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  • 4 Classic Games via Old Time Radio

    Game 1 1954 World Series: NY Giants vs Cleveland Indians: http://ia311537.us.archive.org/3/ite...catch_pt_1.mp3

    WS Game 2 NY Yanks vs Brooklyn: 1956 World Series: http://ia311537.us.archive.org/3/ite...WSGM5-2of4.mp3

    June 4th, 1957 Chicago Cubbies vs Brooklyn Dodgers: http://ia311537.us.archive.org/3/ite...rs__Part_1.mp3

    Game 7 WS NY Yankees vs Pittsburgh Pirates
    Part 1: http://ia311537.us.archive.org/3/ite...WSGm7-1of4.mp3
    Part 2: http://ia311537.us.archive.org/3/ite...WSGm7-2of4.mp3
    Part 3: http://ia311537.us.archive.org/3/ite...WSGm7-3of4.mp3
    Part4: http://ia311537.us.archive.org/3/ite...WSGm7-4of4.mp3

    Some clips are complete games, while most are condensed versions. Nonetheless it's pretty cool to hear the old school radio announcers.
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  • #2
    There are so many cool things on archive.org. Right now I'm reading "The Project Gutenberg EBook of Spalding's Baseball Guide and Official
    League Book for 1889, edited by Henry Chadwick" over there.
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    • #3
      Here's a few more as well:

      http://www.archive.org/search.php?qu...Aradioprograms
      :radio Please check out my collection of vintage baseball recordings:

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

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      • #4
        Thanks for posting those links, guys. These are some really cool files. I felt like I was actually there back in days of olde, listening to these old-timey ballgames. Much appreciated.
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        • #5
          Here's something I found poking around that website: The Adventures of Babe Ruth

          http://www.archive.org/details/Babe_Ruth
          "Hey Mr. McGraw! Can I pitch to-day?"

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          • #6
            Great broadcasts! For those of us who are technically challenged, how do we download say the '61 NY-BOS game into itunes/ipods?
            "He's tougher than a railroad sandwich."
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            • #7
              There's actually a Baseball Historian podcast available in iTunes (several as a matter of fact - Baseball History Podcast is also good) that has a bunch of old games, as well as the Adventures of Babe Ruth and player retrospectives. The site is here and a link that will open right up in iTunes is here.
              Last edited by Scoops; 02-24-2008, 03:23 PM.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Scoops View Post
                There's actually a Baseball Historian podcast available in iTunes (several as a matter of fact - Baseball History Podcast is also good) that has a bunch of old games, as well as the Adventures of Babe Ruth and player retrospectives. The site is here and a link that will open right up in iTunes is here.
                Thank you scoops!
                "He's tougher than a railroad sandwich."
                "You'se Got The Eye Of An Eagle."

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                • #9
                  By the by, if you do download an mp3 off of archive.org (or wherever), all you have to do to get it into iTunes is drag it into the iTunes window. The program will scan it, read whatever info it can from it and add it to your library.

                  For the example of the 1961 game, which I don't think has shown up in a podcast, click on the HTTP link that says "All Files: FTP HTTP". On that page, right click on the different mp3 files and choose to save them somewhere on your computer. Once they're downloaded, just drag them into iTunes.
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                  • #10
                    Cooperstown Music releases a couple dozen old broadcasts a year. They have released the following in the last 12 months
                    1934 World Series game 4
                    1935 World Series game 3
                    1936 World Series game 6
                    1943 World Series game 3
                    1945 World Series games 1,3,7
                    1953 World Series game 3 (recreation 1-6 actual 7-9)
                    1955 World Series game 6
                    1934 All-Star game
                    1936 All-Star game
                    1944 All-Star game
                    1963 All-Star game
                    1970 All-Star game

                    Other games
                    9-26-39 Cards vs Reds
                    10-1-50 Dodgers-Phillies last two innings Phil Net
                    5-6-56 Yankees vs White Sox (Chi Net)
                    6-16-57 Dodgers vs Cardinals
                    (8-17-57 Dodgers vs Pirates
                    8-8-58 Yanks vs Red Sox
                    9-20-59 Yanks-Red Sox
                    8-26-60 Yanks-Indians
                    6-18-61 Yanks vs Tigers
                    6-30-62 Mets-Dodgers Koufax no-hitter
                    4-12-65 Red Sox-Senators Curt Gowdy
                    4-8-69 Pilots-Angels

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