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…

1951 World Series Highlites Of NY Yankees CF Mickey Mantle Blows-Out Knee On Willie Mays Pop-Up

DOG ASIDE: Just a little food for thought question…How good would Micky Mantle have been if he had not blown-out his knee in the World Series against the New York Giants…and that was in his rookie season as a 19 year old kid. This injury was the catalyst for every other injury that The Mick…

A 1978 Inside Look At Comic Strips In The Newspapers With Blondie, Annie & Pogo

DOG ASIDE: A common practice every Sunday morning by Americans during the decades of the 1970’s and 1980’s….was to sit down in their most comfortable chair or recliner….with a hot cup of coffee….and open the Sunday edition of their favorite newspapers…..to read the Comic Section…and their favorite comic strips such as Blondie, Annie and Pogo.…

Highlights of First 13 Super Bowl MVP’s – From Packers Bart Starr to Steelers Terry Bradshaw

DOG ASIDE: This video provides a walk down memory lane….with highlights the feats of the first 13 MVP’s of the first 13 Super Bowls….from Packers QB Bart Starr….to Jets QB Joe Namath…..to Chiefs QB Lenny Dawson….to Cowboys LB Chuck Howley…..to Cowboys QB Roger Staubach….to Dolphins SS Jake Scott….to Dolphins FB Larry Czonka…..to Steelers RB Franco…

Highlights Of NFL Pittsburgh Steelers During The Chuck Knoll 4 Super Bowl Championship Years

DOG ASIDE: Pittsburgh Steelers Coach Chuck Noll built a dynasty that encompassed 4 Super Bowls from 1975 – 1980 with a team that played in the image of their hard-nosed coach and the Steel City in which they played….for this was when the Terrible Towel first came to Pittsburgh. Coach Noll had a bevy of…

Meet Babe Ruth – 1979 Ad For Video Cassette With Highlights of The Babe’s Career

DOG ASIDE:

In 1979 an infomercial was put on cable television….whereby a video cassette could be bought featuring Babe Ruth…..which could be bought for $14.95….containing highlights of Babe’s career.  Folks, this was some 45 years after his retirement…..as I guess that goes to show you just how popular Babe Ruth was 38 years ago.