September 2015: BBC World Service/Sportshour “One Last Yogiism”
Pinstripe Pride: The Inside Story of the New York Yankees Hardcover: 288 pages Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers (Age Range: 8 – 12 years) (February 17, 2015) Get the complete story of the Yankees, from Babe Ruth… Continue Reading
I think most people take their children to their first game at too young an age. I know I did. I took my son to his first game when he wasn’t even three. He loved the ice cream, and when… Continue Reading
In case you missed this, listen in as Marty Appel talks about Derek Jeter on The Press Box, 95.7FM/950 AM ESPN Rochester, September 2014.
Paul Waner When Paul Waner got his 3,000th hit in 1942, he was the only player between Eddie Collins (1925) and Stan Musial (1958) to achieve that feat. It was a span of 33 years, and no one but Waner… Continue Reading
Mel Ott & His Enduring Home Run Record The tragic death of St. Louis Cardinals rookie Oscar Taveras during the World Series, victim of an auto accident in the Dominican Republic, brings to mind another ballplayer who died a similar… Continue Reading
The Boston Globe, September 28, 2014 Derek Jeter’s farewell in Boston evokes memories of Mickey Mantle The coincidences are too startling to overlook. So are the differences. Derek Jeter, the face of the Yankees — and maybe the face of… Continue Reading
[spreaker type=standard width=100% autoplay=false episode_id=4824051] Zig is joined by Marty Appel, author of Pinstripe Empire and Fred L. Lazarus, newest podcaster in the industry.
New York, July 17, 2014 : Marty Appel speaks at Bergino’s Baseball Clubhouse about Phil Rizzuto, Babe Ruth, Little Ray Kelly, Little Johnny Sylvester.
JULY 12, 2014, 8:15 AM Marty Appel, author of “Pinstripe Empire,” joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss Babe Ruth’s lasting impact on the game of baseball. http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/remembering-babe-ruths-mlb-debut-100-years-later/