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Let's Talk Baseball! With Marty Lurie & Ron Wotus

Date: June 13, 2019
Time: 5:30 to 7 pm
Location: Priest Ranch Tasting Room, 6490 Washington St, Yountville, CA
RSVP: Online, email or call (707) 944-8200.  Reservations strongly recommended, but not required.

If you're a fan of the San Francisco Giants or just baseball in general, this is an event you won't want to miss.  Join us in hosting Marty Lurie, SF Giants sports commentator on KNBR, and Ron Wotus, SF Giants third-base coach, for a fireside chat at our Yountville tasting room.  Listen to Marty and Ron share stories and answer questions over a glass of wine on our patio in this intimate setting.  

Marty Lurie
Nobody logs more hours on KNBR 680 during the San Francisco Giants season than Marty Lurie. A former attorney with a true love of the game, Marty decided years ago to put away the law books and focus on the scorebooks. Marty has an almost photographic memory when it comes to baseball. He’s just as adept at talking about a game from the early 1950s as he is talking about the 2014 World Series. You can catch Marty Lurie broadcasting live from the patio of the Public House restaurant every Saturday and Sunday starting about four hours before first pitch. He’ll also be on the air for about three hours after the game taking phone calls from across the Giants’ fan base. If you love baseball, you’ll love listening to Marty Lurie.  - KNBR.com

Ron Wotus
Ron Wotus will begin his 32nd year within the Giants organization and his 22nd on the Major League coaching staff. Wotus, who joined the Giants' staff as a third-base coach in 1998, is the longest-tenured coach in franchise history. He has worked under Dusty Baker, Felipe Alou and since the 2007 season, Bruce Bochy. Wotus will handle the third base coaching duties for the second consecutive season after having been the team's bench coach for the previous 19 seasons. He will continue to oversee infield instruction, positioning, and strategy and will work with the players on baserunning. - MLB.com

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