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A gravelly-voiced Ralph Barbieri bashes KNBR, Cumulus bosses on 95.7 FM ‘The Game’

Those who hated Ralph Barbieri during his 28-year run at KNBR found him unlistenable. On Monday evening, even his biggest fans had to admit his hour-long interview on 95.7 FM “The Game” was a tough listen.

“Excuse my voice. I had a bad case of laryngitis last night,” Barbieri said at the beginning of the interview with Brandon Tierney and Eric Davis. Barbieri, who in a $10 million lawsuit filed today claimed that he was harassed and eventually fired by Cumulus due to illness/disability, blamed an illness for the way he sounded. Yet, what he said (and how he said it) failed to effectively further his cause.

What is his cause? Generally speaking, you can find that in the complaint Angela Alioto (who made a very questionable decision in letting Barbieri speak today) filed today. Mostly, he’s bitter at his old bosses: Lew Dickey, Bill Bungeroth and Lee Hammer. He repeatedly bashed all three for treating him poorly during his final year at KNBR, particularly after letting them know that he had contracted Type 2 Diabetes and Parkinson’s Disease.

Barbieri (who wore an A’s hat to the station today) played the woe-is-me card for an hour straight. In the process, he admitted to arriving late for work on several occasions. “We never once prepared for the show,” Barbieri said of his days working with Tom Tolbert, because they preferred to keep things “spontaneous.” If you played this interview for someone who’d never heard of Barbieri before, especially considering his voice was raspier than ever and extremely difficult to understand, he or she would wonder how The Razor stuck around for 28 years.

His voice aside, some of Barbieri’s stories were overly long and not really relevant to much, especially when he hearkened back to his Sport Magazine days with a meandering story about Bill Walton and Patty Hearst. The interview took another odd turn near the end, when Barbieri talked about Kim Basinger sending someone around looking for “a specific dog collar” in an effort to prove he isn’t star-struck. Sorry if I confused you; that’s the best I could do with the material provided.

“Lee Hammer never came in and said, ‘Gee, I’m sorry,’ ‘Too bad,’ nothing.” 

“I had never been talked to that way in my life.”

The second of those quotes came when Barbieri talked about Bungeroth, who Barbieri called a “poor man’s Alec Baldwin.” Barbieri even brought a sound prop to help make his case: they played the famous “coffee is for closers” scene from Glengarry Glen Ross — a curious decision on The Razor’s part, to say the least.

Tierney asked Barbieri if he misses radio. “I do, but I don’t miss Hammer and Bungeroth.”

Support from former co-workers

“Almost not at all,” Barbieri said when Tierney asked if anyone from KNBR had called him and wished him good luck or said they would miss him.

“I’ve had TV offers. I don’t want to dress up, man.”

There’s a chance Barbieri will never again talk into a microphone on terrestrial radio, which would probably mean we won’t see or hear from him again if he doesn’t want to do TV. It’s difficult to imagine 95.7 FM “The Game” will hire Barbieri after today’s appearance, especially after he snuck in an Amici’s ad at the beginning of the second segment and even (purposely?) screwed up the signoff:

“Angels fly because they take themselves lightly. KNBR … oops. 95.7, the sports leader.”

Barbieri also didn’t sound like he had a very high opinion of the FM station earlier in the interview, during this exchange:

Barbieri: “(Bungeroth and Hammer) were very concerned about you guys.”

Tierney and Davis: “They should be.”

Barbieri: “I didn’t think they should be. I didn’t think (you) guys would be here once (indecipherable) … but they were really concerned.”

The “chimp” promos

Davis brought up the commercial series 95.7 used to play which portrayed Hammer as a chimp, hoping Barbieri would take the bait. Barbieri said he had never heard the promos.

The basis of the lawsuit

“If they want to fire somebody, they can fire him. But they can’t fire him because they’re sick. It’s the law in California. They can’t fire me because I have Parkinson’s or Diabetes. Any flaw that they saw in my performance, when I was tired, they mentioned the times that I was tired, there were times when I didn’t seem like I had enough energy or this or that, and those are all directly attributable to the Parkinson’s and to the Diabetes. Angela (Alioto) knows the law. But they can’t fire you for being sick as long as you can prove you can still perform on the air.”

Overall, it was another strange chapter to this saga. Whether or not Alioto and Barbieri have a case, I have no idea. But from what was said to how he said it, Barbieri’s appearance on The Game may have given KNBR and Cumulus more in the way of ammunition than reasons to fear an impending court battle.

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Tru
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Ralph in an A’s hat?! As an A’s fan, that is like the devil rocking a pope hat. I admire what Ralph has done, but he needs to move on. He came across as being burnt out during his final years.

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Wearing the A’s hat has eliminated any possible sympathy I might have had for Ralph. wink You’re right, if his lawyer allowed him to go on the air and do this, they did him a disservice.

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I think you’re being a little harsh. Of course, I’m biased, I grew up listening to Ralph, and I think KNBR is not as good without him. His appearance on 95.7 today was not stellar, without a doubt. But let’s not dismiss a 28 year career based on 1 bad hour of radio. I’d say the laryngitis voice was a road block that he should not have challenged. Someone, perhaps his lawyers, perhaps his agent, whomever, should have told him to postpone this appearance, because, regardless of what he had to say, their was no getting past that voice today.… Read more »
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Legitimate issues, illness, fan loyalty and business competition aside – who – The Game or Ralph was more hard up to do this?

Should the game have pre- screened Ralph as to what they were going to get – and should Ralph have saved some of this for the trial/or negotiations???

I say both lose.

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it was hard to listen to that, and not in the normal way that ralph is hard to listen to. It was honestly kind of pathetic. It harkens to some team trotting out an over the hill superstar in hopes of getting something out of them only to perfectly illustrate why the the team they came from let them go in the first place.

Ralph, your time has passed and you should have just left on your own terms because the writing has been on the wall for awhile.

formerKNBRemployee
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not helpful and bad. And I’m a huge Ralph fan. What was Alioto thinking?

angela alioto
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What was i thinking? I was and am thinking how in the world couldCumulus terminate a man whose entire life was and IS RADIO..who was getting #1 or #2 ratings, and who has a huge fan base??2 30;make no mistake,the termination has stunned him. Had Cumulus treated him with respect , you would have heard the old Ralph2 30;.but the way he sounds,is a consequence of Cumulus2 17; wrongful acts. Let me repeat, after his son, Ralph2 17;s only other LOVE in his life ,is RADIO2 30;..and that2 17;s what i was thinking.
Angela

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If he loved his job so much, maybe he shouldve shown up on time and prepared for his shifts. It was like listening to my Uncle who watches half of each game talk about sports. Thanks for the memories, enjoy your gold watch.

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I know 95.7 wanted Ralph on at Primetime- but Tierney and Davis did a horrible job interviewing. Wish they would have put him on with Papa and Lund, at least Papa has some credibility.

The Sports Leader
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Ralph Barbieri may have shot himself in the foot today. Angela what were you thinking?
Your client came across so poorly.
A bitter angry old man. Who is having a difficult time accepting that he is no longer wanted or needed at work.
After listening to today’s appearance on 95.7 The Game (as expressed very well by this website), KNBR and Cumulus must be turning cartwheels right about now.

T
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agreed. I think Greg Papa wouldve done so much better with the interview. How long with the interview? 15 minutes?

Dan
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Between Alioto’s AOL email address and the piss poor decision to let this Has Been mumble away for an hour, how can this future debacle of a case be taken seriously? Clearly without intention, “The Wazor” FUBAR’d his case today: 1. Rarely, if ever prepared 2. Late in the interest of Yard Duty at his kids school 3. Fragmented thoughts and delivery of thoughts 4. Grinding the ax against his previous bosses not buying his diva act Assuming this joke of suit gets to trial, it’ll end quickly, and Ralph will be embarrassed. Not to mention poorer assuming Alioto is… Read more »
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Listened to the whole thing and the laryngitis plus disjointed storytelling made the appearance not as good as it should have been and if this is truly Ralph’s last radio appearance, quite a shame. A few nuggets: Tierney busitng Ralph’s skirt-chasing past (Ralph kinda mumbled past that one ) and the hosts being blown away that an actual sports-talk show can be free-form and improvised (like Razor and T) and not a timed sectioned format (like all of 95.7s regimednted, boring programming). I would not be against Ralph appearing on phone/ or live doing an occasional editorial/or pick his brain… Read more »
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I couldn’t agree more about the regimented, boring program. Once in a while, guys need to be able to riff and be free flowing, whereas the Game sounds like a top40 station… topic A, 6 minutes, commercial… topic B, 5 minutes, commercial… topic C, 7 minutes, commercial… repeat topic A, etc…

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He should not have gone on today (for too many reasons) and especially not in that hat. The Game took the interview cause any PR is good. Right?? Overall, Ralph WAS good back in the day, but lost his edge years ago. Should he have been fired the way he was? No and Cumulus is lame. They ruined local sports radio and 95.7 isn’t anything to write home about either. It makes me sad cause I used to listen to local sports radio for hours on end and the quality just isn’t there now. Now I have my dad (a… Read more »
Mug-Z
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Once Ralph brought this “burn the ships” lawsuit on to KNBR, I just assumed that he’d never work again in Bay Area media because who would hire him and risk another lawsuit? Also, the less than graceful way he’s handled this dispute is probably not endearing him to future employers either. He really has to win this case because he’s basically made himself unemployable.

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http://media.957thegame.com/a/57838574/the-razor-breaks-his-silence-on-the-drive.htm

In case you missed Ralph’s interview, the postcast is available.

FL
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Thanks for that link, I missed the interview. And thanks to BASG for summarizing the interview too.

I was surprised to read that Ralph wore an A’s hat. That seemed a bit childish. So did too the “accidental” mention of KNBR in the signoff. It doesn’t sound like he did himself any favors by doing that interview.

Stan
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If anything this exposed both sides…Ralph did sound ill…and KNBR Hammering him down and kicking him around further exposes ” Bill and Lee’s” warm hearts as Raddy said..that I know now was sarcasm.

And if it wasn’t…

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Didn’t Ralph reveal his medical problems just BEFORE his contract was up? Didn’t he get rehired? If KNBR had simply decided not to rehire him, would that be considered a ‘firing’? On top of that, if KNBR is within its rights to fire someone due to performance issues- including performance issues due to medical conditions- what is Ralph actually claiming? That because the show was ranked #1 his performance cannot possibly be an issue? Ralph’s argument makes no sense. It’s as if his head is so big he can’t accept that he could possibly be fired for poor performance and… Read more »
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First, yes, ragging on a police officer who only gave you a warning on a large market radio station is bad form…for the station if not for him personally. How ridiculous. And I think that people from KNBR could have called him at home and just said, hey, good working with you for these past years, good luck, best wishes…etc. What would be depoable about that. Now it might be that they have called, and he isn’t saying it because it would put them in an awkward place with their employer. But if they really haven’t, that should tell you… Read more »
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About 1 month before negotiating his new contract, Ralph went public with his Parkinsons disease; it was 100% by design. That way, Cumulous was put on notice that he had Parkinsons and still was able to do his job (although some would argue that point).

In my opinion, Ralph suspected Cumulous was trying to shove him out the door so he (and his atty) manipulated this whole thing, including his appearance on The Drive

Stan
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And the cold shoulder from Mac and Murph and Bob and Rod?.who would have guessed??

Steve
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Ralph said legally they can’t really talk to him otherwise the conversation can be entered in court and they would be deposed.

Even Tolbert only leaves messages

Jeff
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“At least it wasn’t me!”
-Radnich

B.A. Rich
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Haha, did he actually say that?

Slam
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Radnich will carefully choreograph his “retirement”; walk out under his own terms as opposed to the way Ralph was given the heave-ho.

Jeff
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Gary just resigned at KNBR and KRON at I believe 2 years at both. What does that actually mean? I am not sure…. Gary is 62 years old and used to make over a million dollars for many years between his two jobs, but obviously not anymore (look at a old sfgate.com profile on him). My guess is that he will work for the next two years at slowly and fade away at KNBR and perhaps will have a few more after that at KRON. He must be doing ok, he just bought a Bentley smile

Jon
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I am pretty sure Hammer and KNBR expected this.

Ralph is acting like a child who had his feelings hurt. Sad.

Stan
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I know one thing…now that its June,I’m cutting back my sports radio time..even as background,I’m just turning the radio off more often..
Who going to the fair? Love them corndogs..

Slam
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Tower of Power at County Fair tomorrow Night !!!!!

E
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Brandon Tierney is the worst. Affected Brooklynese? Just talks loudly and dikishly. Rude and obsequious in his attempts at controversy which are shallower than a mud puddle in the Sahara in August. Hes a perfect fit for KDIK

lime
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Best new sports voice in bay area is the Guru on 95.7 Sundays!

Fitz's Future Unemployment Check
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The Guru is a dumpster fire

Jeff
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You can not be serious about The Guru… By the way what a horrible name.

B.A. Rich
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Lime HAS to be either the so called “Guru” himself or a friend or family member.

Chris
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They couldn’t pre-screen him, he was late. Plus, after a week of lead-up, no way. He had to be there.

His voice had zero effect on what I heard. I listened to the words. I was a neutral fan of his on KNBR. Didn’t love him or hate him.

Yesterday made me realize that all of Ralph’s “feistiness” was derived solely from conceit. And his “angels fly because they take themselves lightly” sounded extrremely hypocritical.

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Pretty spot on.

And I laughed when he barely arrived on time.

The Sports Leader
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“And his “angels fly because they take themselves lightly” sounded extrremely hypocritical.”
Good observation Chris.

Slam
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1.Ralph will get between $1 and $2 million settlement; Cumulus does not want a jury trial; juries love the “poor” employee and hates Corporations. Angela Alioto is no dummy. 2. If I’m making $350g a year, and they expect me to get to work by 2:30 in the afternoon, I will never be late 3. Ralph claims that his show was #1 or 2 rated sports talk show, so he didnt need to prepare … but when your station has the Giants, Warriors, and 49ers, you could fart for 4 hours and pull ratings. 4. They didnt fire him for… Read more »
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Mostly agree. I don’t really think Byrnes is better, he’s pretty boring in my opinion. The problem is that Ralph was past his prime, making too much money and acting like a diva and not doing things the way they wanted him to. All those things add up to someone not being worth keeping around. Radnich might hang on because in spite of his ego, he seems to know to how to self preserve by kissing ass. Ralph was never the type to kiss ass. If Gary goes, I think it’ll ultimately be because he won’t follow the script if… Read more »
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Ralph should just sit back and sue, not show up wearing A’s gear, after so many years of explosions on B Sabean. That was a sad move. Still though, Ralph was fired cause he was too expensive, and Cumulus didn’t want to deal with any long term decline. One thing is for sure…if Ralph has documentation for doctors appointments on the days he was late, then KNBR is really screwed. I agree with Slam, Cululus will offer a settlement for this to go away…what is a wildcard here is if Ralph will laugh at that, and really try to go… Read more »
John Sports
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All the Ralph HATERS need to look what Bay Area sports radio will look like in a Year, and then you will all realize how much everyone sounds the same…The D-Bruce type will be there to throw crap against the wall to get a rile out of you…BORING!!!

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Just because something is different doesn’t mean it’s good. I could go on the radio and sound different, but that doesn’t mean my shit don’t stink.

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Amen JS. Most of today’s local sports radio personalities probably grew up with Stewart Scott posters on their wall. I just read that the following question has been added to all local I.Q. tests. Does Damon Bruce… A) Play himself on the radio B) Pretend to be someone other than himself C) Tries to attract angry young males in the 22-38 demographic looking for an outlet D) Is well known within the industry for being a very adept marketer and has been offered roles in local theater based on his acting skills If you answered (A) please repeat to yourself… Read more »
Blaster
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D Bruce blatantly steals from Jim Rome who stole from Hacksaw Hamilton. Hell, listen to Gary Radnich. He stole from Pete Franklin. Tierny appears to steal from Tony Danza. That guy is a serious meat head. Just gets worse and worse by the day.

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Angela was crazy to let Ralph do this interview with laryngitis. He sounded terrible and at times was incomprehensible. I have mixed feelings about Ralph. At his best he was outstanding. I grew up listening to Ralph, rarely missing a show, but moved away in 2005. When I got back to the Bay Area last year I was shocked at how old and uninterested he sounded. I could hardly believe it was the same guy. I really thought he was just coasting and didn’t give a damn anymore. After listening to this interview, at least some of that decline appears… Read more »
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Doug, you and some others have been spot on with your comments. As it has been noted, there would often be some big breaking sports story happening (well) in advance of his show and Ralph would say, “I didn’t hear about it.” Or there would be a major sporting event over the weekend, and on Monday’s show he’d say, “I didn’t see it. Who won?” I would always say to myself, “Isn’t this what you get paid to do, Ralph? To follow sports so you can talk about it on your show and with callers?” He just seem to give… Read more »
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It was obvious. So,why did KNBR resign him?..they thought he would get younger and Parkinson’s would be a real lift for his career? They didn’t care..he created ratings..was worth the money. They just hated he had a disability,they didn’t want it on air. You can’t make a contract that supersedes the Americans with Disabilities act..that’s a right. No company can ignore it for a full time employee. See,this is what you Republican dog eat don’t believers don’t get with your simple reasoning on the human condition. Democracy is for everyone not just the healthiest. Like evolution teaches us..survival of the… Read more »
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[…] start with something I haven&#8217 ;t seen mentioned on the harder-working blogs yet. As the interview wound down, Tierney told Ralph he could have the last few minutes to himself, […]

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When he opens his mouth, he can’t help but step in it. He’s not alone. Lots of people are totally lacking in self-awareness. Barbieri has been making this very easy for the Cumulus legal team from his first, cynical attempt to put the station on the defensive. He claimed his Parkinson’s was virtually asymptomatic and was likely to remain that way for a long time. Why, then, would his employer wish to take action against him for a condition that wouldn’t inhibit him from performing his job? He was chronically late or absent. And now he drives the last nail… Read more »
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Wow, Barbieri and Tierney together on the radio for an hour. I am so happy I was out of 95.7 radio range on Monday.

Blaster
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“Silence. Mmmm… That sounds good. I’ll have that.”

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A publicly held media giant like Cumulus wouldn’t fire an on-air personality in a cavalier fashion and leave themselves vulnerable legally. This is one of those sad situations where everyone concerned is wrong in some way – – but I believe the real losers in this situation are going to be Barbieri, who at least hasn’t much to lose at this point, & Alioto, who isn’t doing her political aspirations any favors. And 95.7 more than KNBR, certainly. I was unfortunate enough to hear this train wreck of an interview, and I don’t know who sounded more pathetic – –… Read more »
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You don’t like big corporations? You realize that Entercom is the same as Cumulus, right?

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I must chime in and echo Brooklyn Logic’s comment.
BASG did a credible job of evaluating the Barbieri interview on 95.7.
It is refreshing to read a blog where some actual reporting (emuneration of the court filing, in bullet point fashion at that!) occurs. Which can be rare in the world wide web.

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Ralph has sucked for years now. So much better solo Tobert with Byrnes tagging along now and then. Good riddance Razor!

Stan
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Fitz and Brooks cancelled???..anybody hear the news?

John Sports
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Really, where did you hear this?

Stan
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My mistake JS..false alarm of hope!..they must be on vacation..or for the day. Their still on the website.

John Sports
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No worries…I thought there may have been a connection between their potential release and what appears to be that Eric Davis leaving 95.7

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Disgusting how Davis and especially BLANDon Tierney just sucked up to barbieri. This interview was a waste of everyone’s time. All that was accomplished was to confirm what we already knew, that barbieri is a bitter old man who embarrassed himself with his boring incoherent ramblings proving that he should have been fired a long time ago. barbieri, if your boss tells you to be at work on time then get your lazy ass to work on time. This guy is just a whining, annoying little bi%$#. No wonder they could not stand having him around the office. End of… Read more »
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It took me a long time to get past Barbieri’s voice. It’s really grating. My old man was in town and I had it on KNBR in the car – and with a horrified look he said “I can’t listen to this guy, turn it off.” I did find Barbieri entertaining enough when paired with Mr. T. It was just oddball enough that somehow it worked. But no doubt I enjoyed Mr. T infinitely more than Barbieri through the years. The #1 (only) thing that I liked about Barbieri was his belligerence in interviews – especially with Brian Sabean. He… Read more »
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Ralph just confirmed, AGAIN, why I stopped listening to his show on KNBR long ago. It was a good move that the GAME used Tierney for the interview… Ralph and Tierney are made for each other IN PHILLY! I do feel bad for Ralph re: his illness but he has been worthless as a sports talk radio guy for a very long time. Don’t know why it was a surprise to him that they let him go… way overdue…He was the ONLY co-host who KNBR would not allow to host the show alone. They had to pair him with someone… Read more »
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It’s like this. Ralph was ok even at the end. What do you get on KNBR, anyway? Gary Radnich, the bufoon, rambling on in a tangential manner about anything but sports and nothing that matters. And the rest of the sports casters humorously and, in a banal manner, trying to fill up endless time. I care most about real sports like where and why the Warriors will end up this season etc. The rest is vapid amd very boring. Sometimes I have to go to KCBS to find out what is happening sports-wise. Anyway, go Giants, go 49ers, go Warriors!
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Really people, no idea you guys are missing it by a mile. He was a great person to have with a microphone and a guess to interview. Nobody at knbr even comes close to how Ralph mastered the English language and his knowledge of sports. No one can hold his jock strap to him. They made a big mistake by letting him go. Now they have to pay.

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