David Pietrusza
on TV
David Pietrusza has appeared on:

Sports Century
appearances have included the
following episodes:

As well as the Sports Center Flashback:

and on Who's Number 1?

And onTop 5 Reasons You Can't Blame:

David Pietrusza has appeared on such
major local TV outlets as:

  • NY 1's "Inside City Hall"
  • WNYW's "Good Morning, New
    York" with Donna Hanover
  • WCBS-TV's "Eye on New York"
  • Boston's WBZ and WEEI
  • Washington DC's NewsChannel 8
  • Albany's NewsChannel 9, WXXA
    and WNYT
  • Schenectady's WRGB
  • Springfield (MA)'s WWLP
  • The New England Cable News
    Network (NECBN)
  • The Regional News Network
Ann Compton and David Pietrusza on After Words
David Pietrusza with Pat Buchanan on MSNBC's
With host Dana Tyler on WCBS-TV's "Eye
on New York" from New York.
David Pietrusza and host Elizabeth Kaledin
Kelly Choi and David Pietrusza on
"Secrets of New York:
Prohibition and the Mob"
broadcasting live from Ground Zero on
the  10th anniversary of 9-11.
On C-SPAN's "Washington Journal"
David Pietrusza
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David Pietrusza on C-SPAN's BookTV (After Words)
On C-SPAN's "After Words"
David Pietrusza with Joe Scarborough on MSNBC's
On MSNBC's "Morning Joe"
On the Glenn Beck Program
September 2010
On the
Glenn Beck Program January 2009
With Susan Swain on
C-SPAN's "The Contenders"
On the History Channel
On ESPN's Classic Now
With Donna Hanover
on Good Morning New York
On the
Comcast Network's SportsTalk
On ESPN's Sports Century Series
On the Comcast Channel's
It's Your Call With Lynn Doyle
On the
Glenn Beck Program
On ESPN Classic's July 2004 Coverage of
Vintage Baseball from Pittsfield, Ma.
With authors Hope Hampton Cook,
Larry Schweikart and David Barton
on The Blaze TV
With Newsmax TV's Ed Berliner
Pietrusza produced
the documentary
Heroes: Baseball on
Capital Region Diamonds
for PBS Station WMHT
and worked on the
pioneer internet
LearningLink for PBS'
Ken Burns'
Local Heroes: Baseball on Capital Region Diamonds
Local Heroes featured interviews
with such major league luminaries
as Tommy Lasorda, Ralph Kiner,
Buck Showalter, Daryl Boston, and
Bill Monboquette; Negro Leaguer
Edsall Walker; baseball historian
John Thorn; and Pulitzer Prize
winning novelist William Kennedy.