I’ll be a guest on Sunday, May 20, on the Subway Series edition of New York Baseball Talk with Mike Silva at 9 pm on WGBB 1240 (Long Island). I’ll be talking about the history and the dynamics of the Mets-Yankee rivalry. The show will begin with an interview with Darryl Strawberry, who is up to some great things these days. Check out his foundation:
After Darryl, I’ll come on around 9:22. You can listen live to the show on the radio or on the Web at WGBB
If you can’t listen live, you can listen whenever you want at the website for New York Baseball Talk at Free the Fan Radio:
Just click to hear the May 20 show.
This is a genuinely terrific show. Mike is a civil, intelligent host who brings out the best in the people he speaks with. If you listen to New York sports talk, you know how bad it normally is. New York Baseball Talk is different. There are no stupid, artificial, manufactured controversies. There is conversation. You can learn something. It’s a whole different ballgame. Among the guests Mike has had on his show, in the first month, are Gary Carter, Guy Conti, Matt Cerrone of Mets Blog, Adam Rubin of the Daily News, and me, talking about Opening Day. Mike even finds intelligent, civil Yankees fans to talk to, which is, as you know, an accomplishment in itself. Just kidding. Anyway, I urge you to become a regular listener to a New York Baseball talk show that is actually worth taking the trouble to listen to.