On Thursday, KRLD 105.3 FM The Fan announced multiple moves within its daily programming.
The Dallas Morning News reports former NFL scout Bryan Broaddus will be joining Gavin Dawson, Jeff Cavanaugh and Lucious Alexander from 2:00-7:00 p.m. on “GBag Nation” full time while former MLB pitcher Mike Bacsik will make a move from the program to 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. on the “K&C Masterpiece" alongside Kevin Hageland and Cory Mageors.
Can’t tell you how excited I am to be working @1053thefan on @gbagnation. It’s a tremendous opportunity with a wonderful group of guys. Start Monday from 2-7pm. If out of town you can catch us on https://t.co/doriAS5M9Z. #TOLO— BryanBroaddus (@BryanBroaddus) February 13, 2020
Bacsik cited a need for a schedule change as reason for his move. He is also remaining a part of Texas Rangers broadcasts with Fox Sports Southwest.
The moves from The Fan come on the heels of many other notable shifts in local radio.
Former hosts on The Fan, Ben Rogers and Jeff ‘Skin’ Wade, debuted their new afternoon show on KEGL 97.1 The Eagle earlier this week.
In addition, Sportsradio KTCK 96.7 FM / 1310 AM The Ticket announced Bob Sturm will be taking over as a co-host during its 3:00-7:00 p.m. time slot alongside Corby Davidson. Sturm replaced Mike Rhyner, the longtime voice of The Ticket, who retired in January.