“Ralph Kiner was a jewel. He loved the game of baseball. He loved to talk baseball.” -Tom Seaver
One of the staples of the long and storied history of baseball on television is the postgame show, and none was more beloved than “Kiner’s Korner.” From the early 1960s into the 1990s, Hall of Famer and iconic broadcaster Ralph Kiner hosted the show that brought players into the homes of fans across the nation.
“Down on the Korner” — from the host, to the set, to the guests, to the stories amassed over more than thirty-two years on the air. Authors Mark Rosenman and Howie Karpin will take us behind the scenes.
Join us in the Bergino Baseball Clubhouse on July 14. RSVP required to attend.
Autographed and personalized copies of “Down On The Korner” will be available for purchase. The authors will sign only books purchased in the Clubhouse.
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 “SportsTalkNY” on WLIE 540 AM.
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.