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Here’s something new from our Sounds of Baseball partner.  It was  contributed by Alan Babbitt.  Just in time for spring training, the song evokes the sublime feelings of the sights, sounds and feelings of childhood baseball memories. 100 more words

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Dr Seinfeld

This morning I read a post over at Verdon’s blog which reminded me of a story that my Dad used to tell my brother and I  — this was one of his classics and we always loved when he would retell it. 136 more words


Baseball, Politics, and Bernie Sanders

I’m sorry, I couldn’t think of a better title.

If you don’t like a bit of politics and social issues in your baseball, I am warning you now. 278 more words


Line(s) of the Day #TommyLasorda

In baseball and in business, there are three types of people. Those who make it happen, those who watch it happen, and those who wonder what happened… 22 more words

Alex Raphael


Every afternoon (or is it early evening?) around 5:20 pm there are three uptown M-3 buses traveling together up St. Nicholas Avenue near 147th Street. I have noticed this phenomenon almost every weekday that I look at my BUSES app downstairs at the 145th Street A, C, D, B train station, to decide whether I should get off on 145th or wait for the C to go the extra stop to 155th, which puts me two blocks closer to home. 700 more words

Clubhouse Chatter-Carl Erskine

Jackie Robinson would have been 97 today. Carl Erskine not only played with Robinson, he was a great friend of Robinson’s. This episode was Mr. Erskine’s first time on Clubhouse Chatter. 18 more words

Clubhouse Chatter-Carl Erskine

Former Brooklyn/LA Dodgers pitcher Carl Erskine talks about developing his curveball in Cuba and Duke Snider. Tony Torcato sits in with Norm and Brian as co-host.