Afternoon Host: 2pm-6pm. Joe Starkey a graduate of the University of Buffalo (undergrad) and Duquesne University (graduate). He was previously a sportswriter for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review since 1995, including the past seven years as a columnist. He was on the Penguins’ beat from 1997-2002 and the West Virginia football beat before that. He covered Big East football for ESPN.com from 2005-07 and hosted Pittsburgh Game Day on Saturdays.
Steelers Beat Writer for the Post Gazette and Sportsradio 93-7 The FAN Steelers Insider Ed Bouchette joined Joe Starkey of Seibel and Starkey to discuss Ben Roethlisberger’s broken foot, and what it means for the teams matchup with the Ravens on Sunday night.
Ed Bouchette joined the Seibel and Starkey show today on Sportsradio 93-7 The FAN to address the most recent James Harrison fine, and where the Rooney family has come down on all of this.
Max Talbot talks about his trip to Haiti with teammate Mike Rupp and former Pittsburgh Pirate Sean Casey. The whole experience to Max was a life changing event that he looks back upon fondly, and uses as inspiration to try and help the children of Haiti through his foundation.
Ray Horton talked with Joe Starkey about everything from the performance of William Gay to Tom Brady being the best Quarterback in the league.
Baseball Hall of Famer Peter Gammons joined Joe Starkey and Ken Laird on Sportsradio 93-7 The FAN today to discuss the Pirates hiring of Clint Hurdle as their manager. Peter said Hurdle had a lot […]
Clint Hurdle joined Joe Starkey and Ken Laird today on 93.7 The FAN and talked about being named the Pirates new manager. Many people wondered why Hurdle took this position considering the difficulties he’ll be […]
Hines Ward sat down with Joe Starkey for a one-on-one interview in which he discussed everything from the T. Ocho Show to the spygate scandal and how it may have cost the Steelers victories against the Patriots.
Penguins Center Sidney Crosby sat down with Joe Starkey to discuss everything from the team’s blown 4-2 lead Wednesday night against the Boston Bruins, the NHL’s new All-Star format, and Steven Stamkos performance just three years into his NHL career.
Marc-Andre Fleury on the slump he has been going through: “It’s a challenge to get out of it.” Fleury also added that this is the toughest stretch of his career.