Host of The Mitch Evans Experience – Weeknights 11 p.m. – 3 a.m.
Bio: Mitch Evans has been a staple on the Atlanta sports scene for the last 16 years. His presence on the airwaves includes long stints in the sports talk radio format, as well as well-received turns serving as the pre and post-game voice for the Braves, Falcons and Thrashers. “The Mitch” is also well known for his four year period as the host of Comcast’s Falcons Daily TV show. A three-time winner of an Atlanta Achievement in Radio (AIR) Award and a trio of honors from the Georgia Associated Press Broadcasters Association, the Brooklyn, N.Y. native has been married for the last 27 years to his Georgia Peach of a wife, Randi.
Hometown: Brooklyn, New York
Forget Vic Beasley. And you can forget Tevin Coleman, Adrian Clayborn, Jalen Collins, Brooks Reed, Justin Hardy, and Leonard Hankerson, too. Just forget any of the new faces the Falcons brought in during an off-season […]
Some of the guys didn’t even know who the man with the bald head was. At least that’s the way Malcolm Mitchell told it Thursday. The Georgia wide receiver revealed to the gathering at his […]
With next Tuesday night’s All-Star game set for Cincinnati, we are at the end of the first half of the season. And while, the opening three plus months has given us the usual assortment of […]
As soon as I heard the news, I went right to Twitter and made my apology. Walter Tavares had been signed to a 3-year contract, and the big 7-footer would thus be coming to the […]
It was one of the very first tenets I promised myself I would ascribe to upon embarking on this journey as a sports talk radio host. Always opine with conviction about the topics and issues […]
After the Cavaliers won Game 3 of the NBA Finals to take a 2-1 series lead, Cleveland fans celebrated like they had already won the championship. Funny, but shouldn’t they know better than that? Must-win […]
When the Braves traded away Craig Kimbrel to the Padres on the eve of the 2015 season beginning, the prevailing thought among those in Braves Country was: “How are we going to close games now?” […]
For a multitude of reasons, it was the greatest season in Atlanta Hawks history. A first-ever trip to the Eastern Conference Finals. A franchise record 60 wins. An NBA season-best 19-game winning streak that included […]
Once upon a time ago, Tom Brady was The Golden Boy. But not anymore. Oh sure, even at the advanced age of 37 he can still play the heck out of the quarterback position. And […]
Artie would’ve loved all of this. This being right now, when the confluence of a big fight, a big horse race, the NFL Draft, NBA and NHL playoff games, and some still-early season baseball games […]