Sunday, October 18, 2015
Journeys Into Remembering Jack Brickhouse

Remembering Jack Brickhouse

Via a video from The Chicago Tribune, the widow of legendary Cubs and White Sox announcer Jack Brickhouse looks back at the broadcaster’s long, illustrious career and we hear some of his famous calls in the booth. ShareFollow

Posted by: Admin October 18, 20152:57 pm
Thursday, October 8, 2015
Journeys Into Jays Draw Attention of U.S. Media

Jays Draw Attention of U.S. Media

The big baseball story heading into baseball’s playoffs is the return to post season play for the Chicago Cubs and the New York Mets. But also garnering some attention, even south of the border, is baseball fever taking home in Toronto. Numerous American media outlets have noticed how the city of Toronto, the province of Read Article

Posted by: Admin October 8, 20152:48 pm
Friday, September 25, 2015
Journeys Into Passing: Yogi

Passing: Yogi

Some wonderful tributes: Harvey Araton in The New York Times Radio Interview with Bobby Richardson and Suzyn Waldman about Yogi   ShareFollow

Posted by: Admin September 25, 20153:43 pm
Thursday, September 17, 2015
Journeys Into Passing: Milo Hamilton, Hall of Fame Baseball Broadcaster

Passing: Milo Hamilton, Hall of Fame Baseball Broadcaster

  Hall of Fame broadcaster Milo Hamilton has died at age 88. He broadcasted in Major League Baseball for 60 years. Hamilton suffered a heart attack back in 2007, but underwent a successful angioplasty at the time and was able to continue his broadcasting full-time with the Astros through 2012. Hamilton also worked for the Read Article

Posted by: Admin September 17, 20158:53 pm
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Journeys Into “Live from Ebbet’s Field”

“Live from Ebbet’s Field”

On this date (August 26) in 1939 the first telecast of a major league baseball game took place. It was the first game of a doubleheader at Ebbets Field, Brooklyn, between the Dodgers and Cincinnati. Those who watched saw the league-leading Reds win 5-2. NBC broadcast the game on its station W2XBS based in the Read Article

Posted by: Admin August 26, 20152:20 pm
Friday, June 19, 2015
Journeys Into The Iron Horse Remembered

The Iron Horse Remembered

Lou Gerhig was born on June 19, 1903. It’s been almost 75 years since Gerhig’s death but he is still associated as a man of dignity. He hit 493 homers, knocked in 1,990 runs, and sported a .340 batting average. His 184 RBI’s in one season is an American League record. His 23 grand slams Read Article

Posted by: Admin June 19, 20157:26 pm