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Docs Clubhouse

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Jon has been producing award-winning media and experiences in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles for thirty years. His work has been seen at Disney theme parks worldwide, Seattle's Science Fiction Museum & Hall of... more

In addition to over 25,000 articles about baseball, Dan Schlossberg has authored and co-authored 38 books, and is one of the country's premier baseball experts - often traveling to promote book projects, interview baseball players, or complete... more

The Doctor of Baseball, Eric Lenaburg, brings in a fellow heavy hitter in online broadcasting... Ralph Tyko of the Comfortably Zoned Radio Network joins Doc this week in the clubhouse. Ralph hosts a number of shows that focus... more

Seth Swirsky is the renouned baseball memorabelia collector that has writter three best selling books about baseball which include: Baseball Letters, Every Pitcher Tells a Story and Something To Write Home About. Seth is also the filmaker... more

Seth Swirsky is the renouned baseball memorabelia collector that has writter three best selling books about baseball which include: Baseball Letters, Every Pitcher Tells a Story and Something To Write Home About. Seth is also the filmaker... more

Eric Lenaburg, "The Doctor of Baseball" invites you to be a part of his first auction for charity to benefit The Lats Legacy Foundation! Phoenix television personality Catherine Anaya and returning Catcher Jim Campanis Jr. join forces with Doc to... more

Baseball legend Duffy Dyer is in The Clubhouse this Friday. Duffy talks with The Doctor of Baseball about his 14-year MLB career, including playing for Gil Hodges as a member of the 1969 World Series Champion New York Mets.

Join Doc in the clubhouse this week with special guest, Mark Littell! Mark Littell, pitched from 1973 to 1982 for the Kansas City Royals and St. Louis Cardinals. Mark had a lifetime ERA of 3.32 and saved 56 games from 1976 to 1981 and... more

http://jonhuizingapitchingcoach.com The Doctor of Baseball, Eric Lenaburg, shares some 1x1 time with player and pitching coach Jon Huizinga! After the interview, Jon gave Doc a tour of his home where he was working with these... more

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