In yesterday’s interview with Rudy Guiliani, transcript here, before turning to politics and the elections, I asked the mayor which baseball game had been the best he’d ever seen in person. You can read the transcript to see his answer.
Perhaps the best baseball game of my lifetime was Game Six of the 1975 World Series between the Reds and the Red Sox. The drama of that game and of the era in which it occurred is captured in a truly wonderful book by Mark Frost which you will find an incredible treat if you care even a lick about baseball.
Frost will join me for an hour on today’s show, which just so happens to be the day of another Game Six.