In Episode One, Jesse Golomb, Editor-in-Chief of TheFanManifesto.com, returns from an extended hiatus to bring you the first official episode of FanMan Radio. Jesse, ecstatic of the heels of the Giants’ big win at Candlestick, looks forward to Super Bowl XLVI instead of back to Super Bowl XLII. In between taking calls and dealing with his crappy phone system, the lead FanMan also discusses what went wrong with the Ravens and the Niners, what went right for the Giants and Pats, and what we can expect (from the media) leading up to The Big Game. He also doles out his Way-Too-Early MLB predictions, discusses Prince Fielder’s BMI, the Yankees’ new-look rotation and the death of Joe Paterno. Enjoy.
FanMan Radio returns with its 2012 MLB Preview Show. In part one, Jesse Golomb, Editor-in-Chief of TheFanManifesto.com, talks about how Bobby Valentine needs to shut the hell up. Then, he brings in baseball columnist Tom Schreier to compare predictions for the entire American League. The duo discusses Vegas futures bets before Jesse finishes off the show with a final ode to the Giants Super Bowl win. Happy listening.
With Mike D’Antoni out, Dwight Howard opting-out and on the move and NFL Free Agency underway, Jesse Golomb (Editor-in-Chief, TheFanManifesto.com) hosts the busiest and best episode of FanMan Radio yet. After explaining why the Knicks problems extend far outside the realm of Mike D’Antoni and Carmelo Anthony, Jesse discusses Howard’s despicable handling of his looming free agency, gives a few tips on filling out your March Madness brackets, and explains why the NFL is just as crazy as ever.
Fresh off a two week break, Jesse Golomb (Editor-in-Chief, TheFanManifesto) is mad he hasn’t had a chance to set the record straight on a few conversations he missed out on it. Good thing he has a microphone in front of him. Jesse talks about what Ozzie Guillen’s unfortunate case of Foot-in-the-Mouth has to say about our media, and our politics, and how the situation should have been handled. Then, he moves on the Knicks and discusses what the moribund franchise needs to do, now, if they ever want a chance of finding success on the basketball court. Jesse gives the show a send off by paying (premature?) tribute to Mariano Rivera. All that, and more, on the Podcast for the Educated Sports Fan.
The T.S. Report with Tom Schreier
In the Pilot episode, FanMan writer Tom Schreier is joined by his friend Nick Radich, as they preview the Conference Championship games in the NFL.
After going five-for-five in the pilot episode, Nick Radich lets sports fans know who to bet on in the Super Bowl, NCAA basketball, NHL hockey and NBA Basketball.
In the third episode, Nick and Tom discuss the upcoming Heat-Cavs matchup, some NCAA basketball and NHL hockey.
NBA Breakdown with Kyle Fitzsimmons
FanMan writer Tom Schreier gets NBA guru and dear friend Kyle Fitzsimmons on the phone to discuss Eastern and Western Conference picks and whether or not Deron Williams and Dwight Howard will join forces.
In the second episode, Tom and Kyle discuss Linsanity, Pau Gasol and what the Wolves should do with Michael Beasley.
In a third installment, Seattle-native Kyle gives his boy LeBron some love while bemoaning the loss of his Sonics and breaks down key offseason moves.
The Quadruple Play
FanMan writer Andy Bensch co-hosts his own one-hour, weekly sports talk show with his good buddy and Bay Area Sports extraordinaire Dominic Jimenez. They broadcast on KSFS radio from San Francisco State University every Tuesday at 10 am pacific. You can listen to all SFSU radio programs here but do keep in mind there are more than just sports shows aired on the station. Andy and Dominic however, host a pure sports talk show. They came up with the title of “The Quadruple Play” as a sort of combination of baseball’s triple play and the four major sports to which the show focuses on: NFL, MLB, NBA and NHL. If you are so inclined to listen to the show live, you can call and ask the hosts a question at 415-338-1532. The following episode is their sixth since starting the show back in February, we hope you enjoy:
The Quadruple Play Episode VI