An Archive of Video clips for Your Enjoyment

9-22-19 The Cleveland Spiders of the American League. Most of you probably have never heard of them (maybe our historian Roland has). The Spiders where once Cy Young's team. In fact, he threw his first no-hitter for them in 1897. Someone collected still pictures from that game and pieced together a video featuring Young's first no-hitter. I think it is done very well. I hope you enjoy "Pitching Diamonds: Cy Young's First No-Hitter, September 18, 1897".


9-29-19 Imagine that your father is a bus driver and has you come to work with him. He picks up the Brooklyn Dodgers at the airport and you get to meet the team. Jackie Robinson and Roy Campanella tell you if you work hard maybe someday you can be a Dodger. Later that day they let you be the bat boy for the game and you play catch with Gil Hodges. That is some lucky kid. Fast forward some years and you do become a Dodger. A pretty good one at that. Ten time all-star, a gold glove winner, and NL MVP. Check out "Legends of Dodger Baseball, Steve Garvey".


10-6-19 Most professional athletes do unbelievable things. Their speed, power and coordination are unbelievable. Most pro catchers also have great reflexes. Catching a foul tip is all reflex (maybe a little luck too). This weeks video features "MLB Catchers Showing Off Their Reflexes".


10-13-19 Ichiro Suzuki is a sure fire Hall of Famer. He had 3000 hits despite playing his early career in Japan. When he came to the US he became an instant fan favorite. He was a lot more than a bat though. He was a great outfielder. Here is a nice video with "Ichiro Suzuki Career Defensive Hightlights".


10-20-19 Throughout the season there are a lot of great plays during a baseball game. We all watch television to catch the highlights. When the highlight is the final out of the game it seems a little more special. An over the fence catch or acrobatic out takes on some additional significance when it ends the game. Check out the "MLB Best Game Ending Plays".


10-27-19 I hope everyone is enjoying the World Series on television. We've had a few good games so far and hopefully there are more to come. As we watch the games we see the importance of the big hit in the key situation. A clutch hit that turns the game around. Perhaps no player was better in the clutch then David Ortiz. Time and time again he came through when it counted. I hope you enjoy "The King of Clutch, David Ortiz".