Shawn Crespin is not only the cohost of the morning show, but he also handles imaging and executive producing for a variety of shows on The Fanatic. Crespin began his career in 2002 and has vast experience producing multiple radio programs. He comes to CRC Broadcasting after time with On-Air Sports Marketing, Crown Choice Productions and as audio director for the Phoenix Suns, Phoenix Mercury and Arizona Rattlers. He is currently the Technical Director for all ASU football and men's basketball radio broadcasts. Crespin also served as the Producer for the Bickley and MJ’s at XTRA Sports 910 and Positive Side of Sports on KMVP-AM. During his time at both stations, Crespin hosted several fill-in programs as well as did updates. Furthermore, he was a radio broadcasting instructor at the East Valley Institute of Technology. [email protected]
Mike Bauer joined The Fanatic after almost 13 years at FOX Sports 910 Phoenix (formerly XTRA Sports 910). While at KGME, he hosted a variety of different shows over the years in addition to working behind the scenes as Assistant Program Director, Executive Producer and sports update anchor. Bauer's shows won multiple awards in Phoenix and outside of Arizona over his years at KGME and the programs were asked to fill in for The Jim Rome Show, The Dan Patrick Show and The Rich Eisen Show nationally. Mike is also beginning his eleventh year as the In-Game host of the Arizona Diamondbacks, where his face-for-radio can be seen on the big screen at Chase Field. In addition to his hosting at D-backs games, Mike has also hosted events/games for various charity and private events, the Coyotes, ASU football, ASU baseball and actually got his emceeing start with the Phoenix Roadrunners in a previous lifetime. A die-hard Sun Devil and proud Cronkite School grad; Bauer is also a huge D-backs fan (duh!) and still follows all the teams in his hometown of Chicago - even the God-awful Bears. [email protected]
Drew Yount - Producer for the Morning Fanatics and has been working in radio since 2011. His career began as a local sports reporter at NPR affiliate KRCU in Southeast Missouri before transitioning to an on-air role at classic rock station KGMO. Shortly after getting to the valley in 2014 he started working at KDUS as a producer/technical director for various shows. When he isn't working, Drew spends time with his wife, Alicia, his daughter, Avery, and their dog, Stanley traveling and visiting different baseball stadiums every summer.