Matt Abbatacola has been the executive producer of “The Boers and Bernstein Show” since 2003. He joined the station as a production intern in 2001. Prior to joining Boers and Bernstein, Abbatacola served as the associate producer and board operator of 670 The Score’s morning show.
Abbatacola began his on-air career with The Score in 2005 and has developed a large audience in the Chicago market as a full-time producer and part-time on-air talent. You can follow him on Twitter @MattAbbatacola.
He has hosted countless shows and appearances, while working with major sponsors such as Miller Lite, Budweiser, Dos Equis and Ram Truck.
Abbatacola has made guest appearances on CBS, NBC, FOX-TV and CSN.
In addition to production and hosting duties, Abbatacola can also be heard in the update studio. In 2011, he covered the Cubs for The Score.
When The Score throws a party, Abbatacola is the man to host the festivities. He successfully planned and emceed the Boers and Bernstein Celebrity Roast, as well as The Score’s 20th Anniversary Celebration.
Abbatacola’s a Chicago native and currently resides in Libertyville with his wife and two children.
O’Fallon’s Wheach beer is a hit in Abbatacola’s mind.
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Sure, it’s cruel for the wild-card loser — but they got a chance many before them didn’t.
Think about it this way: It took a historic performance by a backup QB in 2013 to get to .500.
A satirical e-mail from Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts to 670 The Score’s Matt Abbatacola.
Oh, poor Tom Ricketts. All he wants to do his fix his broken toy and the big bad politicians of Chicago won’t let him.
For my entire adult life, I believed God was too busy to be concerned with sports.
I absolutely hate Major League Baseball’s Hall of Fame voting.
Penn State officials have the opportunity to speak for the victims of the Jerry Sandusky child-sex scandal. PSU must make the changes.
I am giving you permission to “take a break” from your team. How long? You should walk away for as long as you need.
When Aramis Ramirez came back to Chicago for the first time since leaving for the Milwaukee Brewers and a 3-year, $36 million contract, I expected him to receive a warm welcome from Cubs fans.
The topic of Carlos Zambrano came up during Mike Quade’s pre-game gab fest with the media.
Mike Quade sat in the home dugout at Wrigley and met with the media for the last time in 2011 and maybe for the last time as the Cubs’ manager.
By Matt Abbatacola- CHICAGO (WSCR) – Aramis Ramirez left Tuesday night’s game in the sixth inning with a mile right quad strain. The Cubs’ third baseman hit a grounder to shortstop, Yuniesky Betancourt, and was […]
With the end of a 4th place season (thanks Pittsburgh) just around the corner, why is there a party going on at Wrigley?
The Cubs have six home games remaining in the 2011 season. If you plan on coming out to a game, don’t expect to see anything different from their first 75 contests at Wrigley Field – bad baseball, cold beer, and an overly optimistic manager who is still trying to win something this year.
Mike Quade has a tough road ahead in trying to find the proper balance of winning and developing unproven talent that may affect the organization’s future.
The Cubs are 14-8 in August having won five of the six series that they have played. Today they go for the split against a 78-53 team, Atlanta.