All-Star Baseball Game

Copyright 2016, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of February 01, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


100462. All-Star Baseball Game. July 6, 1938. Mutual net, WSAI, Cincinnati origination, WGN, Chicago aircheck. Sustaining. The 6th All-Star Game. The broadcast originates from Crosley Field, Cincinnati. American League players included: Joe DiMagio, Jimmie Foxx, Charlie Gehringer, Joe Cronin, Earl Averill, Lou Gehrig, Lefty Gomez (pitcher), Lefty Grove. National League players included: Billy Herman, Ducky Medwick, Mel Ott, Ernie Lombardi, Johnny Vander Meer, Leo Durocher, Bill Lee, Mace Brown. The recording starts 15 minutes before the game. Bob Elson, Dick Bray. 2:16:16. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

68926. All-Star Baseball Game. July 6, 1942. Mutual net, WGN, Chicago aircheck. Sustaining. The 10th All-Star Game. The broadcast originates from the Polo Grounds, New York City. Joe DiMaggio gets his second hit of the game in the bottom of the eighth. Mickey Owen hits a pinch-hit home run! Mel Ott makes a grreat catch. The game is scheduled to end at 9:30 P.M. because of a practice blackout. The recording starts 28 minutes before the game starts. Bob Elson, Mel Allen, Jimmy Britt. 2:30:38. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

100466. All-Star Baseball Game. July 13, 1943. CBS net. Sponsored by: Gillette. The 11th All-Star Game; the first All-Star game played at night. The broadcast originates from Schibe Park, Philadelphia. Vince DiMaggio hits a single, triple and a home run. The program is also known as, "The Gillette Cavalcade Of Sports." There were no New York Yankees in the lineup. Mel Allen, Red Barber, Bill Corum. 2:21:22. Audio condition: Good. Complete.

100471. All-Star Baseball Game. July 13, 1948. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Gillette. The 15th All-Star Game. The broadcast originates from Sportman's Park, St. Louis. Stan Musial hits a two-run homer in the first inning. The program is also known as, "The Gillette Cavalcade Of Sports." France Laux, Jim Britt, Mel Allen. 2:37:17. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

15315. All-Star Baseball Game. July 11, 1950. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Gillette. The 17th All-Star Game. Mel Allen and Jim Britt reporting from Comisky Park. Vic Raschi vs. Robin Roberts. Enos Slaughter hits a triple. Mel Allen (announcer), Jim Britt (announcer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpts.

100458. All-Star Baseball Game. July 12, 1955. NBC net. Sponsored by: Gillette. The 22rd All-Star Game. The American League vs. the National League at County Stadium, Milwaukie. The game is remembered for Stan Musial's one-pitch home run in the 12th inning that ended the game. For the American League: Bobby Avilla (Cleveland), Yogi Berra (Yankees), Chico Carrasquel (Chicago), Jim Finigan (Kansas City), Whitey Ford (Yankees), Nellie Fox (Chicago), Jackie Jensen (Boston), Al Kaline (Detroit), Harvey Kuenn (Detroit), Mickey Mantle (Yankees), Billy Pierce (Chicago, starting pitcher), Vic Power (Kansas City), Al Rose (Cleveland), Herb Score (Cleveland), Al Smith (Cleveland), Frank Sullivan (Boston), Mickey Vernon (Washington), Ted Williams (Boston), Early Wynn (Cleveland). For the National League: Hank Aaron (Milwaukie), Gene Baker (Chicago), Ernie Banks (Chicago), Smoky Burgess (Cincinnati), Gene Conley (Milwaukie), Del Crandall (Milwaukie), Del Ennie (Philadelphia), Harvey Haddix (St. Louis), Gil Hodges (Brooklyn), Randy Jackson (Chicago), Sam Jones (Chicago), Ted Kluszewski (Cincinnati), Johnny Logan (Milwaukie), Stan Lopata (Philadelphia), Eddie Mathews (Milwaukie), Willie Mays (New York Giants), Don Mueller (New York Giants), Stan Musial (St. Louis), Don Newcombe (Brooklyn), Joe Nuxhall (Cincinnati), Robin Roberts (Philadelphia, starting pitcher), Red Schoendienst (St. Louis), Duke Snider (Brooklyn), Frank Thomas (Pittsburgh). The program is only known as, "The Gillette Cavalcade Of Sports." Bob Neal, Earl Gillespie, John Miley. 2:34:38. Audio condition: Good to very good. Incomplete.

86081. All-Star Baseball Game. August 3, 1959. NBC net, WGY/WGFM, Schenactady aircheck. Sponsored by: Gillette, Toni, Plymouth (local). Many commercials deleted. All-Star Game #2, the 27th All-Star game. There were two this year. The broadcast originates from the Los Angeles Coliseum. Starting line-ups for the American League: Jerry Walker (winning pitcher), Pete Runnels, Nellie Fox, Ted Williams, Yogi Berra, Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, Frank Malzone, Luis Aparicio, Jerry Walter. Other A. L. pitchers: Early Wynn, Hoyt Wilhelm, Billy o'Dell, Cal McLish. National League: Don Drydale (losing pitcher), Johnny Temple, Ken Boyer, Hank Aaron, Willie Mays, Ernie Banks, Stan Musial, Wally Moon, Del Crandall. Other N. L. pitchers; Gene Conley, Sam Jones, Roy Face. Russ Hodges, Bob Neal, Paul Jones, John Pollack (engineer). 2 1/4 hours. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

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