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The WheelHouse


Brian Custer



Original Run



Sports Talk

Running Time

30 min

Preceded by

The Daily News Live

Succeeded by

Loud Mouths (formerly 2008-2013)


Steve Raab



The Wheelhouse was a sports show that broadcasts live for half an hour on SNY from Monday to Friday at 5:30 p.m. It was hosted by Brian Custer along side with his 2 sidekicks Sal Licata and Marc Malusis also along with Meredith Marakovits. There are 9 top sports stories of the day in which the organize it into 9 innings just like in the real game of baseball. When they reach the 7th inning they have a guest during the 7th inning stretch. At the end of the show the guys get a chance to say anything off their chest in a 15 second time limit.

The Show is presented by Pepsi/Pepsi Max.

It is preceded by The Daily News Live and succeeded by Loud Mouths. It is the second show in the New York Sports Local which began in 2010. It was announced that The Wheelhouse will be canceled prior to the start of the 2013 Mets season to make room for extended pre-game coverage of the Mets. The show is now replaced by the Loud Mouths. The final episode premiered on March 29, 2013. Since September 30, 2013 Covino & Rich took the show's spot in the News and Debate programming.

The host's of the show on the final episode were Brian Custer, Marc Malusis and Eamon McAnaney. Brandon Tierney appeared sharing his thoughts on the shows ending and his time on the show as well as Scott Ferrall. In the segment Last Licks they showed a list of all of the shows contributors in the shows history.



In 2009 the headline bar changed as the lineup numbers became thinner and on the side Pepsi Max logo. Also the headline became much wider.

If there is a double header for Mets games then the show doesn't air.


  • The Hot Nine-This segment shows the list of the hot 9 New York sports topic of the day. It is presented by Pepsi/Pepsi Max.
  • Due Up: Right before the show goes on break the show takes a look ahead of the upcoming topics they will discuss on the show. It is presented by Pepsi/Pepsi Max.
  • In the Wheelhouse: This segment is mainly they interview a player and chat with him during the show.
  • Last Licks-This segment give the guys on the show to say anything to get off their chest in a time limit of 15 seconds. It is presented by Pepsi/Pepsi Max.

7th inning (Presented by Verizon from April 10, 2012-March 29, 2013)

  • 7th inning stretch/Talk-This segment features a guest and talks to them.
  • On Base Percentage-This segment is during the 7th inning stretch where the show looks at a player and determines if he is over or under which means over-good or under-bad. (This is the same thing as Over Under Segment which is separate from OBP).
  • Hit or Miss-This segment will feature a topic and whether the sidekicks say hit or miss. Hit meaning yes and Miss meaning no.
  • Wind-Up-This segment determines a player will do let's say get a milestone. The show determines it by saying either it is a Hit or Miss. Hit meaning he will. Miss meaning he won't be able to.
  • Tweet Spot-The show takes a look at tweets sent to the show by the fans.
  • Bringing the Heat-With the guest the show asks a series of questions and need one simple answer.
  • High Five-The shows 2 sidekicks give their list of 5 players or teams on a topic.

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Mets On-Air Talent

Gary Cohen|Ron Darling|Keith Hernandez|Nelson Figueroa|Bobby Valentine

SNY's News and Entertainment Team

Gary Apple|Joe Benigno|Kerith Burke|Chris Carlin|Meghan Culmo|Brian Custer|Jeane Coakley|Steve Covino & Rich Davis|Alexa Datt|Jim Duquette|Courtney Fallon|Eric Frede|Steve Gelbs|Kirk Gimenez|Frank Isola|Kris Jenkins|Roy S. Johnson|Joe Klecko|Sal Licata|Ray Lucas|Andy Martino|Eamon McAnaney|Don McPherson|Marc Malusis|Sean Mulcahy|Sweeny Murti|C.J. Papa|Larry Ridley|Jonas Schwartz|Doug Williams|Kara Wolters|Michelle Yu


Alex Anthony|Scott Braun|Don Jamieson|Steve Raab|Mayleen Ramey

Former Mets On-Air Talent

Kevin Burkhardt|Lee Mazzilli|Harold Reynolds|Matt Yallof|Darryl Strawberry|Ralph Kiner|Bob Ojeda

Former SNY's News and Entertainment Team

Steve Berthiaume|Andrew Catalon|Kenny Choi|Chris Cotter|Scott Ferrall|John Franco|David Lee|Siafa Lewis|Meredith Marakovits|Roman Oben|Steve Overmyer|Adam Schein|Peter Schrager|Brandon Tierney|Lou Tilley

Former Other

Julie Alexandria|Alissa Ali|Ted Berg|Gabe Cohen|Amanda Cole|Julie Donaldson|Caitlin Fichtel|Neha Joy|Jon Litner|Duke McGuire|Kaitlin Monte|Alexi Panos|Jocelyn Pierce|Heather Prusak|Dan Schachner|Tiffany Simons|Brittany Umar|Ben Wagner|Amber Wilson|Jacob Resnick

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