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  • Trading .mp3 files of classic baseball broadcasts

    I hope this is the right place to post this.

    I'm looking to trade .mp3 files of classic radio and TV broadcasts (complete games only, please). I currently have a bunch of them ranging from 1934 to 2004. If you are interested in trading, please PM me. Thank you!

    Edit: I have added a ton of games to my collection. I am also now trading for TV broadcasts of games on DVD.
    Last edited by NineWorldSeries; 11-11-2008, 08:38 AM.
    :radio Please check out my collection of vintage baseball recordings:

    http://www.oldtimesports.net/users/AWilliams

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    I have about 50. Check your PM's!
    "Herman Franks to Sal Yvars to Bobby Thomson. Ralph Branca to Bobby Thomson to Helen Rita... cue Russ Hodges."

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    • #3
      You think it's possible to post some for people who don't have any?

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      • #4
        Robbie, check out this thread:

        http://www.baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=72525
        :radio Please check out my collection of vintage baseball recordings:

        http://www.oldtimesports.net/users/AWilliams

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        • #5
          bump...

          I have tons more to trade. You can also check out my new trading site here:

          http://www.oldtimesports.net/users/AWilliams
          :radio Please check out my collection of vintage baseball recordings:

          http://www.oldtimesports.net/users/AWilliams

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          • #6
            Red Sox Win World Series mp3 ?

            I'm 3,000 miles from Fenway. I've been asked to DJ a Little League season opening small town parade (ride on a float w/a team & play baseball related songs, etc.. I've got Harry Caray, Abbott & Costello, Bull Durham, Field of Dreams, Major League & A League of Their Own. Looking for WEEI's Joe Castiglione "Red Sox Win, Red Sox Win" or any other sportscaster for that matter so long as it captures the Red Sox winning World Series. Does anyone have any sort of .mp3 like this? Truckee, CA Little League extends a big thank you in advance!

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            • #7
              Friendly bump!
              :radio Please check out my collection of vintage baseball recordings:

              http://www.oldtimesports.net/users/AWilliams

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              • #8
                I am looking for the Mets Radio version of Game 3 and 6 of the 1986 NLCS and Game 6 and 7 of the 1986 World Series. Do they exist?

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                • #9
                  met games

                  Nugget, I know the Met broadcast of game 6 of the 86 NLCS and game 6 of the 86 World Series are available. Check on ebay. Also, there are internet sites that are licensed to sell baseball broadcasts.

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                  • #10
                    I have the commonly available complete game radio broadcasts from the golden age, but I would like to ask if anyone has game 4 of the 1941 World Series? The reason I ask is that I have seen several web sites stating that the Library of Congress holds this complete game broadcast among many others. Does this broadcast actually exist, and do any collectors have it? Thanks for any help...

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by jingram View Post
                      I have the commonly available complete game radio broadcasts from the golden age, but I would like to ask if anyone has game 4 of the 1941 World Series? The reason I ask is that I have seen several web sites stating that the Library of Congress holds this complete game broadcast among many others. Does this broadcast actually exist, and do any collectors have it? Thanks for any help...
                      I have heard Bob Elson's call of the missed third strike from the 41 W.S., so at least that highlight is available. Gillette kept a copy of all the games they sponsored (All Star and World Series) but they have never made those games available to the public. Gillette began sponsoring the World Series in 1939, so the 1941 World Series was preserved for sure. It would be great if Gillette would make the broadcasts they sponsored available to the public. I wrote to them several years ago to say just that but never got a response.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by jingram View Post
                        I have the commonly available complete game radio broadcasts from the golden age, but I would like to ask if anyone has game 4 of the 1941 World Series? The reason I ask is that I have seen several web sites stating that the Library of Congress holds this complete game broadcast among many others. Does this broadcast actually exist, and do any collectors have it? Thanks for any help...
                        Hmm... I do not have it, nor have I ever seen it on anyone's lists. I would be very interested in a copy, though!
                        :radio Please check out my collection of vintage baseball recordings:

                        http://www.oldtimesports.net/users/AWilliams

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                        • #13
                          I would love to trade, but unfortunately I have nothing except what was given in the above links. I have searched the web and can't find anything else. I hate to beg and would love to share...just don't have anything at this moment.

                          I would love to have some Indians broadcasts from the 70s when Herb Score and Joe Tait were the announcers. I grew up in north central Ohio and spent many hours listening to them. I remember taping some games back then, but unfortunately I never saved them.

                          Herb just recently passed away and it felt like I lost a friend.

                          What memories, Horrible teams, but they were my team.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by razorface View Post
                            I would love to trade, but unfortunately I have nothing except what was given in the above links. I have searched the web and can't find anything else. I hate to beg and would love to share...just don't have anything at this moment.

                            I would love to have some Indians broadcasts from the 70s when Herb Score and Joe Tait were the announcers. I grew up in north central Ohio and spent many hours listening to them. I remember taping some games back then, but unfortunately I never saved them.
                            Charlie Danrick is the guy who used to advertise baseball tapes in Baseball Digest for many years. He sells them on eBay, and I have always been pleased with what I received from him.

                            Hopefully it doesn't violate any etiquette here to post a link to his eBay store:

                            http://stores.ebay.com/Baseball-on-the-Radio

                            If you search the store for "Indians" or "Cleveland", you can find quite a few games. His site and also the MLB site (twice the price, though) were big boons to my collecting.

                            Steve

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                            • #15
                              thank you

                              I'll take a look.

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