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Canna Chat in The Zone 12/31/17

Dan Rush, returns to The Zone. He and Ralph Zig Tyko discuss his journey, and the implications of the “legalization” of cannabis, in California.
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A’s Bazeball: Past-Present-Future 12/30/17

With Jerry Feitelberg off, cruising the world, Nancy Finley and Ralph Zig Tyko welcome author, Michael Duca. The three, relive memories of Nancy’s dad, Carl, and her uncle Charlie.
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RIP Keely Smith

On this offering of Flying High over The Zone, Ralph Zig Tyko and Michael Duca, mourn the loss of of diva, Keely Smith, and Michael’s mother-in-law, Patricia Gish Devine. May they both rest in peace.
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Philadelphia Baseball: Past, Present, & Personal 12/28/17

Bill Kashatus [Billy from Philly] welcomes Ed Molush, who pitched Temple University to the College World Series in 1972, and later played in the Phillies organization. He made his name as a superb pitching coach at Villanova University and later Haverford College. 
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Genesis in The Zone with Ian Kahanowitz 12/27/17

 

Ian welcomes back author Todd Masters to Gene to talk about some Classic Tigers baseball in his brilliant narrative, “The 1972 Detroit Tigers:Billy Martin and the Half Game Champs.”
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Lenny Randle’s Hot Corner 12/26/17

Ralph Zig Tyko, and Lenny, welcome Rolling Stone writer, Dan Epstein, who recalls his first time meeting with the person he would, later, dub, “the most interesting man in Baseball,” and the game he never saw.

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GIANTS BAZEBALL: Past-Present-Future 12/25/17

Giant’s solidify infield, and batting order, with Evan Longoria trade. Ralph Tyko and Michael Doza, analyze it’s ramifications.
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Genesis in The Zone with Ian Kahanowitz 12/24/17

Ian welcomes JD Thorn to talk about deceased author, Mike Cameron, and his book on Fred Merkle, Public Bonehead, “Private Hero..The Real Legacy of Baseball’s Fred Merkle.”
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Shoe Scandal Rocks College [Semi-Pro] Basketball

On this week’s “Talkin’ Vintage Sports from Nedick’s at the old Garden on 49th Street,” George Case lll, Hal Bock, Al Blumkin, David Hubler, and Ralph Tyko, discuss the latest, hoops fiasco.
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St. Louis Bazeball: Past-Present-Future 12/23/17

Ralph Zig Tyko, plays Fenneman to Gene Hutmaker’s Groucho on the first episode. Players discussed include Curt Flood, Vick Raschi, Roger Maris, Stash Musial, Ray Jablonski, and Rip Ripolski.
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