Marty Lurie Talks San Francisco Giants Baseball

Talking Giants Baseball… July 7th + 8th

SAT JULY 7th – KNBR 680 GIANTS pregame with Marty Lurie
(pic: @itsallyduhh)

(photo: @itsallyduhh)

Barry Bonds: Giants Great Barry Bonds joins Marty and Patrick after the Giants’ Wall of Fame pre-game ceremony

Paul White: Marty and Patrick talk to Paul White about Strasburg: Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg left Saturday’s home game against the Atlanta Braves shortly after he was hit by a comeback ball

Rich Waltz: Marlins play-by-play broadcaster Rich Waltz joins Marty and Patrick at the Public House before the 2nd game of the Marlins series

Paul Dickson: Marty talks to author Paul Dickson  about his new book- “Leo Durocher: Baseball’s Prodigal Son”

Bruce Jenkins: Marty and Bruce looking thru the Windows of Baseball brought to you by Truitt & White

Barry Bloom: Marty talks to Barry Bloom about Bonds getting a plague on the Giants Wall of Fame before Saturday game vs the Marlins

SUN JULY 8th – KNBR 680 GIANTS pregame with Marty Lurie


Jon Miller: Marty’s cross talk with Jon Miller before the All-Star break

Greatest Game- June 25 1968: Marty Lurie and Chris Haft, from, talk about one of the Greatest Games in Giants History:  On June 25th, 1968 Bobby Bonds hit a grand slam in his third at bat in his first major league game.

Bruce Jenkins: Marty talks to Bruce about the All-Star game: could we see some rule changes?

John Eisenberg: Marty talks to author John Eisenberg about his new book- “The Streak: Lou Gehrig, Cal Ripken Jr., and Baseball’s Most Historic Record”

Hank Schulman: Marty and Henry talk about the youth movement heading into July

Andrew Baggarly: Marty talks to Andy Baggs about Cueto: Is there any scouts looking at him today?

Mark Melancon + Michael Deakin: Marty talks to Mark Melancon and “Bug” Michael Deakin joins Marty in the bunker

Goerge Kontos: Marty talks to the Philosopher before the all-star break

Ron Wotus: Class is IN with the Professor Ron Wotus talking about what’s cool in Major League Baseball


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