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Right off the Bat – Sept. 19th, 2007

Right Off The Bat with Marty Lurie

Segment one : Marty opens the show with Marcel Lachemann
Segment two : Marty talks more baseball with Marcel
Segment three : Marty & Marcel
Segment four : Marty sets up memories
Segment five : Memories of the Game: Hal McRae
Segment six : Rattle the Lumber with Joe Salvatore & Ken Korach

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September 24, 2007   No Comments

Right off the Bat – Sept. 3rd, 2007 Labor Day

Right Off The Bat with Marty Lurie

Segment one : Marty opens the show
Segment two : Interview – Heath Bell
Segment three : Marty’s awards
Segment four : Marty sets up memories
Segment five : Memories of the Game: Dick Schofield 2
Segment six : Rattle the Lumber with Ken Korach

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September 4, 2007   No Comments

Baseball Thoughts From Rick Kaplan

Marty – Recently watched "The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg" for the first time, and this evening wrote the following letter to the friend and baseball lifer who had sent it to me. Thought you might enjoy my letter to him . . . .
Mike:
I think I may have just done the biggest double–no, make that triple–take I have ever done. I was looking at the scores on MLB.com for today, Saturday, when I noticed something that I was sure had to be a mistake. It said that the Devil Rays were leading the A’s, 12-2, in the eighth inning at Tampa Bay. It wasn’t the lopsidedness per say of the score that seemed improbable, not with the horrible A’s. It was the idea that this game, the third in the series, was on the verge of being completed with the third consecutive 12-2 score. The A’s had won the opener, and the Rays returned the favor last night. As it turned out tonight in the third game, though, after the game reached the trifecta 12-2, the Rays scored twice more and went into the ninth leading 14-2. I was actually disappointed. How many times has something like that happened (I will leave it to ESPN to translate this into some kind of "record.") ?
Nice to hear from Rick, Click below for more…Marty

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August 26, 2007   No Comments

Inside Baseball Saturday Night – August 25th, 2007

INSIDE BASEBALL with Marty Lurie – Jason Kendall: Staying with the Cubs? O’s Bullpen: Still losing games, A’s making the playoffs: Not Impossible?

Segment one : Marty & Gordon Wittenmyer (Cubs Beat Writer for The Chicago Sun-Times)
Segment two : Marty & Paul Hagen (National Baseball Writer for the Philadelphia Daily News)
Segment three : Marty & Jim Powell (radio broadcaster for the Brewers)

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August 25, 2007   No Comments

Inside Baseball Saturday Night – August 18, 2007

INSIDE BASEBALL with Marty Lurie & Shooty Babitt – Colorado: battling for the wild card? Cards: Ankiel comes back swing, Seattle: Are the Angels in trouble?

Segment one : Marty & Thomas Harding (MLB.com beat writer for the Rockies)
Segment two : Marty & Tom Ackerman (from KMOX radio in St. Louis)
Segment three : Marty & New York Vinnie

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August 18, 2007   No Comments

Has the Media Gone Overboard ?George Borges Answers SI's Reilly

ok Rick, you’ve finally managed to push me over the top…have been wanting to scream at the top of my lungs for a long time at the sick (not sick the way my 11 y/o daughter uses the word, but sick as in mentally disturbed) obsession you and a great many of your colleagues have with bonds – however, having a life (job, family, playing ball, attending and enjoying sporting events, etc.) and not really knowing how to type has discouraged me from taking the time to respond to the volumes of venom you and those of your ilk have been gleefully spewing forth for such a long period of time …but, as the hit pieces keep coming, well, let’s just touch on some things, not necessarily in order of importance, that should be noted.
George Borges responds to Sports Illustrated’s Rick Reilly’s column about Barry Bonds. George is a lawyer in San Francisco and an avid basketball player who can still hit a fade away jump shot.

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August 3, 2007   No Comments

Right off the Bat 05/30/07

Right Off The Bat with Marty Lurie

Segment one : Marty opens the show
Segment two :Interview – Eric Gagne
Segment three : Interview – Steve Bitker
Segment four : Marty sets up Memories
Segment five : Memories of the Game: Ron Leflore 3
Segment six : Rattle the Lumber with Ken Korach

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May 31, 2007   1 Comment

Right Off The Bat 5/9/07

Right Off The Bat with Marty Lurie

Segment one : Marty opens the show
Segment two : Phone Guest – Soren Petro (Host of "The Program" radio show)
Segment three : Phone Guest – Bob Hard(Oakland’s AA farm club Rock Hounds Broadcaster)
Segment four : Marty’s Awards
Segment five : Memories of the Game: Marcel Lachemann
Segment six : Rattle the Lumber with Ken Korach

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May 12, 2007   No Comments

Right off the Bat 4/09/07 Opening Day at Oakland vs. White Sox

Right Off The Bat with Marty Lurie

Segment one : Marty opens the show
Segment two : Interview – Ray Ratto
Segment three : Marty
Segment four : Interview – Mark Gonzalez
Segment five : Memories of the Game: Bob Geren
Segment six : Rattle the Lumber with Ken Korach

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April 11, 2007   No Comments

Right off the Bat Special Interview

Spring Break Interview with Dan Haren

Listen to Marty and Dan as they discuss off-season moves, New pitches, Spring Training, and the 2007 baseball season.

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March 3, 2007   No Comments