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The Michael Kay Show

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The Michael Kay Show

The Michael Kay Show
Genre Sports talk
Running time 4 hours
(3:00 – 7:00 p.m. ET)
Country  United States
Language(s) English
Home station 98.7 FM (2002-present)
TV adaptations YES Network (2014–present)
Starring Michael Kay
Don LeGreca

The Michael Kay Show is a sports radio talk show airing on the New York City radio station 98.7 ESPN New York, hosted by, New York Yankees television play-by-play broadcaster Michael Kay and Don LeGreca.


Kay opened his first ever simulcast on the Yes Network on February 3, 2014 by dumping a bottle of Diet Coke into the garbage, a move meant to poke fun of the channel's former occupant Mike Francesa. The canned action was widely criticized.[1] On his radio show, Kay delves into a variety of topics related to current sports, especially those notable in the New York area. Kay also touches on non-sports topics in popular culture and public controversy on occasion.

On-air talent

Radio Production Staff

  • Andrew Gundling, call screener and production
  • Ryan T. Hurley, Producer
  • Aaron Spielberg, executive producer


  1. ^ Blitz, Bob's (2014-02-05). "YES Network Execs Annoyed with Michael Kay's Canned Open: Source". Retrieved 2014-02-05. 
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