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Steve Czaban is a 25 year sports radio veteran, who hosts an afternoon drive show in Washington D.C. "Czabe" also writes and edits his own commentaries for www.czabe.com and other on-line and print publications. He can be reached at czabe@yahoo.com.

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    I didn’t hear the Pittsburgh comments (I am on podcast delay) but I can relate my journey to Pittsburgh fandom. I grew up in the South 500+ miles from any professional sports teams. Most summers we visited my Pittsburgh where I had a bunch of aunts, uncles, cousins, etc., so I adopted the Steelers, Pirates and Penguins as my go to teams.

    I have always followed the Steelers closely, mainly because football is my #1 sport and honestly, a long track record of success makes it pretty easy. I watch all Steeler games and also a lot of football games in general. It’s the sport I know the most about and I have more Steeler gear that anything else.

    My biggest sports heartbreak is Sid Bream safe at home. I was at games 4&5 of the NLCS and had World Series tickets if the Pirates made it (growing up my family didn’t go to pro game). When they went into a twenty year funk I didn’t jump to another team but I did check out of baseball for a long time. I am very knowledgeable about the Pirates and I have a good knowledge of their division. I have a fair amount of Pirate gear.

    I have always been a casual hockey fan and I usually tune in for Penguin playoff games. Once they are out I am pretty much done with hockey for the year. I always root for the Pens when they play the Caps and I have seen many of those daggers on TV throughout the years. Other than that I would be happy for the Caps fans if they won a Stanley Cup because they have a core group of fans that have been there through the lean years as well as the good years. . I don’t have much Penguins stuff because I would feel like a bit of a poser/band wagoner.

    I love visiting Pittsburgh and hitting Primanti Bros for a sandwich and taking in a game. I wish I could do it more. I think they have a great football stadium and PNC Park is the best stadium in baseball. Like I said, I haven’t heard Czabe’s comments yet but I hope he don’t think we’re all a bunch of jagoffs.


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