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June 06, 1977 | Edited by Ron Reid
•Tim McCarver, the Philadelphia Phillie who catches all Steve Carlton's games: "When Steve and I die, we are going to be buried in the same cemetery, 60'6" apart."
August 22, 1977
The Phillies are flying again, particularly when Steve Carlton is winging the ball to his personal catcher, Tim McCarver. Larry Keith reports on this batterin' battery and the defending National League East champs'...
August 29, 1977 | Larry Keith
They are baseball's Odd Couple, the grizzled, garrulous catcher and the lanky, aloof pitcher, but together Tim McCarver and Steve Carlton have been prime movers in Philadelphia's surge to the top of the National...
April 24, 1978 | Edited by Robert H. Boyle
•Roger Erickson, 21-year-old rookie pitcher with the Minnesota Twins, on life in the major leagues: "In the clubhouse they've got a candy rack, just like in the drugstore, and it's all for the players. I couldn't...
May 20, 1985 | William Taaffe
Jerry Coleman and Ralph Kiner give their listeners tongues of fun