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Perhaps because the New York Giants were the ball club of Manhattan's bookish Upper West Side, Bobby Thomson and the Shot Heard 'Round the World have each assumed a place in the intellectual canon. A chronological...
April 13, 1987 | William Taaffe
If this is spring, it must be time for Ernie Harwell. Go ahead, tune him in. See if the world isn't stable and orderly and sane once again. You see, that's the meaning of Ernie Harwell. He has been the voice of the...
September 13, 1971 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
Pittsburgh's Rosey Rowswell (far left) said, "Open the window, Aunt Minnie," and became famous. Arch McDonald, the voice of the Senators, parted his hair in the middle and offered to fight fans. Cleveland Indian Jack...
June 16, 1958 | Charles R. McCabe
The effect of baseball's Great Diaspora on the people of San Francisco has been, as we say in the West, something to pass the chocolates about.
August 15, 1955