D.C. Baseball History Assorted Videos

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Frank Howard Nestle Quik Commercial

By Mark Hornbaker / D.C. Baseball History.com  

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Washington Senators assorted Radio Broadcasts

Thank you to Ernie Kyger for sharing these radio broadcasts with us.             Washington Senators final game 09301971 complete – Radio Broadcast     New York Yankees @ Washington Senators May 9 1965 Yankee radio network Washington Senators vs Atlanta Braves 03161969 Mr. Ted Williams Comes To Washington Ted Williams …

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Bill and Ed’s Excellent Baseball Adventure

Bill and Ed’s Excellent Baseball Adventure By Mark Segraves of NBC 4.

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Newsreel of the Washington Senators winning 1924 World Series

The Library of Congress recently found nearly perfectly preserved nitrate film of a “Kinograms” newsreel showing the Washington Senators winning 1924 World Series    

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World Series, Game 3 New York Giants vs. Washington Senators

October 5, 1933 World Series, Game 3 New York Giants vs. Washington Senators Griffith Stadium, Washington, D.C. New York leading series 2-0 I want to thank Buddy Blake for sharing this wonderful video that he found.

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Frank Howard hits his 39th home run of the 1968 season

8/31/68: Washington Senators slugger Frank Howard hits his 39th home run of the season.

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Frank Howard belts homer off Lolich 05/18/68 – Video

During a six game stretch from May 12, 1968 to May 18, 1968 the 6’7″ tall and 270lbs, Frank Howard punished the opposing pitchers by hitting a Major League-record 10 home runs in a span of 20 at bats. Frank Howard hits two more home runs off of the Tigers’ starter Mickey Lolich. The home …

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Tom Brown the local legend

Only Man to Play for Both the Redskins and the Senators Made Career of Teaching Sports to Children By Mark Segraves

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The Game Comes Home Web Series – D.C. Baseball History.

The Game Comes Home Web Series about D.C. Baseball History. The Game Comes Home is a new weekly documentary web series chronicling the History of Baseball in Washington, D.C. Interviews with Dick Heller, Phil Wood, Hank Thomas, Charlie Brotman, Mark Gauvreau Judge, Timothy Gay, Brad Snyder, Mickey Vernon, Chuck Hinton and many others tell the …

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1960 Home Run Derby – Washington Players

Home Run Derby, was produced by Lou Breslow and hosted by Actor and Baseball Broadcaster Mark Scott, it was released in the winter of 1960. The show aired from January, 1960 to July, 1960. Washington was represented by Harmon Killebrew, Bob Allison, and Jim Lemon. Thanks to Jack Toomey for suggesting we post these videos. …

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