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MARC & MARK in The Midday 1/21/18

This week Weiss and Littell celebrate Mark’s 65th birthday with special guest and former teammate Tom Bruno. Tom talks about his days as a Royal and Cardinal w/Mark as well as being 1 day short in 1980 of making the MLB player pension. Tom currently lives in South Dakota where he runs his own business.
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St. Louis Bazeball: Past-Present-Future 1/20/18

Dizzy, Daffy, and Ducky, are the topics of conversation as Gene Hutmaker and Ralph Zig Tyko, discuss the Gashouse Gang and their championship 1934 season.
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David Nemec’s Old Time Bazeball History and Trivia 1/2018

David, Ian Kahanowitz and Al Blumkin, discuss the evolution of Baseball rules [part 5].
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Bock’s Score: From Nedick’s at the Old Garden 1/20/18

Talk centers around Hal’s column about Jon Gruden’s return to the Raiders.
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S.F. Giants Bazeball 1/19/18

Michael Duca returns from a trip to Washington, D.C.. and regales Ralph Zig Tyko with stories of the Library of Congress and,the thrill of having a picture, taken, with his book, in the hallowed halls.
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A’s Bazeball: Past-Present-Future 1/19/18

Nancy Finley and Ralph Zig Tyko, welcome Michae Duca, who pinch hits for the cruising, Jerry Feitelberg. Topics of discussion include the the transfer of ownership, twit the Finley’s and the Haas family.
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The Fifties: When Bums & Jints walked the Streets of New Yawk 1/18/18

Ron Rabinovitz, Ralph Zig Tyko, and Peter Trunk, discuss the McCarthy crusade against Communism, and how well Woody Allen’s movie, “The Front,” portrayed the times.
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Philadelphia Baseball: Past, Present, & Personal 1/18/18

Bill Kashatus [Billy from Philly], welcomes Bill Hun, author of “Eddie Collins: A Baseball Biography.”
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Genesis in The Zone with Ian Kahanowitz 1/17/18

Ian welcome co author Martin C. Babicz to the show, to talk about his wonderfully written, book, “National Past Time Through Baseball.”
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In CASE you’re wondering… with GEORGE 1/17/18

George Case lll, and David Hubler, lead the discussion, “small ball vs. long ball [Part 2].
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