"Lost Ballparks", with Mike Koser, is a podcast that takes you on a journey to the golden age of baseball's Lost Ballparks as told by the players, broadcasters and fans who provide first hand accounts of what it was like to sit in the seats on a summer afternoon at Ebbets Field, the Polo Grounds, Forbes Field, Yankee Stadium, Comiskey Park, Crosley Field and many more. New episodes every Wednesday.
Bob Ley is a multi Emmy winner, Iconic ESPN Sports Anchor, one of the originals of the network, joining ESPN 3 days after its launch in 1979 and our guest on this week's podcast. From his first game at Yankee Stadium in 1961 to watching the 1969 World Series at Memorial Stadium to watching a game at Wrigley Field and then broadcasting a game at Comiskey Park...in the same day, Bob Ley is here to share his unique experiences a...
There are only 2 living members of the Brooklyn Dodgers who played in and won the 1955 World Series; pitchers Roger Craig and Carl Erskine. Erskine, our first guest on Lost Ballparks, won 122 games for the Dodgers between 1948-1959. He was an All-Star, World Champion and author of 2 no-hitters. Oh, by the way, he struck out Mickey Mantle 4 times. In one game! He also played at Ebbets Field, the Polo Grounds and Yankee Stadium and h...
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