Steve Sandmeyer hosts 1090 The Fan’s local show. Sandmeyer, a Seattle area native, has been in the Seattle sports radio market for more than 15 years and also has play-by-play announcing under his belt. The Loyola Marymount University graduate and his wife Jenni have two children — daughter Megan and son Joseph. Cougs are encouraged to keep the Sandman in check when he leans Husky.
Listen to the Sandmeyer show weekdays from 3-6pm.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Phil Bates joined The Steve Sandmeyer Show Tuesday after making the first significant round of cuts.
Seattle Seahawks running back Robert Turbin called into The Steve Sandmeyer Show Tuesday to discuss his role with this year’s team, his development as a runner and the Seahawks as a whole during the preseason.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Bryan Walters joined The Steve Sandmeyer Show Monday to talk about the progress the team is making this preseason and his punt returning.
Greg Scruggs talked training camp, improving — and his playing weight.
Seattle Mariners Assistant General Manager Jeff Kingston called in to The Steve Sandmeyer Show Thursday just a couple hours after the Major League Baseball trade deadline expired.
Ahead of Saturday’s induction into the NFL Hall of Fame, legendary Seattle Seahawks offensive tackle Walter Jones joined the Steve Sandmeyer Show to talk about becoming a football immortal.
Seattle Mariners catcher Mike Zunino called in to the Steve Sandmeyer Show Wednesday after a solid night at the plate against the Cleveland Indians Tuesday.
(1090 The Fan) — Seattle Seahawks tight end Zach Miller joined Steve and Jason on 1090 The Fan’s Steve Sandmeyer Show from VMAC on Day 1 of 2014 Training Camp. Miller spoke of the advantage [...]
(1090 The Fan) — Seattle Mariners reliever Danny Farquhar joined The Steve Sandmeyer Show from Safeco Field as the team prepared to face the New York Mets for an interleague series. The right-hander spoke about getting [...]
Seattle reliever Brandon Maurer joined The Steve Sandmeyer Show on yesterday afternoon from Safeco Field.