Marty Lurie Talks San Francisco Giants Baseball

Talking GIANTS Baseball… April 17th

SUN APRIL 17th – KNBR 680 GIANTS pregame with Marty Lurie


Happy Chandler: Senator & Baseball Commissioner Happy Chandler discusses the importance of Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier

Nate Oliver: Marty chats with Nathaniel Oliver about the importance of Jackie Robinson Day. Oliver had a seven-year major league career in the 1960s, mostly with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Nate is the son of Jim Oliver, Sr., who had played in the Negro leagues

2014 World Series: Marty Lurie and Chris Haft, from, talk about the one of the Greatest Games in Giants History: The 2014 World Series

Jim Barr: Marty and Jim Barr talk Giants/Dodgers ball before the series finale in LA

Barry Svrluga: Marty talks to author Barry Svrluga about his new book – The Grind: Inside Baseball’s Endless Season and over one million other books are available for Amazon Kindle.

Bruce Jenkins: Marty and Bruce talking ball before the series finale vs the Dodgers
Arnold Hano: Marty talks to journalist Arnold Hano about  “Latin Ballpayers Bill of Rights”


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