Rob Dibble Show

Rob Dibble Show

Rob Dibble breaks down the biggest stories in the world of sports alongside the biggest names in the industry every weekday afternoon from 3-7pm ET on 97-9 ESPN.

Episodes

April 17, 2022 15 min
We had our friend Kevin Kernan on the show to talk about MLB news, upcoming games, and PitchCom as well the device that came before it!
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We had our friend Dallas Braden on the show to talk about his choice of Masters fast food, Get his takes on PitchCom devices, and much more!
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We had the Former General Manager of the Mets & Orioles, Jim Duquette on the show to talk about some of his GMing experience, give us some insight on signing players, and more!
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We had our friend Rich Beem on the show to talk about the recent Master's Tournament and get his insight on some of what happened!
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April 14, 2022 17 min
We had our friend Eduardo Perez on the show to talk about the dodgers, his show, recent MLB news, and more!
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April 12, 2022 12 min
Bob Joyce joins the RDS Program and wraps up the UCONN season
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April 12, 2022 15 min
Dibs and Ben hit you with the best nicknames in golf!
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Ben Darnell and Gabe Rivera went to the Dunkin' Donuts Park to try out the new 2022 menu and boy did they have some things to say and hot news to break!
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We had the UConn 3 Time National Champion, Ashley Battle on the show to talk about her UConn career, what playing in a Final Four was like, get some upcoming game predictions, and more!
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We had Hartford Athletic Forward, Juan Carlos Obregón Jr. on the show to talk about the team, a bit of his past, their upcoming game against Atlanta United 2, and more!
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We had our friend Tim Brando on The Rob Dibble Show to talk about Saint Peter's performance in the NCAA Tournament and get his takes on coaches, players, and more.
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We had Matt Wettish on the show to talk about turkey hunting, teach us some bird calls, and much more!
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March 26, 2022 17 min
We had Crazy Alberto on the show to talk to him about fishing, his history, and much more!
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We had the owner of the Cape Cod Goose Hummock Shop, Phil Howarth on the show to talk to us about the CT Fishing & Outdoor Show, buying fishing gear, and much more!
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March 26, 2022 17 min
We had Sports Analyst, Sean Salisbury on the show to talk about sports news, recent trades, and more!
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March 24, 2022 19 min
We had CLNS Media Columnist, Mike Petraglia on the show to talk about Cincinnati sports, recent sports news, and more!
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We had Kristie Gonsalves and Jermey Cormier on the show to talk to us about the upcoming Connecticut Fishing & Outdoor Show, introduce us to some of the dogs, and much more!
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March 11, 2022 12 min
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March 11, 2022 18 min
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March 2, 2022 1 min
Let the Madness BEGIN!!!!!
CT has the best college hoops and this is the month we show it.
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