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Today’s offering from the Comfortably Zoned Radio Network

Off the Wall… with Eric Lenaburg 2/25/18

Our guest on today’s edition of Off the Wall is Marjorie Adams, great granddaughter of Doc Adams, a pioneer in the game of baseball. Doc’s contributions to the game were critical in developing strategies both offensively & defensively. Among other things he is responsible for the bases being 90’ apart; he created the shortstop position. 
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Lenny Randle’s Hot Corner 2/20/18

Lenny talks “life,” with Ralph Zig Tyko
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GIANTS BAZEBALL: Past-Present-Future 12/19/17

 

Hot Stove League talk between Michael Duca and Ralph Zig Tyko, revolves around how the resolution of the A’s ballpark situation would be beneficial to the Giants. Also discussed was the moves that weren’t made in the Winter Meetings, and Matt Moore’s departure.
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Golenbock University 12/4/17

Al Blumkin, Ralph Tyko, and Peter remember the lifelong friendship that Jackie Robinson, and our own, ailing, Ronny Rabinovitz, shared.
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