Mid-day Host: 10a-2p. Ron Cook is a columnist for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Ron Cook has written a sports column at the Post-Gazette since January, 1990. Before joining the paper, he worked at the Pittsburgh Press and the Beaver County (Pa.) Times. He is a graduate of Northwestern University and Blackhawk High School. Ron has previously worked at KDKA-AM, where he did a weekend sports show.
93.7 The Fan host Ron Cook called in to the 94WIP Morning Show Wednesday and defended his comments about most Philly fans being “subhuman.”
Ron Cook of the Cook and Poni show joined Starkey and Mueller this afternoon as he is reporting the Pirates will place reining NL MVP Andrew McCutchen on the 15-day DL with an oblique injury that will cost him “significant time.”
With no games in Major League Baseball yesterday or today, talk turns to trade rumors and second half projections.
NFL Network analyst Charley Casserly goes around the league and inside the NFL Draft with Ron Cook on Sportsradio 93.7 The Fan.
Ron Cook gives the Fan Morning Show an update from the Super Bowl in New Orleans.
Veteran Post-Gazette columnist and CBS Pittsburgh radio personality Ron Cook recently received a special honor from the high school sports community.
Ron Cook filled in for the Fan Morning Show, and spoke with Hall of Fame quarterback, Joe Namath on Monday.
Penguins forward Craig Adams joins Ron and Vinnie following his contract extension yesterday.
Former Pirates and current Detroit Tigers Manager Jim Leyland joined The Vinnie and Cook Show on Friday.
Noted sports agent Leigh Steinberg joined the Vinnie and Cook Show on Thursday.
The guys are joined by Draft Insider.com’s Frank Coyle to talk NFL Draft. Not many people are crying as millionaires fight billionaires, but the lockout will affect the way that teams will approach the draft.
The FAN’s Vinnie Richichi and Ron Cook are joined by Pirates pitching coach Ray Searage to talk some Buccos baseball.
The Pittsburgh Power head coach joined 93-7 The Fan’s Ron Cook Friday afternoon to preview Saturday night’s game against his former employer, the visiting Jacksonville Sharks.