Rest In Peace To Ralph Branca, Whose Life Was Bigger Than One Pitch
Ralph Branca was a fine pitcher who threw the pitch that became "The Shot Heard 'Round The World." What defined his life was what came after all that.
Concession Prices for Vin Scully's First Broadcast Game Were Insane
You could get beechnut gum, ham and cheese sandwiches and cigars for a grand total of 75 cents. Think about the aftertaste.
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Vin Scully Once Voiced Over a Ludicrous 1960s Sitcom Named 'Occasional Wife'
From 1966-67 Dodgers Hall of Fame announcer Vin Scully was the voice of 'Occasional Wife', a sitcom about a Manhattan businessman who pretended to be married to a hat check girl.
Throwback Thursday: Joe Medwick, Beanballs, and the Source of Baseball's "Code"
Baseball's constipated code can be a buzzkill, which is where Bryce Harper's "Make Baseball Fun Again" idea comes from, but there's a century of history behind it.
How to Tell If Your Team Is About to Leave You Forever
Major sports teams are threatening to move as a matter of course now, but a peek into the past can help you parse a real threat from bullshit.