Marty Lurie Talks San Francisco Giants Baseball

Talking Giants Baseball… Aug 5th + 6th

SAT AUG 5th – KNBR 680 GIANTS pregame with Marty Lurie


Kirk Rueter: Woody joins Marty and Patrick at the Public House before the Giants celebrates of the 20-year anniversary of the 1997 team and the season

Nick Piecoro: Marty talks about Nick Piecoro from Arizona Republic about the Pablo Sandoval

Chris Stratton: Marty talks to Chris Stratton about his surprise start today vs the D-Backs

George Kontos: Marty and Patrick are joined by George Kontos as he says good-bye to the Giants Fans

Jason Turbow: Marty and Patrick chat with Jason Turbow  about his new book: Dynastic, Bombastic, Fantastic: Reggie, Rollie, Catfish, and Charlie Finley’s Swingin’ A’s

Bobby Evans: Marty and Patrick talk to Giants GM about moves this week and talks about Belt’s injury

Bruce Jenkins: Marty and Patrick talk to Bruce Jenkins about Pablo Sandoval batting 4th in his return to the Giants



SUN AUG 6th – NBR 680 GIANTS pregame with Marty Lurie


Greatest Game – McCovey 4-for-4 Debut: Marty Lurie and Chris Haft, from, talk about one of the Greatest Games in Giants History: Willie McCovey’s Major League debut on July 30, 1959. McCovey went 4-for-4, including two triples off future Hall of Fame pitcher Robin Roberts.

Bruce Jenkins: Marty and Patrick talk to Bruce about last night’s thrilling win: Can Parker and Pablo provide a spark these last 2 months?

Jean Ardell: Marty talks to Author Jean Ardell about her new book- Making My Pitch: A Woman’s Baseball Odyssey

Jon Miller: Marty talks to Jon Miller about the 2017 Hall of Fame class: Tim Raines, Jeff Bagwell and “Pudge” Rodriguez

Ron Wotus: Marty talks the Giants Bench Coach about last night great win vs the D-Backs: Can Pablo and Parker provide a spark these last two months?

Minor League Report: Ally Williams’ Minor League Report at the Public House before the series finale vs the D-Backs

Bill King: Legendary Bay Area Broadcaster Wilbur “Bill” King remembers when Eckersley became the most dominant closer in the game from 1988 to 1992

Jim Rosenhaus: Marty talking ball with Cleveland Indians broadcaster Jim Rosenhaus



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