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GIANTS BAZEBALL: Past-Present-Future 11/21/17

Michael Duca and Ralph Tyko, remember The Year of The Fox, 1971, when the Giants made it to the National League Playoffs.
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zpho2My name is Ralph Tyko. Many of my friends, call me Zig. I’ve been producing podcast radio, since 2012. In February of 2016, I founded Comfortably Zoned Radio Network. Thanks to the “Home Team,” Marc WeissScott Gilpin, Bill Kashatus, David Nemec, Robert Deininger, Chad Rubin, Lenny RandleDavid HublerGeorge Case lll, Michael Duca, Ian KahanowitzHal Bock, Nancy FinleyPeter Golenbock, Jerry Feitelberg, Patrick Tracey, Mark LittellTony De Angelo, David Finoli, Wayne Unger, Gene HutmakerRon RabinovitzPeter V. TrunkMarty Rose, and Alan Blumkin, I am able to publish a minimum of ten, new and provocative, shows per week. Find us on Facebook, here. rzt

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NEW YAWK CITY BAZEBALL: Past-Present-Future 11/20/17

With Robert Deininger on assignment, Marty Rose, Gene Hutmaker, and Ralph Tyko, delve into the recently released, Hall o’ Fame ballots, wonder the wisdom of the Mets’ plans for a limited pitch-count, and speculate about who will be the next Yankee manager.
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Talkin’ Vintage Sports from Nedick’s at the old Garden on 49th Street 11/20/17

Hal Bock, George Case lll, Al Blumkin, and Ralph Tyko, welcome Stanley Cohen, author of the iconic Basketball book, “The Game They Played.” Topic of conversation revolves around the “original” Basketball scandal.
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Canna Chat in The Zone 11/19/17

Sharon Golden and Ralpk Tyko discuss the politics involved in passing a canna-ordinance in Alameda, California, and Sharon’s take on the Dan Rush sentencing.
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Genesis in The Zone with Ian Kahanowitz 11/19/17

Ian welcomes the Mayor of Cooperstown, Jeff Katz to the show to talk about his awesome book, “Split Season 1981: Fernandomania, The Bronx Zoo, and the Strike that Saved Baseball.”
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Genesis in The Zone with Ian Kahanowitz 11/18/17 [2]

Ian welcomes renowned Baseball author and historian, Charles C. Alexander, to discuss the 1914, ’15 and ’16 Boston Braves in his wonderfully written book, “The Miracle Braves 1914 to 1916.”
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Genesis in The Zone with Ian Kahanowitz 11/18/17

Ian welcomes back author Jerald Podair for the third installment regarding his book, “City Of Dreams: Dodger Stadium and The Birth of Modern Los Angeles.”
In this installment Professor Podair talks about the court cases surrounding the contract to build Dodger Stadium.
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The Life and Times of Albert Anastasia

On this edition of Flying High over The Zone, Ronnie Rabinovitz and Ralph Tyko, interview Jack O’Halloran, author of “Family Legacy,” about his father.
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Philadelphia Baseball: Past, Present, & Personal 11/17/17

Bill Kashatus [“Billy from Philly”] sits down with former Phils’ owner, Bill Giles.
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