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The Life and Times of Roy Campanella

On this edition DODGER BAZEBALL: A Tale of Two Cities from Brooklyn to Los Angeles, Ron Rabiovitz and Peter Trunk discuss the St. Paul/Campy/Dodger, connect.
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The Life and Times of Freddie Patek

On this edition of MARC & MARK in The Midday, Weiss and Littell welcome the overachieving, former Major League shortstop, to The Comfortably Zoned airwaves, for the first time.
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Baseball Cards and Our Lost Youth

On this edition of Talkin’ Vintage Sports from Nedick’s at the old Garden on 48th Street, Hal Bock, Ralph Tyko, Alan Blumkin, and George Case lll, look back on the importance of an image on a piece of cardboard, and a stale piece of gum.
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The Life and Times of George Case Jr. [2]

On this edition of Senators/Twins: Past-Present-Future, Ron Rabinovitz and Ralph Tyko, continue to learn about George Case lll’s dad, George Case Jr.
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Attention Sandy Alderson: Please consider Jim Thrift for the next Mets’ Manager

On this edition of NEW YAWK CITY BAZEBALL: Past-Present-Future, Ralph Tyko and Marty Rose welcome back the son of iconic Baseball innovator, Syd Thrift. In his own right, Jim has played, managed for the Mets in the minors, and has been a scout. 
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Golenbock University 8/20/17

Author Bill Hall joins Peter, Ralph Tyko and Alan Blumkin [The 3 Baseball Mishuganas] to talk about his novel, based on the premise that the Dodgers stayed in Brooklyn.
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The Life and Times of Lon Simmons

On this edition of GIANTS BAZEBALL: Past-Present-Future, Michael Duca and Ralph Tyko, discuss Lon, Red Barber, Bill King, Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow, and other great broadcasters in Baseball history.
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WEIGHTED DONUTS with Wayne Unger 8/19/17

Wayne Unger, and Idiot Non-Savant, Ralph Tyko, welcome Yankee Baseball Historian, Jack Degraw. Discussion revolves around the legendary, Joe DiMaggio.
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Nancy Finley Honored by Baseball Hall of Fame

On this edition of A’s Bazeball: Past-Present-Future, Nancy recounts her recent trip to Cooperstown, and the honor of presenting her terrific book, Finley Ball, at Cooperstown. 
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