Bruce Cunningham joined 1057 The Fan at it’s inception in November of 2008. Bruce has been in Baltimore since 1991. He is also the Ravens Public Address Announcer, and was previously an analyst on Ravens Radio.
Bruce’s list of awards includes: Feature story of the Year (1995) National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association, The Associated Press’ Best Year Round Sports Coverage (1991, 1992, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007,2008, 2009), Society of Professional Journalists (1993, 1994, 1995 Best Sports Feature), Associated Press Best Sports Feature in 1992, 1993 and 1994, Pimlico Old Hilltop Award (2004), Baltimore Magazine Best TV Sports Anchor 2004 and Baltimore Touchdown Club – Electronic Media Award (1999).
“Baltimore baseball and the town is just amazing,” says Matt Wieters.
Former Baltimore Oriole Catcher Chris Hoiles Joins Bruce Cunningham To Discuss The State Of The Team
“Good teams find a way to turn around, so don’t look at the here and now. You got to look at the big picture.”
“When you talk Mt. Rushmore, you don’t talk about 3 or 4 years. You talk a career.”
Andrew Bilello, of Inside Lacrosse, joins Bruce to set the stage for one of the biggest weekends in college lacrosse.
Lang Whitaker, of SLAM Magazine and NBA TV, joins Bruce and Bob to discuss the repercussions of Melo heading to New York.
Kevin Byrne, Ravens VP of Public and Community Relations, joins Bruce and Bob to discuss the direction of the offseason in Baltimore.
Former coach of the Baltimore Stallions, Don Matthews, joins Bruce and Bob to discuss his time as a football coach in the city of Baltimore.
Dan Connolly, from the Baltimore Sun, joins Bruce and Bob to discuss how the arrival of Vladimir Guerrero will help the Orioles in 2011.
Pete Kerzel, of MASN.com, joins Bruce and Bob to discuss the opening days of spring training for the Orioles.
Mike DeCoursey, from the Sporting News, joins Bruce and Bob to discuss what is happening in the realm of college basketball.
The NFL Network’s Jason LaConfora discusses the steps that must be taken in order to have NFL football in 2011.
Tony Maserati of the Boston Globe discusses the AL East