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

Talkin’ Vintage Sports from Nedick’s at the old Garden on 48th Street 5/19/17

George Case lll, Hal Bock, Al Blumkin, and Ralph Tyko, discuss Hal’s book about the Cubs, and the changes in Sports, over the past few decades.
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Genesis with Ian Kahanowitz 5/19/17

Ian sits down with author, Tim Wendel, author of, “Summer of ’68: The Season That Changed Baseball–and America–Forever,” to discuss the political and social events of the year 1968 and how it had a profound effect on the baseball season. Also, Ian and Tim talk about how 1968 became the year of the pitcher, with Bob Gibson having a 1.12 era and Denny McClain winning 31 games, Marvin Miller and the first collective bargaining agreement and the people who were instrumental in making the 1968 season one of the most memorable in baseball history.
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Genesis with Ian Kahanowitz 5/18/17

Ian sits down with John Florio and Oussie Shapiro to talk about their book, “One Nation Under Baseball,” about our National Pastime in the turbulent, ’60s.
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DODGER BAZEBALL: A Tale of Two Cities from Brooklyn to Los Angeles 5/17/17

Dodger Historian/author, Bill Hall joins Ron Rabinovitz and Peter Trunk. Talk centers around former pitcher, the late Van Lingo Mungo.
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Senators/Twins: Past-Present-Future 5/16/17

David Hubler, author of “The Nats and the Grays: How Baseball in the Nation’s Capital Survived WWII and Changed the Game Forever,” returns to The Zone. He, George Case lll, Ron Rabinovitz, and Ralph Tyko, discuss Baseball, the CIA [whom George worked for as an editor], and the tumultuous times, in which we live.
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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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