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Eric Mollo

Tommy Smyth on One on One

by Amit Badlani
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Tommy Smyth, soccer analyst at ESPN, joined Alex Smith and Eric Mollo on One on One to discuss the surprising Italy team, Mario Balotelli, and his prediction for the final.

Brian Clark Talks Grass

by Amit Badlani
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Former WFUV sports manager Brian Clark (currently of CineSport and USOpen.org/radio) joined Alex Smith and Eric Mollo on One on One to talk Wimbledon. They discussed Lukas Rosol's upset of Rafael Nadal, what to look for going into the 2nd week of the men's draw, and how the high seeds like Maria Sharpova and Victoria Azarenka will fare on the women's side.

Singer-Songwriter Dan Bern on One on One

by Amit Badlani
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Singer-songwriter Dan Bern joined One on One, New York's longest running sports call-in show this afternoon. He talked about The Golden Voice of Vin Scully, his tribute to the long time voice of the Dodgers and WFUV/Fordham alum, his upcoming baseball album Doubleheader, and the July 4 concert in Cooperstown at the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Mike Breen Talks NBA Playoffs

by Amit Badlani
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Mack Rosenberg and Eric Mollo were joined by Mike Breen, WFUV alum and play-by-play man for MSG Network and NBA on ESPN, to talk Celtics-Heat and Thunder-Spurs.

Life in the Minors - Chapter 8: Battle of the Boroughs

by Eric Mollo, Matt Sinise
Rusted Strings

 Minor League Baseball: How does it differ from the majors? For the eleventh consecutive year, WFUV goes behind the scenes with the Brooklyn Cyclones and Staten Island Yankees In the Short Season Single-A NY-Penn League, it's long bus rides, low pay, and 76 games in 80 days. This is our look at Life in the Minors: How the Other Half Lives.

Life in the Minors - Chapter 4: Baseball Superstitions, Rituals, and Habits

by Eric Mollo, Steve Simineri
Robert M. Pimpsner - twitter.com/RPimpsner

Minor League Baseball: How does it differ from the majors? For the eleventh consecutive year, WFUV goes behind the scenes with the Brooklyn Cyclones and Staten Island Yankees In the Short Season Single-A NY-Penn League, it's long bus rides, low pay, and 76 games in 80 days. This is our look at Life in the Minors: How the Other Half Lives.