Ed Berliner: The Fastest Show in Sports

Ed Berliner: The Fastest Show in Sports

Emmy Award winning sportscaster Ed Berliner delivers the show that set that standard for sports talk across America. No phone calls. No baby talk. 1 on 1 interviews with experts, insiders, great friends, legendary figures, and hard core talk about the issues. This is the show that for more than 25 years has been starting and ending sports arguments across America.

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February 4, 2021 66 min

Super Bowl LV hasn’t been played and already there’s talk about this being a “game for the ages”. Why? Because there’s a QB who has obviously made a deal with the Devil against a youngster whom some have already tabbed the next GOAT? There’s more to the game than all that, and it’s right here on “The Man in the Arena: Sports Pulse”. Ed Berliner is joined by veteran NFL reporter and columnist Russell Baxter, along with another sage ...

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Hank Aaron leaves behind much more than lines in the MLB record books, and it’s up to this generation to carry that legacy. On a related note, real questions have to be asked yet AGAIN why Eric Bieniemy, a worthy black coach, is not HC in the NFL. It’s all about society and how people of every color fail to look past their own nose. The Miami Dolphins are a franchise in trouble again as anonymous players are destroying the locker r...

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Veteran high school sports analyst Larry Blustein makes a rousing return to “The Fastest Show in Sports” as we dig into the absolute nightmare parents and guardians are creating for their high school age kids here in the year of the COVID19 pandemic. A recent showcase event for more than a thousand young football players, held on the west coast of Florida, put everyone at risk for no other reason than sheer greed. Are some parents ...

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Kobe Bryant was more than just an exceptional basketball player. He was a teenager thrust into the world of men, the kid who conquered a league, the young man who seemed to try his best in throwing it all away, and who in the end realized what he had been given and turned his life into an inspirational cavalcade. Roland Lazenby is an accomplished American author of numerous sports books, 2 of those about Kobe Bryant. He joins Ed Be...
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This current MLB cheating scandal didn't happen overnight. This has been brewing for many years with MLB complicit. Now come the hard questions. Lifetime bans for all involved? More front office mavens destined to be busted? And what of those already busted for cheating? What, did Alex Cora do it all by himself? Plenty of issues the baseball apologists won't touch. We will. Join me as I welcome sports lawyer/agent Joe Casal...
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More than 30 years after his tragic death, Tony Conigliaro remains a Boston Red Sox and baseball legend talked about like the star he was on the verge of becoming. His career cut short in a terrible on-field accident, Tony C. remains an inspiration to fans and players alike. Younger brother Richie Conigliaro joins Ed Berliner for an exclusive interview based on stories told in the family made documentary, "25". It is a hear...
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Mark Farinella has covered the New England Patriots since the franchise took it's first snap, and knows this team better than anyone. Mark joins Ed Berliner on "The Fastest Show in Sports" with words on Tom Brady's future few people are talking about, where Brady will play his next game (if he plays), the fault Bill Belichick bears in the season failure, and the absolute, without answer to the question "WHY do p...
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Larry Weisman has been covering the NFL for more than 30 years, and in all that time, he's never seen a bigger train wreck than this one franchise. Plus, no doubt as to the biggest dumpster fire owner in the game, a real shock for Coach of the Year consideration, and the team that will take the place of the New England Patriots as the one to beat. Join Ed Berliner for the first new year version of "The Fastest Show in Sport...
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As one who has called almost every sport, I still consider myself a student of the profession and am always seeking to learn from the great ones. When I was a kid, growing up in NYC, I was the ONLY kid on the block to be a fan of the NY Islanders, which did not sit well with my NY Rangers buddies. It was there I heard the magnificent call of Jiggs McDonald and learned to love the sport. It's why I could not pass up a chance to ...
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Chet Coppock was, indeed, a true broadcasting legend. The man was larger the life, bombastic, smarter than a dozen coaches, and was a giant in Chicago sports. I had the honor of working with him for a short time at a cable sports network called "NewSport", that would still be on the air today if only ownership had true vision. I finally nailed "The Chet-ster" down for an interview, and we talked about doing at least...
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