Hosts

Chris Curtis has worked in sports radio in Boston since 2002. A former intern for Ted Sarandis, Eddie Andelman, Ryen Russilo and Michael Felger, Chris got his first paying job in 2006 at 890 ESPN after graduating from Boston College. In 2008 Chris began working for ESPN Radio in Bristol, Conn. as...
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Chris has been working for WEEI in various roles since 2009. He started as the Flash Guy for the original "Dale & Holley Show" and has hosted weekends, weeknights, and after the Patriots' Super Bowl win over the Seahawks. He is frequently heard on pre- and postgame during Red Sox broadcasts and...
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Fauria, a 13-year NFL veteran, spent four years with the Patriots from 2002 to 2005, and helped New England win two Super Bowl rings at Super Bowls XXXVIII and XXXIX. More recently, Fauria has worked as a college football analyst for CBS, color commentator for Patriots preseason games locally on...
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Dale Arnold has the most vast and varied sports broadcasting resume in Boston since the late Curt Gowdy. He has experience in every platform and position within the sports broadcasting industry and is the only person to have called play-by-play for all five Boston professional teams (Red Sox,...
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Gerry Callahan was named co-host of the Dennis & Callahan show back in October of 1997. Callahan, a Boston native, began his career at the Lowell Sun in 1983. After more than six years of service at the Lowell Sun, Callahan went to the Boston Herald for another five years before accepting a...
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Glenn Ordway is a staple of the Boston sports community having been on the air in a variety of capacities for more than 30 years. His tenure as host of “The Big Show” which launched in September of 1995 was one of the most successful tenures any talent has ever had since the sports format began in...
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Ken is an Electrical/Computer Engineering graduate of Northeastern University who wasted his degree on a career in radio. After humble beginnings as a Dennis & Callahan intern in 2001, Ken moved up the ladder in the Pittsburgh market from producer to Steelers & Penguins beat reporter and...
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Kirk Minihane joined John Dennis and Gerry Callahan as the "third man in" in February of 2013. Minihane joined WEEI as a weekend host and fill-in for various programs in 2009. He then became a weekly columnist for WEEI.com.
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Lou Merloni, the pride of Framingham, MA, enjoyed a ten year major league baseball career that included a six year stint right here in Boston, playing for the Red Sox. In his first major league at bat, Merloni hit a three run home run off Jose Rosado at Fenway Park, on May 15, 1998. His career...
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Rich Keefe was born in Worcester in 1984 and grew up in Dunbarton, New Hampshire. He played wide receiver (not very well) at Hobart College in upstate New York before landing his first post-college job at WGAM in Nashua, New Hampshire, where he worked with Mike Mutnansky. Rich then spent seven...
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