The Sports Virus

86 Episodes

Sportscaster Joe Castellano talks to a variety of sports figures from around the country about the latest news. These in-depth conversations take you inside the personalities of the people involved in the sports we love to watch, listen and read about.

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A TRIBUTE TO VIN SCULLY – RAY WOODSON MEMORIES, BOB FISHMAN’S FAVORITE CALL

Ray Woodson joins Joe Castellano to talk about Vin Scully's amazing sports broadcasting career after he passed away on Tuesday...

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WILL CLARK #22 RETIRED BY GIANTS

On July 30 the San Francisco Giants retired Will Clark's number 22 in a ceremony at Oracle Park. We hear...

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LEGENDARY LA KINGS ANNOUNCER BOB MILLER REMINISCES ABOUT HIS 44-YEAR CAREER BEHIND THE MIC

Bob Miller saw it all during his 44-year career as the play-by-play voice of the Los Angeles Kings. Now the...

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RAY WOODSON ON GIANTS HEADING TO BREAK HOT, 49ERS AND WARRIORS

Former KNBR talk show host Ray Woodson gives his thoughts about the Giants first half, the 49ers QB situation and...

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Joe Castellano & George Kontos

Joe Castellano has covered professional baseball since 1991, spending five years hosting a Major League Baseball show on Sirius/XM Satellite Radio. Previously he broadcast over 1,500 professional baseball games over 12 seasons in the minor leagues, including seven years in the AAA International League (Rochester Red Wings, then AAA affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles and Syracuse Chiefs, then AAA affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays). During the past 22 years he has covered the NFL as a statistician for CBS Sports, most recently working with Greg Gumbel. He currently serves as a play-by-play announcer for Pac-12 Network and CBS Sports Network covering a variety of sports including baseball, basketball and soccer. During the summer of 2019, Castellano was an updates anchor for NBC Sports Bay Area on the San Francisco Giants pre-game and post-game shows. He has been hosting and producing podcasts on TheSportsVirus.com since 2010.