October 23, 2014

Film of the Washington Senators Winning the 1924 World Series Found!

October 3, 2014 by · 1 Comment 

Here’s a great article written by Mike Mashon that explains how eight cans of nitrate film were discovered in the rafters of a Worcester, Massachusetts garage and restored.  This is alleged to be the only known footage of the Washington Senators’ victory over the New York Giants in the 1924 World Series.

“The Greatest Tiger of Them All” returns to Detroit

July 27, 2014 by · 1 Comment 

1001 Main St. Suite 112N Half Moon Bay, CA 94019 (650) 712-1879 Cell (650) 270-1829 normcoleman36@gmail.com www.tycobb367.com http://www.facebook.com/norm.coleman1 Press Release For Immediate Release Contact: Norm Coleman August 10, 2014 Half Moon Bay, CA: Ty (The Georgia Peach) Cobb, “The Greatest Tiger of Them All” returns to Detroit at the Masonic Temple, 500 Temple Street on […]

The Hall of Very Good™ Adds Three‏

July 21, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

The Hall of Very Good™ is proud to open its proverbial doors to three new members…Boston Red Sox fan favorite Luis Tiant, Minnesota Twins legend Tony Oliva and, for the first time, The Hall’s inaugural celebrity inductee, The San Diego Chicken. “Thank you to The Hall of Very Good™ for inducting me into the class […]

It Pays To Play

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Don Zimmer Passes Away At Age 83

June 5, 2014 by · 1 Comment 

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.—After 66 years in professional baseball, Rays Senior Baseball Advisor Don Zimmer passed away today BayCare Alliant Hospital in Dunedin, Fla.. He was 83. He is survived by his wife of 62 years, Jean (“Soot”), his son Thomas, daughter Donna, and four grandchildren: Beau, Whitney, Ron and Lane. Over the course of his […]

Baseball Great Si Johnson Program Tuesday

May 31, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

“From Matthew Clifford, of Mendota, who is writing a book on Si Johnson (1906-1994), a professional baseball player from Sheridan, will be the guest speaker at the Sheridan Historical Society’s meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 3, in the society’s museum, 185 Robinson St.” Read the rest here.

Baseball Triple Doubles

May 31, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

From Twinstrivia.com: “The other day SABR member Clem Comley, who also follows basketball, wondered who the triple doubles leader might be in baseball history.  His search defined a ‘baseball triple double’ as a player who had 2 or more runs, 2 or more hits or 2 or more RBIs in a single game.  He used […]

2013: A year to remember

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Red Sox, Cards Ready To Battle For Fall Classic Honors

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The following analysis was written by Mike Lynch (Red Sox) and Dan Ketterer (Cardinals). Catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia (.273/14/65)—From the left side of the plate Saltalamacchia was fantastic during the regular season, posting a slash line of .294/.350/.523 with 12 homers and 49 RBIs.  Unfortunately there’s also a right side of the plate and a behind […]

The Golden Glove

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The Hall Of Very Good™ Adds Two Members

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On Monday, July 29, The Hall of Very Good™ opened its proverbial doors to two new members…two-time National League MVP, Atlanta Braves legend Dale Murphy and former Pittsburgh Pirates World Series hero Steve Blass. “Thank you for the honor of being selected to The Hall of Very Good!” Murphy said.  “It’s great going into this […]

The Legacy Agency, Inc. To Host First “Breakfast of Champions” Event During MLB All-Star Week

July 8, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Emceed by the voice of the Yankees, Michael Kay, July 15 inaugural event to feature New York Mets and Yankees legends Bernie Williams, John Franco, Willie Randolph and Ron Darling discussing the baseball topics of the day FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Jul. 8, 2013 – NEW YORK — The Legacy Agency, Inc. (“TLA”), the athlete […]

Jackie Robinson ’56 WS Glove Sells For $373K at Auction‏

June 3, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Worn During 1955 and ’56 World Series… Authentic Game-Worn Glove Used By The Immortal Jackie Robinson Sells For $373,002 On Auction Block On Steiner Sports “Ground Breaking” On-Line Auction; Robinson Louisville Slugger Sells For $114,000 ***Mickey Mantle Original Signed 1960 Contract Sells for $39,930, benefits Hurricane Sandy NJ Relief Fund*** New York, June 3 — […]

Bob Wolff Shares His Audio Archive

May 25, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Bob Wolff, whose 74-year career is the longest in sports broadcasting history, has donated about 1,400 audio and video recordings, consisting of well more than 1,000 hours, to the Library of Congress. Below are six excerpts from his interviews with some of the best-known players in baseball history. Bob Wolff Interviews

Jackie Robinson Glove Auction Hits $310K In First Hours‏

May 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Spirited Bidding in First Four Hours of Auction… High Bid Already At $310,835 On Authentic Game-Worn Glove Used By The Immortal Jackie Robinson At Steiner Sports (http://auction.steinersports.com) “Ground-Breaking Auction”; Continues Through June 2 ***Only Known Rawlings From 1955-56 Seasons Authenticated by Dennis Esken*** New York, Wednesday, May 1, 2013—Let the bidding war begin! In the […]

Celebrate the New Season: Acclaimed Baseball Ebooks Just $2.99‏

April 2, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

In celebration of the start of the 2013 season, Open Road Media is offering eight classic baseball reads in ebook for just $2.99 for a limited time. Included in this offer are works from master sportswriters David Halberstam, Roger Angell, and Robert W. Creamer, and celebrated columnist Jimmy Breslin. Baseball ebooks on sale for $2.99 […]

The Fan’s Guide To Spring Training

March 14, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Even though Spring Training is already well under way, here are some cool facts to chew on. Source: Sports Management Degree Hub

Follow Your Passion At Any Age! Norm Coleman Started his Ty Cobb Show At 70 And Is Inspiring Now At 75.

January 7, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

At 70, retired and searching for a new purpose in his life, Norm Coleman first discovered  baseball legend Ty Cobb. The more he learned about “the best player in the history of the game,”  the more he saw a story that had to be told.  Now, almost 7 years and over 150 performances later, Norm, […]

Rays Complete Seven-Player Trade With Royals

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Shields, Davis Traded to Kansas City; Rays Acquire Top Prospect Wil Myers ST. PETERSBURG, FL—The Tampa Bay Rays have acquired four prospects—outfielder Wil Myers, right-handed pitcher  Jake Odorizzi, left-handed pitcher Mike Montgomery and third baseman Patrick Leonard—from the Kansas City Royals in exchange for right-handed pitchers James Shields and Wade Davis as well as a […]

Another Yankee Miracle in the Works‏

November 10, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

STAR STUDDED LINE UP AT “HURRICANE SANDY” BENEFIT CONCERT AT TILLES CENTER ON NOVEMBER 29TH AT 7:30 PM WITH JOSE FELICIANO AND LONG LIST OF TALENT November 10, 2012 (Brookville, NY). Music Power NY will host a benefit concert November 29th at 7:30 PM at the Tilles Center at LIU-Post in Brookville. The money raised will be used to directly […]

The Oregon Stadium Campaign: The Johnny Pesky Interview

August 13, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Editor’s Note: The following is an interview conducted by my buddy Maury Brown, a fellow baseball fanatic and Oregonian and Baseball Prospectus columnist, in 2006. Is there such a thing as royalty in baseball? Probably not (although you could probably make a case for someone in cricket, but I digress). Are there some players that […]

Jury Finds Clemens Not Guilty On All Charges

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Jury finds Clemens not guilty on all charges (via AFP) Former Major League Baseball star Roger Clemens was acquitted on Monday on charges of perjury, making false statements and obstructing Congress for denying he took performance-enhancing drugs. Clemens was found not guilty by a federal jury on three charges of making a false statement under […]

Torre To Manage US In 2013 World Classic

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Torre to manage US in 2013 World Classic (via AFP) Joe Torre, who guided the New York Yankees to four World Series titles as a Major League Baseball manager, will guide the US team in the 2013 World Baseball Classic, USA Baseball said Thursday. The 71-year-old American played for 18 seasons and served as a […]

Ted Williams Leads As Most Popular Stamp

June 14, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Ted Williams Leads As Most Popular Stamp (via PR Newswire) Postal Service Calls on Fans to Show Support for their Favorite All-Star WASHINGTON, June 13, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Pre-order stats for Forever stamps honoring four of Major League Baseball’s most iconic legends indicate that Ted Williams is in the leadoff slot for hits with 14,380 […]

Revised MLB Anti-Doping Plan Has All-Star Ban

June 7, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Revised MLB anti-doping plan has All-Star ban (via AFP) Major League Baseball players who violate the league’s anti-doping program will be ineligible for that season’s All-Star Game under one of several revisions to the program announced on Thursday. Human growth hormone blood tests were added during pre-season training, the off-season and for reasonable…    

Lasorda Hospitalized After Heart Attack

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Lasorda hospitalized after heart attack (via AFP) Former Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda has been hospitalized in New York after suffering a heart attack on Monday, the Major League Baseball team announced on Tuesday. Lasorda, 84, is a Baseball Hall of Famer who represented the Dodgers at the Major League Baseball Draft when he […]

Comedian Bill Maher Reveals NY Mets Ownership Stake

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Comedian Bill Maher reveals NY Mets ownership stake (via AFP) Comedian Bill Maher, a New York native and life-long supporter of the New York Mets, revealed that he has purchased a minority ownership stake in the Major League Baseball club. The 56-year-old television show host said he made the purchase months ago, but would not […]

U.S. Postal Service Expands All-Star Stamp Lineup To Honor Each Icon Individually

June 2, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

U.S. Postal Service Expands All-Star Stamp Lineup To Honor Each Icon Individually (via PR Newswire) Joe DiMaggio, Larry Doby, Willie Stargell and Ted Williams to be honored on Individual Forever Stamp Sheets July 21 WASHINGTON, May 31, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Baseball fans can celebrate their favorite All-Stars as a group or individually. Responding to overwhelming […]

Texas Rangers Ink Oswalt to One-Year Deal

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Texas Rangers ink Oswalt to one-year deal (via AFP) Roy Oswalt, a three-time Major League Baseball All-Star pitcher, has signed a one-year deal with the Texas Rangers, according to a posting on the team’s website. The 34-year-old right-hander is expected to make several starts with developmental-league teams before joining the Rangers, who lost starter…

New York Yankees Obtain Japan’s Igarashi

May 30, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

New York Yankees obtain Japan’s Igarashi (via AFP) Ryota Igarashi, who spent 10 seasons with the Tokyo Yakult Swallows of Japan’s Central League, was obtained off waivers by the New York Yankees in a Major League Baseball transaction. The 33-year-old right-handed pitcher spent pre-season training with Pittsburgh but was acquired by Toronto on March…

Derek Jeter Moves Up All-Time Hits List

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Derek Jeter moves up all-time hits list (via AFP) New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter tied George Brett for 14th on Major League Baseball’s all-time hits list with two singles in New York’s 9-2 victory over Oakland. Jeter on Saturday tied Hall of Famer Brett at 3,154 hits with a bunt single in the fifth […]

Mets To Host 2013 All-Star Game

May 16, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Mets to host 2013 All-Star Game (via AFP) Major League Baseball’s 84th All-Star Game will be hosted in 2013 by the New York Mets at their three-year-old ballpark, $600 million Citi Field, commissioner Bud Selig announced on Wednesday. The Mets previously hosted the mid-season event once before, in 1964 at Shea Stadium in the year […]

Toronto’s Lawrie Gets Four-Game Suspension

May 16, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Toronto’s Lawrie gets four-game suspension (via AFP) Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Brett Lawrie was suspended for four games by Major League Baseball on Wednesday for a tirade against umpire Bill Miller in a home loss to Tampa Bay one night earlier. Lawrie was also fined an undisclosed sum for his emotional eruption, which came […]

McNamee Testifies He Gave Clemens Steroids

May 16, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

McNamee testifies he gave Clemens steroids (via AFP) Brian McNamee told jurors on Monday that he injected Roger Clemens with steroids in 1998 at the famed pitcher’s request in key testimony at the perjury trial of the former Major league Baseball star. McNamee, the former trainer for Clemens, was the major prosecution witness as he […]

NY Times Unloads Last of Red Sox Stake

May 16, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

NY Times unloads last of Red Sox stake (via AFP) The New York Times Co., has sold its remaining stake in the Boston Red Sox baseball team for $63 million as the struggling media group moves to focus on its core operations. A regulatory filing Friday said the New York Times Company sold its remaining […]

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