The Michael Kay Show

The voice of the Yankees pairs with New Jersey native Don La Greca and multifaceted DJ Peter Rosenberg.

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The Michael Kay Show: 10/31/16


The Jets improved to 3-5 with a win over Cleveland, but was it really the best thing for their future? Plus, do the Cubs have a real chance to win the World Series?


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 November 1, 2016  1h1m
 
 

Steve Young : 10/31/16


Talking about the NFL action in week 8 and the Monday night match up


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 October 31, 2016  16m
 
 

Justin Tuck: 10/31/16


Jerry Reese didn't answer any questions about Josh Brown. Justin Tuck thinks it is best to admit fault, learn from it and make sure it doesn't happen again.


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 October 31, 2016  11m
 
 

Todd Bowles : 10/31/16


Coach Bowles talks about the Jets win over the Browns, what changed in the 2nd half and how he is getting a swear jar in his office.


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 October 31, 2016  8m
 
 

Matt Forte: 10/31/16


Despite their first half struggles in Cleveland, Jets running back Matt Forte said that this offense never doubted themselves.


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 October 31, 2016  7m
 
 

Game Misconduct: 10/31/16


Don recaps the weekend around the NHL!


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 October 31, 2016  13m
 
 

The Michael Kay Show: 10/28/16


The World Series and Wrigley Field are crossing paths for a sports spectacle. Plus, which sporting events are on your sports bucket list?


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 October 29, 2016  1h0m
 
 

Joe Buck: 10/28/16


Joe Buck has been calling World Series games since 1996, but Game 3 in Chicago on Friday night will be a career highlight.


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 October 29, 2016  5m
 
 

TMKS Pro Picks: 10/28/16


The guys give their picks for Week 8 around the NFL!


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 October 29, 2016  9m
 
 

Jayson Stark: 10/28/16


The Cubs pennant-clincher at Wrigley last week was one of the most emotional things Jayson Stark has ever seen.


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 October 29, 2016  8m