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MARC & MARK in The Midday 9/29/17

On this week’s edition of Mark & Marc in the Midday, Marc Weiss flies solo, with Mark Littell traveling on assignment. Marc interviews Morris “Moe” Resner, also known in the stand up world as Mike Reese. Moe, as he likes to be called is 86 years of age and has more energy than a young Jose Reyes, talks about his life in and out of baseball. Moe’s biggest claim to fame is his 90 minutes of 16mm film that he shot at the final Giants home game at the Polo Grounds onĀ 9/29/1957. Moe “stumbled” into history and spent 3 hours on the field filming pre/post and in game action. His rare film now resides at the HOF in Cooperstown. Along the way Moe coached in the minors for the KC A’s and Montreal Expos and met some fantastic baseball people. He still takes batting practice and has thrown out the first pitch at Cubs and Giants games. He is funny, informative and a national treasure.
His book, “Moe and the Cubs” will be released shortly. He will be having a book signing in NYC on 12/6.
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Genesis in The Zone with Ian Kahanowitz 9/29/17

Ian [an attorney, himself] sits down with Law professors, Ed Edmonds and Frank G. House to talk about the law and Baseball in their fascinating, and well researched book, “Baseball Meets the Law: A Chronology of Decisions, Statutes and Other Legal Events.”
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Dodgers March to Playoffs

On this edition of DODGER BAZEBALL: A Tale of Two Cities from Brooklyn to Los Angeles, Bernie Rose returns to the Catbird Seat and celebrates the seaso.n with Ron Rabinovitz, and Peter Trunk.

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Talkin’ Vintage Sports from Nedick’s at the old Garden on 48th Street 9/27/17

On this edition, Hal Bock, George Case lll, Ralph Tyko, Al Blumkin, Lenny Randle, and Tony De Angelo, pay homage to Andy Robustelli and the stellar defensive line of the New York Football Giants (circa ’61). Other topics include breaking news of a major athletic shoe scandal, and the panel’s take on whether to stand or kneel, during the war song.
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Genesis in The Zone with Ian Kahanowitz 9/26/17

Gloria Loring returns to Genesis to discuss her role as Ann Landers in the play. “The Lady With All The Answers,” which she performed last April, on stage in California. Also, discussions from segments from her monthly article to Soap Opera Digest, “How to Stop the Drama”
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Lenny Randle’s Hot Corner 9/25/17

On this, the maiden edition, co-host Ralph Tyko and Lenny bring three of the most interesting people on the planet, Nate Miller, Dana Clark Ford, and Tracey Hannah, into the Hot Corner.
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Senators/Twins: Past-Present-Future 9/25/17

On this edition we welcome back off the D.L., Chad Rubin, who joins George case lll, Ron Rabinovitz, and Ralph Tyko, to welcome guests Al Blumkin, and Toney De Angelo. The five, talk about memories evoked by the Dave Frishberg tune, Van Lingle Mungo.
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