September 19, 2016
IN and OUT of FOCUS with Sam Zervitz [31.5]
Global, and personal, history: Can it be trusted?
September 18, 2016
Weighted Donuts 9/18/16
Co-Hosts Wane Unger, and Craig Stier welcome author Derek Bain, back to The Zone.
A Comfortably Zoned Radio Network/wu, production.
September 17, 2016
The show’s Kingpin [Talie Olson], and I, have returned from an awesome trip to New Yawk. We will resume normal programming, within hours. The picture was taken in Washington Square Park.
September 13, 2016
September 13, 2016
The Life and Times of Gil Hodges
On this edition of DODGER BAZEBALL: A Tale of Two Cities, Peter Ttunk, and Linda Wilson, pay homage to one of the most beloved Dodgers of all time.
September 12, 2016
New Yawk Bazeball: Past-Present-Future
“It ain’t over, ’til it’s over,” said Yogi Berra, to first segment guest, Mets historian, and now retired journalist, Mike Dyer. Dyer regales us with stories of the 1973 Amazin’ Mets.
In the second segment, co-hosts Marty Rose, and Ralph Tyko, analyze The Mets’ chances in the stretch drive.
September 10, 2016
IN and OUT of FOCUS with Sam Zervitz [30.5]
Back to School.
September 8, 2016
Pilgrimage to The Polo Grounds
With Tim Haller on assignment, Giants Bazeball: Past-Present-Future, and Ralph Tyko, return to the restored, Brush Staircase, overlooking the site of, what once was, The Polo Grounds. Guests are Marc Weiss, and Ronald Harvin. The three, wax poetic about The New Yawk Giants, and the fabulous Willie Mays.
September 7, 2016
Matt Silverman returns to The Zone
On this edition of New Yawk Mets Bazeball: Past-Present-Future, Ralph Tyko welcomes back author Matthew Siverman. The two, discuss Matt’s latest work, “One-Year Dynasty: Inside the Rise and Fall of the 1986 Mets, Baseball’s Impossible One-and-Done Champions,” the ’73 season, and the Mets current team.
A Comfortably Zoned Radio Network/rzt, production.
September 6, 2016
Comfortably Zoned, and Ralph Zig Tyko, welcome Maria Falzone, and Ed Crasnick to The Zone, for the first time. Topics of conversation include their memories of the heyday of Comedy, in San Francisco, and their days at “The Zoo.”