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Joe Garagiola, ex-player turned broadcaster, had 'genuine impact on the craft'

PHOENIX — Joe Garagiola’s nine-year baseball career was a modest one. His 57 years in broadcasting that followed made him one of the most popular figures in the sports world and beyond. 903 more words


Baseball History 1- Frank Baumholtz

This is one reason why I love baseball…

Due to many obligations, my seventeen year old son and I had not seen much of each other for the past several days.   1,045 more words

58 Topps Stan Musial All Star

Great looking Stan “The Man” Musial card arrived today in the mail. This was a really good looking card. I never understood why All Star and All Pro cards were less desireable than the regular issue cards but I’m glad they are. 13 more words

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The All Time Polish Baseball Team

Here’s the all time team for baseball players of Polish descent. It’s a great one. How about that outfield??? 

All three were primarily leftfielders, but all three got around to the other outfield positions as well. 420 more words

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On This Day In Baseball History: December 2, 1948

St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Stan Musial, in what is one of the greatest statistical seasons in history, wins the NL MVP. Musial led the league in runs scored (135), hits (230), doubles (46), triples (18), rbi (131), batting average (.376), on-base percentage (.450), slugging percentage (.702), OPS (1.152), and total bases (429). 41 more words

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Martin Saunders Jan 15th, 1927-November 18th 2015

My earliest memory is of my father encasing my brother and I in his arms and rolling us down a hillside in a park in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania.   747 more words


From The Archives: Stan Musial Testimonial Dinner

Tonight on From the Archives we visit the Stan Musial Testimonial Dinner on October of 1963. Host Joe Garagiola starts off the night and introduces St. 265 more words

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