Some great old footage of Babe Ruth and some teammates, but maybe the most fascinating aspect of the footage is a chance to see Carl Mays and his unique pitching motion.Read More
The audio and video on this clip are not great, but this is a rare video that shows an oft-forgotten about and very special Old Timer’s Day moment.
Take the time to watch. It’s a classic!
This video features the call by legendary announcer Red Berber. (Most people are more familiar with the Phil Rizzuto call of this famous moment.)
You don’t want to miss this rare footage!
In addition, please take the time to read the game notes on this footage that I collected.
Of special interest this week especially - was there a player in 1934 who wore uniform #0?Read More
Here are two videos of some defensive highlights from videos posted in 2016 and 2017 from recent signee DJ LeMahieu:
As with the most important things in our world, New York City is the place to be. At this time of the year with the most celebrated holiday traditions, including the Christmas Tree at Rockefeller Center, the Rockettes at Radio City, and most widely celebrated of all - the New Years Eve Ball Dropping in Times Square.
Each year, news anchors, celebrities, and crazy people who wish to stand outside for hours in the cold, come together with musical performances, year-end news wrap-ups, and a variety of other events and interviews to keep eyes on televisions as everybody at home waits for the clock to strike midnight.
The famous names of the New Year will forever be remembered with Dick Clark and Ryan Seacrest, yet one name- entirely the reasoning behind the most important ball-dropping in New York City history- goes forgotten.
As we move into 2019, and the 10th Year Anniversary of this event, I would like to take one of the upcoming 525,600 minutes to remember Luis Castillo for his infamous role in New York City History and share here this most important ball-dropping moment: