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My Baseball Schedule

Many have asked about my travels, so here it is:

  1. 9/13 Long Island Ducks Fireworks end-of-season game — 7:05 p.m.
  2. 9/14 Baseball Talk Radio Show — 12:00 p.m.
  3. 9/21 Baseball Talk Radio Show WGBB 1240 AM — 9:00 p.m.
  4. 9/27 New York Mets vs. Florida Marlins at Shea Stadium final tribute — 1:05 p.m.
  5. 9/28 Baseball Talk Radio Show — 12:00 p.m.
  6. 10/5 Baseball Talk Radio Show — 12:00 p.m.
  7. 10/5-10/9 Cooperstown, NY Baseball Hall of Fame tour.
  8. 10/12 Baseball Talk Radio Show — 12:00 p.m.
  9. 10/19 The Writer’s Round-Up speaking engagement, deSeversky Conference Center, Old Westbury, NY., 6-8 p.m., discussing my baseball writing.

Until then, see ya at the park!

Bob Murphy Tribute

Ernie Harwell Made My Day

In case you didn’t hear it, Cabbie and I interviewed the great EErnieharwellrnie Harwell on Baseball Talk this morning. At 90, he’s still sharp and his voice is so powerful it gives you chills. I asked him about being in attendance at the Giants vs. Dodgers game with the "shot heard around the world."

This day was the highlight of my career. A great man…a great baseball historian. Thanks Ernie for making my day! We will be editing this broadcast this week, because we had some technical difficulties.

So, if you’re laying around on any Sunday, give us a listen at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/baseballtalk or you can call in at: (646) 478-4570. Baseball Talk is also part of the AOL Network and you can email us at: baseballtalk@aol.com or IM at Baseball Talk. We are also part of the My Podcast Community where you can download to your Ipod, MP3 player, etc.

Until then, see you in the radio booth.

Baseball Talk: State of the Yankees

Hey Folks, Baseball Talk will be airing live tomorrow from 1:00 p.m. (EST) to 2:00 p.m. (EST). Usually we broadcast on Yanks_3Sundays, but our production schedule has changed and will be live tomorrow.

We will be talking about the "State of the Yankees." Our special guests will be: "Mad Dog" Miceli, Mike Dephysics and Tony "Music Man" Shimkin. So, you have some gripes about the Yankees, listen live tomorrow for our round table ideas on how to fix the Yankees.

So, if you’re laying around Saturday, give us a listen at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/baseballtalk or you can call in at: (646) 478-4570. Baseball Talk is also part of the AOL Network and you can email us at: baseballtalk@aol.com or IM at Baseball Talk.

Until then, see you in the radio booth.

Baseball Talk: Chicks in Baseball

They make up the game also. They are the "Chicks of Baseball." From Kim Ng, Suzy Waldman, Kat O’Brien, Kimberly Jones and the list goes on and on.

Baseball Talk with Carl "The Cabbie" and Dugout Joe will have aZoe_1 special round table with the "Chicks of Baseball," at 12:00 p.m. (EST) Sunday. Zoe Rice of Pick Me Up Some Mets, will be our special guest. Besides having a mean curveball on covering the Mets, you can also find her at Shea rooting her team on, hanging with Yale alumn Ron Darling and hanging out at SNY parties. She also contributes articles to MLB.com and has written for various other publications and also authored the book "Pick Me Up." We are also waiting to hear if Maureen Ryan of YankeesChick.com will appear on the round table. If not, we have the bases covered with other guests.

So, it should be fun and we are ready to talk ball! Until then, see ya in the radio booth.

Baseball Talk: Memorial Day Show

Yes, Baseball Talk will be on the air today at 12:00 p.m. (EST).

We will be doing a special tribute show to honor the troops and al82nd_airborneso talk baseball.  We welcome anyone and everyone to call in and talk ball. Call in and say hello to that someone special in the Armed Forces. Call in and just chat about the game.

We are still receiving positive feedback from last week’s show guest Mike Marshall, 1974 N.L. Cy Young Award winner. Keep the comments coming to Mike, as we are going to forward them to him.

So, if you’re laying around Sunday, give us a listen at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/baseballtalk or you can call in at: (646) 478-4570. Baseball Talk is also part of the AOL Network and you can email us at: baseballtalk@aol.com or IM at Baseball Talk.

Until then, see you in the radio booth.

Baseball Talk Radio Show

Attention All Listeners:

Baseball Talk with Carl "The Cabbie" & Dugout Joe will be live on the airwaves tomorrow (Sunday) from 1:00 p.m. (EST) to 2 p.m. (EST). Our guest tMikemarshallomorrow will be Mike Marshall, 1974 N.L. Cy Young Award winner from the Los Angeles Dodgers. He holds the major-league record for games pitched in one season at 106, 208 1/3 relief innings pitched and 13 consecutive games pitched.

Marshall also has a Ph.D. in Biomechanics from Michigan State University and has worked extensively to prevent pitchers from injury by teaching his revolutionary pitching mechanics.

So, if you’re laying around Sunday, give us a listen at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/baseballtalk or you can call in at: (646) 478-4570. Baseball Talk is also part of the AOL Network and you can email us at: baseballtalk@aol.com or IM at Baseball Talk.

Until then, see you in the radio booth.

Baseball Talk Radio Show #3

Hey Baseball Fans,

Baseball Talk Radio Show will be airing live today at 1:00 (EST) and our guest will be Zack Hample author of "Watching Baseball Smarter: A Professional Fan’s Guide for beginners, Semi-experts and Deeply Serious Geeks."

In the MLBlogs community he’s known as The Baseball Collector, with his baseball count total at 3,014 snagged baseballs. If you’re not doing anything and want to call and ask Zack some questions the number is: (646) 478-4570. And, if you’re around and not doing anything give a call and we will get you on the show. The call in number is: (646) 478-4570.

Until then, see ya in the radio booth!

Internet Radio Appearance

Just a note that I will be appearing on The Tim Kuda Baseball Show this Saturday at 11:30 p.m. (Eastern Time). The show is part of the Radio Blog Network and can be heard at the following link: http://www.timkuda.com The show runs for an hour, and they would like me to be on for the whole hour. They also have a phone line to call in or you can IM questions. It should be fun!

Until then, see ya in the radio booth!

The Power of the Media

Since I appeared on "Under the Lights" on MLB Radio and MLB TV, I’ve been criticized, noticed and talked down to about my predictions. This is what it’s all about.

However, all kidding aside, I was overheard by author John Hanc, who’s writing a book on the history of Jones Beach State Park in Long Island. In my interview with Pete McCarthy, I mentioned about how former Major League pitcher John Habyan used to run on the beach to build up his leg strength. Well, I was offered to be published in the book about my John Habyan story.

I bring this up because you never know who’s listening or watching and the luck you might have from appearing on Radio and TV. So, as Mark Newman said in the past, speak up and appear on MLB Radio.

Believe me, it’s good exposure and an awesome experience.

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