Cakes Makes His Stand-Up Comedy DebutThe stand-up comedy debut of Sports Junkies host John 'Cakes' Auville. Posterity knows no bounds.
Cakes' Transaction Addiction Has Ruined 'The Fan'tasy FootballIn this exclusive interview with program director Chris Kinard, we tackle the persistent problem of Cakes and his transaction-addiction, which is ruining fantasy football at 106.7 The Fan.
Come Meet Martin 'Cakes' Auville at Caps ConventionCakes was invited to represent 106.7 The Fan at the Caps Convention on Saturday, and due to some unforeseeable circumstances he couldn't make it. Luckily though, Martin Auville was available on short notice.
Cakes Gets Disgusting Face Disease DiagnosedAfter creeping out his Junkies cohorts with what seemed like new rock formations on his face every week, John "Cakes" Auville finally consulted a doctor to explain the weird phenomena of disgusting Susan Boyles plaguing his mug. You won't believe the diagnosis...
Cakes' Takes: Wacky Wizards WednesdayWhat is Ernie Grunfeld doing?
Sports Junkies: A Successful Wacky Jersey WednesdayEvery Wednesday the guys are supposed to wear in some sort of old or irrelevant jersey of a player. Most of us have tons of beat up jerseys laying around that we can show off.
Cakes' Takes: Random Tuesday RecapSome nuggets I gleaned from today's show....
Cakes' Takes: Caps Need Holtby The Hero If the Caps are going to knot the series at 2-2, it will most likely come with an outstanding performance from 22-year old Braden Holtby.
Cakes' Takes: Caps Playoffs Start TonightThe Capitals may still have six games remaining before the final buzzer goes off on the regular season, but their playoff run begins tonight.
Cakes' Takes: Don't Press the Panic Button Yet!I'm revisiting my blog from a few months ago, and I'm basically still in the same boat...don't press your Washington Capitals panic button quite yet.
Cakes' Takes: Road Woes For Caps & Wizards One of the hallmarks of playoff-caliber teams is their ability to win games on the road. From the looks of the road records for the Wizards and Capitals, seems like fans of the local good guys may have a lot of free time on their hands this spring.