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zpho2My name is Ralph Tyko. Many of my friends, call me Zig. I’ve been producing podcast radio, since 2012. In February of 2016, I founded Comfortably Zoned Radio Network. Thanks to the “Home Team,” Marc WeissScott Gilpin, Bill Kahatus, David Nemec, Robert Deininger, Chad Rubin, Lenny RandleDavid HublerGeorge Case lll, Michael Duca, Ian KahanowitzHal Bock, Nancy FinleyPeter Golenbock, Jerry Feitelberg, Patrick Tracey, Mark LittellTony De Angelo, David Finoli, Wayne UngerRon RabinovitzPeter V. TrunkMarty Rose, and Alan Blumkin, I am able to publish a minimum of ten, new and provocative, shows per week. Find us on Facebook, here. rzt

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Today’s offering from the Comfortably Zoned Radio Network

Senators/Twins: Past-Present-Future 9/21/17

On this edition, Ron Rabinovitz, George Case lll, and Ralph Tyko, welcome back David Hubler to talk about his terrific book, “The Nats and the Grays: How Baseball in the Nation’s Capital Survived WWII and Changed the Game Forever”
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Today’s offering from the Comfortably Zoned Radio Network:

Senators/Twins: Past-Present-Future 5/16/17

David Hubler, author of “The Nats and the Grays: How Baseball in the Nation’s Capital Survived WWII and Changed the Game Forever,” returns to The Zone. He, George Case lll, Ron Rabinovitz, and Ralph Tyko, discuss Baseball, the CIA [whom George worked for as an editor], and the tumultuous times, in which we live.
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Today’s offering on the Comfortably Zoned Radio Network:

Senators/Twins: Past-Present-Future 5/1/17

David Hubler, author of “The Nats and the Grays, How Baseball in the Nation’s Capital Survived WWII and Changed the Game Forever,” joins Ron Rabinovitz, and Ralph Tyko.
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