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Listen to the Weekly Digest @ 8pm

By Mike Silva ~ April 22nd, 2012. Filed under: Radio Show.

Join me on this rainy Sunday night to recap the week of New York baseball.

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Leading off is Hart Seely, author of the book “The JuJu Rules.” Hart, a Yankees fan, will tell us how he helps the Bombers win games from his couch!

Award-winning sports columnist for Connecticut’s Valley Times, Bob Lazzari, will talk about the wild weekend at Fenway for the Yankees and Red Sox.

Remember collecting baseball cards? I do, and that is why Dave Jamieson, author of the book “Mint Condition,” will talk about the lost hobby and ways it can be revived.

Finally, I give a Mets “state of the union” and talk about my issues with Terry Collins in-game management.



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Mike Silva has hosted sports shows on 107.1 FM Champions ESPN Radio Long Island ,1240 AM WGBB , Blog Talk Radio and live from Mickey Mantle’s Restaurant. He’s also built and maintained two popular social media hubs: New York Baseball Digest and Sports Media Watchdog. Mike has broken national and local stories, as well as been mentioned on the YES Network, SNY.tv, WFAN, Sports Illustrated, ESPN, NY Daily News, New York Magazine, Journal News and the NY Post. Contact Mike professionally at mikesilvamedia.com

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1 Response to Listen to the Weekly Digest @ 8pm

  1. Juke Early

    Gee golly — juju is from all that African hoodoo/Voodoo those slaves brought with them in the 1600s( with some pidgin French for wordage). Didn’t you boys ever hear of a mojo & jon de conjeroo from Jamaica mon? guess I was right when I said most jocks & pals slept through school. Let alone read a book ;-)

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