Baseball Historian Podcast

de Dennis Humphrey

Baseball Greatest Moments As Heard On The Radio

Episodios

Interview With Ty Cobb March 19,1930

por Dennis Humphrey

Interview With Ty Cobb March 19,1930  http://oldtimeradiodvd.com

 

Baseball Historian, Satchel Paige Biography, Bobby Tompson-Giants Win Pennit and Part 4 of 4 of History of Baseball

por Dennis Humphrey

Baseball Historian, Satchel Paige Biography, Bobby Tompson-Giants Win Pennit and Part 4 of 4 of History of Baseball  http://oldtimeradiodvd.com

Baseball Historian, Birmingham Black Barons, 1961 Roger Maris and Part 3 of 4 of History of Baseball

por Dennis Humphrey

Baseball Historian, Birmingham Black Barons, 1961 Roger Maris and Part 3 of 4 of History of Baseball  http://oldtimeradiodvd.com

Baseball Historian, Buck Oneil Biography, Lou Gehrig, and Part 2 of 4 of History of Baseball

por Dennis Humphrey

Baseball Historian, Buck Oneil Biography, Lou Gehrig, and Part 2 of 4 of History of Baseball  http://oldtimeradiodvd.com

Baseball Historian, Chicago American Giants, Mickey Mantel Retires and Part 1 of History of Baseball

por Dennis Humphrey

Baseball Historian, Chicago American Giants, Mickey Mantel Retires and Part 1 of History of Baseball  http://oldtimeradiodvd.com

Baseball Historian-The Players Of The Negro Baseball Leagues

por Dennis Humphrey

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Baseball Historian-1962 World Series Game 7 Yankees-Giants

por Dennis Humphrey

Baseball Historian-1962 World Series Game 7 Yankees-Giants

San Francisco Giants meet the New York Yankees. Chuck Hiller, a Giants player makes the first National league grand slam ever in World Series play. New York Yankee Tom Tresh gets a 3 run home run in game 5. As play shifts to San Francisco, it rains for a long time delaying continuation of the series. Giants Willie McCovey hits one to Yankee Bobby Richardson for the final out and the New York Yankees win the World Series.

Baseball Historian-1951 World Series

por Dennis Humphrey

Baseball Historian-1951 World Series  http://oldtimeradiodvd.com

The giants wiping out the dodgers 13 ½ game lead, newspaper headline "They're tied". Crowd and players in Polo grounds for final game of playoff series. Don Mueller of Giants hits single off Don Newcombe of Dodgers, Whitey Lockman singles sending Mueller to third. Mueller hurts ankle sliding into third (he is replaced by pinch runner Clint Hartung -- not shown on film) Newcombe leaves field, #13 Branca and other Dodger players on mound, woman fan puts hex on Branca, Thomson at bat, Durocher kicks dirt, Thomson takes a called strike, tense crowd, fan waving hand, Durocher gesturing, Thomson at bat, Branca gets ready to pitch, Thomson hits home run. Giants welcome Thomson at homeplate, Durocher and Eddie Stanky wrestle each other to the ground along third base line, mob at home plate. Crowd, Thomson on players shoulders. Crowd mobs hatless Durocher. Crowd yells in front of clubhouse for Thomson to appear, rear shot of Thomson and Durocher, Thomson pats Durocher on head, fans holding "miracle Man" sign. Durocher waves hat. Crowd in Giant dressing room, Giant owner Horace Stoneham, Thomson and Durocher. Thomson, Mueller and Maglie. Thomson and Stoneham.

1950 World Series News Reel

por Dennis Humphrey

Baseball Historian-1950s World Series News Reel  http://oldtimeradiodvd.com

The Philadelphia Phillies were champions of the National League and the New York Yankees were champs of the Ameircan. The Series began on Wednesday, October 4, and concluded Saturday, October 7. The Phillies had home field advantage, but the Yankees won their 13th championship in their 48-year history, sweeping the Phils in four games. The final game result was a 5-2 Yankee win, and was the only game in the Series decided by more than one run. This World Series title would be the second of a record five straight titles for the New York Yankees (1949–1953). This was also the last all-white World Series as neither club had integrated in 1950. The Phillies, a particularly young team which came to be known as the "Whiz Kids", had won the National League pennant in dramatic fashion on the final day of the season to garner their second pennant—their first in 35 years. But writing in the New York Times on October 3, 1950, John Drebinger picked the Yankees to win the Series in five games: "The Stengelers simply have too much over-all pitching. They have the long range power. They possess rare defensive skill, and they have the poise and experience gained through the past four years which brought them two world championships and three pennants." Oddsmakers made the Yankees 2–5 favorites to win the Series. Curt Simmons, a 17-game winner for the Phillies in 1950, had been called to military duty in September and was unavailable for this Series. Simmons was stationed at Camp Atterbury and requested and was granted a leave on October 4 to attend the Series. The Phillies chose not to request that Commissioner Chandler rule Simmons eligible for the Series but Simmons chose to attend to support the team. Simmons' place on the Series roster was taken by pitcher Jocko Thompson. Phillies ace Robin Roberts didn't start Game 1 because he had had three starts in five days including the pennant winner on the final day of the regular season—played October 1, 1950 (three days before Game 1).

It's A Wonderful Time to purchase you gifts of Old Time Radio, Classic TV,Classic Movies,and Serials

por Dennis Humphrey

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Announcement about Old Time Radio DVD

por Dennis Humphrey

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Chicago White Sox vs Boston Red Sox, September 2, 1967

por Dennis Humphrey

Chicago White Sox vs Boston Red Sox, Saturday, September 2, 1967,, Fenway ParkAttendance: 28,222, Time of Game: 2:46 oldtimeradiodvd.com

1959 World Series Game 5 Chicago White Soxs vs Los Angeles Dodgers

por Dennis Humphrey

1959 World Series Game 5 Chicago White Soxs vs Los Angeles Dodgers  ,Tuesday, October 6, 1959 at Los Angeles
Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles Dodgers (88-68) over Chicago White Sox (94-60) oldtimeradiodvd.com

1959 World Series Game 1

por Dennis Humphrey

1959 World Series  Game 1 featured a standout effort from Chicago's Luis Aparicio who contributed at the plate (and around the bases) while pitchers Early Wynn (seven-plus innings) and Gerry Staley who took care of business the mound. Ted Kluszewski, (a late-August acquisition who hit forty or more home runs in a National League season three times) drove in five runs with a pair of two-run homers and a run-scoring single as Chicago embarrassed Los Angeles, 11-0. oldtimeradiodvd.com

New York Giants vs Brooklyn Dodgers August 31, 1957

por Dennis Humphrey

New York Giants vs Brooklyn Dodgers August 31, 1957.Saturday, August 31, 1957,, Ebbets Field Attendance: 14,222, Time of Game: 2:38. oldtimeradiodvd.com

Brooklyn Dodgers vs Cincinnati Redlegs Sunday, July 28, 1957

por Dennis Humphrey

 Brooklyn Dodgers vs Cincinnati Redlegs  Sunday, July 28, 1957,, Crosley Field Attendance: 28,524. oldtimearaiodvd.com

Chicago Cubs vs Brooklyn Dodgers June 4, 1957

por Dennis Humphrey

Chicago Cubs vs Brooklyn Dodgers June 4, 1957   oldtimeradiodvd.com

1954 World Series Game 3

por Dennis Humphrey

1954 World Series Game 3,The 1954 World Series matched the National League champion New York Giants against the American League champion Cleveland Indians. The Giants swept the Series in four games to win their first championship since 1933, defeating the heavily favored Indians, who had won an AL-record 111 games in the regular season. The Series is perhaps best-remembered for "The Catch", a sensational running catch made by Giants center fielder Willie Mays in Game 1, snaring a long drive by Vic Wertz near the outfield wall with his back to the infield. It is also remembered for utility player Dusty Rhodes' clutch hitting in three of the four games. Giants manager Leo Durocher won his only title among the three pennants he captured in his career. oldtimeradiodvd.com

1956 All-Star Game

por Dennis Humphrey

1956 All-Star Game,7/10/56,The scorecards at this game must of read like a directory at the Baseball Hall Of Fame. Willie Mays and Stan Musial hit two home runs for the National League. Mickey Mantle (during his infamous Triple Crown season) and Ted Williams hit two home runs for the American League. Another stand out player was third baseman Ken Boyer who had three hits and three dazzling plays in the field. Once again, the National League won (for the sixth time in seven games) and closed the gap in the series to 13-10. Yankee Manager Casey Stengel continued to suffer at the hands of the senior circuit. He was 1-5 in All-Star games and finding it impossible to match his opponents momentum. oldtimeradiodvd.com

1948 World Series Game 1 Cleveland Indians vs Boston Braves

por Dennis Humphrey

1948 World Series Game 1 Cleveland Indians vs Boston Braves,The 1948 World Series matched the Cleveland Indians against the Boston Braves. The Braves had won the National League pennant for the first time since the "Miracle Braves" team of 1914. The Indians spoiled a chance for the only all-Boston World Series by winning a one-game playoff against the Boston Red Sox. Though superstar pitcher Bob Feller failed to win either of his two starts, the Indians won the Series in six games to capture their second championship and their first since 1920 (as well as their last to the present date).It was the first World Series to be televised on a nationwide network and was announced by famed sportscasters Red Barber, Tom Hussey (in Boston) and Van Patrick (in Cleveland). oldtimeradiodvd.com

1958 Yankees-Red Sox 8/16

por Dennis Humphrey

1958 Yankees-Red Sox 8/16 Called by Phil Rizzuto and Mel Allen Tom Brewer pitches a complete game victory as the Red Sox beat the Yankees, 7-4. oldtimeradiodvd.com

Willie Mays 1956

por Dennis Humphrey

Willie Mays 1956. oldtimeradiodvd.com

Game 5 Oct 5, 1948 Cleveland Indians vs Boston Red Soxs

por Dennis Humphrey

The 1948 World Series matched the Cleveland Indians against the Boston Braves. The Braves had won the National League pennant for the first time since the "Miracle Braves" team of 1914. The Indians spoiled a chance for the only all-Boston World Series by winning a one-game playoff against the Boston Red Sox.[1] Though superstar pitcher Bob Feller failed to win either of his two starts, the Indians won the Series in six games to capture their second championship and their first since 1920 (as well as their last to the present date).It was the first World Series to be televised on a nationwide network and was announced by famed sportcasters Red Barber, Tom Hussey (in Boston) and Van Patrick (in Cleveland).[2]This was the only World Series from 1947 to 1958 not to feature a New York team, and also the last World Series until 1957 not won by a New York team (which the Braves won, except they had relocated to Milwaukee by then). Both teams would meet again in the 1995 World Series—by that time, the Braves had moved to Atlanta.

Game 5

Sunday, October 10, 1948 at Cleveland Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio

Team123456789RHE
Boston 3 0 1 0 0 1 6 0 0 11 12 0
Cleveland 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 5 6 2
WP: Warren Spahn (1–1)   LP: Bob Feller (0–2)
Home runs:

BOS: Bob Elliott 2 (2), Bill Salkeld (1)
CLE: Dale Mitchell (1), Jim Hegan (1)

Satchel Paige appeared for the Indians, becoming the first black pitcher to take the mound in World Series history.

The previous day's single-game attendance record was broken with 86,288 fans.

Red Sox at the Yankees for the Penant Oct 2, 1949

por Dennis Humphrey

he Red Sox are ahead in the standings by 1 game with 2 left to play. The 2 games are at Yankee Stadium. The Red Sox need just one win in two games and Mel Parnell, who has won 25 games during the season, on the mound for Boston. Allie Reynolds is starting for New York. There are 69,511 fans watching. After trailing 4-0, the Yankees come back to tie the game, and Johnny Lindell hits an eighth-inning, game-winning, home run. The next day, before 68,055, it is Boston's Ellis Kinder facing New York's Vic Raschi. The Yankees lead 1-0 after 7 innings. The Red Sox bring in Parnell, who pitched yesterday, to relieve in the 8th inning. Tommy Henrich hits a home run, and then a sore- armed Tex Hughson is brought in on relief. Hughson yields a 3-run triple to Jerry Coleman, although it is really a pop fly that just eludes Al Zarilla in short center. In the ninth inning the Red Sox rally for three runs but still fall short. It is Casey Stengel's first pennant.

Baseball Historian Jackie Robinson the Man and Baseball Player

por Dennis Humphrey

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