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Mount Rushmore, Cleveland Indians

Because they came so close but didn’t pull through last season, the 1948 and 1920 champs have the longest current drought in the game. Known as the Blues in 1901, the Bronchos in 1902, and the Naps from 1903 through 1914, the Indians are the only team, I believe, whose Rushmore all played the same position. 728 more words

Mount Rushmore

More 1937 All-Star Game "Notes"

The bottom of the third inning of the 1937 All-Star game continues through the words of Bob Elston.

The great DiMaggio is on first base. Dizzy Dean delivers and Lou Gehrig, his failure to homer at Washington’s Griffith Stadium having been cited in the pregame talk, wallops a two run home run. 236 more words

1937 All-Star game in Washington D.C. Notes

Oh man, the President of the United States, Franklin Roosevelt took his hat off and is enjoying the 1937 All-Star game.

The words of WGN’s Bob Elston, as Dizzy Dean is pitching to Lou Gehrig. 182 more words