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Weekly Digest @ 10pm on 1240 AM WGBB

By Mike Silva ~ April 29th, 2012. Filed under: Radio Show.

Tonight I will be live from the studio of 1240 AM WGBB.

Former big leaguer Frank Catalanotto will kick off the show. Frank recently published a book called “Heart and Hustle: An Unlikely Journey from Little Leaguer to Big Leaguer.

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I will talk about the homegrown Mets and their surprising April start.

MLB.com contributor Jed Weisberger gives his take on the state of Andy Pettitte‘s comeback, the Yankees rotation and whether Michael Pineda was damaged goods when he arrived from Seattle.


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2 Responses to Weekly Digest @ 10pm on 1240 AM WGBB

  1. Juke Early

    That creep in Seattle screwed the Yankees w/Cliff Lee. And now Pinata. Cashman no longer has any cred, because Pud Selig is conspiring to ruin the NYY & create vanilla parity in MLB. Real competing business is not like this—the haves get the big deals & profits. Congress needs to change the antiquated anti-trust laws protecting fossils like Selig & his fat white cronies.

  2. Juke Early

    Frank Catalanotto was a great guest. If he ever wants to ( after his girls grow more ), somebody should sign that guy to do sports talk or color on games. It was like listening to a couple of friends talking. Not all players — active or former — are that comfortable just speaking off the cuff.

    Despite some grumbling from me here, right from the beginning I’ve said Mike Silva gets excellent guests from all points of the baseball circle. Kudos all around to Mike & Frank.

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