Steve Somers

Radio Host, WFAN

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Sports-radio host at WFAN, 660 AM, in New York City

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Yesterday, former Senator George Mitchell said that players, managers and virtually everyone else involved in  Major League Baseball  for the past 20 years were responsible for what he…

Will Baseball Kick Its Dope Habit?

Yesterday, former Senator George Mitchell said that players, managers and virtually everyone else involved in Major League Baseball for the past 20 years were responsible for what he…

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