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New Yawk Mets Bazeball: Past-Present-Future 11/14/16

Marty Rose, and Ralph Tyko attempt to get into Sandy’s head a bit, and try to piece together the 2017. Both agree that it’s imperative to bring the big, right hand hitting, Yonis Cespedes, back. They also wonder why, given his terrific arm, he may be better suited for right.
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Remembering Dynasty, Bums and more. 11/13/16

The Three Baseball Mashuganas [Peter Golenbock, Al Blumkin, and Ralph Tyko], discuss Peter’s book, “Amazin’ The Miraculous History of New York’s Most Beloved Baseball Team.”
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Baseball Trivia is not Trivial [2]

On this edition of A’s Bazeball: Past-Present-Future, co-hosts Alan Blumkin, and Ralph Tyko welcome the Father of Baseball Trivia, author, David Nemec. Topics of conversation include about the Kansas City Athletic minutia.
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Dodger Bazeball: A Tale of Two Cities 11/10/16

Peter V. Trunk, Linda M. Wilson, and Bernie Rose, discuss the Dodgers Sym-Phony Band, Willard Mullin’s Bum, and the infield that stayed together longer than any other, in history.
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Weighted Donuts 11/9/16

Craig Stier, and Wayne Unger, welcome baseball philanthropist, Angela Christino, who has been working closely with Major League Baseball to bring baseball back to America’s inner cities, and to needy areas abroad.
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“The Forever Boys” by Peter Golenbock

The “Three Baseball Mashuganas,” Alan Blumkin, Ralph Tyko, and Peter Golenbock, discuss one of the books that had a profound effect on Peter’s life. Players discussed include Pat Zachry, Ron LaFlore, and Lenny Randle.

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“On The Eighth Day God Made Baseball” by Mark Littell

On this edition of Flying High over The Zone, Ralph Tyko welcomes back former Major League pitcher, and coach, Mark Littell… this time, as an author, to discuss his recently released book.
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