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.
Hear about one turkey who turned to religion to escape his Thanksgiving fate. He sought sanctuary in a sanctuary.
Slats highlights some unique folks trying to get a bargain by camping out in front of stores. They’re not exactly roughing it, but they can bust a rhyme.
Listen as Slats and 92.3 The Fan’s Jeff Thomas chat, debate and rant about Johnny Manziel getting benched for partying hard.
Call by refs during last night’s MNF game costs New England a TD against Buffalo. Pats win though 20-13.
A drunken real estate agent was found in a home that wasn’t his. Slats has the alcohol soaked details on this inebriated intruder.
The “hoax bomb” saga ain’t over in Texas. Homemade clock making Ahmed Mohamed and his family want compensation for their pain and suffering. $15 million should do it.
The Browns need to hire this guy. Slats and Jeff Thomas enjoy this Spanish announcer’s boisterous call of a Carolina Panthers’ touchdown. IT’S GOOD…. IT’S VERY GOOD!
Tips for the perfect Thanksgiving turkey from Butterball.
It’s time for the annual New York City Taxi Drive Calendar to be released. The “buff” drivers show some skin for a charity. Slats prefers the SI swimsuit edition.
A Florida woman was shopping at a Walmart store one night when a teenage boy unleashed a sneak attack on her. The weapon? A pillow.