Lefty & Tim – New Book Celebrates Baseball’s Best Battery
During their celebrated baseball careers, Steve Carlton and Tim McCarver needed each other. The book Lefty and Tim chronicles how the pair became one while they played with the Cardinals and Phillies.
Kansas City Royals’ Brett is a Caring Teammate In Retirement
Once a teammate, always a teammate for baseball great George Brett. Don Laible on Brett's relationship with Willie Mays Aikens.
Baseball Hall Of Famer Thankful For Teammates Advice
Along Ted Simmons' 21-season hall of fame baseball career, the former catcher had teammates that looked out for him.
Mets’ Kahlil Lee is Chilling in the Syracuse Summer
Kahlil Lee is chill. There's less than one hour to go until Lee and his Syracuse teammates take to the field at NBT Bank Stadium for a Sunday night home game with the Rochester Red Wings. An enthusiastic crowd is expected of more than 7,000 fans for the New York Mets' Triple-A affiliate's game.
Film Of Former MLB Star’s Life To Be Discussed In Cooperstown
This is where the former Royals' star's life turned upside down. The amazing, positive turnaround for Aikens is on display for all in the film - The Royal.
True Confessions Of A Baseball Junkie by Don Laible
I've loved baseball, well, since watching the 1967 World Series between the St. Louis Cardinals and Detroit Tigers. I was eight-years-old.
New York Yankees’ John Sterling Lasting Test Of Time As Club’s Voice
I'm a fan of John Sterling. Long before Sterling began his 33-season (and counting) tenure as the lead radio voice of the New York Yankees in 1989, I was following his career.
Todd Zeile’s Zest For Cooperstown’s Hall Classic is Refreshing
In six weeks a baseball tradition continues in Cooperstown, and Todd Zeile is excited to be included.
Syracuse Mets’ Boles Honed Managing Skills In Utica
Kevin Boles is back managing in Central New York. The Syracuse Mets, Triple-A affiliate owned and operated by the National League baseball club that has residence in downstate Queens, is ready for their home opener Tuesday with the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders (New York Yankees affiliate) at 6:35 pm at NBT Bank Stadium. For longtime Utica baseball fans, there's a good chance the manager pacing in the Syracuse dugout this season will look familiar.
Kaat Savoring Call To Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown
Jim Kaat's visit to Cooperstown this July will be extra special. The Michigan native who first threw a big league pitch for the Washington Senators as a 21-year-old back in 1959, and called it a career at age 45 as a St. Louis Cardinal is officially baseball royalty.