News – 1989 – Special – NBCs Marv Albert Interviews President George H Bush

DOG COMMENTARY:  This 1989 video of NBC’s Marv Albert interviewing US President George H. Bush on the subject of baseball is precious to us at ImaSportsphile….cuz back in 1957, our Bone Daddy, the original Sportsphile played Little League baseball for the Midland Central Little League Braves….and regularly faced faced a Cubs team that was led…

MLB – 1981 – Highlights Special All Star Game – Cleveland Municipal Stadium – With Mel Allen

DOG COMMENTARY: The 1981 Major League Baseball All-Star Game was the 52nd playing of the midsummer classic between the all-stars of the American League (AL) and National League (NL)….as the game was held on August 9, 1981, at Cleveland Municipal Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio…which was the the home of the Cleveland Indians of the American League in 1981..   This was one of only two All-Star Games to be played…

L E Story – Playing Little League Baseball With US Presidents And Corporate Power Brokers

DOG COMMENTARY: Bone Daddy and I were watching the World Series Game 4 the evening of Halloween night, October 31, 2010….when during the opening ceremonies the network cameramen were focusing their lenses while panning the crowd of those fans who had come to the game in their Halloween costumes.  Bone Daddy commented that for Halloween…all…

Marv Albert’s 1989 Interview With 41st US President George H. Bush Talking Baseball

DOG ASIDE: 41st US President George H. Bush was a huge baseball fan most of his life….for Bone Daddy has known this since he was 9 years old and in his first year in Little League baseball…..playing centerfield for the 1956 Midland Central Little League Braves…..against the Cubs…..coached by George H. Bush….with his son, George…

DOG COMMENTARY – God’s Country & Baseball Provides Fertile Ground For Success To Grow

God’s Country & Baseball Provides Fertile Ground For Success To Grow          Today’s commentary will be a source of insight into how this whole virtual sports museum and video library got started…cuz back in 1950 it was Bone Daddy the boy and his God given talents who was significantly influenced by the place and time…