After the 2004 season as the New York Mets GM, Jim Duquette became the Baltimore Orioles Vice President of Baseball Operations.
Duquette who is most known as the GM who pulled the trigger on the Scott Kazmir trade (Victor Zambrano never did pan out, but to Duquette’s credit, while Kazmir pitched well for a bit, he didn’t exactly turn out to be Sandy Koufax and did in fact break down as Duquette predicted) has moved to the broadcast side of the industry and is the co-host of “Power Alley” on Sirius XM‘s MLB Network Radio on Sirius 209 and XM 89.
Jim is also a fill in commentator for the Mets on their flagship station WFAN.
On a more serious note, Jim is involved in some news that makes baseball seem pretty trivial. Duquette is donating one of his kidneys to his 10-year old daughter.
Mike Damergis is a Media Director & Radio Professor for Iona College in New Rochelle, N.Y. Mike ‘s career started with WNEW AM & FM in 1987, as a desk assistant for legendary DJ Scott Muni. He got his big break with the Toronto’s FAN 590 in 1997, when he was named the afternoon producer for Bob McCown’s “Prime Time Sports. Mike landed with New York’s WFAN in 2004 as the evening producer and game-day radio producer for the N.Y. Giants. Damergis earned a master’s degree in journalism from Iona College and published a book about the USFL. Damergis spent five years in satellite radio, including an extensive run as the morning show producer for XM Radio’s “Baseball This Morning” with Buck Martinez, Mark Patrick and Orestes Destrade. . You may contact Mike directly @ [email protected].