Shows Hosts View all shows for this channel Waddle and Silvy Weekdays 10 am ET - 2 pm ET Join former Chicago Bear Tom Waddle and Marc "Silvy" Silverman weekday mornings for an in-depth look into the latest in Chicago sports. At the Races Weekdays 9 am ET - 10 am ET Join handicapper Steve Byk every weekday for one of horse racing's most listened to talk shows. Byk brings you racing news, live stretch calls and interviews with the sport's most interesting personalities. Waddle and Silvy Weekdays 10 am ET - 2 pm ET Join former Chicago Bear Tom Waddle and Marc "Silvy" Silverman weekday mornings for an in-depth look into the latest in Chicago sports. The Mike Lupica Show Weekdays 2 pm ET - 3 pm ET Mike Lupica, the New York Daily News columnist and frequent panelist on The Sports Reporters, hosts each weekday. The Michael Kay Show Weekdays 3 pm ET - 7 pm ET Noted for his insightful commentary and his 'see-ya' home run calls as the television play-by-play announcer for the New York Yankees, the Michael Kay Show broadcasts live weekdays from the ESPN Radio 1050 studios in New York. Down The Stretch Race Of The Week Saturdays 5 pm ET Hear coverage of the biggest races from around the country, hosted by Dave Johnson and Bill Finley along with Caton Bredar. Bill Finley An award-winning horseracing writer, Bill Finley has covered the New York and national racing scene since 1986 as a staff writer for the Daily Racing Form, New York Post, New York Daily News and made several appearances on ESPN racing telecasts. He now writes for the New York Times and ESPN.com. Steve Byk Racing writer, play-by-play broadcaster and avid race fan, Steve Byk has attended over three dozen Triple Crown races and numerous Breeders' Cups. He’s visited more than 30 different racetracks in North America and launched DerbyTrail.com in 2003, featuring his prep previews and editorial columns. Dave Johnson In the early 1970s, Johnson brought harness racing to a national audience long before cable TV. He was the "Voice of The Triple Crown" for ABC Sports, and then moved to radio, calling The Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont Stakes. Dave joined the sports team at SiriusXM in 2005.