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Holy City Zoo Memories

Comfortably Zoned Radio, and Zig, welcome comedians Steven Pearl, and Bob Rubin. Topics include, the early days at The Zoo, partying with Doug Ferrari, Jewish parents, and the late John Cantu.
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Regular Season Baseball Summary

On this episode of Flying High over The Zone, Ralph Tyko welcomes back, Connecticut talk show host, Tony De Angelo. The two, sum up the 2016 Baseball season.
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Weighted Donuts 10/13/16

Co-hosts, Craig Stier, and Wayne Unger, welcome fellow podcaster Marc Weiss, for a spirited Baseball conversation, after a Stump Al, Baseball Trivia, segment.
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Mets 2016: A Comprehensive Year in Review

On this edition of New Yawk Mets Bazeball: Past-Present-Future, co-hosts Marty Rose, and Ralph Tyko, welcome back Alan Blumkin.
The three, break down the Mets season, position by position.
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Giants Bazeball; Past-Present-Future

Tim Haller, and Ralph Tyko, welcome Patrick Quinlan back to The Zone… this time for good. Former Giant bat boy, Patrick has agreed to join us, weekly. Topics of conversation include a breakdown of the 2016 National League playoff picture.

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The Life and Times of Brooklyn’s Pistol Pete Reiser

On this edition of Dodger Bazeball: A Tale of Two Cities, co-hosts Peter Trunk, Linda Wilson, and Bernie Rose, talk about the career of the man with a pertinacity to crash into outfield walls.
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Remembering the 1986 Mets

New Yawk Mets Bazeball: Past-Present-Future, Marty Rose, and Ralph Tyko, welcome Vivian Gentry to The Zone, for the first time. Topics of discussion include her non-profit work that helps better the quality of life for retired athletes.

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Babe Ruth’s #3 Retired in The Zone

Comfortably Zoned Radio Network’s, Sam Zervitz pays homage to George Herman Ruth, the station honoring The Bambino, by retiring his number.
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