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Event: Chris Russo and Ed Randall’s Conversation at the SVA Theatre

 Nick Martin - World Baseball Network  |    Jun 20th, 2024 5:23pm EDT

Christopher “Mad Dog” Russo, known for his enthusiastic personality, which can be heard on Mad Dog Radio and Mad Dog Unleashed, is joining Ed Randall, the founder of Fans for the Cure, for a discussion and audience Q&A session.  

Randall grew into one of the nation’s most trusted baseball radio personalities throughout his career. A cancer survivor, he founded Fans for the Cure, which hopes to educate men and their families about the importance of prostate cancer screenings.  

Russo, who also frequently appears on “First Take” on ESPN, has explosive takes and extensive knowledge of baseball. A recent inductee into the Radio Hall of Fame in 2022, Russo has had a successful career in the radio world.  

This event ensures fans an evening filled with energetic and exciting conversations. Those who attend will have a unique chance to engage with Russo and learn about his career and insight into sports broadcasting.  

Tickets are now going for $35 and may be purchased at the door on the day of the event. All the proceeds from ticket sales will support ongoing initiatives of Fans for the Cure. Sponsorship opportunities, ticket donations, and VIP meet-and-greet packages are available for those who wish to contribute further.  

The event is set to take place on Tuesday, June 25th, at the SVA Theatre in New York City. The conversation begins at 7:30 PM. It is an interesting opportunity to listen to a conversation about baseball and a variety of other topics between two of the most popular radio broadcasters of our time.  

For tickets visit: https://my.fansforthecure.org/event/a-mic-and-the-mad-dog-a-conversation-with-christopher-russo/e590692

Photo Credit: Sirius XM radio personality Chris “Mad Dog” Russo hosts a special live preview edition of his new daily sports talk show debuting September 15th on Sirius and XM at ESPN Zone on September 4, 2008 in New York City. (Photo by Gary Gershoff/WireImage for Sirius XM)

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