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Amazing and amusing stories as told by the greatest Major League Baseball players of the 20th Century with host Don Drysdale

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Hall of Famer Robin Yount played his entire 20 year career with the Milwaukee Brewers, earning two MVP Awards and three All-Star appearances along the way. His only chance to play in the World Series was in 1982 against the St. Louis... more

Brooklyn Dodgers Hall of Fame shortstop, Pee Wee Reese wasn't nervous about playing in the World Series, he had done it with Brooklyn in 1941, '47, '49, '52, and '53 all losing to their crosstown rival New York Yankees. The... more

Some people remember the incredible plays made at third base that Graig Nettles made to help the Yankees beat the Dodgers in the 1978 World Series. In this episode of Radio Baseball Cards, Nettles remembers his contribution and that of... more

Hall of Fame Pitcher, Don Sutton started and ended his 23 year career (1966-1988) with the Los Angeles Dodgers, but had stops at five other franchises along the way. Over tha span he pitched in five World Series, and even... more

Willie "Pops" Stargell was a power hitting outfielder playing alongside his legedary mentor, Roberto Clemente, on the 1971 Pittsburgh Pirates. That year the Bucs outlasted the Baltimore Orioles in a seven game World Series classic. Clemente... more

The 1954 World Series was the only year between 1949-1958 when the Yankees didn't represent the American League. That year the Cleveland Indians played another New York team, the Giants. The Giants swept the Indians 4-0 and one... more

The A's were one of the original baseball franchises opening in 1901 at Shibe Park in Philadelphia. They moved to Kansas City after the 1954 season, and then controversial owner Charlie Finley moved them to Oakland, California in 1968.... more

September 11, 1985 Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati, OH, home of the Reds. The world is watching as Pete Rose is only one hit away from breaking the all time hits record set by Ty Cobb in 1910. Pitching for the San Diego Padres... more

In this episode of Radio Baseball Cards, originally published in 1987, Whitey Ford shares with Don Drysdale what may have happened to his Hall of Fame Pitching career if he didn't play baseball.

Anthony Keith Gwynn Sr. (May 9, 1960 – June 16, 2014), nicknamed "Mr. Padre", played 20 seasons (1982–2001) for the San Diego Padres. The left-handed hitting Gwynn won 8 batting titles in his career, tied for the most in... more

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