Anthony Stalter joined 101ESPN in 2012 as a producer and has done just about everything for “The Pride of St. Louis Sports” since. He currently brings his one-of-a-kind style to The Turn alongside Chris Duncan every weekday from 12-2 p.m.
A sharp cookie on all sports topics, Anthony has written columns for “The League,” an NFL-based blog for The Washington Post and still contributes written analysis (and weekly football picks against the point spread) to 101Sports.com. Prior to joining 101ESPN, he was on-site producer for the Detroit Pistons with WFDN in Detroit.
In addition to The Turn and his 101Sports.com columns, you can hear him break down each week’s NFL slate on The No-Huddle, Sundays from 9-11 a.m. on 101ESPN.
A member of the 2006 World Series Champion Cardinals and son to the great Dave Duncan, Chris Duncan’s resume speaks for itself…He just so happens to be a pretty good broadcaster too and he proves the point every day from 1 to 3 p.m. on 101ESPN’s The Turn.
Chris made his Cardinals debut in 2005 and remained with the club until 2009 before joining 101ESPN. He now brings his unique player insight to the midday schedule alongside cohost Anthony Stalter, and the duo never fail at producing funny, thoughtful and entertaining segments complete with all the expert analysis your ears can handle.
In addition to The Turn, Chris cohosts The Redbird Rejects podcast at 101Sports.com with fellow Cardinal Champion Brad Thompson, where the two muse on their playing days along with anything and everything happening in the baseball world.