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Kitty Carlisle on Whats My Line Stage actress and well-known panel show celebrity Kitty Carlisle appears as a mystery challenger on the syndicated version of What's My Line. Since Carlisle was an occasional panelist on the original WML, old colleagues Bennett Cerf and Arlene Francis were quick to recognize her.
Tags: Whats  My  Line  Kitty  Carlisle 
Added: 24th February 2009
Views: 4337
Posted By: Lava1964
Braves Field Here's a view of the spacious outfield of Braves Field in Boston. Braves Field was the home ballpark of the National League's Boston Braves from 1915 through 1952. After the Braves relocated to Milwaukee folowing the 1952 season, the historic ballpark was bought by Boston University.
Tags: Braves  Field  Boston 
Added: 13th January 2009
Views: 979
Posted By: Lava1964
Mark Fidrych SI Cover 1977 One of Sports Illustrated's more famous covers from the 1970s featured pitcher Mark (The Bird) Fidrych and Sesame Street's Big Bird. The quirky Fidrych was a breath of fresh air on the baseball scene in 1976 when he won 19 games for a fifth-place Detroit Tigers team that finished 24 games out of first place. Fidrych was named American League rookie of the year. Arm and knee injuries ruined his career. By the end of 1980 Fidrych was out of the major leagues.
Tags: Mark  Fidrych  SI  cover  baseball 
Added: 19th January 2009
Views: 1293
Posted By: Lava1964
Cleveland Barons Here's a sports trivia question to stump your friends: What was the last team in the four major professional sports leagues to fold? Answer: The National Hockey League's Cleveland Barons. The Barons began as the Oakland Seals in 1967. The Seals moved from California to Cleveland in 1976 after nine unsuccessful seasons on the west coast. In Ohio they failed to attract a following in two more unsuccessful seasons. The NHL allowed the Barons to merge with the financially strapped Minnesota North Stars for the 1978-79 season. The Cleveland Barons thus became the first NHL team to fold since 1942.
Tags: hockey  NHL  Cleveland  Barons 
Added: 12th May 2009
Views: 1446
Posted By: Lava1964
NHL Fatality Bill Masterton In January 1968 Bill Masterton of the Minnesota North Stars became only player in the long history of the National Hockey League to die as a result of an on-ice injury. Here's his story.
Tags: NHL  Bill  Masteron  fatality 
Added: 11th February 2009
Views: 2514
Posted By: Lava1964
Who is This Pitcher This pitcher lost the most games in major league history. Can you identify him?
Tags: baseball 
Added: 15th February 2009
Views: 902
Posted By: Lava1964
The Ice Bowl Cited by many as the greatest game ever played. By game time the temperature warmed to -13F. Played on December 31, 1967 played at Lambeau Field between Green Bay Packers and the Dallas Cowboys for the National Football League Championship. Green Bay won 21-17.
Tags: The  Ice  Bowl  reen  Bay  Packers  Dallas  Cowboys  National    Football  League  Championship  Lambeau  Field  cold  temperatures 
Added: 5th January 2014
Views: 1294
Posted By: Steve
Hal Chase - Crooked Ballplayer In the early years of the twentieth century, many ballplayers supplemented their paltry incomes by doing favors for gamblers. No one was more brazen in throwing games than first baseman Hal Chase. The handsome Chase was undeniably the best fielding first baseman in the major leagues, but his penchant for deliberately losing games for his gambler friends with timely errors made Chase wear out his welcome on numerous clubs. Fans often yelled, 'What's the odds, Hal?' whenever he took the field.
Tags: Hal  Chase   
Added: 13th May 2009
Views: 1643
Posted By: Lava1964
Jacques Plante Wears a Mask This Heritage Canada minute recreates the events in Madison Square Garden on the night of November 1, 1959 when Jacques Plante of the Montreal Canadiens became the first modern goaltender to regularly wear a mask in the National Hockey League.
Tags: hockey  Jacques  Plante  goalie  mask 
Added: 13th April 2009
Views: 1160
Posted By: Lava1964
Seattle Pilots The Seattle Pilots were an American League baseball club that lasted just one season--1969. This is the official team logo. The Pilots began play the same year as the Kansas City Royals, the San Diego Padres, and the Montreal Expos. The Pilots' owners were granted a team because they assured Major League Baseball a domed stadium would be built in Seattle within two years. That didn't happen. Instead they played at an antiquated minor league park called Sick's Stadium. The venue was so shoddy that seats were still being renovated on Opening Day. Visiting teams hated playing in Seattle because the ballpark's plumbing was horribly inadequate, forcing them to shower at their hotel. The stadium's toilets often failed when more than 10,000 people came to games. (That seldom happened; the Pilots drew just 677,944 fans for their 74 home dates. Still, the Pilots outdrew four other MLB clubs in 1969.) The team alienated potential supporters by having no local TV deal and charging as much as (gasp!) $6 per ticket--the highest price in MLB at the time. After finishing in last place in the American League West with a 64-98 record, and incurring losses of about $250,000, the team uprooted and moved to Milwaukee in 1970 and became the Brewers. Oddly enough, there is more interest in the Pilots now than when they were around. Mainly it is because of pitcher Jim Bouton's irreverent book, Ball Four.
Tags: Seattle  Pilots  baseball 
Added: 18th May 2009
Views: 1322
Posted By: Lava1964

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