Author: ralphzigtyko

Today’s Podcast Offering

Comfortably Zoned with The Zig Zag Man 5/25/19

Zig welcomes former Major Leaguer/Author, Greg Pryor.
A Comfortably Zoned Network, production.

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YO, WELCOME!

        My 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 the Comfortably Zoned Network.

Contributors include:

Robert Cole, Ron Rabiovitz, Peter Trunk, David Nemec, David Hubler, George Case lll, Michael Duca, Gabriel Schechter, Ian Kahanowitz, Hal Bock, Gene Hutmaker, Nancy Finley, Jeff Kallman, David Finoli, Peter Golenbock, Jerry Feitelberg, Jack Degraw, Mark Littell, Michael Preminger, Marty Rose, and Alan Blumkin.

If you enjoy our offerings, we ask that you get in the habit of accumulating lightly used children’s books, and donating them to your local Head Start.

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Retro Rangers with Grimm, Bock and Tyko 5/23/19

George, Hal, and Ralph kick off, what they hope to be, the best New York Ranger podcast on Al Gore’s internets.
A Comfortably Zoned Network, production.
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New Yawk City Bazeball 5/21/19

In the first segment, Marty Rose and Robert Cole, hold pull no punches, directed at the Wilponzis, and company. In the second segment, Wayne Unger, Jack Degraw, and Robert Deininger give kudos to the Cashman/Boone, injury riddled, over-achieving, Yankees.
A Comfortably Zoned Network, production.

If you enjoy our offerings, we ask that you get in the habit of accumulating lightly used children’s books, and donating them to your local Head Start.

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Bock’s Score: From Nedick’s at the Old Garden on 49th Street 5/17/19

Hal talks about his terrific book, “Banned,” and his memories of The Giants and The Polo Grounds.
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If you enjoy our offerings, we ask that you get in the habit of accumulating lightly used children’s books, and donating them to your local Head Start.

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Today’s 5th Podcast Offering

New Yawk City Bazeball 5/16/19

Tyko welcomes Noel Hynd back to The Zone to discuss his classic book, “The Polo Grounds and The Giants.”
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If you enjoy our offerings, we ask that you get in the habit of accumulating lightly used children’s books, and donating them to your local Head Start.

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Today’s 4th Podcast Offering

Pittsburgh Sports in The Zone 5/16/19

The three “Bitter men on Sports,” go at it.
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Today’s 3rd Podcast Offering

Degraw’s Yankees 5/16/19

Jack, and Robert Deininger discuss the latest from M*A*S*H.
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Today’s 2nd Podcast Offering

Comfortably Zoned with Ralph Zig Tyko 5/16/19

Zig welcomes Gabriel Schechter back to The Zone to discuss the 1961 Cincinnati Reds.
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Closing it Out with Littell 5/16/19

Zig and Mark, catch up, and discuss his new book… and the one in the hopper.
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If you enjoy our offerings, we ask that you get in the habit of accumulating lightly used children’s books, and donating them to your local Head Start.

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