Sirota interviewed legendary baseball manager Tony LaRussa about the intersection of sports and politics. They reminisced about LaRussa’s role in various World Series and about his recent political activism. Listen to the 630KHOW interview here.
Actor/comedian Bob Saget appeared on Sirota’s AM760 radio show to talk about how he went from a guy who played wholesome family-friendly characters on TV to one of the most cutting-edge stand-up comics in showbiz. Listen to the interview here:
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