Ben Fontana | 92.3 The Fan
An upstate New York transplant, Fontana is the webmaster at 92.3 The Fan, creating and managing digital and social content for the station.
Fontana has spent his time in Cleveland working with The Ken Carman Show and the Bull & Fox as an update anchor, covering the 2016 World Series in Cleveland, the Cavaliers 2016 Championship parade, Indians Opening Day, and the Cavaliers in the NBA Playoffs and 2015 NBA Finals.
He began his broadcasting career in college at Syracuse University, where he covered the Syracuse football, lacrosse, and basketball team. He’s been to almost every ACC football field and basketball arena, from Durham to Tallahassee. But, Fontana’s favorite place he traveled to do play-by-play in college was at the Maui Invitational in Hawai’i in 2013.
While not working, you can find Ben catching up on Netflix shows, taking his daily 5-mile run in downtown Cleveland, or having a drink with his friends on the weekend.
Indians SP Corey Kluber was named AL player of the week after 24 Ks over two starts last week and a 0.00 ERA.
This clip that LeBron posted on his social media platforms looks like a lot of fun, not only for the kids, but for the eldest James, as well.
LeBron James posted a video of himself working out on Thursday, completely bald, just days after losing in the NBA Finals.
See this shirt? It’s dumb, Draymond. You can’t just make fun of the Cavs like this
“He ultimately gave up his dream to play basketball professionally [to support his family]. He really was super dad.”
Tuesday on The Bill Simmons Podcast, Durant praised Irving’s skills on offense, and compared them to 76ers legend Allen Iverson.
Utley paid homage to Thome on his visit to Cleveland this week, posing with Jim Thome’s statue before the Dodgers played the Indians
After the Cavaliers Game 5 NBA Finals loss to the Warriors on Monday night, giving Golden State the title, Rihanna responded once again.
A user on Twitter Sunday broke down LeBron James’ Game 4 NBA Final performance, and it really is something spectacular
Watch the highlights of the Cavs’ erupting for an NBA Finals record in the first quarter of Game 4.