About "The Bull"
You can hear Adam “The Bull” talk sports on his 2 new podcasts with Bet Rivers. “The Bull in Cleveland with Adam the Bull” (about Cleveland sports) and “The Bullpen with Adam the Bull” (a national sports podcast). You can also watch him on the Ultimate Cleveland Sports Show on YouTube. And for a change of pace, you can hear him talk about television shows on “Up Next with Adam the Bull”
Adam has been talking sports on the radio since he was a senior at Sheepshead Bay High School in Brooklyn, NY. His career began when he did play-by-play for a football game that aired on a local college radio station.
He graduated from SUNY Brockport in 2000, where he majored in Communications, did play by play for the college football and basketball teams and worked with the sports information department. In the spring of 1999 Adam earned his first paid gig as the play-by-play voice and media relations director of the Batavia Muckdogs of the New York Penn League. During his 3 summers in Batavia, Adam was able to watch as Marlon Byrd, Ryan Madson, Chase Utley and Ryan Howard cut their teeth with the team.
From 2002-2007 The Bull hosted sports talk shows for several stations in Utica, NY and worked as the program director for the Sports Stars Radio Network. During his time in central New York, Adam also called football, basketball and hockey games for Utica College and the now-defunct UHL team the Mohawk Valley Prowlers. He also did the play-by-play for three Major League Baseball Hall of Fame Games.
Adam was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY and in 2007 he returned to NYC to work for Sports Radio 66-WFAN. When he started at WFAN Adam split his time as a host and update anchor, only working occasionally. Over the next three years The Bull’s role on WFAN expanded and he became one of the most often used fill-in hosts. He also did the play-by-play for some Brooklyn Cyclones games and worked in the stats department at MLB.com.
In August of 2011 Adam moved to Cleveland, OH to be a part of a brand new radio station, 92.3 the FAN. He was the lead host for the highly successful Bull and Fox show until he stepped away on April 1, 2022.
The Bull is a die-hard fan of the Chicago Cubs and the Cincinnati Bengals. He and his wife Elizabeth reside in Rocky River, OH with their 10 year-old son Aaron. In addition to sports, Adam enjoys reading the novels of Lee Child and Michael Connelly, eating and playing fantasy football.