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Philadelphia Baseball: Past, Present, & Personal 12/7/17

Bill Kashatus {“Billy From Philly”] welcomes Phillies Public Address Announcer, Dan Baker.
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DODGER BAZEBALL: A Tale of Two Cities from Brooklyn to Los Angeles 12/6/17

With Ron Rabinovitz on assignment, Peter Trunk and “Big Bill” Hall discuss the life and times of Harold “Pee Wee” Reese.
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Dan Rush’s Post Sentencing Thoughts

On this edition of Canna Chat in The Zone, Ralph Zig Tyko welcomes back the former canna-union chief, to once again, speak his mind.
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Pittsburgh Sports with Finoli and Blumkin 12/5/17

David Finoli discusses his new book, “Pittsburgh’s Greatest Teams,” with co-host Al Blumkin.
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Genesis in The Zone with Ian Kahanowitz 12/5/17

Ian welcomes author Sol Gittleman to the show to talk about his wonderful book, “Reynolds, Raschi, and Lopat: New York’s Big Three and the Great Yankee Dynasty of 1949 to 1953.”
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Where Have You Gone, Willie Randolph?

On this edition of NEW YAWK CITY BAZEBALL: Past-Present-Future, Marty Rose, Robert Deininger, Gene Hutmaker and Ralph Tyko, wonder why the former Yankee star wasn’t considered for manager.
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Golenbock University 12/4/17

Al Blumkin, Ralph Tyko, and Peter remember the lifelong friendship that Jackie Robinson, and our own, ailing, Ronny Rabinovitz, shared.
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Oakland Sports: Past-Present-Future 12/3/17

With Nancy Finley on assignment, Ralph Tyko and Jerry Feitelberg, discuss the recently released Hall o’ Fame Ballot.
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GIANTS BAZEBALL: Past-Present-Future 12/3/17

Michael Duca and Ralph Tyko discuss the, recently released, 2017 Hall o’ Fame ballot.
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Genesis in The Zone with Ian Kahanowitz 12/2/17 [2]

Ian welcomes author, Tom Stanton to the show to talk about his gripping tale of baseball and murder in his fantastic book, “Terror in the City of Champions: Murder, Baseball, and the secret society that shocked Depression Era Detroit.”
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