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To celebrate Black History Month, 98.7 FM presented Changing The Game hosted by Stephen A. This year, at the Harlem Tavern, we discussed current NFL trends and developments.
- Kay's Bad Hair Day
- After losing a season-long bet on the NFL with Don La Greca and Peter Rosenberg, Michael Kay headed to the barber for a cut and color.
- Kay Holiday Party
- Last December, The Michael Kay Show headed out to Long Island for our annual holiday party. This year, we invaded Miller's Ale House in Levittown.
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- An Evening with Justin Tuck
- On November 17, 2016, 98.7 FM ESPN New York presented an evening with former New York Giant and Super Bowl Champion Justin Tuck.
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Throughout the Ranger's playoff run, listen as 98.7 host and Rangers broadcaster Don La Greca teams up with 98.7 host and former Islanders goalie Rick DiPietro to discuss and breakdown the Blueshirts' 2017 quest for the cup! Listen
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Featured this week: the 70th anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking barriers, a delicious ballpark tradition and one of our own takes the fight to lupus.
Anita Marks and Moke Hamilton talk about Phil Jackson's press conference. KP missed his exit interview? And, should the best player always take the final shot?
Andrew Gundling talks about Melo and his desire to stay in New York. Plus,what will happen in the NBA playoffs?
Anita Marks and Willie Colon talk about Phil Jackson saying he wasn't brought to NY to win a championship.
Jessica Mendoza joins Andrew Gundling to discuss NY baseball. How good is Yoenis Cespedes? And what type of pitcher is Michael Pineda?
Ian Begley joins Dave Rothenberg to talk about Phil Jackson's press conference. Who will be back next year?
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