Today’s offering from the Comfortably Zoned Radio Network:

Genesis with Ian Kahanowitz 5/19/17

Ian sits down with author, Tim Wendel, author of, “Summer of ’68: The Season That Changed Baseball–and America–Forever,” to discuss the political and social events of the year 1968 and how it had a profound effect on the baseball season. Also, Ian and Tim talk about how 1968 became the year of the pitcher, with Bob Gibson having a 1.12 era and Denny McClain winning 31 games, Marvin Miller and the first collective bargaining agreement and the people who were instrumental in making the 1968 season one of the most memorable in baseball history.
Comfortably Zoned Radio Network/ik, production.


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