Mel Allen

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

Kevin Appier

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

Richie Ashburn

Don Richard “Richie” Ashburn, a Hall of Fame outfielder,…

Carlos Baerga

In just his third season in the major leagues, Carlos Baerga…

Red Barber

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

Rex Barney

With the possible exception of Sandy Koufax, no Dodger pitcher…

Steve Blass

Shortstop Jackie Hernandez glided behind second base, smoothly…

Buddy Blattner

Boxing and college football were regular fixtures on network…

Bert Blyleven

Bert Blyleven’s career statistics speak for themselves: 287…

Lou Boudreau

In 1942, the Cleveland Indians chose their slow-footed, hard-hitting,…

Larry Bowa

The Philadelphia Phillies’ World Series victory in 1980 was…

Marty Brennaman

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

Jim Britt

Jim Britt was the radio and television voice of both the Boston…

Jack Buck

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

Dave Campbell

Seemingly the only assured thing in Dave Campbell’s career…

Bill Campbell

Bill Campbell could be excused for deeming life as unlucky as…

Harry Caray

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

Paul Carey

For 19 seasons, Detroit Tigers baseball on the radio meant “Ernie…

Herb Carneal

"Hi, everybody” was the trademark opening of Herb Carneal,…

Joe Castiglione

Curt Gowdy was the Cowboy behind the mike. Ned Martin quoted…

Betty Caywood

“Betty Caywood is a tall, beautiful blonde with big blue eyes,”…

Bob Chandler

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

Jerry Coleman

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

Gordy Coleman

In high school he starred in four sports, and drew the most plaudits…