Now available for the first time since their original airdates, Talking Baseball Productions presents over 500 television shows featuring exclusive footage and interviews with legends from every corner of Major League Baseball.
A unique anthology of hundreds of interviews with Baseball's legendary “ambassadors”, Talking Baseball with Ed Randall, delivers insightful, compelling and entertaining "one on one" conversations with baseball's greatest legends. Ed's comprehensive knowledge, passion and devotion to the game provides the viewer a compelling and personal portrait that only an experienced broadcasting pro like Randall can deliver to an audience.
From the late 80's through the early 2000’s, Ed hosted over 500 half-hours of Talking Baseball with Ed Randall, a weekly half hour television show that aired on FOX Sports Net. Each half hour is a baseball jewel featuring exclusive footage and interviews with legends from every corner of Major League Baseball including the great Players, Managers, Umpires, Writers, Announcers, Executives, Actors and Politicians.
Whether they be first names... Mickey…Yogi…Whitey…Rollie…Goose…Ferguson
Whether they be last names... Killebrew…Cepeda…Marichal…DiMaggio…Schmidt
Whether they be nicknames… Tom Terrific…Stan the Man…The Splendid Splinter
If you’re a baseball fan, all these names instantly conjure baseball royalty. They are synonymous with legendary performances and bigger than life personalities.
Now, for the very first time, this extraordinary and archival interview library covering more than nine decades is being digitally re-stored and for the first time since their original and only air-dates - being released in special “Team" collections. See and hear the legends of the Yankees, Dodgers, Cubs and other major league baseball clubs talk about the game, players and their personal lives. Each DVD will feature four to six exclusive interviews. The individual interviews will also be available for download and streaming in a wide range of digital sources including ITunes, HULU, Netflix.
Ed Randall is one of the foremost journalists in the history of baseball and the host of the radio program Ed Randall’s Talking Baseball which airs on New York's WFAN-AM Sunday Mornings and nationally on Sirius XM Radio's MLB Home Plate channel Saturday Mornings. Ed is also the Television Post Game Host for the New York Yankees on My9 Network in the New York Tri-State area. During his broadcast career he has called television play-by-play for New York minor-league teams and served as a “pinch-hitter”, the only time it had ever been allowed, for the legendary Public Address announcer for the New York Yankees, Bob Sheppard. Ed is a survivor of prostate cancer and founder of Bat for the Cure.