Baseball History Podcast
Join the Baseball History Podcast announcer as he explores this week in baseball history and a player biography.

Babe Phelps was a catcher for the Washington Senators, Chicago Cubs, Brooklyn Dodgers, and Pittsburgh Pirates in a career that spanned the years 1931 through 1942

Direct download: Baseball_HP_1135_Babe_Phelps.mp3
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Bill Freehan played his entire Major League career for the Detroit Tigers and was widely regarded as one of the game’s best defensive catchers.

Direct download: Baseball_HP_1134_Bill_Freehan.mp3
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Everett Scott was a shortstop for the Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees, Washington Senators, Chicago White Sox, and Cincinnati Reds in a career that lasted from 1914 until 1926.

Direct download: Baseball_HP_1133_Everett_Scott.mp3
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John W. Taylor, pitcher for the Chicago Orphans, Chicago Cubs, and St. Louis Cardinals in a career that spanned the seasons 1898 through 1906. For a five-year period he achieved a pitching record of never being relieved in a game.

Direct download: Baseball_HP_1132_Jack_Taylor.mp3
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Dom DiMaggio played his entire 11-year baseball career for the Boston Red Sox, a career that spanned the seasons 1940 through 1953.

Direct download: Baseball_HP_1131_Dom_DiMaggio.mp3
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