Adam “the Bull” Gerstenhaber announced recently that he is leaving 92.3 The Fan – the last Bull and Fox show is coming up. When is he leaving, and has he given any indication of where he’s going?
When is Adam the Bull leaving 92.3 The Fan?
Gerstenhaber announced on air at 6pm on 16 March 2022 that he was gearing up to depart Cleveland’s sports radio station 92.3 The Fan.
He then followed up his announcement with a Twitter post, clarifying things for those that didn’t catch it on air.
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Today, he reiterated the point. Adam the Bull is leaving on the first day of April – his last show will be that Friday, hence, “this is not an April fools joke” in the above tweet.
“I look forward to doing my final eight shows”, he wrote. Today’s (Thursday, 17 March 2022) and tomorrow’s shows will be solo shows. For his final six days, he will be broadcasting alongside longtime radio partner Dustin Fox.
“It’s been an amazing run and I want to go out strong!!”
How have fans reacted to his upcoming departure?
One, commenting on Adam’s latest tweet about leaving, wrote that “the Bull” has been their “favourite voice on The Fan since day one”.
“Wow. End of an era.”
Another added that Adam is “really REALLY going to be missed. They also added that he “better have a damn good reason, buddy!!”
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But listeners aren’t unanimous. Those discussing his departure on 247Sports’ Cleveland Browns message board have been airing their thoughts in less honeyed tones.
Several commenters have asked Adam the Bull directly where he’s going after he leaves 92.3 The Fan, but the veteran sportscaster has been tight-lipped about his next venture.
For how long has Adam the Bull been a radio sports talk show host?
Per his LinkedIn profile, Adam Gerstenhaber has been in the business of talking sport for 20 years. For the last 10 years and eight months, he’s been stationed with Audacy, hosting the Bull and Fox show alongside Dustin Fox.
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Before that, he put in stints at CBS Sports Radio Network, as a play-by-play announcer for the Cleveland Gladiators, and as a sports anchor for Sports Radio 66 WFAN.
He earned his Bachelor’s degree in communication and media studies at State University of New York’s Brockport campus. His first job in radio was as a play-by-play announcer for collegiate summer baseball team the Batavia Muckdogs. He held the position from 1999 to 2001.