Marty Lurie Talks San Francisco Giants Baseball

Next Inside Baseball Rescheduled

Due to some legal issues with KYCY the next Inside Baseball Show will not be heard as originally planned Tuesday December 6th, but instead will return on December 21st.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

Winter meetings should be quite interesting. Rangers need bull pen help, Nomar might go back to the Cubs because they whiffed on Rafael Furcal. Manny to the Angels? It’s not impossible.

Weather is beautiful in Florida. I could get used to this vacation stuff.

Tomorrow I’m interviewing one of the former Phillies Whiz Kids, NL 1950 Champs, Steve Ridzik.



1 Anonymous { 12.06.05 at 8:56 pm }

Legal Issues?? What Legal Issues? Not a promising start to a relationship with what many of us suspect would be the A’s flagship in ’06. And the fact that you came right out and said it instead of just calling it a “postponement” leads me to think we many not be out of the “radio woods” yet.


2 Anonymous { 12.07.05 at 11:37 am }

Not to worry, they need to have all the contracts in place with the bigwigs at the corporate headquarters and I got caught in the slowness of the legal beagles. Being a former criminal lawyer, after now dealing with corporate types, sometimes the criminal system had faster results.
The A’s network actally once it is announced will be stronger than ever before, you’ll just have to see which station gives the best reception.
So back with more baseball news on the 21st with Inside Baseball.
How about the money being thrown at Kevin Millwood? Seattle wants him for maybe 8-10 million, where does that put Zito’s worth next season?
Frank Thomas all of a sudden has the Twins interested in him, maybe the Angels will go after him too.

3 Anonymous { 12.08.05 at 9:42 pm }


Wonder if the A’s would be interested in the right-handed hitting Shea Hillenbrand? Now that the Blue Jays have acquired Lyle Overbay, I imagine Hillenbrand could be dealt. His numbers look very good:

.343 OBP, 19 home runs along with a .291 average.

I think as a DH and a guy who can spell Chavez now and again, plus even play some first against tough lefties, Hillenbrand would be a solid choice.

Of course, with the logjam at the corners, the Blue Jays could keep Hillenbrand and trade Hinske, or even Overbay himself.


4 Anonymous { 09.22.07 at 1:13 pm }

5 Anonymous { 09.22.07 at 1:50 pm }

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