Mel Allen

Mel Allen was The Voice:"his boom box of a voice" – Curt Smith"that…

Red Barber

The man who broadcast Jackie Robinson’s first season with the…

Marty Brennaman

On July 23, 2000, Marty Brennaman, radio voice of the Cincinnati…

Jack Brickhouse

Jack Brickhouse, a broadcaster best known for covering Chicago…

Jack Buck

On the night of September 17, 2001, a frail white-haired man…

Harry Caray

“The taxi driver, the bartender, the waitress, the man in the…

Jerry Coleman

This biography appears in San Diego Padres: The First Half Century…

Jimmy Dudley

In a 1984 interview, former Cleveland Indians broadcaster Jimmy…

Bob Elson

At age 25, Bob Elson had the ideal attributes to appeal to a…

Joe Garagiola

Hundreds of ballplayers, from Jack Graney to Alex Rodriguez,…

Curt Gowdy

In a career spanning more than 40 years, Curt Gowdy became recognized…

Ken Harrelson

Kenneth Smith Harrelson was born on September 4, 1941, in Woodruff,…

Ernie Harwell

For 55 seasons, baseball fans were able to get a greater enjoyment…

Al Helfer

“Brother Al” Helfer was the everyday voice of baseball in…

Russ Hodges

People of a certain age know where they were when the Japanese…

Tony Kubek

Tony Kubek was a bit anxious. Not just because he was the starting…

Denny Matthews

This biography appears in Kansas City Royals: A Royal Tradition…

Tim McCarver

For those who saw Tim McCarver break in with the St. Louis Cardinals…

Arch McDonald

Arch McDonald was the first radio voice of the New York Yankees,…

Graham McNamee

Red Barber described how Graham McNamee helped break the ground…

Lindsey Nelson

“I’ve done football for fun,” Lindsey Nelson once said.…

Bob Prince

Hall of Fame broadcaster Bob Prince was a man of paradox. He…

Byrum Saam

The man of a zillion words, summer after summer, just … “Rolling…

Vin Scully

Chances are if one were to poll SABR members about the greatest…