There must be something about the unwritten rules that makes this book appeal to stations whose listeners love Terry Gross even more than WFAN listeners loved Mike and the Mad Dog. Perhaps it’s the sociological bent. Or maybe they just dig Nolan Ryan.
Either way, I was on WNPR in Connecticut this afternoon for a delightful chat with Patrick Skahill, a guy who had clearly read (and, no less important, appreciated) The Baseball Codes.
You can find it here. My segment begins at the 16:30 mark. (For my previous NPR appearance, in Albany, NY, go here.)