This VERY RARE DVD "Ballfield to Battlefield and Back, From FDR to JFK" Filmed in COLOR and personally narrated by George Case (6 time American League stolen base champion, (4) time American League All Star) and Mickey Vernon. (2 time American League batting champion and (7) time American League All Star.). The DVD also features more than 40 future Hall of Famer's and (4) President's of the United States "throwing out the first ball" in Washington DC.
Take a step back in time with these videos
These video clips were created for some stories I wrote in the past. The clips come from the film The Game Comes Home.
In one of his last recorded interviews, Washington Senator great Mickey Vernon talks about his life and times in Major Leagues Baseball. With an active playing career that spanned from 1939-1960, Mickey established himself as one of the true greats of the game.
Mention New York City Sports and the first name that comes to mind is the Great Bambino, Babe Ruth.But, baseball fans in the Washington-Baltimore area might find it interesting to know of the Babe’s exploits at Old Griffith Stadium in Washington, D.C.
This is a series of recollections of the Old Griffith Stadium in Washington DC.The stadium is now gone and Howard University Hospital now stands in its place.
Video of the 1937 Major League Baseball All Star Game played at Griffith Stadium in Washington, D.C. FDR throws out the ceremonial first pitch.
This is a clip from the Baseball Documentary THE GAME COMES HOME