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LIVE at 2pm ET, the Brooklyn Trolley Blogger Mike Lecolant and Sam Maxwell come together to discuss the late Joe Pignatano, who unfortunately passed at age 92 the other day. Joe was born and raised in Brooklyn, got a few ABs with the '57 team, then made an impact on the New York National League scene once more as both a '62 Met and a coach on the '…
 
LIVE at 8pm ET, we continue to make our way around Brooklyn on-location, coming to you LIVE from the Old Stone House in Park Slope's Washington Park with Executive Director Kim Maier! Kim Maier is the Executive Director of the Old Stone House & Washington Park - a community-based history, culture and environmental organization that is the conservan…
 
LIVE at 8pm ET, we welcome back NYGPS's Gary Mintz to the program! Gary will bring us up to speed on the latest from the Society's plentiful zoom chats had about the Dodgers' Manhattan rivals, as well as any other tidbits about the history of the franchise that has been on his mind. So, join us at 8pm ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sull…
 
LIVE at 8pm ET, the Brooklyn Trolley Blogger Mike Lecolant and the Brooklyn Borough Historian Ron Schweiger join us to talk about their favorite things to do in Brooklyn once the winter turns to spring, from the shores of Bay Ridge to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and this year, for the first time since 1957, professional baseball. So, join us for o…
 
LIVE at 8pm ET, our 154th episode takes us up the BQE to the Triboro Bridge for some tristate chatter with the Bronx native Rob Lopez. Rob grew up a Yankees fan in the Bronx, hearing plenty of stories about the Polo Grounds and Ebbets Field from his older relatives. We'll discuss his lifelong fascination with the overall baseball history of New Yor…
 
LIVE at 8pm ET, we welcome Once Upon a Time in Queens director Nick Davis to the program as well as returning guest Greg Prince, author and blogger of Faith and Fear in Flushing. We'll discuss Nick Davis's ESPN 30 for 30 documentary on the 1986 Mets as well as the team's place in the overall New York National League legacy. So, join us at 8pm ET fo…
 
LIVE at 8pm ET, we welcome author John G. Zinn, writer of "Charles Ebbets: The Man Behind the Dodgers and Brooklyn's Beloved Ballpark." A lifelong New Jersey resident, John Zinn is the author of five books including three about the Brooklyn Dodgers as well as numerous essays and articles. He also writes a baseball history blog entitled A Manly Past…
 
LIVE at 8pm ET, Peter Golenbock, author of "Bums: An Oral History of the Brooklyn Dodgers," joins the podcast to discuss his experience writing about the team, the legacy of the Dodgers, and his own personal baseball fandom history. Plus much more...Listen in LIVE at 8!Bedford And Sullivan Brooklyn による
 
LIVE at 8pm ET, we celebrate the end of the year with the Brooklyn Trolley Blogger Mike Lecolant and Dodgers superfan Rob Barnes, talking whatever is on our minds regarding Brooklyn and its Dodgers, including Gil Hodges' Hall of Fame induction. Join us LIVE at 8, and a blessed new year to you and yours.…
 
Baseball & BBQ's Jeff Cohen and Len Aberman join us to discuss the Hall of Fame candidacy of Gil Hodges. With the vote coming up on the 5th of December, we discuss the what we hope to be a election 70 years in the making. Along with the Brooklyn Trolley Blogger Mike Lecolant...and a SURPRISE APPEARANCE by Carl Erskine! What an episode. GET GIL HODG…
 
We're not wasting any time getting right to our 148th episode. LIVE at 8pm ET tonight, Coney Island's own Sheldon "Shelly" Sacks calls in to discuss being born in Brooklyn in 1937, growing up in Coney Island and following the Dodgers out west in 1961, where he practiced law till he retired. So, join us for a hearty Brooklyn discussion on the latest…
 
LIVE, Sunday, at 6:00 pm (EST), The Bedford & Sullivan Podcast welcomes back Negro Leagues Baseball historian and founder of The Donaldson Network, Peter Gorton. Based in Minnesota, Peter leads a group of historians dedicated to discovering the lost legacy of John Wesley Donaldson. Hosted by Brooklyn Trolley Blogger Michael Lecolant, Sunday's episo…
 
LIVE at 8pm ET, we gather to discuss what autumn is like in Brooklyn, what each of our guests, Mike Lecolant and Phil Maillard, think about first when Brooklyn in the fall comes to mind, and wherever else the conversation takes us. so, join us LIVE at 8 for the latest Bedford & Sullivan podcast!Bedford And Sullivan Brooklyn による
 
LIVE at 10am ET, Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher Carl Erskine helps to break down the job the grounds crew does manicuring the ballfield, setting the mound in position, etc. We'll get deep into the behind the scenes look at how maintaining the ballfield plays into building a competitive advantage. Join us LIVE at 10!…
 
LIVE at 1pm ET, the Brooklyn Trolley Blogger Mike Lecolant and I discussing all the happenings this Spring and Summer in Brooklyn, including baseball's triumphant return to action at Coney Island with the Cyclone and the championship-hungry Brooklyn Nets. So, join us LIVE at 1pm ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan Podcast!…
 
LIVE at 4pm ET, we celebrate Jackie Robinson Day with Negro League historian Phil Dixon and the Brooklyn Trolley Blogger Mike Lecolant. We'll discuss the historic day of April 15, 1947, the '47 Dodgers, and Jackie's lasting legacy. So, join us LIVE at 4pm ET with the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!…
 
LIVE at 8pm ET, Dodgers superfan Rob Barnes and the Brooklyn Trolley Blogger Mike Lecolant come together to talk the history of Springtime for Brooklyn and springtime for the team that Brooklyn made. Join us LIVE at 8!Bedford And Sullivan Brooklyn による
 
LIVE, Saturday at 7:00 pm (EST), A Bedford and Sullivan Podcast welcomes Negro Leagues Baseball historian and founder of The Donaldson Network, Peter Gorton. Based in Minnesota, Peter leads a group of historians dedicated to discovering the lost legacy of John Wesley Donaldson. Hosted by Brooklyn Trolley Blogger Michael Lecolant, Saturday's episode…
 
LIVE at 8pm ET, our dinner table is full as we invite a slew of guests on for a conversation before the month is through of Jackie Robinson, the Negro Leagues and the need to study Black History all year round. Tonight, the Brooklyn Trolley Blogger Mike Lecolant, Negro League Historian Phil S. Dixon, filmmaker and Brooklynite Phil Maillard, author …
 
LIVE at 10am ET, We'll talk to Carl Erksine about his memories of the late Tommy Lasorda and the late Henry Aaron. Joining us for the conversation will also be Bob McGee, author of "The Greatest Ballpark Ever." Join us LIVE at 10!Bedford And Sullivan Brooklyn による
 
LIVE at 11am ET, Brooklyn Borough Historian Ron Schweiger talks the history of Brighton Beach, including its past resort glory, thoroughbred horse racing and its heav Jewish population. Listen in LIVE at 11!Bedford And Sullivan Brooklyn による
 
LIVE at 11am ET, New York Giants Preservation Society's Gary Mintz joins us for a check-in on the Giants' side of the research process. We'll discuss his memories of Tommy Lasorda growing up an SF Giants fan, as well as the work he has been doing during the pandemic, administering zoom meetings with members of the society. Join us LIVE at 11am ET!…
 
Happy new year, folks. We hope you are all safe and healthy out there. The baseball and Dodger family lost a beloved member this past week when Tommy Lasorda passed at the age of 93. With help from Dodgers superfan Rob Barnes, we'lldiscuss his baseball beginnings as a pitcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers, his journey as a coach in the minor leagues, an…
 
LIVE at 4:30pm ET, the Bedford & Sullivan podcast welcomes Negro League historian Phil S. Dixon to the program once more. Major League Baseball recently announced they will acknowledge the Negro Leagues as a bona fide Major League. We'll discuss what this means for the inclusion of the stats aside the record books, what stats will be deemed the aut…
 
LIVE at 10am ET, Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher Carl Erskine goes into how he spent most offseasons during his time pitching in the big leagues. We'll also go into his post-baseball banking career. So, join us LIVE at 10am ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!Bedford And Sullivan Brooklyn による
 
LIVE at 2pm ET, the Brooklyn borough Historian Ron Schweiger joins us to talk about the consolidation of the boroughs of the City of New York, and Brooklyn's major reluctance to do so. Join us LIVE at 8!Bedford And Sullivan Brooklyn による
 
LIVE at 8pm ET, we are once again joined by Sheepshead Bay native, broadcaster Howard Kellman! Howard has been broadcasting AAA Indianapolis Indians games since 1974, including some years with our favorite, Mr. Carl Erskine. On the heels of Vin Scully's 93rd birthday, we talk the history of broadcasting, Brooklyn's humungous role in its evolution, …
 
LIVE at 11am EST, we get back into the swing of things with a hearty autumn conversation about both Brooklyn and the Dodgers franchise. On one side, we have Mike Lecolant, the Brooklyn Trolley Blogger, who grew up in Brooklyn witin the echoes of the Dodgers leaving. On the other side, we have Rob Barnes, a Dodgers fanatic who grew up in Illinois ta…
 
Happy Thursday to you all! LIVE at 10am ET, we continue looking at the history of Negro League Baseball 100 years after their inception. Brooklyn Trolley Blogger Mike Lecolant and Negro League historian Phil Dixon joins us for a discussion on the games played at Ebbets Field over the years, as well as the history of the World Series in the Negro Le…
 
I hope you're all having a wonderful and healthy September...and l'shana tova to our Jewish listeners! LIVE at 1pm ET, reporter and TV host Julie Alexandria and her father, Professor Don Schwartz, join Bedford & Sullivan! Julie Alexandria is a sports and entertainment host and On Field MLB reporter. She has covered the Mets, Nationals and Padres an…
 
LIVE at 10am ET, we welcome Steve Dugan to the program! Born in South Carolina in 1950, Steve has practiced law for 40 years in Georgia and now Mobile, Alabama. He speaks of New York like Emerald City, a mythic place where the fact people live there stupifies him. We'll talk of the perception of New York outside the tristate area, and how the Honey…
 
LIVE at 2:00pm (EST), we welcome back to the show Negro Leagues historian, author and speaker Phil Dixon. Joined also by the Brooklyn Trolley Blogger Michael Lecolant, host Sam Maxwell leads a celebratory discussion covering the Negro National League centennial. A vast history prior to 1920 likewise awaits exploration. The nuances of barnstorming a…
 
LIVE at 3pm ET, Brooklyn Borough Historian Ron Schweiger will discuss the history of Prospect Park; its design, its construction, the feelings of the creators compared and contrasted with one of their other crowning achievements, Central Park, as well as its Revolutionary War history. Join us LIVE at 3pm ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & S…
 
LIVE at 10am ET, we're thrilled to welcome Pirates slugger Frank Thomas and Dodgers pitcher Carl Erskine to the podcast for the first time on the same show. They'll break down some of their classic matchups against each other, detailing what it is like to be a pitcher vs. hitter. Join us LIVE at 10am ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sulli…
 
LIVE at 10:30am ET, Greg Prince of Faith and Fear in Flushing joins us as the baseball season gets underway, albeit with major concerns of whether there will even be completion because of COVID-19. Outside of the uncertainy, we'll discuss what it is about the NL legacy of New York that continues to have similar heartbreaking results over the years …
 
LIVE at 10am ET, the original Frank Thomas joins us on the Bedford & Sullivan podcast! Mr. Thomas played 16 seasons for the Pirates, the Cubs, the Reds, the Braves, the Phillies, the Astros and the Mets. We'll talk about his beginnings as a youth in Pittsburgh, what it was like playing for his hometown team, his experience as an opponent in Brookly…
 
Welcome to the dog days of summer! LIVE at 10am ET, Mr. Carl Erskine, oneadose Boys of Summer himself, continues his in-depth help to the research process, today detailing what players' lifestyles were like back then, and how the reserve clause was a main deterrent in one particular area. So, join us LIVE at 10am ET for the latest edition of the Be…
 
LIVE at 4pm ET, we welcome back Brooklyn born Larry King to the Bedford & Sullivan podcast! Today, we will focus on Larry's childhood in the 30's...his first memories of Brooklyn, first memories of the Dodgers, as well as his first memories of baseball on the radio. So, join us LIVE at 4pm ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast…
 
Hope you all had a wonderful July 4th weekend! LIVE at 2pm ET, author David Krell joins the Bedford & Sullivan podcast! Along with being the chair of SABR's Northern New Jersey chapter, David wrote "Our Bums: The Brooklyn Dodgers in History, Memory and Popular Culture." He'll discuss what prompted him to write the book, some of his favorite moments…
 
Happy 4th of July, Brooklyn and beyond! For the 118th episode, we're LIVE at 3pm ET with Midwood native Judy Kaiser! Judy will have a funny story on how we met, after which we'll discuss her experience growing up on Avenue I around the corner from Brooklyn College, as well, of course, about the Dodgers. Join us LIVE at 3pm ET!…
 
The research process marches on as we welcome Brooklyn-born Robert Keyserling to the 117th episode! Bob was just a kid when the Dodgers left for LA, devestating him and countless other young and old fans in 1957. He'll talk about that, the magical feeling you felt rooting for the Dodgers before they left, as well as his experiences at the Dept of W…
 
LIVE at 2pm ET, the Brooklyn Borough Historian Ron Schweiger gives us a history lesson in the neighborhoods of Midwood and West Midwood, located in the south-central area of the borough. So, join us LIVE at 2pm ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!Bedford And Sullivan Brooklyn による
 
Marching along with the research process, we welcome Dennis Champney to the program! Dennis began his life rooting on the Dodgers from the border of Brooklyn and Queens in the neighborhood of Ridgewood, clapping erasers at St. Brigid's and enjoying a feral childhood. He was devastated when the Dodgers left, a year before he and his family moved to …
 
We continue with the research process, bringing back Brian Sidney Parrott, Harold Parrott's son. Harold used to write for the Brooklyn Eagle before a long career with the Dodgers, performing numerous jobs including the traveling secretary. We will focus on the journalist side of his life, not only discussing his time as a sports reporter but the br…
 
I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy. LIVE at 10am ET, Dodgers pitcher Carl Erskine will call into the show to discuss his childhood in Anderson, IN, during the 1930's. So, join us LIVE at 10am ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!Bedford And Sullivan Brooklyn による
 
We keep churning the Brooklyn butter along. LIVE at 2:30pm ET, Brooklyn born Stephen Keane joins us to talk about growing up in Sunset Park with a Giants fan as a dad, the tensions with his Dodger fan brothers, and other tales from the rivalry. Make sure you're tuning in LIVE at 2:30pm ET!Bedford And Sullivan Brooklyn による
 
We march on with the Bedford & Sullivan podcast, and today, welcome retired attorney and teacher Joe Margolin to the program. Joe is a friend of the NY Giants Preservation Society's Gary Mintz, who was gracious enough to connect us. Joe was born in Brooklyn but moved to Long Island when he was 3. His dad's law offices, however, stayed in downtown B…
 
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