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Sept. 21, 2022

Best of Locked Up sports

Best of Locked Up sports

Locked up Sports is 30 Episodes old and we celebrate with a look back at some of the best moments so far

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Locked up Sports is 30 Episodes old and we celebrate with a look back at some of the best moments so far

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Sal Licata

Sports Talk Show Host at WFAN and SNY

Sal Licata started his broadcasting career as an intern at WFAN in January 2003 and worked his way up since. He is now hosting overnights on WFAN. In addition to hosting at WFAN, Licata, a Long Island native, has been with SNY since 2010 and can be seen weeknights on “Geico Sportsnite” and weekly on “Baseball Night in New York.”

And, of course, Sal can also be heard sometimes on WFAN’s morning show, often filling in with Jerry Recco when Boomer & Gio are off.

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Ed Lynch

Former Mets Pitcher (1980-1986)
Former General Manager of the Chicago Cubs

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Joe Benigno

Sports Radio Personality

Joseph S. Benigno is an American sports radio personality. He was a co-host of the Joe & Evan show with Evan Roberts weekdays from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. ET on the New York radio stations WFAN-AM and WFAN-FM. His retirement was announced on October 28, 2020. He currently hosts the “Oh The Pain” podcast

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Bob Heussler

Sports Broadcaster

Bob Heussler is a radio sports broadcaster at WFAN in New York for the past thirty years. He made regular appearances on the Mike and the Mad Dog and Mike's On programs starting in 1993. He also did radio play-by-play of the WNBA's Connecticut Sun.
Bob has been behind the microphone for Fairfield Stags men's basketball on WVOF for 34 years. This coming season will be his 35th year calling Stags basketball games. Heussler was the Connecticut Radio Network’s UConn men’s basketball play-by-play announcer for three seasons, beginning in 1989-90, The Dream Season. His radio call of Tate George's game-winning shot in the 1990 East Regional semifinals against Clemson is one of the most famous in college basketball history. Heussler is a 1977 graduate of the University of Bridgeport.