Today’s Podcast Offering

The Dodgers… from Brooklyn to Los Angeles: A Tale of Two Cities 1/3/19

With Ronnie on assignment, Peter and Robert do “yo man’s work.” They discussed the 1942 film “It Happened in Brooklyn” and all of its warts. We talked about Karl Spooner and his shoulder. We spoke of all the people who think the picture of the great catch in the 1952 WS was Carl Furillo, but it WASN’T – it was Andy Pafko (even Furillo family members have it wrong). We lastly discussed Zack Wheat – who still leads all-time Dodgers in hits, doubles, triples, RBIsĀ and total bases!
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Ralph Zig Tyko, who grew up on the east coast ["You can take the boy out of New York, but don't forget about the Mann Act."], pushes on the "doors of life" marked 'pull,' with his sardonic, off beat humor. His target is The Un-Holy Trinity... the church, big business and the government. Guests are from all walks of life, including players, coaches, and sportswriters from the "Golden Age of Sports." Zig's 'Studs Terkel like' interviewing, brings out their passion, enthusiasm, and lust for living... Fun galore, so click on, laugh, cry, and learn.

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