Marty Lurie Talks San Francisco Giants Baseball

Talkin’ Giants’ Baseball.. May 30th

SAT MAY 30th – KNBR 680 GIANTS Postgame w/ Marty Lurie 

Roy Steele: PA announcer for the @Athletics Roy Steele passed away Thursday morning at his home in Auburn, just four days after his good friend Chester Farrow, the A’s longtime scoreboard operator. Rest In Peace to “the Voice of God” Roy Steele . The Coliseum will not be the same without you.

Rich Waltz: Marty talks to Rich Waltz about the most memorable moment he’s seen at a baseball game 

Ron Wotus — PART 1(a): Marty and Bill talking ball with the Giants professor Ron Wotus about the MLB Proposal that would eliminate 42 Minor League Teams if adopted, would reduce Minor League Baseball from 160 teams. Under this proposal, they would have to drop as many as 135 players

Ron Wotus — PART 1(B): More with Marty and Bill talking ball with the Giants 3B Coach Ron Wotus 

Ron Wotus — PART 2: Segment 3 with Marty and Bill talking ball with the Professor Ron Wotus 

Kerry Crowley: Marty talks to Kerry Crowley about his new course for aspiring sportswriters, titled “Your Future in Sportswriting.”

Greatest Game: Marty looks back to one of the Greatest Games in SF Giants History: On Aug 26th, 2014.. Posey hits two homers and Bumgarner flirts with perfection as the Giants beat the Colorado Rockies 3-0 

Mark Simon: Marty talks to Mark A. Simon from Sports Info Solutions about his favorite broadcaster

Henry Schulman: Marty talks to SF Chronicle’s Henry Schulman about MLB shortening the 2020 draft from 40 rounds to 5: Why do the Giants get 2 more draft picks?

Bernie Pleskoff: Marty chats with Bernie Pleskoff about the new draft rules will allow teams to sign an unlimited number of un-drafted players for $20,000

Colleen Edwards: Marty talks to the Marketing Director for River Islands Colleen Edwards about what’s new at River Islands during Phase 2 of the Stay-At-Home order

Chester Farrow: Chester Farrow, longtime scoreboard operator for the Oakland A’s died Sunday after a long battle with cancer. He was 77

Joe Salvatore: Joe Salvatore from the pressbox talking about just 4 days after Oakland A’s scoreboard operator Chester Farrow passed away, their longtime P.A. announcer, Roy Steele, “the voice of God”  also passed Thursday morning at his home in Auburn.

Lowell Cohn: Marty’s Memories of the Game with Lowell Cohn about the time when he saw a triple play when Dodgers played the Mets on May 30th,1962

Bruce Jenkins: Marty and Bruce talks about the passing of A’s PA Announcer Roy Steele this week




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