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Today’s 2nd offering from the Comfortably Zoned Radio Network:

Golenbock University 5/15/17

The 3 Baseball Mishuganas [Al Blumkin, Ralph Tyko, and The Proffesor], discuss Peter’s iconic bokk, “Amazin’ The Miraculous History of New York’s Most Beloved Baseball team”
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MARC & MARK in the Midday 5/15/17

Marc Weiss, and Mark Littell, welcome former American League umpire Al Clark. who spent 26 years calling balls and strikes. He is the author of “Called out, but Safe” and tours the country doing speeches and hosting umpire clinics. Topic include, how umpires go about their business on a day to day basis. Al shares interesting stories about Frank Robinson, Cal Ripken, Nolan Ryan and Randy Johnson… and calling pitches, thrown by the man, nicknamed “Country.”
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NEW YAWK CITY BAZEBALL: Past-Present-Future 5/13/17

Marty Rose, Robert Deininger, and Ralph Tyko pay their respects to the surging, Yankee pitching staff, and wonder if Matt Harvey and the Mets, can ever repair the damage.
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GIANTS BAZEBALL: Past-Present-Future 5/12/17

Ian Kahanowitz, and Ralph Tyko discuss the life’s and times of the two, slugging first basemen, both named Clark. Both wore #22, both could mash. “The Ripper” was colorblind, and “The Thrill” was, not all that. It’s nurture, not nature, sports fans.
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Talkin’ Vintage Sports from Nedick’s at the old Garden on 48th Street 5/12/17

George Case ll, Al Blumkin, and Ralph Tyko, discussus Hal Bock’s iconic book, “Banned: Baseball’s Blacklist of All-Stars and Also-Rans,” and two time loser, George Steinbrenner.
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Genesis with Ian Kahanowitz 5/11/17

Ian sits down with author, Gerald Gems [“Before Jackie Robinson”] to talk about African Americans in various sports, long before Jackie Robinson broke the color line in major league baseball back in 1947.
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WEIGHTED DONUTS with Wayne Unger 5/10/17

Kevin Kerrane, author of, “Dollar Sign on the Muscle: The World of Baseball Scouting,” joins Wayne, and ESPN’s Jerry Crasnick. Talk centers around the art of selecting, on whom to roll the dice.
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