Anthony Lima | 92.3 The Fan
Mornings 6:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. on Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan
– A Chesterland native, Anthony is a 10-year veteran of the sports media world, along with radio duties at 92.3 The Fan, he has appeared on local, regional and national television while covering sports along and broadcasting numerous events by doing play-by-play and offering sideline reporting for sporting events. Anthony has also been a frequent contributor to More Sports & Les Levine as a guest and as a guest-host, and has worked as a sports and news anchor on Cleveland’s CBS-TV affiliate Cleveland 19.
Anthony came back home in 2011 to help launch The Fan, coming from YNN TV in Syracuse, NY, where he served as a TV reporter and anchor for two years and also filled-in frequently as a talk show host on the all-sports radio station TheScore1260. Before that, Anthony worked in Parkersburg, WV as a reporter and anchor at WTAP TV. Anthony has covered many big events, including the NCAA Basketball Tournament, The Big East Basketball Tournament, The Daytona 500, along with every high school sporting event one can imagine.
During his youth, Anthony was a fixture on the local radio scene in Cleveland, calling various shows under the moniker “SportsBoy Tony.” He attended college at The Ohio State University earning a duel major in Public Affairs Journalism and Political Science, and later went on to obtain his Masters in broadcasting at Syracuse University’s prestigious S.I. Newhouse School of Public communication. At Ohio State, he covered the state-wide political scene for the then-largest student newspaper in the country The Lantern.
You can send your carefully-crafted hate mail to Anthony on Twitter @SportsBoyTony and on e-mail Lima@923theFan.com
In the last few weeks, I’ve heard caller after caller shoot down any trade rumors involving Garoppolo based on a multitude of reasons, almost all of which are easily debunk-able using sound logic and my already made-up convictions.
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Anthony Lima breaks down and translates what LeBron’s messages mean to the Cavs and their title hopes in 2017
I’ll attempt to explain the rift I’ve seen play out every day these last few months between the fans and the media as simply as I can.
The Game is once again the biggest football game in the country. A win means superiority over your rival and celebration. A loss is sheer devastation. Just the way Woody and Bo would have wanted it.
Somehow in the last few months, the position of “Indians Starting Pitcher” has become more endangered than “Cleveland Browns Quarterback,” as the team’s exciting close to the season and start to their playoff run has simultaneously endured despite a rash of injuries to the rotation, begging the question: When will it catch up to them?
Just how loud has it been in Cleveland sports and what in the world would an AFC Championship win by the Browns and a subsequent Super Bowl berth sound like?
We are less than a week away from launching into the most spectacular, yet arbitrary, of all post-seasons with the Indians’ 68-year drought at stake.
So what would it take the Cavs to bypass the 57-win threshold? First and foremost, they have to learn to win without LeBron James.
This head coach came to Cleveland peddling a much different message than his failed predecessors.