Mike Giandomenico

The Baseball Biker

by Mike Giandomenico

There are some folks who are lucky if they attend one baseball game a year, perhaps even in a few years. For Darren O’Donnell, it was 30 stadiums or bust in one season with a catch – traveling 10,700 miles** across country to visit every Major League Ballpark on his bicycle. The Idaho native quit his job, moved out of his apartment, and embarked on the trip of a lifetime from Bellingham, Washington in April, and wrapped up the excursion in St. Louis in September.

Bogusch Talks US Open

by James Passarelli

All top four mens seeds made it to the US Open semifinals this year for the first time since 1992.  28 seed Serena, meanwhile, looks unstoppable in the women's bracket.  Here to give his opinions on the 2011 Queens-based Grand Slam event is WFUV alumn Andrew Bogusch.

Interviews with the New York Mets

by Amit Badlani
Michael Baron - MetsBlog.com

During the One on One Citi Field show, Amit Badlani interviewed Dillon Gee and Josh Thole, while Chris Quagliata and Mike Giandomenico talked to Mike Pelfrey and Bobby Parnell. They asked questions regarding the impact of their play on moves at the trading deadline, injured teammate returning to the field, and the Francisco Rodriguez trade.