• 00:26

    7/27: Live from Cooperstown

    in Baseball

    Jane, Ian and Dan discuss the weekend in Cooperstown, Mike Minor's struggles and more in Braves baseball.

  • 02:01

    LL Sports 2 - "Welcome to Cooperstown!"

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    Welcome to LL SPORTS 2!  A sports show for everyone!! – but for the ladies, we’ll get an opportunity each show to teach you some of the fundamentals of baseball, basketball or football.  We promise to never answer your questions with "not right now, the game is on!"

    Tune in as the ladies discuss the Atlanta Braves takeover of Cooperstown this weekend! All the latest in MLB and NBA headlines, and NFL training camp is here!!!

    All of this plus the Wednesday Wikipedia, the Ladies Learn Moment, your phone calls, comments, questions and much much more!

    Join TJ & TIFF Wed. @8p est!

  • 00:31

    PAM Time - PETE Rose: Cooperstown Trainman Singer

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    Pam Time - Pete Rose: Cooperstown Trainman Singer

    Join me as I interview the great Pete Rose, who is known for kicking up some great country music on the train in Cooperstown, NY. Listen to three of his songs (Second Time Around, Southbound Special, and I've Got Jesus On My Mind) and reminisce about some upstate baseball and music history! 

    “ALL ABOARD!” – Pete Rose is a singer/songwriter from Holland Patent, NY. He works as a rolling musician on the train from Milford to Cooperstown, New York – The Cooperstown Blues Express. As the whistle blows, riders enjoy a fun filled adventure, as well as, get to listen to the Rock Blues, Bluegrass, Country melodies of “Trainman Pete”.  As they listen to him perform his songs, the historic train ride becomes more of an adventure, as people enjoy his sultry voice and bluesy style of entertainment.

    At the early age of 14, Pete began his career as a vocalist for the Mickey Barnett Band back in 1967. He sang along side people like Marvin Rainwater, Melba Montgomery, Bobby Helmes & Elton Brit and eventually started his own band in Rockland County, New York. After meeting Bobby Ace Schaffer, Pete later went on to record 3 Albums and is currently working on the fourth. His song, “Railroad Riding Mama,” was number 1 on the European Charts, for 14 straight weeks. Pete also worked with such greats as the talented, Tommy Cash, at the 2008 Chenago County Fair.  In 2010, on the Joey Reynolds Show, Pete sang LIVE on the WWOR Radio Station. Hoping to touch people’s hearts with his gospel music, “Trainman Pete” continues to this day to perform in Country Gospel Concerts.

    Join me for a fun half hour on PAM Time. It' ---PAM - Time!!!

    PAM Murphy

  • 00:33

    The Cooperstown Show

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    We talk Hall of Fame inductees! Plus a special surprise for all A's fans in the RF Bleachers. We discuss on Gold Jersey Dynasty! 

  • 00:19

    SpotLight on Business: Cooperstown NY - Bill Swiac

    in Business

    Bill Swiac is an independent business owner in Cooperstown New York running an Outdoor Guide Service. He offers camping, hunting, and fishing outings for all levels of experience. He specializes in Upland Game Bird Hunting as well as Fly Fishing. Bill is Region 3 Director for the New York State Outdoor Guides Association and the President of the Mid-Hudson Ruffed Grouse Society. He is organizing the first annual hunting event in conjunction with the DEP, RGS, and Wounded Warrior Project in the Cooperstown area.
    The guiding profession has a very long, rich and colorful history in New York State. Since the early 1800's, guides have been providing safe and comfortable travel to remote regions of the state. Legendary guides such as Orson "Old Mountain" Phelps, Mitchell Sabatis and John Cheney practiced their trade in the Adirondacks and are recognized as the forefathers of today's professional licensed New York State guides. Source

  • 01:01

    Fanatic Radio 9/5/14 - September 5, 2014

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    Before the NFL kicks off, we are joined by two special baseball guests, Kendra Levesque and director Jeffrey Radice for our Weekly Conversation. Radice is the director of the upcoming film, No No: A Dockumentary, the life of former Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Dock Ellis and his everlasting change on the culture of baseball including his famous no hitter on LSD. Kendra is the first female to win the King of Swat homerun derby title at the Cooperstown (N.Y.) Dreams Park and played in the tournament with the Sparks, a little league all-girls team competing against the boys. As the NFL begins, the fines, penalties and drama surrounds the first week of football and Fanatic Radio is read to break it down - as well as what themes to look out for.

  • 01:52

    Why Vada Pinson should be in the baseball Hall of Fame plus a James Brown tribut

    in History

    Who was Vada Pinson? A solid All Star baseball player of the sixties and seventies, primarily with the Cincinnati Reds. But does he deserve to be in the Hall of Fame. His son, Vada Pinson III, will discuss the reasons his father should join the greats in Cooperstown.

    In honor of the opening of the movie Get on Up, I'll be playing 45 minutes of James Brown music

  • 00:16

    Should PED Users Be Voted Into The MLB Hall Of Fame?

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    Bobby Cox, Tony La Russa, Tom Glavine, Frank Thomas, Greg Maddux, and Joe Torre were recently enshrined in the baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. That got me wondering if known or alledged PED users such as Barry Bonds, Mark McGwire, and others who are still on the Hall of Fame ballot will ever get in as well.

    Gary "Kool" Ayd of MediaAidEntertainment.com stops by and discusses this topic.

  • 02:35

    Special Edition: North Brunswick Raiders 12U Baseball vs. Jersey Intensity

    in Baseball

        We are at North Brunswick Community Park, where we take a look at the 12U North Brunswick Raiders vs. the Jersey Intensity on this special summer edition of North Brunswick Raiders Baseball, as both teams are destined for Cooperstown Dreams Park in Cooperstown, New York..

  • 01:30

    Bury My Heart at Cooperstown

    in Sports

    Hear host Mike Silva and author Frank Russo discuss his book "Bury My Heart at Cooperstown: Salacious, Sad, and Surreal Deaths in the History of Baseball" on a special Halloween edition of NY Baseball Digest. Frank will also give us updates about the latest from his "rumor mill"

  • 00:12

    Christian Devotions Speak UP! REBROADCAST Eric Thompson

    in Baseball

    Eric Thompson is a three-time presenter at SABR (Society for American Baseball Research) national conventions concerning baseball's first expansion between 1960 and 1962. A retired high school mathematics teacher and a life-long Cleveland Indians' fan, Thompson coached youth baseball and served as an assistant high school baseball coach for many years. Today Thompson plays softball in The Babes of 1916 senior league for players 65 and over. Eric lives in Solon, OH, with Colleen, his wife for 44 years. He has three grown children and four grandchildren.

    In Baseball's LOST Tradition: Two Eight-Team Leagues, Thompson took on the challenge of researching and reporting the history of baseball's first organized expansion and then switched gears to a unique mathematical application to the statistical side of the game, all in the interest of his favorite topic, baseball. This year's poster presentation at the SABR national convention will reflect an extension of the mathematical application between 1961 and 1976.

    On a different level, Thompson recently released the first two books in the Cooperstown Tales series: Book 1: A Providential Meeting and Book 2: A Trilogy. The series recounts the life in Cooperstown, NY, of two fictional characters, Vance Winkles and Connie Gillis, with a backdrop of factual (mostly baseball) history.

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