MLB – 1964 – Highlights – World Series Game 3 – New York Yankees Vs St Louis Cardinals

Cardinals P Curt Simmons and Yankees P Jim Bouton were both very effective in Game 3 of the 1964 World Series….as Simmons got 17 ground-ball outs….wherein the Yankees scored a run in the second on Clete Boyer’s RBI double with two on….but Simmons’s RBI single tied the game in the fifth….all the while Yanks  Bouton stranded…

MLB – 1964 Highlights – World Series Game 6 – New York Yankees Vs St Louis Cardinals

The Cardinals struck first in Game 6 of the 1964 World Series between the AL’s New York Yankees verses the NL’s St Louis Cardinals, on Bill White’s double play with runners on first and third in the first off Yanks P Jim Bouton….but the Yankees tied the score in the fifth when Tom Tresh hit a leadoff double….and then…

MLB – 1845 To 1905 – Special – The Advent Of The Game – Alexander Cartwright Not Abner Doubleday

The history of baseball can be broken down into various aspects by era, by locale, by organizational-type, game evolution, well as by political and cultural influence. Baseball evolved from older bat-and-ball games already being played in England by the mid-18th century. This game was brought by immigrants to North America, where the modern version developed. By the late 19th…

MLB – 1960s – Special Preview Of The Stars Of The Decade – Mantle + Mays + Gibson + McClain + McCovey + Spahn + Brock Et Al

Our Bone Daddy, the original Sportsphile….who was responsible for originally recording our incredible 2300 hour vintage video library here at ImaSportsphile….was a teenager who grew up loving and playing baseball in West Texas during the decade of the 1960’s….and in his words, “played many whiffle ball games in the back yard” throughout the entire decade….while pretending to…

MLB – 1930s – Special – HOFs Lefty Gomez + Joe Cronin Remember Yankees Babe Ruth + Lou Gehrig

This awesome video features three MLB Hall of Famers….Lefty Gomez, Joe Cronin and Charlie Gehringer…..talking about the careers of two of the greatest Yankees Hall of Fame players….Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig….with the highest quality of respect that their piers could offer….which is really nice to hear and see….for there are no Yankee legends who…

MLB – 1933 – 1st All Star Game Highlights – With Rick Ferrell + Lefty Gomez + Joe Cronin + Babe Ruth

What can you say about a video that highlights the first ever Major League Baseball All Star Game in 1933…..other than “FAN-tastic” ….as this was the first official playing of the Midsummer Classic baseball game between Major League Baseball’s (MLB’s) National League (NL) and American League (AL) All-Star teams.  The first official MLB All-Star exhibition game was held on July 6, 1933 at Comiskey Park…

MLB – 1934 – ESPN Baseballs Greatest Hits Special Feature – The St Louis Cardinals Gas House Gang

The Gashouse Gang was the nickname of the baseball team the St. Louis Cardinals in 1934….which was a Major League Baseball team that won 95 games….the National League pennant….and the 1934 World Series in seven games over the Detroit Tigers. “They don’t look like a major league ball club,” the New York Sun wrote about the team. “Their uniforms are stained and dirty and patched…

MLB – 1939 – Highlights – Cleveland Indians Bob Feller + N Y Yanks Joe Dimaggio Take Season By Storm

Bob Feller (November 3, 1918 – December 15, 2010) who was nicknamed “The Heater from Van Meter“, “Bullet Bob“, and “Rapid Robert“….who was an American baseball pitcher who played 18 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Cleveland Indians….where Feller pitched from 1936 to 1941 and from 1945 to 1956….which was interrupted only by a four-year engagement in the Navy. In a career…

MLB – 1961 – Highlights – Roger Maris Breaking Babe Ruths HR Record + Sandy Koufax Super Season

In 1961, the American League expanded from eight to ten teams….and during the expansion draft….the newly created Los Angeles Angels and Washington Senators….were restricted to drafting players from AL rosters…..to which the perceived result was that American League team rosters had become watered down….as players who would otherwise have been playing at AAA, if not lower, were now in the AL. …