Talking New York sports on Long Island's WGBB Radio.
Broadcasting LIVE Sunday nights at 8:00PM on Long Island's WGBB Radio 95.5FM | 1240AM. We're talking NEW YORK SPORTS! The Yankees, Mets, Giants, Jets, Knicks, Nets, Rangers, Islanders, Devils and the New York metro-area college scene are all up for discussion.
Listen for our interviews with past and present professional New York athletes- as well as local sports writers, authors, broadcasters and others with something new, interesting and different to say about New York sports. Join our hosts live on the air by calling in on the WGBB studio hotline at (516) 623-1240.
The podcast includes a WGBB SPORTS TALK FLASHBACK bonus episode each week! Available ONLY to podcast subscribers, bonus episodes will consist of old sports talk shows and interviews with former pro New York athletes, all originally aired on WGBB. Don't miss out- Subscribe Today!
WGBB Sports Talk New York replaced the long running SPORTSTALK1240 on WGBB (2007-2020) in January 2021.
October 2nd... Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone host at 8:00pm, followed by Andy Suekoff at 9:00pm.
October 9th... Bill Donohue hosts at 8:00pm, followed by Chris Kennedy and Bill Weissler at 9:00pm.
October 16th... Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone host at 8:00pm, followed by TBD at 9:00pm.
October 23rd... Bill Donohue hosts at 8:00pm, followed by TBD at 9:00pm.
October 30th... Mike Trezza and Mike Guidone host at 8:00pm, followed by TBD at 9:00pm.
About your hosts
Rob is the Executive Producer of WGBB's Sports Talk New York. While he still gets behind the mic from time to time to host the show, Rob mostly works behind the scenes helping to book guests, maintain the website and promote the show on social media.
Bill's first vivid recollection of sports revolves around the magical seasons of 1969 – when the Mets, Knicks and Jets all won championships – and Bobby Cox was playing 3B for the Yankees. A history buff and ports “purist,” he enjoys the comparison of the eras and discussing those contrasting viewpoints. Bill is a benefactor of the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown and enjoys visiting the hallowed shrine to our national pastime whenever possible.
Mike is a veteran of the local sports media scene. He's done play-by-play work for football, basketball and lacrosse on local TV, radio and digital platforms, and hosted various talk shows since 1995. He also serves as the public address announcer for several local colleges and high schools. Mike teaches at Farmingdale State College and Suffolk Community College. Since January 2021 Mike has been hosting Spot on Sports with Mike Guidone.
Mike is the girls' varsity basketball coach at Locust Valley High School. This past winter, his team broke the all-time Long Island consecutive victory record for girls' basketball, winning 54 straight over the course of 3 seasons. He also coaches boys' and girls' tennis. Mike is a teacher at Westbury High School. Since January 2021 Mike has been hosting Spot on Sports with Mike Trezza.
Andy is an in-game analyst for Stony Brook University Hockey, as well as an Ingest Coordinator for Encompass Digital Media in Stamford, CT. A graduate of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University, Andy was a play-by-play announcer for five NCAA Division I sports during his time as the school, and hosted a half hour weekly talk show, Bottom of the 6th. Andy is an avid fan of all the major sports, college football/basketball and MMA, specifically including the Yankees, Rangers, Jets and St. John’s.
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Chris is a huge fan of many of the local teams; the Islanders, Mets and Jets- as well as a big boxing fan. He got hooked on the Islanders during their 1974-75 season and was lucky enough to be in attendance at the Islanders first Cup clinching game back on May 24th, 1980. Chris has traded opinions and discussed sports with his co-host Bill Weissler for over 30 years.
Bill is a long time New York sports fan that roots for the Isles, Giants and Yankees, who just likes to be entertained. Sports should be fun. He also believes batting average is still important.
Rob combines his deep knowledge of sports along with a passion for the his pro New York teams. A fan of the Mets, Jets, Rangers and Knicks- Rob has an unbiased approach as host, often delivering harsh criticism of his favorite teams. Rob also hosts the Best Seat in the House Podcast.