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1934 All Star Game
1934 All Star Game. Carl Hubbell strikes out Ruth, Gehrig, Foxx, Simmons, and Cronin consecutively. Graham McNamee, Ford Bond, Tom Manning
1934 Yankees-Tigers 9/20
Yankees-Tigers game played at Navin Field on 9/20/1934.  Called by Ty Tyson.
1934 World Series Game 1
First game of the 1934 World Series.  Dizzy Dean is in control and Medwick bangs out 4 hits. Graham McNamee, Ford Bond, Tom Manning
1934 World Series Game 2
Second game of the 1934 World Series.  Detroit wins 3-2 behind Schoolboy Rowe. Pat Flanagan, Ted Husing, France Laux
1934 World Series Game 4
Fourth game of the 1934 World Series.  Eldon Auker cruises to victory behind Greenberg and Rogell. Pat Flanagan, Ted Husing, France Laux
1934 World Series Game 6
Sixth game of the 1934 World Series.  Paul Dean outduels Schoolboy Rowe, 4-3. Pat Flanagan, Ted Husing, France Laux
1934 World Series Game 7  Seventh game of the 1934 World Series.  Medwick is forced to leave the field as the Detroit fans throw bottles onto the field.
1935 All Star Game
1935 All Star Game played in Cleveland.  A.L. wins, 4-1.  Called by Ellis Vanderpyl and Bob Elson.
1935 World Series Game 3
Third game of the 1935 World Series @ Wrigley Field.  Called by Red Barber and Bob Elson on Mutual Radio.
1935 World Series Game 6
Sixth game of the 1935 World Series @ Navin Field.  Called by Boake Carter. Hal Totten, and Ty Tyson.
1936 All Star Game
1936 All Star Game played in Boston.  N.L. wins, 4-3.  Called by Linus Travers and Fred Hoey on WGN Mutual.
1936 As-White Sox 7/30
As-White Sox game played at Comiskey Park on 7/30/1936.  Sox beat Connie Mack's As, 7-4. Called by Hal Totten.
1936 Red Sox-White Sox 7/31
Red Sox-White Sox game played on 7/31/36 at Comiskey Park.  Jimmie Foxx stars.  Called by George Watson, Frank Payne, Hal Totten
1936 Red Sox-White Sox 8/2 Red Sox-White Sox  game played at Comisky Park on 8/2/1936.  Chicago wins, 9-1.  Called by Hal Totten.
1936 Chicago Series Game 1
Sox win Game 1 of City Series between the two Chicago clubs, 5-1.  Called by George Watson & Fred Palmer.
1936 World Series Game 1
First game of the 1936 World Series.  Called by Tom Manning  Warren Brown  and Ty Tyson.
1936 World Series Game 3  Third game of the 1936 World Series.  Called by Tom Manning  Red Barber  and Ty Tyson.
1936 World Series Game 5 Fifth game of the 1936 World Series.  Called by Gabriel Heater, Tony Wakeman, and Bob Elson.
1936 World Series Game 6 Sixth game of the 1936 World Series.  Called by Tom Manning  Red Barber  and Ty Tyson.
1937 World Series Game 1  First game of the 1937 World Series.  Called by Tom Manning and Red Barber.
1937 World Series Game 5
Fifth game of the 1937 World Series. DiMaggio, Gehrig, and Ott swing the big bats.  Called by Warren Brown, Tom Manning, Red Barber.
1938 All Star Game
1938 All Star Game played in Cincinnati.  N.L. wins, 4-1.  Called by Dick Bray and Bob Elson.
1938 World Series Game 2  Second game of the 1938 World Series.  Called by John Harrington and Pat Flanagan.
1938 World Series Game 4
Fourth game of the 1938 World Series @ Yankee Stadium.  Called by Mel Allen, Bill Dyer, and France Laux (CBS).
1939 All Star Game
1939 All Star Game played at Yankee Stadium.  A.L. wins, 3-1.  Called by Mel Allen, France Laux, and Arch McDonald.
1939 World Series Game 2
Second game of the 1939 World Series @ Yankee Stadium.  Called by Red Barber and Bob Elson on Mutual Radio.
1940 All Star Game 1940 All Star Game.  The N.L. wins on a shutout.  Called by Mel Allen and France Laux
1941 All Star Game  1941 All Star Game.  Ted Williams wins it in the ninth with a monster home run.  Called by Ty Tyson.
1941 World Series Game 4
Fourth game of the 1941 World Series.  Mickey Owens drops the final strike, and the Yanks roar back.  Called by Red Barber & Bob Elson.
1942 All Star Game
1942 All Star Game.  First wartime All Star Game is won by the American League, 3-1.  Jim Britt, Mel Allen, and Bob Elson.
1942 Service All Star Game
The winners of the All Star Game take on Bob Feller and his war all-stars.  Called by Jack Graney, Waite Hoyt & Bob Elson.
1942 World Series Game 2
Second game of the 1942 World Series.  Called by Mel Allen and Red Barber.
1942 World Series Game 3
Third game of the 1942 World Series.  Called by Mel Allen and Red Barber.
1942 World Series Game 5
Fifth game of the 1942 World Series @ Yankee Stadium.  Called by Red Barber and Mel Allen.
1943 All Star Game
1943 All Star Game.  Bobby Doerr and Vince DiMaggio homer under the lights as the A.L. wins, 5-3.  Bill Corum, Red Barber, Mel Allen
1943 World Series Game 5
Final game of the 1943 World Series. The Yankees beat the Cardinals 2-0 on Bill Dickey's 2-run homer.  Red Barber and Bob Elson
1944 All Star Game
1944 All Star Game played in Pittsburgh.  N.L. wins, 7-1.  Called by Don Dunphy and Bill Slater.
1945 World Series Game 1
First game of the 1945 World Series.  Cubs win, 9-0.  Called by Bill Corum, Al Helfer, and Bill Slater.
1945 World Series Game 2
Second game of the 1945 World Series.  Tigers win, 4-1 on Greenberg's 3-run homer.  Called by Bill Corum, Al Helfer, and Bill Slater.
1945 World Series Game 3 Third game of the 1945 World Series.  Cubs win, 3-0.  Called by Bill Corum, Al Helfer, and Bill Slater.
1945 World Series Game 4
Fourth game of the 1945 World Series.  Tigers win, 4-1.  Called by Bill Corum, Al Helfer, and Bill Slater.
1945 World Series Game 5 Fifth game of the 1945 World Series.  Tigers win, 8-4.  Called by Bill Corum, Al Helfer, and Bill Slater.
1945 World Series Game 6 Sixth game of the 1945 World Series.  Cubs win 8-7 in 12 innings.  Called by Bill Corum, Al Helfer, and Bill Slater.
1945 World Series Game 7
Seventh game of the 1945 World Series.  Tigers win behind Hal Newhauser.  Called by Bill Corum, Al Helfer, and Bill Slater.
1948 All Star Game   1948 All Star Game.  The A.L. wins, 5-2.  Called by France Laux, Jim Britt, and Mel Allen
1948 World Series Game 1   First game of the 1948 World Series.  Called by Mel Allen and Jim Britt.
1948 World Series Game 2   Second game of the 1948 World Series.  Called by Mel Allen and Jim Britt.
1948 World Series Game 3  Third game of the 1948 World Series.  Called by Mel Allen and Jim Britt.
1948 World Series Game 4   Fourth game of the 1948 World Series.  Called by Mel Allen and Jim Britt.
1948 World Series Game 5  Fifth game of the 1948 World Series.  Called by Mel Allen and Jim Britt.
1948 World Series Game 6  Sixth game of the 1948 World Series.  Called by Mel Allen and Jim Britt.
1949 Red Sox-Yankees 10/2  Yankees-Red Sox game played at Yankee Stadium on 10/2/1949.  Yankees win the pennant in the season finale. Called by Curt Gowdy and Mel Allen.
1949 World Series Game 1  First game of the 1949 World Series.  Called by Mel Allen and Red Barber.
1949 World Series Game 2  Second game of the 1949 World Series.  Called by Mel Allen and Red Barber.
1949 World Series Game 3  Third game of the 1949 World Series.  Called by Mel Allen and Red Barber.
1949 World Series Game 4  Fourth game of the 1949 World Series.  Called by Mel Allen and Red Barber.
1949 World Series Game 5  Fifth game of the 1949 World Series.  Called by Mel Allen and Red Barber.
1950 Giants-Dodgers 4/22 Giants-Dodgers game played at Ebbets Field on 4/22/1950.  Called by Red Barber and Connie Desmond.
1950 Braves-Dodgers 5/13  Braves-Dodgers game played at Ebbets Field on 5/13/1950.  Called by Red Barber and Connie Desmond.
1950 Pirates-Dodgers 5/20 Pirates-Dodgers game played at Ebbets Field on 5/20/1950.  Called by Red Barber and Connie Desmond.
1951 Giants-Dodgers Playoff 3  Final Playoff Game between the Dodgers and Giants to decide the 1951 pennant.  Thomson's home run wins it in the ninth.  Called by Gordon McClendon.
1954 World Series Game 1  First game of the 1954 World Series.  Called by Jimmy Dudley and Al Helfer.  Willie Mays makes a spectacular catch in centerfield.
1954 World Series Game 2  Second game of the 1954 World Series.  Called by Jimmy Dudley and Al Helfer.
1954 World Series Game 3  Third game of the 1954 World Series.  Called by Jimmy Dudley and Al Helfer.
1954 World Series Game 4
Fourth game of the 1954 World Series.  Called by Jimmy Dudley and Al Helfer
1955 All Star Game
1955 All Star Game (missing some non-scoring innings).  N.L. wins, 6-5 in 12 innings.   Called by Bob Neal and Earl Gillespie.
1955 World Series Game 2 Second game of the 1955 World Series.  The Yankees win, 4-2.  Called by Al Helfer and Bob Neal.
1955 World Series Game 3
Third game of the 1955 World Series.  The Dodgers win, 8-3.  Called by Al Helfer and Bob Neal.
1955 World Series Game 5
Fifth game of the 1955 World Series.  The Dodgers win, 5-3.  Called by Al Helfer and Bob Neal.
1955 World Series Game 6
Sixth game of the 1955 World Series.  The Yankees win, 5-1.  Called by Al Helfer and Bob Neal.
1955 World Series Game 7
Seventh game of the 1955 World Series.  Brooklyn finally beats the Yankees in a World Series.  Called by Al Helfer and Bob Neal.
1956 All Star Game
1956 All Star Game played in Washington D.C. N.L. wins, 7-3.  Called by Bob Neal and Bob Wolff.
1956 World Series Game 1
First game of the 1956 World Series.  Sal Maglie beats the Yanks despite a Mantle homer.  Called by Bob Neal and Bob Wolff.
1956 World Series Game 5  Fifth game of the 1956 World Series.  Called by Bob Neal and Bob Wolff.  This is Don Larsen's Perfect Game.
1956 World Series Game 6  Sixth game of the 1956 World Series.  Called by Bob Neal and Bob Wolff.
1957 Dodgers-Phillies 4/16
First night season opener at Connie Mack Stadium.  12-inning, 7-6 Dodger win.  Called by Jerry Doggett and Al Helfer.
1957 Pirates-Dodgers 4/21  Pirates-Dodgers game played at Ebbets Field on 4/21/1957.  Called by Vin Scully Al Helfer and Jerry Doggett.
1957 Reds-Dodgers 5/7
Reds-Dodgers game played at Ebbets Field on 5/7/1957.  Called by Vin Scully Al Helfer and Jerry Doggett.
1957 Dodgers-Braves 5/14  Dodgers-Braves game played at County Stadium on 5/14/1957.  Called by Vin Scully Al Helfer and Jerry Doggett.
1957 Dodgers-Pirates 5/30  Dodgers-Pirates game played at Forbes Field on 5/30/1957.  Called by Vin Scully and Al Helfer.
1957 Cubs-Dodgers 6/4  Cubs-Dodgers game played at Ebbets Field on 6/4/1957.  Called by Vin Scully Al Helfer and Jerry Doggett.
1957 All Star Game  1957 All Star Game.  The A.L. wins a tight one, 6-5.  Called by Bob Neal and Harry Caray.
1957 Braves-Dodgers 7/14  Braves-Dodgers game played at Ebbets Field on 7/14/1957.  Called by Vin Scully Al Helfer and Jerry Doggett.
1957 Cubs-Dodgers 7-20  Cubs-Dodgers game played at Ebbets Field on 7/20/1957.  Called by Vin Scully Al Helfer and Jerry Doggett.
1957 Dodgers-Reds 7/28  Dodgers-Reds game played at Crosley Field on 7/28/1957.  Called by Vin Scully Al Helfer and Jerry Doggett.
1957 Giants-Dodgers 8/5  Giants-Dodgers game played at Ebbets Field on 8/5/1957.  Called by Vin Scully Al Helfer and Jerry Doggett.
1957 Giants-Dodgers 8/31   Giants-Dodgers game played at Ebbets Field on 8/31/1957.  Called by Vin Scully Al Helfer and Jerry Doggett.
1957 Dodgers-Giants 9/8   Giants-Dodgers game played at the Polo Grounds on 9/8/1957.  Called by Vin Scully and Jerry Doggett.
1957 World Series Game 1   First game of the 1957 World Series.  Called by Earl Gillespie and Bob Neal.
1957 World Series Game 2   Second game of the 1957 World Series.  Called by Earl Gillespie and Bob Neal.
1957 World Series Game 3
Third game of the 1957 World Series.  Called by Earl Gillespie and Bob Neal.
1957 World Series Game 4   Fourth game of the 1957 World Series.  Called by Earl Gillespie and Bob Neal.
1957 World Series Game 5   Fifth game of the 1957 World Series.  Called by Earl Gillespie and Bob Neal.
1957 World Series Game 6   Sixth game of the 1957 World Series.  Called by Earl Gillespie and Bob Neal.
1957 World Series Game 7   Seventh game of the 1957 World Series.  Called by Earl Gillespie and Bob Neal.
1958 Yankees-Indians 5/25 (G1)  Yankees-Indians game played at Cleveland Stadium on 5/25/1958 (Game 1.)  Called by Phil Rizzuto and Mel Allen.
1958 All Star Game  1958 All Star Game.  Called by Bob Neal and Ernie Harwell.
1958 Yankees-Red Sox 8/16 Yankees-Red Sox game played at Fenway Park on 8/16/1958.  Called by Phil Rizzuto and Mel Allen.
1958 World Series Game 5  Fifth game of the 1958 World Series.  Called by Earl Gillespie and Bob Wolff.
1958 World Series Game 6   Sixth game of the 1958 World Series.  Called by Earl Gillespie and Bob Wolff.
1958 World Series Game 7  Seventh game of the 1958 World Series.  Called by Earl Gillespie and Bob Wolff.
1959 Red Sox-Yankees 4/12  Red Sox-Yankees game played at Yankee Stadium on 4/12/1959.  Called by Red Barber  Phil Rizzuto and Mel Allen.
1959 All Star Game  8/3  1959 All Star Game, played on 8/3/1959.   Called by Russ Hodges and Bob Neal.
1959 World Series Game 1   First game of the 1959 World Series.  Called by Mel Allen and Byrum Saam.
1959 World Series Game 2
Second game of the 1959 World Series.  Called by Mel Allen and Byrum Saam.
1959 World Series Game 3
Third game of the 1959 World Series.  Called by Mel Allen and Byrum Saam.
1959 World Series Game 4  Fourth game of the 1959 World Series.  Called by Mel Allen and Byrum Saam.
1959 World Series Game 5   Fifth game of the 1959 World Series.  Called by Mel Allen and Byrum Saam.
1959 World Series Game 6
Sixth game of the 1959 World Series.  Called by Mel Allen and Byrum Saam.
1960 Orioles-Yanks 4/24  Orioles-Yankees game played at Yankee Stadium on 4/24/1960.  Called by Phil Rizzuto and Mel Allen.
1960 Orioles-Yankees 5/31   Orioles-Yankees game played at Yankee Stadium on 5/31/1960.  Called by Phil Rizzuto and Mel Allen.
1960 Indians-Yankees 6/10
Indians-Yankees game played at Yankee Stadium on 6/10/1960.  Called by Red Barber, Phil Rizzuto, and Mel Allen.
1960 Yankees-Senators 7/5  Yankees-Senators game played at Griffith Stadium on 7/5/1960.  Called by Phil Rizzuto and Mel Allen.
1960 Yankees-Red Sox 7/10   Yankees-Red Sox game played at Fenway Park on 7/10/1960.  Called by Phil Rizzuto and Mel Allen.
1960 All Star Game  7/11  1960 All Star Game played on 7/11/1960.   Called by Merle Harmon and Dan Daniels.
1960 Yankees-Tigers 7/17 (G2)
Yankees-Tigers game played at Briggs Stadium on 7/17/1960.  Called by Mel Allen and Phil Rizzuto.
1960 Yankees-Red Sox 9/25   Yankees-Red Sox game played at Fenway Park on 9/25/1960.  Called by Red Barber Phil Rizzuto and Jim Gordon.
1960 World Series Game 1   First game of the 1960 World Series.  Called by Jack Quinlan and Chuck Thompson.
1960 World Series Game 2
Second game of the 1960 World Series.  Called by Jack Quinlan and Chuck Thompson.
1960 World Series Game 3
Third game of the 1960 World Series.  Called by Jack Quinlan and Chuck Thompson.
1960 World Series Game 4   Fourth game of the 1960 World Series.  Called by Jack Quinlan and Chuck Thompson.
1960 World Series Game 5
Fifth game of the 1960 World Series.  Called by Jack Quinlan and Chuck Thompson.
1960 World Series Game 6
Sixth game of the 1960 World Series.  Called by Jack Quinlan and Chuck Thompson.
1960 World Series Game 7  Seventh game of the 1960 World Series.  Bill Mazeroski ends it with a home run.  Called by Jack Quinlan and Chuck Thompson.
1960 World Series Game 7  (TV)
Complete original TV AUDIO-ONLY broadcast of the seventh game of the 1960 World Series.  Called by Bob Prince and Mel Allen.
1961 Angels-Orioles 4/11
The Angels win their initial Major League game, as Ted Kluszewski hits 2 home runs.  Called by Steve Bailey, Bob Kelley, and Don Wells
1961 Tigers-Yankees 5/14 G1
First game of Tigers-Yankees doubleheader played on May 14, 1961 at Yankee Stadium.  Called by Phil Rizzuto, Red Barber, and Mel Allen.
1961 Orioles-Yankees 5/21
Orioles-Yankees game played on May 21, 1961 at Yankee Stadium.  Called by Phil Rizzuto, Mel Allen, and Red Barber.
1961 Yankees-Red Sox 5/30
Yankees-Red Sox game played at Fenway Park on 5/30/1961.  Called by Mel Allen and Rhil Rizzuto.
1961 Angels-Yankees 6/11 G1
Angels-Yankees, first game of double-header played at Yankee Stadium on 6/11/1961.  Called by Phil Rizzuto, Mel Allen, and Red Barber.
1961 Angels-Yankees 6/11 G2 Angels-Yankees, second game of double-header played at Yankee Stadium on 6/11/1961.  Called by Phil Rizzuto, Mel Allen, and Red Barber.
1961 Yankees-Tigers 6/18
Yankees-Tigers game played on June 18, 1961 at Tiger Stadium.  Called by Phil Rizzuto and Mel Allen.
1961 Senators-Yankees 7/2
Senators-Yankees game played at Yankee Stadium on 7/2/1961.  Called by Phil Rizzuto  and Red Barber.
1961 All Star Game  7/11  1961 All Star Game (First Game) played on 7/11/1961.   Called by Jerry Doggett and Jimmy Dudley.
1961 Yankees-White Sox 7/15
Yankees-White Sox game played at Comiskey Park on 7/15/1961.  Yankees win 9-8 in 10 innings.  Called by Mel Allen and Phil Rizzuto.
1961 Yankees-Red Sox 7/23   Yankees-Red Sox game played at Fenway Park on 7/23/1961.  Called by Mel Allen and Phil Rizzuto.
1961 All Star Game  7/31 1961 All Star Game (Second Game) played at Fenway Park on 7/31/1961.  Called by Ernie Harwell and Blaine Walsh.
1961 Athletics-Yankees 8/2 Kansas City Athletics-Yankees game played at Yankee Stadium on 8/2/1961.  Called by Phil Rizzuto, Mel Allen and Red Barber.
1961 Yankees-Senators 8/12   Yankees-Senators game played at Griffith Stadium on 8/12/1961.  Called by Mel Allen and Phil Rizzuto.
1961 Yankees-Indians 8/20 G1
Yankees-Indians, first game of double-header played at Municipal Stadium.  Called by Phil Rizzuto and Mel Allen.
1961 Yankees-Athletics 8/27
Yankees-Athletics game played at Municipal Stadium on 8/27/1961.  The Yankees win, 8-7.  Called by Mel Allen and Phil Rizzuto.
1961 Tigers-Yankees 9/3  Yankees-Tigers game played at Yankee Stadium on 9/3/1961.  Called by Phil Rizzuto  Red Barber and Mel Allen.
1961 Senators-Yankees 9/4 G1 Senators-Yankees, first game of double-header played at Yankee Stadium on 9/4/1961.  Called by Phil Rizzuto, Mel Allen, and Red Barber.
1961 Indians-Yankees 9/10 G1
First game of doubleheader between the Indians and Yankees, at Yankee Stadium.  Called by Red Barber, Mel Allen, and Phil Rizzuto.
1961 Yankees-Tigers 9/17
Yankees-Tigers game played on September 17, 1961 at Tiger Stadium.  Called by Phil Rizzuto and Mel Allen.
1961 Yankees-Orioles 9/19 G2 Yankees-Orioles, second game of double-header played at Memorial Stadium on 9/19/1961.  Called by Phil Rizzuto and Red Barber.
1961 Yankees-Orioles 9/20   Yankees-Orioles game played at Municipal Stadium on 9/20/1961.  Yankees clinch the pennant.  Called by Phil Rizzuto and Mel Allen.
1961 Yankees-Red Sox 9/24 Yankees-Red Sox game played on September 24, 1961 at Fenway Park.  Called by Phil Rizzuto and Mel Allen.
1961 Red Sox-Yankees 10/1   Yankees-Red Sox game played at Yankee Stadium on 10/1/1961.  Roger Maris hits #61.  Called by Phil Rizzuto  Red Barber and Mel Allen.
1961 World Series Game 1
First game of the 1961 World Series.  Called by Bob Wolff and Waite Hoyt.
1961 World Series Game 2
Second game of the 1961 World Series.  Called by Bob Wolff and Waite Hoyt.
1961 World Series Game 3   Third game of the 1961 World Series.  Called by Bob Wolff and Waite Hoyt.
1961 World Series Game 4  Fourth game of the 1961 World Series.  Called by Bob Wolff and Waite Hoyt.
1961 World Series Game 5
Fifth game of the 1961 World Series.  Called by Bob Wolff and Waite Hoyt.
1962 Mets-Cardinals 4/11  Mets-Cardinals game played at Sportsmans Park on 4/11/1962.  Mets first game.  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1962 Mets-Pirates 4/22
Mets-Pirates at Forbes Field.  Pirates win their 10th straight as Mets lose their 9th.  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1962 Dodgers-Mets 5/30
Dodgers-Mets at the Polo Grounds.  Willie Davis wins it in the ninth.  Missing 2 batters.  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1962 Giants-Mets 6/1
Giants-Mets game played at Polo Grounds on 6/1/1962.  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1962 Giants-Cardinals 6/8 Giants-Cardinals game played at Sportsmans Park on 6/8/1962.  Called by Harry Caray and Jack Buck.
1962 Mets-Dodgers 6/30
Sandy Koufax pitches his first No-Hitter.  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy with Vin Scully Bonus track.
1962 Cardinals-Mets 7/8
Cardinals-Mets game played at Polo Grounds on 7/8/1962.  Musial hits 3 homers.  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1962 All Star Game  7/10 1962 All Star Game played on 7/10/1962.   Called by Lindsey Nelson & John McLean.
1962 All Star Game 7/30
1962 All Star Game played on 7/30/1962.  Called by Jack Quinlan and George Kell.
1962 Mets-Cubs 9/30
Mets-Cubs game played at Wrigley Field on 9/30. Mets lose 120th and Hit into Triple Play. Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1962 Giants-Dodgers Playoff 3  Final Playoff Game to decide the 1962 pennant.  Wally Schirra's 6-orbit flight is tracked throughout the broadcast.  Called by George Kell and Al Helfer.
1962 World Series Game 2
Second game of the 1962 World Series.  Called by Joe Garagiola and George Kell.
1962 World Series Game 7  Seventh game of the 1962 World Series.  Called by Joe Garagiola and George Kell.
1963 Cardinals-Mets 6/7   Cardinals-Mets game played at Polo Grounds on 6/7/1963.  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1963 Cardinals-Mets 6/9 (G2)   Cardinals-Mets game played at Polo Grounds on 6/9/1963 (Game 2.)  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1963 Phillies-Mets 6/23
Phillies-Mets at the Polo Grounds.  Piersall hits 100th career homer and runs the bases backwards.  Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1963 All Star Game
1963 All Star Game played in Cleveland.  N.L. wins, 5-3.  Called by Bob Neal and George Bryson.
1963 Braves-Cardinals 9/15  Braves-Cardinals game played on 9/15/1963.  Bonus: Musial's last HR and his last hit/ last game ceremony.  Called by Harry Caray and Jerry Gross.
1963 Dodgers-Cards 9/16
Dodgers-Cardinals game played on 9/16/63 at Sportsmans' Park.  Exciting pennant race battle.  Called by Jack Buck and Harry Caray.
1963 World Series Game 1  First game of the 1963 World Series.  Called by Joe Garagiola and Ernie Harwell.
1963 World Series Game 2   Second game of the 1963 World Series.  Called by Joe Garagiola and Ernie Harwell.
1963 World Series Game 3   Third game of the 1963 World Series.  Called by Joe Garagiola and Ernie Harwell.
1963 World Series Game 4  Fourth game of the 1963 World Series.  Called by Joe Garagiola and Ernie Harwell.
1964 Pirates-Mets 4/17  Pirates-Mets game played at Shea Stadium on 4/17/1964.  First game at Shea with ceremonies.  Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1964 Reds-Colts 4/23
Reds beat the Colts 1-0 at Colt Stadium, as Ken Johnson becomes the only pitcher to lose a no-hitter.  Called by Loel Passe and Gene Elston.
1964 Reds-Mets 5/6
Reds-Mets game played on 5/6/1964 at Shea Stadium.  First night game at Shea.  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1964 Phillies-Mets 6/21 (1)
Jim Bunning throws a Perfect Game on Fathers Day.  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1964 Twins-Yankees 7/4
Twins-Yankees game played on July 4, 1964 at Yankee Stadium.  Called by Phil Rizzuto, Mel Allen, and Jerry Coleman.
1964 All Star Game  1964 All Star Game.   Called by Blaine Walsh and Dan Daniels.
1964 Mets-Cards 10/3
Mets-Cardinals game played on 10/3/64.  Cards fighting for pennant, but Mets win, 15-5.  Called by Jack Buck and Harry Caray.
1964 Mets-Cards 10/4
Mets-Cardinals game played on 10/4/64.  Cardinals win, 11-5, and nail down the pennant.  Called by Jack Buck and Harry Caray.
1964 Indians-Yankees 10/4  Indians-Yankees game played at Yankee Stadium on 10/4/1964.  Called by Phil Rizzuto  Red Barber and Mel Allen.
1964 World Series Game 1
First game of the 1964 World Series.  Called by Phil Rizzuto and Joe Garagiola
1964 World Series Game 2
Second game of the 1964 World Series.  Called by Phil Rizzuto and Joe Garagiola.
1964 World Series Game 3  Third game of the 1964 World Series.  Called by Harry Caray and Curt Gowdy.
1964 World Series Game 4  Fourth game of the 1964 World Series.  Called by Harry Caray and Curt Gowdy.
1964 World Series Game 5
Fifth game of the 1964 World Series.  Called by Harry Caray and Curt Gowdy.
1964 World Series Game 6
Sixth game of the 1964 World Series.  Called by Phil Rizzuto and Joe Garagiola.
1964 World Series Game 7  Seventh game of the 1964 World Series.  Called by Phil Rizzuto and Joe Garagiola.
1965 Yankees-Astros 4/9   Yankees-Astros game played at the Astrodome on 4/9/1065.   Astrodome debut.  Called by Harry Kalas Loel Passe and Gene Elston.
1965 Red Sox-Senators 4/12
Red Sox-Senators game at D.C. Stadium on 4/12/1961.  All runs are scored on homers.  Called by Mel Parnell, Ned Martin, and Curt Gowdy.
1965 Mets-Dodgers 4/20/65
Mets-Dodgers game played 4/20/65.  Warren Spahn's first win as a Met.  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1965 Cardinals-Mets 5/11 Cardinals-Mets game played at Shea Stadium on 5/11/1965.  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1965 Dodgers-Mets 6/11
Dodgers-Mets game played on June 11, 1965 at Shea Stadium.  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1965 Mets-Reds 6/14
Mets-Reds at Crosley Field.  Jim Maloney loses no-hitter, and game, in the 11th.  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1965 Yankees-Twins 7/11  Yankees-Twins game played at Metropolitan Stadium on 7/11/1965.  Called by Joe Garagiola  Red Barber and Jerry Coleman.
1965 All Star Game   1965 All Star Game.   Called by Herb Carneal and Bob Prince.
1965 Mets-Dodgers 8/10
Sandy Koufax wins his 20th game of the season, with 14 strikeouts.  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy
1965 Cardinals-Mets 8/22 (G2)  Cardinals-Mets game played at Shea Stadium on 8/22/1965 (Game 2.)  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1965 World Series Game 1  First game of the 1965 World Series.  Called by Joe Garagiola and Byrum Saam.
1965 World Series Game 2 Second game of the 1965 World Series.  Called by Joe Garagiola and Byrum Saam.
1965 World Series Game 3  Third game of the 1965 World Series.  Called by Joe Garagiola and Byrum Saam.
1965 World Series Game 4  Fourth game of the 1965 World Series.  Called by Joe Garagiola and Byrum Saam.
1965 World Series Game 5  Fifth game of the 1965 World Series.  Called by Joe Garagiola and Byrum Saam.
1965 World Series Game 6  Sixth game of the 1965 World Series.  Called by Joe Garagiola and Byrum Saam.
1965 World Series Game 7  Seventh game of the 1965 World Series.  Called by Joe Garagiola and Byrum Saam.
1966 Braves-Cards 5/12
Braves-Cardinals game played on 5/12/1966.  First game at Busch Stadium.  Called by Harry Caray, Jack Buck, and Jerry Gross.
1966 All Star Game
1966 All Star Game played in St. Louis.  N.L. wins 2-1 in ten innings.  Called by Tony Kubek and Jim Simpson.
1966 Braves-Mets 9/11
Braves-Mets game played 9/11/66 at Shea.  Nolan Ryan's debut.  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1966 Astros-Mets 9/30
Astros-Mets game played at Shea Stadium on 9/30/1966.  Larry Dierker is perfect into the 9th.  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1966 World Series Game 1   First game of the 1966 World Series.  Called by Bob Prince and Chuck Thompson.
1966 World Series Game 2   Second game of the 1966 World Series.  Called by Bob Prince and Chuck Thompson.
1966 World Series Game 3   Third game of the 1966 World Series.  Called by Bob Prince and Vin Scully.
1966 World Series Game 4  Fourth game of the 1966 World Series.  Called by Bob Prince and Vin Scully.
1967 Dodgers-Cardinals 6/11(G1)   Dodgers-Cardinals game played at Busch Stadium on 6/11/1967 (Game 1.)  Called by Jerry Doggett and Vin Scully.
1967 Dodgers-Cardinals 6/11(G2)   Dodgers-Cardinals game played at Busch Stadium on 6/11/1967 (Game 2.)  Called by Jerry Doggett and Vin Scully.
1967 Braves-Astros 6/18
Braves-Astros game played at the Astrodome, 6/18/67.  Don Wilson throws a no-hitter.  Called by Harry Kalas, Loel Passe, and Gene Elston.
1967 White Sox-Red Sox 9/2  White Sox-Red Sox game played at Fenway Park on 9/2/1967.   Called by Red Rush and Bob Elson.
1967 Phillies-Cardinals 9/12  Phillies-Cardinals game played at Busch Stadium on 9/12/1967.  Called by Jack Buck and Harry Caray.
1967 Twins-Red Sox Oct.1  Complete original TV AUDIO-ONLY broadcast. Red Sox win the pennant. Called by Curt Gowdy  Pee Wee Reese and Sandy Koufax.
1967 World Series Game 1   First game of the 1967 World Series.  Called by Harry Caray and Pee Wee Reese.
1967 World Series Game 2  Second game of the 1967 World Series.  Called by Harry Caray and Pee Wee Reese.
1967 World Series Game 3
Third game of the 1967 World Series.  Called by Ken Coleman  and Pee Wee Reese.
1967 World Series Game 4
Fourth game of the 1967 World Series.  Called by Ken Coleman  and Pee Wee Reese.
1967 World Series Game 5   Fifth game of the 1967 World Series.  Called by Ken Coleman  and Pee Wee Reese.
1967 World Series Game 6   Sixth game of the 1967 World Series.  Called by Harry Caray  and Pee Wee Reese.
1967 World Series Game 7  Seventh game of the 1967 World Series.  Called by Harry Caray  Pee Wee Reese and Jim Simpson.
1968 Tigers-Yankees 4/28
Game between the Tigers and Yankees, played at Yankee Stadium on 4/28/68.  Called by Phil Rizzuto and Jerry Coleman.
1968 Yankees-White Sox 5/4  Yankees-White Sox game played at Comiskey Park on 5/4/1968.  Called by Frank Messer and Jerry Coleman.
1968 All Star Game
1968 All Star Game played in Houston's Astrodome. The NL wins, 1-0.  Called by Gene Elston, Tony Kubek, and Jim Simpson.
1968 As-Tigers 9/14  A's-Tigers played on 9/14/1968.  McLain wins 30. Called by Ernie Harwell and Ray Lane.  Heavily edited, includes 40 minutes of 1968 Tiger highlights.
1968 Yankees-Tigers 9/17   Yankees-Tigers game played at Tiger Stadium on 9/17/1968.  Called by Frank Messer and Phil Rizzuto.
1968 Cardinals-Dodgers 9/20  Cardinals-Dodgers game played at Dodger Stadium on 9/20/1968.  Called by Jack Buck and Harry Caray.
1968 Yankees-Red Sox 9/28  Yankees-Red Sox game played at Fenway Park on 9/28/1968.  Mantle's final at-bat.  Called by Frank Messer and Phil Rizzuto.
1968 World Series Game 1  First game of the 1968 World Series.  Called by Ernie Harwell and Pee Wee Reese.
1968 World Series Game 2  Second game of the 1968 World Series.  Called by Ernie Harwell and Pee Wee Reese.
1968 World Series Game 3
Third game of the 1968 World Series.  Called by Jack Buck and Pee Wee Reese.
1968 World Series Game 4
Fourth game of the 1968 World Series.  Called by Jack Buck and Pee Wee Reese.
1968 World Series Game 5  Fifth game of the 1968 World Series.  Called by Jack Buck and Pee Wee Reese.
1968 World Series Game 6  Sixth game of the 1968 World Series.  Called by Ernie Harwell and Pee Wee Reese.
1968 World Series Game 7  Seventh game of the 1968 World Series.  Called by Ernie Harwell and Pee Wee Reese.
1969 Yankees-Senators 4/7  Yankees-Senators game played on 4/7/1969.  Ted Williams' managerial debut.  Called by Frank Messer Jerry Coleman and Phil Rizzuto.
1969 Pilots-Angels 4/8
Pilots win their initial Major League game.  Missing innings 3 and 4.  Called by Don Wells and Dick Enberg.
1969 Expos-Mets 4/9
Expos-Mets game played at Shea Stadium on 4/9/1969.  Called by Russ Taylor and Dave Van Horne.
1969 Expos-Mets 4/10 Expos-Mets game played at Shea Stadium on 4/10/1969.  Called by Russ Taylor and Dave Van Horne
1969 Expos-Cubs 6/22  Expos-Cubs game played at Wrigley Field on 6/22/1969.   Called by Russ Taylor and Dave Van Horne.
1969 Pirates-Expos 7/17
Pirates-Expos game played at Jarry Park on 7/17/1969.   Called by Russ Taylor and Dave Van Horne.
1969 As-Twins 7/5
As-Twins game played at Metropolitan Stadium on 7/5/1969.  Reggie Jackson hits a mammoth home run.  Called by Curt Gowdy and Tony Kubek.
1969 Cubs-Mets 7/9  Cubs-Mets game played at Shea Stadium on 7/9/1969.  Tom Seaver is perfect into the ninth.  Called by Ralph Kiner  Bob Murphy and Lindsey Nelson.
1969 Mets-Dodgers 9/3  Mets-Dodgers game played at Dodger Stadium on 9/3/1969.  Called by Jerry Doggett & Vin Scully.
1969 Cubs-Mets 9/8  Cubs-Mets game played at Shea Stadium on 9/8/1969.  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1969 Cardinals-Mets 9/24 Cardinals-Mets game played at Shea Stadium on 9/24/1969.  Mets clinch NL East.  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1969 NLCS Game 3 Mets-Braves Third game of the 1969 NLCS Series. Mets win their first NL pennant.  Called by Ralph Kiner  Bob Murphy and Lindsey Nelson.
1969 World Series Game 1   First game of the 1969 World Series.  Called by Jim Simpson and Ralph Kiner.
1969 World Series Game 2  Second game of the 1969 World Series.  Called by Jim Simpson and Ralph Kiner.
1969 World Series Game 3  Third game of the 1969 World Series.  Called by Jim Simpson and Bill O'Donnell.
1969 World Series Game 4  Fourth game of the 1969 World Series.  Called by Jim Simpson and Bill O'Donnell.
1969 World Series Game 5  Fifth game of the 1969 World Series.  Called by Jim Simpson and Bill O'Donnell.
1970 Mets-Pirates 4/7  Mets-Pirates game played at Forbes Field on 4/7/1970.  Last opener at Forbes.  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1970 Padres-Mets 4/22  Padres-Mets game played at Shea Stadium on 4/22/1970.  Seaver strikes out 19.  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1970 Mets-Expos 5/18
Mets-Expos game played at Jarry Park on 5/18/1970.   Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1970 Cubs-Pirates 6/28 (G2)  Cubs-Pirates game played at Forbes Field on 6/28/1970 (second game).  Last game at Forbes.  Called by Gene Osborn  Nellie King and Bob Prince.
1970 All Star Game
1970 All Star Game played in Cincinnati.  N.L. wins 5-4 in 12 innings as Pete Rose runs over Ray Fosse.  Called by Sandy Koufax and Jim Simpson.
1970 World Series Game 5  Fifth game of the 1970 World Series.  Called by Jim Simpson and Jim McIntyre.
1971 All Star Game   1971 All Star Game.   Called by Sandy Koufax and Jim Simpson.
1971 Giants-Padres 9/30  Giants-Padres game played at San Diego Stadium on 9/30/1971.  Called by Lon Simmons and Bill Thompson.
1971 ALCS Game 1 Orioles-As  First game of the 1971 ALCS Series between the Twins and Orioles.  Called by Chuck Thompson and Bill O'Donnell.
1971 World Series Game 1 First game of the 1971 World Series.  Called by Bob Prince and Jim Simpson.
1971 World Series Game 2
Second game of the 1971 World Series.  Called by Bob Prince and Jim Simpson
1971 World Series Game 3 Third game of the 1971 World Series.  Called by Bill O'Donnell and Jim Simpson.
1971 World Series Game 4  Fourth game of the 1971 World Series.  Called by Bill O'Donnell and Jim Simpson.
1971 World Series Game 5 Fifth game of the 1971 World Series.  Called by Bill O'Donnell and Jim Simpson.
1971 World Series Game 6
Sixth game of the 1971 World Series.  Called by Bob Prince and Jim Simpson
1971 World Series Game 7  Seventh game of the 1971 World Series.  Called by Jim Simpson  Bob Prince and Bill O'Donnell.
1972 Padres-Mets 7/4  Padres-Mets game played at Shea Stadium on 7/4/1972.  Seaver takes no-hitter into the ninth.  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1972 Yankees-Royals 8/15
Yankees-Royals game played on 8/15/1972.  Wild 7-6 Royals win.  Called by Bill White, Phil Rizzuto, and Frank Messer.
1976 Mets-Dodgers 8/19
Mets-Dodgers game at Dodger Stadium on 8/19.  L.A. scores 4 in the ninth to win.  Called by Lindsey Nelson  Ralph Kiner and Bob Murphy.
1977 Royals-White Sox 7/31 (G1)
Royals-White Sox game played at Comiskey on 7/31/1977.  Ten-inning thriller.  Called by Mary Shane, Lorn Brown, Jim Piersall, and Harry Caray.
1978 Cardinals-Pirates 4/22
Cardinals-Pirates game played on 4/22 in Pittsburgh.  Thrilling 8-7 Pirate win.  Called by Mike Shannon, Bob Starr, and Jack Buck.
1978 Yankees-Red Sox Playoff
Yankees-Red Sox playoff game to decide the A.L. East Championship, played on 10/2/1978 at Fenway Park.  Called by Ned Martin and Jim Woods.

Special Presentations (These are on a single CD):
Mickey Mantle Memorable Moments 60 minutes of thrilling and emotional highlights from his first World Series homer in 1952 to his retirement ceremonies in 1969. 
Great Moments in Baseball 34 highlights from Owens' passed ball in the 1941 World Series to Ken Griffey Sr. and Jr. getting consecutive base hits in 1990.
Harry Caray Golden Anniversary Narrated by Jack Brickhouse, includes vintage Harry calls like Musial's 3000th hit, and of course, Harry's rendition of "Take Me Out to the Ball Game."

Complete Football Games:
ARMY-Notre Dame 1946
The original "Game of the Century", when two undefeated teams that had averaged over 30 points per game dueled to a 0-0 tie. Called by Bill Stern
1957 Championship
1957 NFL Championship game between the Browns and Lions at Briggs Stadium.  The Lions win, 59-14.  Called by Ray Scott and Bill McColgan.
1958 Championship  1958 NFL Championship game between the Colts and Giants at Yankee Stadium.  The Colts win in overtime.  Called by Joe Boland and Bill McColgan.
1960 Championship 1960 NFL Championship game between the Eagles and Packers at Franklin Field.  The Eagles win a thriller.  Called by Jack Whitaker and Blaine Walsh.
1962 Championship 1962 NFL Championship game between the Packers and Giants at Yankee Stadium.  The Packers win, 16-7.  Called by Ken Coleman and Ted Moore.
1963 Championship 1963 NFL Championship game between the Bears and Giants at Wrigley Field.  The Bears win, 14-10.  Called by Pat Summerall and Jim Gibbons.
Michigan State-Notre Dame 1966
Two unbeaten teams battle to a 10-10 tie.  Both teams were later awarded the National Championship. Called by Frank Sweeney and Jim Morse
Super Bowl I Chiefs vs. Packers
The Green Bay Packers win the first Super Bowl convincingly, defeating the Kansas City Chiefs.  Called by George Ratterman and Jim Simpson
1967 NFL Title Packers-Cowboys The NFL Championship game of 1967, which came to be known as "The Ice Bowl".  Called by Chuck Johnson and Ted Moore.
Super Bowl II Raiders vs. Packers  Complete original radio broadcast of Super Bowl II between the Green Bay Packers and Oakland Raiders.  Called by Tom Hedrick and Jack Drees.
Super Bowl III Jets vs. Colts
Complete original radio broadcast of Super Bowl III between the New York Jets and Baltimore Colts.  Called by Summerall, Ratterman, Charlie Jones.
1970 Cotton Bowl
The Texas Longhorns defeat Notre Dame 21-17 with a thrilling comeback late in the game.  Called by Connie Alexander and Jack Buck
Super Bowl V  Colts vs. Cowboys Complete original radio broadcast of Super Bowl V between the Baltimore Colts and Dallas Cowboys. Called by Al DeRogatis and Jay Randolph
Raiders-Steelers 12/23/1972
AFC Semi-Final Playoff Game, made famous when Franco Harris scored on his "Immaculate Reception" with 5 seconds left in the game.