An Archive of Video clips for Your Enjoyment

5-17-15 &nbsp The crack of the bat. We all know the sound. It is so distinctive. It's one of the great sounds in sports. Unfortunately, the only place you really get to hear that sound is at a professional baseball game. In backyards, high schools, colleges, town parks, and little league fields today you will hear a plink instead of the crack. The plink of an aluminum bat. This weeks video is a How its made for the aluminum baseball bat.

5-24-15 &nbsp Here is another World Series game 7. This time we move to 1965. The Minnesota Twins versus the Los Angeles Dodgers. As usual we have an array of stars in this game. The starting pitchers are Sandy Koufax on two days rest versus another great lefty Jim Kaat. In the field we have Harmon Killebrew, Bob Allison, Tony Oliva, Willie Davis, and Maury Wills among others. Perhaps one the best things about this game is getting to hear Vin Scully announce the game. Even back then his presentation was perfect. Sit back and enjoy the full game, 2:33 minutes, or skip around and find the highlights.

5-31-15 &nbsp In honor of the first no hitter in the FBN this year we take a look at all the no hitters and perfect games in MLB from 2009 through 2014. In a way it is a little surprising at the number of no hitters in that span. We the extreme matchups in SOM we do not have anywhere near as many no no's as the big leagues.

6-7-15 &nbsp Another World Series game 7. This time we move to 1968. The Detroit Tigers versus the St. Louis Cardinals. This series features such St. Louis stars as Bob Gibson, Lou Brock, Orlando Cepeda, and Curt Flood. For Detroit how about Mickey Lolich, Al Kaline, and Willie Horton. This is just the 9th inning of the game. Bob Gibson is pitching his 331st inning of the season. His seasonal ERA, how about an awe inspiring 1.12. Not too bad. Today's pitchers can only dream of stats like that. Of course todays pitching coaches wouldn't let him fall off the side of the mound like he does either. Mickey Lolich is only in his 247th inning but is on 2 days rest. He would go on to pitch 376 innings in 1971.

6-14-15 &nbsp We've seen some humongous home runs hit in MLB this season. Giancarlo Stanton has hit some bombs. He's not alone, Mike Trout and others have hit extremely long homers. Here is a video with a collection of "out of the park" home runs. These are real men homers. Enjoy!

6-21-15 &nbsp Here is another World Series game 7. Think back to 1971. Willie Stargell is leading the "We Are Family" Pittburgh Pirates against Earl Weaver's Baltimore Orioles. This is the series where Brooks Robinson put on a defensive show at third base. Again, an array of stars in this series, Roberto Clemente, Manny Sanguillen, Steve Blass, Boog Powell, Frank Robinson, and Jim Palmer are just a few. This is the entire game so you can watch all the action or skip around and find the highlights.

6-28-15 &nbsp Among the rarities in baseball is hitting for the cycle. Brock Holt of the Boston Red Sox hit for the cycle recently. Single, Double, Triple and home run all in the same game. Next to the perfect game and four home run games it is one of the most rare happenings in the game. Here is a video chronically some of the recent cycles. Enjoy!