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Today’s Podcast Offering

The Gall of The Man 2/9/18

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The Gall of The Man 2/8/19

Tyko welcomes Jerry Feitelberg and Mitchell Belacone, back to The Zone.
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The Dodgers… from Brooklyn to Los Angeles: A Tale of Two Cities 2/7/19


Peter, Robert, and Ron, discuss Brooklyn pitcher (1920) Leon Cadore who pitched a 26 inning game and faced 96 batters. The game lasted a bit over 3 hours! We discussed Pistol Pete Reiser, Leo Durocher, Branch Rickey and Reiser’s 5 skull fractures. Then we moved on to today’s rumors of MLB owners’ collusion(?) and the amounts of money thrown at today’s ballplayers. 
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Today’s 2nd Podcast Offering

Michael Duca, and Ralph Tyko, discuss the recent rule changes proposed by MLB.
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Bock’s Score: From Nedick’s at the Old Garden on 49th Street 2/6/19


Hal puts the Patriots’ accomplishments into perspective. After which George Grimm is welcomed back to The Zone for some Rangers’ Hockey talk, centering around Goalies, Jacques Plante, and Gump Worsley.
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Today’s Podcast Offering

Degraw’s Yankees 2/5/19

Jack and Ralph remember the life and times of Gene Woodling and Hank Bauer.
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Today’s 3rd Podcast Offering

In CASE You’re Wondering… with GEORGE 2/4/19

Hot Stove League, concludes as Spring Training looms.
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Today’s 2nd Podcast Offering

Bronx Roots with Hubler, Preminger & Tyko 2/4/19

David and Ralph discuss the amazing CNN documentary about triplets, and with the help of Scarsdale, mange to find a Bronx connect.
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Today’s Podcast Offering

The Gall of The Man 2/4/19

Tyko welcomes back Renascence Man, Jack O’Halloran. Topics of discussion include, arguably, the greatest athlete in history… Jim Thorpe.
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Today’s 2nd Podcast Offering

Ask Claire with Claire Hall 2/3/19

Claire’s guest is John Zinn, author of “Charles Ebbets: The Man Behind the Dodgers and Brooklyn’s Beloved Ballpark,” the first full-length biography of the man who owned the Dodgers for decades, built Ebbets Field, and was responsible for a number of innovations in the game of Baseball.
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