Fantasy Baseball 101 at Golenbock University 3/14/17
Peter, author of “How to Win at Fantasy Baseball,” is joined by Al Blumkin, and Ralph Tyko, to discuss the history of, and the pros, and cons, of competing. Comfortably Zoned Radio Network/rzt, production.
Henry W. Thomas, author of Walter Johnson: Baseball’s Big Train, and Clyde Doepner, Twins’ curator, and historian, join George Case lll, Ralph Tyko, and Ron Rabinovitz, for a lively discussion about Johnson’s life and times, and Tony [Pedro] Oliva’s chances of making The Hall. Comfortably Zoned Radio Network/gc/rr, production.
Genesis with Ian Kahanowitz and Marc Weiss 3/12/17
Ian, and Marc, sit down with author, Mitchell Nathanson to talk about the career of Dick Allen, in his finely researched book “God Almighty Himself: The Life And Legacy of Dick Allen. Comfortably Zoned Radio Network/ik, production.
Genesis with Ian Kahanowitz and Marc Weiss 3/10/17
Ian and Marc sit down with Author, Professor and SABR Director, Leslie Heaphy to discuss her book on the Negro Leagues from 1869 to 1960. In this first installment Leslie discusses the Leagues from post Civil War to the great depression Comfortably Zoned Radio Network/ik, production.
Talkin’ Vintage Hoops, Football & Hockey, from Nedick’s 3/9/17
Hockey is the topic of discussion, as Hal Bock, Al Blumkin, and Ralph Tyko, wax poetic about the likes of Gump Worsley, Jacques Plante, and New Yawk Rangers, and the Original 6. Comfortably Zoned Radio Network/rzt, production.
ESPN’s Dan Szymborski is welcomed back, by Craig Stier, and Wayne Unger. Topics of conversation include, the future of Mike Trout, Baseball’s most coveted gem. Comfortably Zoned Radio Network/wu, production.
Spring Training, 2017, and Charlie’s terrific book, “At the Ballpark: A Fan’s Companion,” are this week’s main topics of discussion, with Comfortably Zoned Radio Network’s, Ralph Tyko. Comfortably Zoned Radio Network/cv, production.