Andrew Fillipponi joined Sports radio 93.7 the Fan when the station launched in February of 2010. He’s currently the station’s evenings host and Pitt Panthers post-game host.
Prior to coming to Pittsburgh, Andrew talked sports in Buffalo. Some of his favorite moments there include working Jim Kelly’s Hunter’s Hope Radiothon and selecting George Washington with the third pick in the station’s President’s Draft. In addition to hosting shows and doing sports updates, he did fill-in baseball play-by-play for the Buffalo Bisons of the International League.
A native of New York State, Andrew’s broadcasting career began at Syracuse University. In 2009, he hosted SU football and basketball post-game.
Steelers quarterback Bruce Gradkowski joined Andrew Fillipponi Monday night to recap the win over the Jets and look ahead to the game against the Ravens and his brother, Gino.
According to Larry, five more divisional games will allow the Steelers to climb out of this hole.
Broadcasting live from Nakama on Carson for another installment of the Ryan Clark Show, the Steelers safety makes a case for the team still having a real shot at making the playoffs.
Andrew states a case for this being the year of the underdog in baseball.
Steelers linebacker Larry Foote joins Andrew once again for his weekly show at Monte Cello’s.
Clark agrees with teammates who say that this team is close to breaking through and returning to winning games consistently again, but that close margin is what separates good teams from also-rans.
The Larry Foote Show kicks off live from Monte Cello’s.
Saturday morning, Andrew Fillipponi had the chance to talk to two special guests who will be part of the Grand Opening Party of the all-new Penthouse Club Saturday night, Sept. 14.
Coming off a sweep of the Rangers in Texas, Andrew believes that we can safely project the roster that the Pirates will take into at least one playoff game early next month.
Steelers safety Ryan Clark is excited about the beginning of the new season and at least the Titans didn’t beat the Steelers as bad as the Ravens did a couple years ago.
Bruce Gradkowski is excited to be back home in Pittsburgh even though things did not go quite as planned Sunday against the Titans.
With the Pirates closing in on ending their dubious streak of twenty consecutive seasons finishing with a losing record, Andrew proposes that it is the perfect time to look back on some of the low-lights and finally put them to rest.
The Steelers traded linebacker Adrian Robinson to the Eagles for running back Felix Jones who played five mostly injury filled seasons in Dallas after being drafted one slot ahead of Rashard Mendenhall in the first round of the 2008 draft.
After another dominating performance by Pirates starter Francisco Liriano, this time last night against the Padres in San Diego, some people continue to try to make a case for Liriano as a legitimate Cy Young candidate.
The Pirates lost to the Cardinals by the final score of 6-5 in 12 innings earlier this afternoon…