As we say goodbye to our friend Joey Fosko, we turn to the man who always said it best…Joey Fosko. We replay part of his final visit to the show, and as you listen to Joey, you’ll hear the passion he had for his work, his friends, and the great life that he lived.
Click to listen to June 20 Show – Part 3 (Joey Fosko)
Murray Ledger and Times sports editor Ricky Martin wrote a very special column honoring Joey Fosko, and we talk to Ricky about the admiration and respect he had for the long-time Paducah Sun reporter. Ricky speaks eloquently about what Joey’s advice and friendship meant to him as he started his career in sports journalism, and Ricky’s words add more weight to the many tributes that have honored the life and career of our great friend.
Click to listen to June 20 Show – Part 2 (Ricky Martin)
WKDZ’s Scott Brown does a fabulous job covering the Trigg County Wildcats, and in doing his job, Scott often crossed paths with our late, great friend, Joey Fosko. Like so many of us, Scott enjoyed Joey’s company and admired his professionalism, and he joins Travis to share his memories of the man who dedicated himself to high school sports in western Kentucky.
Click to listen to June 20 Show – Part 1 (Scott Brown)
Travis takes a look at Matt Harvey and Zack Wheeler, the keys to hope for a struggling New York Mets franchise. He also checks the MLB scoreboard, examines the latest developments in the Clippers pursuit of Doc Rivers, and chronicles San Jose’s battle with Major League Baseball.
Click to listen to June 19 Show – Part 4
Travis recaps the Miami Heat’s thrilling game six victory, a win that sets up a winner-take-all game seven with the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA Finals.
Click to listen to June 19 Show – Part 3
Chris Evans does a fantastic job serving the folks of Crittenden County through his work at the Crittenden Press, but for years he served the readers of western Kentucky at the Paducah Sun. During that time, Chris forged a friendship with a talented young reporter named Joey Fosko, and though Chris would eventually leave the Sun, he and Joey forged a friendship that would last a lifetime. Chris joins the show to share his memories of Joey, and he captures perfectly the essence of a man who loved his job, his friends, and the live he lived. Chris offers up a look at Joey that few could provide, and his special insight reveals a man of great intelligence, character, and compassion.
Click to listen to June 19 Show – Part 2 (Chris Evans)
The Murray Ledger and Times’ David Ramey joins Travis to honor and remember Joey Fosko. David shared the press box and sidelines with Joey for many years, and he provides a wonderful tribute detailing what a special writer and human being Joey was.
Click to listen to June 19 Show – Part 1 (David Ramey)
Travis takes a look at the Cardinals’ outstanding play, the franchise’s impressive organizational depth, and the number of Redbirds that could merit selection to baseball’s Mid-Summer Classic. He also offers a look at the MLB standings and scoreboard, the Stanley Cup Finals, and an example of the worst sports talk radio has to offer.
Click to listen to June 18 Show – Part 4
Lead basketball analyst Ed Chapman takes stock of the NBA Finals as the Miami Heat head home looking to stave off elimination at the hands of the San Antonio Spurs.
Click to listen to June 18 Show – Part 3 (Ed Chapman)
Ed Chapman spent many hours talking with Joey Fosko over the years, and from the press box to the locker room to the radio studio, Ed collected many memories of our fallen friend. Ed shares some of them here.
Click to listen to June 18 Show – Part 2 (Ed Chapman)