Down on the Korner: Ralph Kiner and Kiner's Korner
April 19, 2016
6.2 X 1.0 X 9.1 inches | 0.85 pounds
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About the Author
Mark Rosenman has been covering sports since 1979, as an on-air talk show host on Cablevision, WGLI, and WGBB. He is currently the host and producer of Sports-Talk-NY on WLIE 540 AM. He is credentialed with the National Hockey League and covers both the Islanders and Rangers, and is credentialed with Major League Baseball and covers the New York Mets. He lives in Commack, New York. Howie Karpin has been a sports reporter for more than thirty years and has covered everything from the World Series to the Stanley Cup finals. He is an accredited official scorer for Major League Baseball in New York and is a contributor to Mad Dog Sports Radio, MLB Radio, and NFL Radio. With Mark Rosenman, he is coauthor of Shoot to Thrill: The History of Hockey's Shootout. He lives in the Bronx, New York.
"There are plenty of nuggets to be mined in an oral history featuring the best of the 65 to 70 players the authors interviewed about their Kiner's Korner memories. What comes through is how much respect the players had for Kiner, and how much reverence some had for the show itself, especially those who grew up with it in the New York area." --Newsday "A fun book. . . . It was rare and fun to see guys talking about the game in detail, and Karpin and Rosenman do a great job recapturing that experience." --Matthew Cerrone, MetsBlog