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Bob Ryan Sits Down with One on One

by Drew Casey, Sean Hahner

Wikimedia Commons

Earlier today, Bob Ryan spoke with Mike Watts and Matt Moro on One on One. The well acclaimed sportswriter touched on many things around baseball, including the MLB Trade deadline, the Boston Red Sox, and the New York Yankees. The Boston College graduate even shared a few laughs while on the air. To listen to his interview, please click play below.

Mount Rushmore of Broadcasting

by Mike Watts

Flickr | South Dakota

With news of Los Angeles Dodgers announcer Vin Scully deciding to return for a 66th season behind the microphone, this week's One on One Mets and Yankees ticket contest honored the WFUV alumnus.

Bronx Homecoming for Former Ram

by Nick Logerfo

Texas Rangers/Fordham Athletics

A lot can happen in 13 years, and that’s how long it’s been since a Ram has made it to the major leagues. On July 22, Nick Martinez will return to the Bronx where he played for the Fordham Rams for 3 years. He will step on the mound at Yankee Stadium as a Texas Ranger. 

Derek Jeter Classy and Impressive in Final All Star Game

by Drew Casey

Drew Casey : WFUV Sports

Minneapolis, Minn.- The American League defeated the National League 5-3 in the 85th MLB All Star Game on Tuesday in Minnesota. However, Derek Jeter, playing in his 14th and final Midsummer Classic, was the real headline of the event as was expected. The expectations didn't necessarily include a 2 for 2 performance at the plate with a near incredible play up the middle though. But on a cool night in the Twin Cities that's exactly what the Yankees captain delivered.

Yankees Remember Lou Gehrig

by Nick Logerfo

Nick Logerfo | WFUV Sports

July 4th often brings memories of summer barbeques, American flags waving and baseball. This year marks a special occasion in history, and it’s not the birth of the nation. It’s also one of the most memorable events of baseball history. In 1939 the New York Yankees honored their leader and Captain Lou Gehrig during Lou Gehrig Appreciation Day.

A Son's Dedication Honored to Wrap Up Hope Week 2014

by Matt Moro

Matt Moro : WFUV Sports

When looking back on the amazing stories and gestures that come together during HOPE week, its not really fair to compare each one. But what is fair to say, is that the story of Quai and Vaida Jefferson may be one of the most inspiring stories you will ever hear.

When Quai Jefferson was just 6 years old, his mother was diagnosed was Multiple Sclerosis, a disease that affects the central nervous system. This is devastating news for any family, but is especially tough when it affects a single mother and her young son. For Quai, his mother was everything to him.