Play-by-play man for Los Angeles to be inducted Saturday, introduced by Larry King By Ken Gurnick / MLB.com LOS ANGELES — Groucho Marx. Bob Hope. Jack Benny. Charley Steiner. “It’s wonderful,” said Steiner, the Dodgers broadcaster who will be inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame on Saturday. “And it’s weird.” Steiner will join [...]
The L.A. Dodgers face the Cardinals tonight in Game 6 of the LCS. Here is a look back to a black-and-white televised game between the two teams, in an earlier era. This game was played in 1959, at the Los Angeles Coliseum, used by the Dodgers while Dodger Stadium was being built. (it opened in [...]
For the diehards, this YouTube video is the entire game. But as commenter TonyBoy525 says: “The reason you’re all here starts at 2:29:00, but there’s a nice build? up if you start at 2:28:35.” The “build-up” that he mentions is Mike Davis working a two out walk. Without that, Gibby never gets to the plate. [...]
Winning a World Series clincher on two days rest. Your browser does not support iframes.