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Mike Lindsley - Host

Lindsley has been a member of the sports media since 2002.

Lindsley has covered New York Yankee games, Baseball Hall of Fame inductions, Buffalo Bills training camp, Buffalo Sabres playoff games, PGA Championships at Oak Hill Country Club and all Syracuse sports teams, most notably the Syracuse University men’s basketball team. “ML” also owns and operates the all-Yankees website Pinstripe Passion. Mike has interviewed Jack Nicklaus, Derek Jeter, Bobby Richardson, Goose Gossage, Joe Torre, Jorge Posada, Mariano Rivera, Don Mattingly, Dave Winfield, Joe Girardi, Bob Sheppard, Bob Feller, Bryce Harper, Pete Rose, Marv Levy, Jim Brown, Floyd Little, Jim Kelly, Bill Polian, Bobby Bowden, Gilbert Perreault, Martin Brodeur, Ryan Miller and Tom Brokaw. The nicest athlete he has ever interviewed was Bernie Williams. The most miserable one was Randy Johnson.

Lindsley graduated from St. Bonaventure University (Class of 2002) with a bachelor's degree in journalism and mass communication and minor in Spanish. As sports director at WSBU radio, he hosted talk shows, reported on all Division One sports teams and color commentated for women's basketball. Mike also anchored and reported for WSBU-TV.

Lindsley is an avid golfer and has two career hole-in-ones; on #7 at Drumlins West with a five-wood and #8 on Drumlin’s East with a pitching wedge. He also enjoys spending time with family and friends, playing ping pong and tennis, traveling, watching Family Guy and attending Dave Matthews Band concerts.

From the Lindsley quote book: "He or she who is never satisfied will one day succeed." Lindsley resides in Brewerton, NY.

Rocco Carbone: staff photographer
Rocco's photo essays of local sporting events will be posted on cnyathletics.com. His photos of Syracuse University football and basketball games have already been featured on the website as well as the 2006 Baseball Hall of Fame Ceremony on pinstripepassion.com. Carbone covered high school sports for the Post-Standard (1990-1995) and worked in the Syracuse Chiefs media relations department (1994-1995).

He currently works in the Syracuse City School District and is the Voice of the Cougars (Corcoran High School). He won the 2005 New York State High School Public Address Announcer Award, given by the National Association of Sports Public Address Announcers (NASPAA).





















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