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Full 9th inning from Game 7 of the 1968 World Series. The Tigers score their fourth run in the top of the 9th on a single from Don Wert; and the Cardinals score their first run in the bottom of the 9th on a homerun by Mike Shannon with two outs. Tim McCarver was up next, and fouled out to Bill Freehan on the first pitch and the Tigers won the series. Also includes clubhouse interviews with Kaline and Lolich. Tape from ESPN Classic Sports.
Oakland A's vs. Detroit Tigers 8/25/90. Cecil Fielder was the third player, and only Detroit Tiger, to homer over TIger Stadium's left field roof. Harmon Killebrew (1962) and Frank Howard (1968) accomplished it before him, and Mark McGwire was the fourth and last player to homer over the roof in left field in 1997.
The oldest (virtually) complete radio broadcast of a regular season baseball game known to exist. Thursday, September 20, 1934, Yankees vs Tigers at Navin Field (Briggs/Tiger Stadium) in Detroit, Ty Tyson the announcer. Great old time radio. Lou Gehrig, Tony Lazzeri, Frank Crosetti in the lineup for the Bombers, and Hank Greenberg, Charlie Gehringer, Mickey Cochrane for the Bengals. Babe Ruth was in the ballpark, but unfortunately did not play due to injury. This was during the Tigers' '30's heyday, on their way to the AL pennant. Tyson includes many colorful ad spots along the way, a teletype machine can be heard through much of the broadcast, and Tyson even doubles as the PA announcer, but only for pitching changes and pinch hitters, which was likely the norm in those days. Just hearing the game as it slowly unfolded almost 80 years ago is a treasure. Enjoy. ** Spoilers - Game results below! ** 7:57 - Comments on the Babe taking BP and sitting out 10:29 - Gehrig's 1st AB (popout) - Lazzeri bats after Gehrig all game 18:30 - Gehringer 1st AB (flyout) 19:27 - Greenberg 1st AB (K) (bats after Gehringer all game) 36:06 - Gehrig's 2nd AB (bases-loaded 2-run single, knocks Marberry out of the box - then Tyson uses the PA to announce the relief pitcher Hamlin into the game) 51:00 - Greenberg's 2nd AB (groundout) 1:01:27 - Gehrig's 3rd and final at bat (groundout) 1:11:50 - Greenberg's 3rd AB (single) 1:44:09 - Greenberg's 4th and final at bat (fielder's choice, wild play, NYY CF Chapman thrown out of game, Tyson over PA announces his replacement) Final score, Yankees 11, Tigers 7 NYY 2 0 6 0 0 0 1 2 0 - 11 17 4 DET 1 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 1 - 7 14 4 Retrosheet Box Score and Play-By-Play: http://www.retrosheet.org/boxesetc/1934/B09200DET1934.htm Also be sure to check out my 1957 Dodgers vs Cubs radio broadcast here on YouTube! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9w7Kt1vo-3Y
In the late 18th century, a bright young man opened his first factory in the village of Burslem, later part of Stoke-on-Trent. It was the fact that this young man was Josiah Wedgwood and his first factory started him on the road to creating some of the most exquisite china ever produced that led Time Team to try and find if anything remained of these early ceramic manufacturing premises.
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Ernie Harwell and Paul Carey with the play-by-play. Detroit's Milt Wilcox vs. the Twins' Geoff Zahn on the mound. Settle back and enjoy a lovely summer afternoon in Bloomington, Minnesota, long ago.