Former Met Ron Swoboda On the Jolt

He only made one of the most famous catches in World Series history. Never really known for his defense, Ron Swoboda made a diving catch in Game 4 of the 1969 World Series - a sinking line drive off the bat of Orioles great Brooks Robinson - that left Mets fans even more convinced that…

Director Billy Corben Throws A Screwball At the Jolt

Billy Corben is an American documentary film director who co-founded Rakontur, a Miami-based studio. Over the course of his career, he is best known for films such as Cocaine Cowboys, Dawg Fight, and ESPN's 30 for 30 The U and The U Part 2. r In his latest film Screwball, Billy takes a hilarious and…

Talking Baseball With David Cone On the Jolt

David Cone was known for being both feisty and cerebral during his 17-year Major League career that included a Cy Young award, a perfect game, five All-Star Game appearances, and five World Series championships. His new book Full Count: The Education of a Pitcher has just been published and David called into the WDHA Morning…

Fox Sports' Kevin Burkhardt Talks World Series On the Jolt

New Jersey-born Kevin Burkhardt is no stranger to local sports fans. The sideline reporter for Mets games on SNY for eight seasons, he also did play-by-play for the NJ Jackals earlier in his career. Kevin is now part of the Fox Sports crew and in addition to doing games for the NFL On Fox, he's…

Talking Baseball With Jack Curry On the Jolt

Jack Curry is no stranger to New York-area baseball fans. The former national baseball columnist for The New York Times, Jack is now on the Yankees pre and postgame shows on the YES Network. A graduate of Fordham University (like Jim Monaghan), Jack is also a New York Times best-selling author. He and Jim talk…