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After much speculation as to who would become Mike Francesa's replacement at WFAN Radio, the station announced that the trio of Chris Carlin, Bart Scott and Maggie Gray would be taking over as the new hosts of 1-6pm afternoon drive show.Carlin is a former WFAN producer and host on WIP Radio in Philadelphia.ASA member Dan Shulman has already vacated his post as play-by-play announcer, so that leaves Jessica Mendoza as the last woman standing.While Eli Manning's future as a player with the NY Giants is uncertain after being benched by the team earlier this week, the possibility of a broadcasting career might be on the horizon.Through the original years of AT&T Wireless, Cingular and the New AT&T Wireless, they always offered some of the newest and most high tech phones including Motorola lines (RAZR, KRZR, SLVR) and of course, the Apple i Phone.AT&T offers a wide variety of standard cell phones and smart phones like Palm and others.According to a story by TMZ, legendary announcer and ASA member Al Michaels and CBS CEO Les Moonves both gave ringing endorsements of Manning while leaving an LA restaurant.When asked if Manning could end up at CBS, Moonves said, "We'd take him in a second." Michaels agreed and praised Manning's character. "Eli will have a future in a lot of places, wherever he wants.” Joe Morgan, ASA Member and Cincinnati Reds Hall of Famer, feels that steroid users do not belong in the Hall of Fame.

Raftery, who has been covering college hoops on CBS for over 33 years, is working his fifth Final Four telecast after many years on the Westwood One Radio broadcasts.“Those are the three criteria that many of the [Hall of Fame] players and I think are right.” Morgan noted, “Please keep in mind I don’t speak for every single member of the Hall of Fame,” though he added, “I do know how many of the Hall of Famers feel." This comes after last year's vote saw suspected PED users Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds receive over 50% of the 75% of the votes needed for election.Things got emotional at ESPN Radio as Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic, hosts of "Mike and Mike" signed off for the final time on November 17 after 17 years together.Rusty Staub, the red-haired All-Star slugger who spent seven of his 23 years in the majors with the Mets, died in a West Palm Beach hospital after a long illness. A visibly emotional Keith Hernandez a former teammate and close friend of Staub's, spoke at a press conference today where he said the fan favorite was "in a lot of pain" and "is now in a better place." After his retirement in 1985, Staub became a Mets announcer on WWOR-TV Ch. Staub was also revered for his philanthropic efforts.Through his Rusty Staub Foundation, founded in 1986, he raised millions of dollars for the families of New York City policemen and firefighters who were killed in the line of duty as well as those who lost their lives in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

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