Slats 5:30am To 10:00am
Tim Slats is a 29 year veteran of the radio industry who began his 9th year on the Cleveland airwaves when he returned to the Cleveland market following a six year stint in the Orlando, Florida. Slats had previously served at CBS Radio Cleveland as afternoon drive host on 92.3 Xtreme radio and also spent 5½ years at crosstown rival WMMS.
An avid sports fan, he previously bowled professionally at Buckeye Lanes in North Olmsted and is a fanatical golfer who will play in temperatures as low as 40 degrees. In addition, he loves NASCAR as well as college and professional football.
Slats is also a huge animal lover and a champion of animal adoption and rescue. His dog Sammy who recently turned 7 years old resides with Tim in Avon, Ohio after living in cage #24 at the Cuyahoga County animal shelter.
Browns sign Tampa Bay castoff for 3 years.
Slats has the story of an Oregon cabin that had “Ore-gone missing.”
Slats has the story of a police chief who was supposed to clean up his department, but got swept out of office after he was busted trying to solicit the services of a prostitute.
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Originally there to entertain at a senior assisted living facility. 2 Llamas lead police, residents outside Phoenix on a high speed chase.
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LeBron James is shooing away college recruiters who want to sign his 10 year old son “Bronnie”.
It may very well be that LeBron James Jr. will have a promising hoops career. The only problem is that colleges are now recruiting the 10-year old. Slats and 92.3 The Fans’ Jeff Thomas discuss this and a former pitcher “cashing in” on Seinfeld.
“Law and Order: SVU” star Ice T stopped by The Tonight Show on Wednesday to review “50 Shades of Grey.” His critique? It was boring. Slats shares all Ice’s comments