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Golenbock University 1/16/18

Peter, Ralph Zig Tyko, and Al. Blumkin, welcome former New York Yankee, Ralph Terry. Conversation includes the book he wrote with John Wooley, “Right Down The Middle! The Ralph Terry Story.”
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MARC & MARK in The Midday 1/15/18

Weiss & Littell welcome Baseball’s Billy Sample, back to The Zone.
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Bronx Roots with David Hubler 1/15/18

David, and co-host, Ralph Zig Tyko, welcomes his boyhood friend, comedian, and screen writer, Michael Preminger.
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WEIGHTED DONUTS with Wayne Unger 1/14/18

Author, Dave Jordan returns to the show to talk a little Hot Stove and MLB Draft, history.
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Lenny Randle’s Hot Corner 11/14/18

Two episodes, in one, as Lenny and Ralph Zig Tyko kick off the New Year. Guest, former Minnesota Viking, Bradley [son of Linda and Lenny] Randle, brings us up to date on the family biz, Lenny auditions for a Tyko replacement, and regales us with Winter League, stories.
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St. Louis Bazeball: Past-Present-Future 1/13/18

Host, Gene Hutmaker, discusses his all-time, favorite team, the 1964 Birds, with Ralph Zig Tyko.
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Genesis in The Zone with Ian Kahanowitz 1/13/18

Jerald Podair returns to Genesis to continue to discuss the legal wrangling and the politics that surrounded the building of Dodger Stadium, in the late 1950’s, in his wonderful book, “City of Dreams:Dodger Stadium and The Birth of Modern Los Angeles.”
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David Nemec’s Old Time Bazeball History and Trivia 1/13/18

David, and Al Blumkin, discuss the evolution of Baseball rules [part 4].
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Canna for Seniors

On this offering of Canna Chat in The Zone, Tyko [of the Ralph Zig, variety], is joined by Mama Bear [Melodye Montgomery], owner of TendaHead and director of East Bay Senior Cannabis Social Club.
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Bock’s Score: From Nedick’s at the Old Garden 1/12/18

Athletes, who protest human injustice [such as Colin Kaepernick, Ali, Tommie Smith-John Carlos etc.], are the topic of discussion.
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