His critically-acclaimed television series, ED RANDALL’S TALKING BASEBALL, developed an enviable heritage of journalism, the result of more than 500 compelling interviews with the Who’s Who of baseball. The program aired on various regional sports networks across the country and was seen locally on the MSG-Network.
Since March 2003, ED RANDALL’S TALKING BASEBALL has been heard on Sunday mornings at 9AM on WFAN.
He also entertains a national audience on the MLB Home Plate Channel of Sirius/XM Radio Channel 175 where he hosts TALKING BASEBALL. He is also on staff at MLB.com as an anchor/reporter/play-by-play reporter.
Mr. Randall wrote his first book at the invitation of Sports Publishing LLC, MORE TALES FROM THE YANKEE DUGOUT. The original stories of 75 people presently or formerly associated with the franchise received critical acclaim.
In 2003, he completed the text for Tom Seaver’s book, “THE OLD BALLGAME.” Ed asked Hall of Famers and contemporary players to reminisce about their careers in baseball.
He later contributed numerous interviews for Donald Trump’s “The Best Golf Advice I Ever Received” for Triumph Books and wrote portions of Larry King’s book, again interviewing celebrities for “My Dad and Me: Life’s Lessons Learned from My Father.”
His newest entry, “BASEBALL FOR THE UTTERLY CONFUSED,” has just been published by McGraw-Hill.
Throughout his career, he has been a committed and active participant in many charitable causes. His most important life’s work is as a cancer survivor, having established ED RANDALL’S BAT FOR THE CURE, a 501-c3 charity established in 2003 dedicated to promoting awareness, prevention and benefiting prostate cancer research at the St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York City. This past season, the charity, designated as an Official Charitable Partner of Minor League Baseball, hosted prostate cancer awareness nights in more than 130 minor league ballparks nationwide and complimentary prostate cancer screenings in concert with the Chicago Bulls, Tampa Bay Rays, Chicago White Sox and New York Yankees.
He is a distinguished alumnus of All Hallows High School and Fordham University