Bob Fescoe

Bob Fescoe

Bob Fescoe was a co-host of The Border Patrol with Steven St. John on WHB, a commercial sports radio station in Kansas City, Missouri, broadcasting on 810 AM. Bob received a lot of media attention when his press credential was pulled by the Kansas City Royals for asking "tough questions". [] His last day there was January 10th, 2007. He has since continued his career in St. Louis, Missouri at KFNS Radio as the co-host of The Morning Grind. The Morning Grind has switched its hosts, and Bob became the St. Louis Rams correspondent for the station. As of May 2008, Fescoe became the host of KFNS' afternoon show from 2PM - 6PM.

Bob grew up in Randolph, NJ and attended college at The University of Kansas.

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