Dodgers All-Time team
Dodgers All-Time team
Hall of Famer Lou Brock has died at the age of 81. Brock was an eight-time stolen base champion, and retired in 1979 with more steals than any player in history.
Watch an interview conducted from the dugout at new Arlington Stadium at the start of the 1972 season. Williams discusses the ballpark and the slugging of big Frank Howard.
Since he debuted in the major leagues, Zack Greinke has been one of the singularly unique players in the game. He’s quirky, he’s talented, he’s cocky, he’s
The Colorado Rockies played their first game on April 4, 1993, at Shea Stadium. Unfortunately they faced Doc Gooden that day, one of the 100 greatest pitchers
On September 27, 1999, the Detroit Tigers played their final game at Tiger Stadium. Located on the historic corner of Michigan and Trumbull, the park opened in
Deion Sanders is in one sports Hall of Fame: the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton. But his thrilling highlight reel of baseball plays makes you
Have there ever been too more physical opposites than Freddie Patek and John Mayberry? “Lil’ Freddie’ was barely over 5-feet tall, and “Big John” was a behemoth
Twenty-five years ago, in 1994, noted filmmaker Ken Burns released his documentary titled “Baseball”, a nine-part series on the history of America’s National Pastime. Over the years,
The 1984 World Series was a mismatch. The Detroit Tigers were a great team, a team that belongs among the greatest for any one season in baseball
Morganna Roberts was only 15 years old when she kissed her first baseball player, Pete Rose in Cincinnati in 1969. But over the next twenty-plus years, she
Remember how intimidating Randy Johnson was on the pitching mound? Well, Frank Howard was that mirror image in the batters’ box. Howard was a 6-7, 225 pound
When the Atlanta Braves released an announcement after their game on August 2, 1990, that they had traded Dale Murphy, there was silence in the press box
Only once in baseball history has a father played with his son. It happened in 1990 when the Mariners traded for Ken Griffey Sr. and placed him
When he was 21 years old, after only two starts in the big leagues, Warren Spahn enlisted in the U.S. Army to serve his country in World
This video from MLB.COM shows Cesar Cedeno of the Houston Astros stealing home against the Cubs at Wrigley Field in July of 1977.
This interview aired on CNBC in 2002, with Tim Russert showing his love for baseball as he talks with one of the greatest batteries in history, Yogi
The 1994-95 strike was the longest labor stoppage in baseball history, the longest in sports history up to that time, and a black eye on the National
If you never saw Willie McGee then you missed one of the most unique and gifted players of the 1980s. McGee was a switch-hitting outfielder with blazing
When Carl Yastrzemski retired in 1983 he didn’t go on a farewell tour. That type of thing wasn’t done in baseball at that time, and Yaz wouldn’t
Rick Reuschel was an underrated pitcher. He had a career that stacks up well against some lower-level Hall of Famers and several borderline Hall of Famers. But
At spring training in Bradenton in 1935, Babe Ruth didn’t see any point in going north with the Braves. But ultimately, he did go and as a
See legendary Yankee Joe DiMaggio during introductions before Game One of the 1981 World Series.
From 1980 to 1985, The Baseball Bunch was a television show airing on Saturdays during the baseball season. It starred Johnny Bench as the host teaching a group of kids about baseball fundamentals and history, with special appearances from The Famous Chicken.
Rare video of Bob Feller’s pitching delivery.
The first game played at Houston’s Astrodome was an exhibition between the New York Yankees and Houston Astros on April 9, 1965.