existence for 10 years at the time. In this classic clip from…
 
In another reunion, Chris “Mad Dog” Russo was a guest on Mike Francesa’s show from Radio Row before Super Bowl XLVI in February 2012 between the Giants and Patriots. Listen as Mike and the Mad Dog catch up, talk about a wide-ranging topic of sports and laugh … A LOT! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
On June 3, 2003, the Islanders surprisingly fired coach Peter Laviolette after two playoff seasons. General manager Mike Milbury appeared as a phone guest on "Mike and the Mad Dog" to explain his decision. The interview became rather confrontational when Chris “Mad Dog” Russo asked Milbury: “How are you the GM? Let’s be fair. Say it the way it is: …
 
In 2007, WFAN’s John Minko was rejected for a press pass to see his alma mater, Butler, play in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Buffalo. Mike and the Mad Dog were flabbergasted. “If they don’t get Minko a pass, they are dead as far as I’m concerned,” said Chris “Mad Dog” Russo. Listen to this classic clips as the guys try to get the Mink …
 
In 2007, WFAN’s John Minko was rejected for a press pass to see his alma mater, Butler, play in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Buffalo. Mike and the Mad Dog were flabbergasted. “If they don’t get Minko a pass, they are dead as far as I’m concerned,” said Chris “Mad Dog” Russo. Listen to this classic clips as the guys try to get the Mink …
 
In 2007, WFAN’s John Minko was rejected for a press pass to see his alma mater, Butler, play in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Buffalo. Mike and the Mad Dog were flabbergasted. “If they don’t get Minko a pass, they are dead as far as I’m concerned,” said Chris “Mad Dog” Russo. Listen to this classic clips as the guys try to get the Mink …
 
On Oct. 13, 2005, with the Yankees fresh off an ALDS defeat at the hands of the Angels, reporters were gathered in the Yankee Stadium clubhouse waiting to interview players clearing out their lockers. It was slow going throughout the day, and there was no food on hand for the media. “You would make so many friends if you sent a couple of pizzas ove…
 
On Oct. 13, 2005, with the Yankees fresh off an ALDS defeat at the hands of the Angels, reporters were gathered in the Yankee Stadium clubhouse waiting to interview players clearing out their lockers. It was slow going throughout the day, and there was no food on hand for the media. “You would make so many friends if you sent a couple of pizzas ove…
 
Yankees great Bobby Murcer was a guest on "Mike and the Mad Dog" on June 16, 2003. The player-turned-broadcaster talked about how his former team was doing at the time. The Bronx Bombers had a strong team in 2003, but days earlier they were the victims of a no-hitter by six different Astros pitchers. “When Joe (Torre) speaks, that team certainly li…
 
On Oct. 16, 2009, a little more than a year after Mike and the Mad Dog's 19-year on-air run ended, Chris Russo appeared as a guest on Mike Francesa’s WFAN show, which was on location from the ALCS at Yankee Stadium. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.על ידי Audacy
 
In Game 2 of the 2006 World Series, Detroit Tigers pitcher Kenny Rogers was caught on camera with a foreign substance on his pitching hand. The next day, Oct. 23, Mike and Chris "Mad Dog" Russo discussed the potential ramifications, including how Major League Baseball should deal with similar situations. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy info…
 
The hot topic of conversation on the "Mike and the Mad Dog" show on Oct. 20, 2006, was the Mets’ heartbreaking loss the night before to the St. Louis Cardinals in the National League Championship Series. The Cardinals took the seven-game series and went on to win the World Series. Mike Francesa and Chris “Mad Dog” Russo opened their show by breakin…
 
Broadcasting live from Yankee Stadium before the 2008 All-Star Game, Mike Francesa and Chris “Mad Dog” Russo stayed later than their show was scheduled to end to speak with then-Commissioner Bud Selig. As it turned out, it was the second-to-last show Mike and Chris did together before their show ended. To listen to the segment from July 15, 2008, c…
 
Last week, we posted Mike and the Mad Dog’s review of Chris Carlin’s wedding. They weren’t as kind when they discussed the wedding plans of another of their onetime producers, Marc Malusis. They weren’t crazy about the hourslong gap between the ceremony and reception, and Chris “Mad Dog” Russo wasn’t a fan of Malusis’ honeymoon plans, either. See o…
 
Alex Rodriguez made a surprise appearance on the "Mike and the Mad Dog" show on March 5, 2002, from Legends Field in Tampa, Florida. A-Rod was still a Texas Ranger at the time, and he talked about how he almost became a New York Met, as well as other baseball-related matters. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Back in 2005, Chris "Mad Dog" Russo brought his kids to the WFAN studios, and when he wasn't paying attention, they managed to disrupt a live Brooklyn Nets game broadcast. Listen and Russo and Mike Francesa discuss the incident in this March 25, 2005, episode of "Mike and the Mad Dog." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
On June 2, 2008, former baseball commissioner Fay Vincent stopped by the Mike and the Mad Dog show to promote his book “We Would Have Played for Nothing.” Of course, steroids in baseball was a hot topic then. Vincent said he believed baseball’s union heads were partly to blame for the problem because they fought against a ban on performance-enhanci…
 
After Chris “Mad Dog” Russo got married, Mike Francesa, John Minko and others offered a critique of the wedding. The food didn’t draw rave reviews. “I tell you, Dog, if a pizza man had stumbled in there, he’d never have to work again,” Francesa joked. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Chris “Mad Dog” Russo was rather jubilant a day after the Yankees were eliminated by the Angels in the 2005 American League Division Series. Mike Francesa was not. This classic clip from Mike & the Mad Dog includes a “missive from General George.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.על ידי Audacy
 
Then-Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens appeared on Mike and the Mad Dog’s show on June 16, 2003, just days after winning his 300th career game. “I had some emotions out there on the mound, and I think just the fact that it had come and we had gotten it there at home and just huge the ovations and everything, it was just tremendous,” Clemens said. See o…
 
Before there was a new Yankee Stadium, there was this classic argument between Mike and the Mad Dog about whether there should be a new Yankee Stadium. Chris “Mad Dog” Russo believed a new venue wasn’t needed because the Yankees were still packing the house and making money hand over fist. Mike Francesa, a longtime Yankees fan, disagreed. “I person…
 
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