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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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A’s Bazeball: Past-Present-Future [Uno]

In this, the first episode, co-hosts Ralph Tyko, and, Alan Blumkin, set the tone by discussing all things A’s… from Connie Mack to Lew Wolff.
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Tommy is not Willie, and Willie is not Mays

In a week where the Comfortably Zoned Radio Network, pays homage to Willie Mays, Dodger Bazeball’s crew, chips in. Other topics of discussion include talk of the Bums during wartime, and the illustrious career of the late Willie Davis.
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#24 Retired in The Zone

Marc Weiss and Ralph Tyko, pay homage to their hero, Willie Howard Mays.
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May 28, 1952 - New York, NY, USA - Willie Mays #24, jokes with manager Leo Durocher of the New York Giants. Both are members of the Baseball Hall of Fame. (Photo by Sporting News/Sporting News via Getty Images)

May 28, 1952 – New York, NY, USA – Willie Mays #24, jokes with manager Leo Durocher of the New York Giants. Both are members of the Baseball Hall of Fame. (Photo by Sporting News/Sporting News via Getty Images)

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Baseball Playing Thespians

Actor, and former Minor Leaguer, Michael Dante, joins Tony De Angelo, and Ralph Tyko in The Zone. Folks discussed include Joe DiMaggio, Steve McQueen, Al Campanis, Chuck Connors, and “Eddie G.” Robinson.
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Dodger Bazeball: A Tale of Two Cities 2016 Season in Review

Peter Trunk, Linda Wilson, and Bernie Rose, not only analyze the Dodger season, but take a nostalgic visit down memory lane, and go back to when they dodged trolleys in Brooklyn.
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Jared Sandler of CBS is Zoned

Weighted Donuts welcomes Dallas native Jared Sandler, CBS Dallas Fort Worth sportscaster and Texas Rangers’ pre and post game host. Jared discusses the Rangers’ late season moves and their short term prognosis, as well as offering his unique take on the baseball season that is now quickly winding down. A USC graduate, Jared touches upon his time as a Trojan ball player and the rich Trojan tradition.
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