On this edition of New Yawk Mets Bazeball: Past-Present-Future, Ralph Tyko welcomes back author Matthew Siverman. The two, discuss Matt’s latest work, “One-Year Dynasty: Inside the Rise and Fall of the 1986 Mets, Baseball’s Impossible One-and-Done Champions,” the ’73 season, and the Mets current team.
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The Life and Times of Roy Campanella is the topic for the day. Co-hosts Peter V. Trunk, and Linda M. Wilson consider the late, Dodger catcher to be the greatest backstop of all time.
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Co-hosts Wayne Unger and Craig Stier, welcome former Major League pitcher/inventor/coaching guru, Mark Littell. Topics of discussion include, coming back from life’s adversities, and Nutty Buddy, his unique invention.
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