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High School Football: The P.A. Professional

When he was a student at Tulare Union, Harry Kargenian often barged into the counseling office to talk about Redskin athletics to anyone who would listen to him. 1,241 more words

News

Vintage Vin

By Mark Langill

How does an oversized Vin Scully collectible stay hidden for nearly 50 years?

Gary Cypres, the owner and curator of the Sports Museum of Los Angeles, couldn’t believe his ears recently when he received a phone call from a collector in Texas, describing an advertising banner used at Union 76 stations in 1966 promoting the company’s Dodger record collection. 152 more words

History

Dodger Dogs & Homeruns Galore!

So, as we’re currently in the midst of some playoff baseball, I realized that I never blogged about my first LA Dodger Stadium experience & the best thing that went along with it (& every baseball excursion in my eyes)…the hot dogs! 581 more words

California

Storytelling in Stereo

Technically, you should never “tell” a story. You should put your reader, viewer, or listener smack in the middle of it. Make them feel like they are there, experiencing it firsthand. 701 more words

Vin Scully SUPERIOR. Jack Buck INFERIOR.

Last night was the 26th anniversary of one of the most memorable home runs in Major League Baseball history. One which I remember quite well because I watched it two days after my 12th birthday. 960 more words

Major League Baseball

Vin Scully Still Talks the Dodger Talk

By Glen Sparks

“It’s time for Dodger baseball.”

I started listening to Vin Scully as a boy growing up in southern California during the days of the transistor radio. 476 more words

THE MEN WHO IMPROVED AMERICA'S PASTIME

Calling baseball America’s pastime is quite the misnomer, a true fan knows there is little leisure involved. We thrive on statistics, conjecture and argument. Baseball is numbers, fantasy, creed. 1,001 more words

Major League Baseball