Frankie Frisch

Channel Title : St. Louis Cardinals Views : 389 DisLikes : 1 Published Date :2017-07-20T18:50:32Z
Learn about the switch-hitting Cardinals and Baseball Hall of Famer Frankie Frisch Check out http://MLB.com/video for more! About MLB.com: Former Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig announced on January 19, 2000, that the 30 Major League Club owners voted unanimously to centralize all of Baseballs Internet operations into an independent technology company. Major League Baseball Advanced Media (MLBAM) was formed and charged with developing, building and managing the most comprehensive baseball ex...!
Channel Title : A Room With A View Views : 280 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2017-11-18T11:34:21Z
Jay Hanna Dizzy Dean (January 16, 1910 – July 17, 1974), also known as Jerome Herman Dean, was an American professional baseball player. He played in Major League Baseball as a pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs and the St. Louis Browns. A brash and colorful personality, Dean was the last National League pitcher to win 30 games in one season. After his playing career, he became a popular television sports commentator. Dean was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1953. When t...!
Channel Title : National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Views : 1546 DisLikes : 1 Published Date :2011-08-31T16:38:07Z
Frankie Frisch, The Fordham Flash, an all-around athlete who jumped directly from college to the New York Giants, played on eight pennant-winners in 19 seasons. A fine switch-hitter, Frisch compiled a run of 11 straight .300 seasons and set single-season fielding records as a second baseman for chances and assists with the Cardinals in 1927. As player-manager with St. Louis, he instilled the rollicking all-out style of hard-nosed play that prompted sportswriters to tab the Cardinals The Gashouse...!
Channel Title : Tim Moore Views : 8005 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2013-02-11T03:30:20Z
Highlight video of Rogers Horsby, Frankie Frisch and Joe Medwick at the 2009 St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame Enshrinement Dinner...!
Channel Title : CooperstownExpert.com Views : 360 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2017-01-04T03:37:22Z
Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron, Sandy Koufax, and Cy Young are in everyones Hall of Fame. Marginal players like the ones selected on Frankie Frischs watch on the Veterans Committee have helped define and damage the Hall of Fame. His five most glaring selections -- George Kelly, Jesse Haines, Dave Bancroft, Ross Youngs, and Chick Hafey have ignited many arguments. Heres a big reason why: Imagine if your favorite player is Keith Hernandez and you think he should be in Cooperstown. Hes flat out a better f...!
Channel Title : Buddy Blattner - Topic Views : 130 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2014-09-15T05:04:25Z
Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Baseball - An Action History: Frankie Frisch remembers the Mud Cat Band (Spoken word) · Buddy Blattner · Spoken Word Take Me Out to the Ball Game ℗ Originally released 1958 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT Released on: 1997-08-05 Producer: Jerry Hoffman Auto-generated by YouTube....!
Channel Title : MLB Views : 389 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2015-06-12T02:22:51Z
6/11/15: Ichiro Suzuki singles in the 9th to pass Frankie Frisch with 2,881 hits, 39th on the all-time hit list Check out http://m.mlb.com/video for our full archive of videos, and subscribe on YouTube for the best, exclusive MLB content: http://youtube.com/MLB About MLB.com: Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig announced on January 19, 2000, that the 30 Major League club owners voted unanimously to centralize all of Baseballs internet operations into an independent technology company. Major ...!
Channel Title : MyFootage.com Views : 13492 DisLikes : 1 Published Date :2012-03-21T17:29:31Z
Reel #: 7001 The 3rd Annual Baseball All-Star game was played at Municipal Stadium in Cleveland on July 8, 1935, to a sold out crowd of 69,812. The managers were Mickey Cochrane and Frankie Frisch. The American League won 4-1, on the strength of pitching from Lefty Gomez and hitting by Al Simmons. With shots of Lou Gehrig, Mel Ott, Al Simmons, Dizzy Dean, and others. This clip is available for licensing without time code and logo - To inquire about licensing email us at [email protected] or ...!
Channel Title : leftfieldfarm Views : 115 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2017-06-03T18:40:58Z
Frankie at 12 months....!
Channel Title : Sports Trivia Views : 6 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2017-12-08T14:08:57Z
Watch this video to learn all about Frankie Frischs single season batting average in 1930...!
Channel Title : Sports Trivia Views : 1 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2017-12-08T14:11:20Z
Watch this video to learn all about Frankie Frischs single season batting average in 1930...!
Channel Title : leftfieldfarm Views : 45 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2017-12-30T20:02:38Z
Frankie (Floriscount x Dacaprio/Regazzoni) at 18 months on rock-hard ground....!
Channel Title : Sports Trivia Views : 2 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2017-12-08T13:59:28Z
Watch this video to learn all about Frankie Frischs single season batting average in 1923...!
Channel Title : Sports Trivia Views : 3 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2017-12-08T14:01:50Z
Watch this video to learn all about Frankie Frischs single season batting average in 1923...!
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Watch this video to learn all about Frankie Frischs single season batting average in 1923...!
Channel Title : Sports Trivia Views : 0 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2017-12-08T14:12:32Z
Watch this video to learn all about Frankie Frischs single season batting average in 1930...!
Channel Title : Sports Trivia Views : 0 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2017-12-08T14:10:08Z
Watch this video to learn all about Frankie Frischs single season batting average in 1930...!
Channel Title : historycomestolife Views : 2259 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2014-03-18T01:43:32Z
Art Nehf. Rube Marquard. Grover Clevland Alexander. 1921 New York Yankees. Home Run Baker. Rogers Hornsby. Nick Altrock and Al Schacht. Wilbert Robinson. Miller Huggins. Joe McCarthy. Tris Speaker. Frank Firsch. Pie Traynor. Charlie Gehringer. Carl Hubbell. Mickey Cochrane. Jimmy Foxx. Mel Ott....!
Channel Title : Sports Trivia Views : 0 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2017-12-08T14:00:43Z
Watch this video to learn all about Frankie Frischs single season batting average in 1923...!
Channel Title : historycomestolife Views : 5132 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2010-06-28T19:45:30Z
Baseball scrapbook. Art Nehf. Rube Marquard. Grover Cleveland Alexander. 1921 New York Yankees. Home Run Baker. Rogers Hornsby. Nick Altrock and Al Schacht. Wilbert Robinson. Miller Huggins. Joe McCarthy. Tris Speaker. Frank Frisch. Pie Traynor. Charlie Gehringer. Carl Hubbell. Mickey Cochrane. Jimmy Foxx. Mel Ott....!
Channel Title : Highland Woodworking Views : 6888 DisLikes : 7 Published Date :2017-10-07T12:20:06Z
Al Hudson is known as the “Dean of Woodworkers,” and his accomplishments go far beyond his many masterpieces that he’s produced in his 84 years of woodworking. We were invited to his Knoxville, Tennessee home and workshop to spend a moment with this amazing master. A handy guide to hand tools! We’ll take you on an insightful tour of the different families of precision tools you’ll never have to plug in. Wooden hand screws are great for holding your work — if you can figure them ou...!
Channel Title : lagarchivist Views : 4248 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2014-10-21T16:45:37Z
This year marks the 80th anniversary of the World Series victory by the Gas House Gang St. Louis Cardinals against the Detroit Tigers. Despite accumulating its highest winning percentage (.656) in its 114-year history, the Tigers fell at home in Game 7, 11-0. This film of Game 7 offers a glimpse at some of the greatest stars in the game --Dizzy Dean, Frankie Frisch and Joe Medwick of the Cardinals and playing-manager Mickey Cochrane of the Tigers. This game also featured a fight between Medwick ...!
Channel Title : Various Artists - Topic Views : 179 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2014-10-01T23:34:09Z
Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Dizzy Dean Show (August 7, 1948) · Dizzy Dean · Frankie Frisch Baseball! The Ultimate Collection Vol. 2 ℗ 2011 Vintage Masters Inc. Released on: 2011-09-01 Auto-generated by YouTube....!
Channel Title : MyFootage.com Views : 701 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2018-04-26T17:39:59Z
Reel #: 1432 TC In: 130953 TC Out: 131103 This clip is available for licensing without time code and logo - To inquire about licensing email us at [email protected] or call us at (212) 620-3955 - Please Subscribe to our channel, as we are constantly adding new clips. Thanks! Keywords Time: 1930s, 1934 Setting: Detroit, Michigan, St Louis, Missouri, Navin Field, Sportsmans Park People: Mickey Cochrane, Frank Frisch, Dizzy Dean, Ducky Medwick, Will Roger, henry ford, edsel ford, crowd, aud...!
Channel Title : Tyler Glaser Views : 1093 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2018-02-04T22:34:46Z
Jimmy Stewart and Curt Gowdy narrate the story of the first 100 years of baseball. Includes in game interview of then Vice President Richard Nixon and the first in-game interview of a sitting president with John F. Kennedy. SIDE ONE JIMMY STEWART: It begins in the Spring...; Cincinnati Red Stockings, 1869; Train travel in the early days; Historian Lee Allen on league formation; Voices of turn-of-the century players; Cy Young; Whos On First?; Bob Newhart; DeWolf Hopper: Casey at the Bat; Casey ...!
Channel Title : wiedep Views : 21145 DisLikes : Published Date :2013-10-19T01:37:31Z
7/10 American - 9 National - 7 NL BP.... #12 Al Lopez # 4 Chuck Klein # 1 Frank Frisch # 3 Joe Medwick # 5 Kiki Cuyler # 7 Wally Berger # 6 Mel Ott #21 Paul Waner # 2 Pie Traynor # 8 Bill Terry #10 Travis Jackson #11 Billy Herman AL BP... #20 Ben Chapman #16 Rick Ferrell #18 Pinky Higgins # 1 Charlie Gehringher # 2 Heini Manush - not Cronin # 3 Babe Ruth # 4 Lou Gehrig # 5 Jimmie Fox # 6 Al Simmons # 7 Joe Cronin # 8 Bill Dickey...!
Channel Title : CriticalPast Views : 91329 DisLikes : 31 Published Date :2014-05-31T06:57:13Z
CriticalPast is an archive of historic footage. The vintage footage in this video has been uploaded for research purposes, and is presented in unedited form. Some viewers may find some scenes or audio in this archival material to be unsettling or distressing. CriticalPast makes this media available for researchers and documentarians, and does not endorse or condone any behavior or message, implied or explicit, that is seen or heard in this video. Link to order this clip: http://www.criticalpast....!
Channel Title : Littleebbets Views : 6566 DisLikes : 4 Published Date :2011-10-01T12:07:51Z
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Channel Title : Frankie Laine - Topic Views : 239 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2018-06-28T11:18:12Z
Provided to YouTube by Columbia/Legacy Lovin Up a Storm · Frankie Laine · Jimmy Carroll & His Orchestra Columbia Sessions (1956 - 1964) ℗ Originally released 1958. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment Released on: 2018-06-29 Associated Performer: Frankie Laine with Jimmy Carroll & His Orchestra Composer, Lyricist: Al Frisch Composer, Lyricist: Charles Tobias Auto-generated by YouTube....!
Channel Title : CINEMANTIKARCHIVES Views : 1576 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2012-03-10T16:43:00Z
Frankie Frisch, idôle du baseball de léquipe des Giants de Sarasota, à lentraînement. A Clearwater en Floride, Les Dodgers sont entraînés par Ben Egan. Le Capitaine est Zach Wheat et le manager Wilburt Robinson. Les Saint Louis Browns sont entraînés à Tarpon Springs par George Sisler. Williams, Hornsby et Killefer des Cardinals. Walter Johnson des Senators, Carl Mays des Yankees. Babe Ruth. Golfeur Bobby Jones. Man OWar lun des meilleurs chevaux de course de tous les temps avec son jo...!
Channel Title : Bertelevision Views : 487 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2019-03-22T18:25:11Z
To celebrate its first four decades, WTIC Radio in Hartford, Connecticut presented four episodes of “The Broadcaster at Forty,” written and produced by David Wilkinson, as special editions of Dick Bertel’s daily “Americana” program. Announcer Bob Ellsworth also participates. This hour, which covers the years between 1924 and 1934, was broadcast on Monday, February 8, 1965. Highlights include: • The Travelers Insurance Company’s 1924 application for WTIC’s license • Upgradi...!
Channel Title : City of Allen Views : 3967 DisLikes : 1 Published Date :2017-11-16T18:30:03Z
Heres the full story of baseball legend Dizzy Dean. Join biographer Bo Carter as he discusses how this hall of famer captivated three generations of fans with his impressive pitching abilities and his broadcasting skills. For more information call 214-509-4911 or visit AllenLibrary.org. LINKS ========================== To see more On Stage @ APL https://www.youtube.com /playlist?list=PL192E96840170B7A3 For more information on Library events: http://www.allenlibrary.org Watch ACTV online 24/7 h...!
Channel Title : Saturdays World Views : 183 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2018-08-22T19:19:02Z
Starring Smith Ballew, Lou Gehrig, Evelyn Knapp, Arthur Loft, Si Jenks, Cy Kendall and Dick Curtis. Directed by Ray Taylor. Baseball immortal Lou Gehrigs only appearance in a Hollywood movie was this western for independent producer, Sol Lessor. Per Wikipedia: Filming took place in January 1938 during the baseball off-season. Other actors in the film are Arthur Loft, who plays the villain Ed Saunders, Dick Curtis, his henchman, and Cy Kendall, the corrupt sheriff. RAWHIDE premiered in March 1...!
Channel Title : CriticalPast Views : 1297 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2014-06-13T06:04:58Z
CriticalPast is an archive of historic footage. The vintage footage in this video has been uploaded for research purposes, and is presented in unedited form. Some viewers may find some scenes or audio in this archival material to be unsettling or distressing. CriticalPast makes this media available for researchers and documentarians, and does not endorse or condone any behavior or message, implied or explicit, that is seen or heard in this video. Link to order this clip: http://www.criticalpast....!
Channel Title : the78prof Views : 298 DisLikes : 1 Published Date :2019-06-27T17:44:34Z
Vocalist Marjorie Hughes was Frankie Carle’s daughter and was featured on a number of the band’s best-selling 1940s releases. CD audio source, originally issued on 78rpm Columbia 37252 - Roses In The Rain (Frisch-Wise-Carle) by Frankie Carle & his Orchestra, vocal by Marjorie Hughes, recorded December 23, 1946...!
Channel Title : National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Views : 27991 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2011-06-08T16:55:55Z
Stan Coveleski learned control as a youngster by throwing rocks at tin cans that swung from a tree. Though he pitched a shutout in his first big league start with the Athletics in 1912, it was the spitball he later learned in the Minor Leagues that helped make him a star. A five-time 20-game winner with Cleveland and Washington en route to 215 career victories, he emerged as the hero in the 1920 World Series, with three complete-game wins against Brooklyn while yielding only two runs. Watch mor...!
Channel Title : Chapman University IS&T Training Views : 363 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2016-11-04T21:45:25Z
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Channel Title : National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Views : 4412 DisLikes : 1 Published Date :2011-04-27T18:06:57Z
As famed sportswriter Dan Daniel once said, Bill Dickey isnt just a catcher, hes a ballclub. A key performer for the Yankees on eight American League pennant-winners and seven World Series champions, the expert handler of pitchers with the deadly accurate throwing arm was also a clutch hitter, batting over .300 in 10 of his first 11 full seasons. Known for his durability, he set an American League record by catching 100 or more games 13 years in a row. He finished his 17-year career with a .313 ...!
Channel Title : National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Views : 3884 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2011-02-07T18:24:39Z
Mickey Cochrane batted .320 during his 13-year career and excelled behind the plate, but he also possessed that special trait -- a fierce, competitive spirit -- which gave him exceptional leadership qualities. Black Mike was the spark of the Athletics pennant-winning teams of 1929, 30 and 31, hitting .331, .357 and .349, respectively. As player-manager for the Detroit Tigers from 1934-37, he directed them to a league championship in 1934 and the World Series title in 35. A beaning in 1937 ended ...!
Channel Title : St. Louis Cardinals Views : 218 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2017-08-12T00:43:29Z
A profile on former Cardinals owner Gussie Busch Check out http://MLB.com/video for more! About MLB.com: Former Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig announced on January 19, 2000, that the 30 Major League Club owners voted unanimously to centralize all of Baseballs Internet operations into an independent technology company. Major League Baseball Advanced Media (MLBAM) was formed and charged with developing, building and managing the most comprehensive baseball experience available on the Internet...!
Channel Title : Joe E. Brown - Topic Views : 9 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2020-04-03T06:10:51Z
Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises How To Play Baseball - Fielding (Part 2) · Joe E. Brown · Cornelius Peeples How To Play Baseball ℗ 2012 Radiophone Archives Released on: 2012-07-29 Auto-generated by YouTube....!
Channel Title : National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Views : 7327 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2011-02-07T17:45:44Z
Among the most consistent leadoff hitters in Major League history, Richie Ashburn was a solid center fielder and clutch hitter for the Philadelphia Phillies. Ashburn hit over .300 during nine of his 15 seasons, twice capturing the National League batting title, and he concluded his career with a .308 lifetime average. The five-time All-Star selection quickly moved to the broadcast booth following his playing days and called Phillies games for more than three decades. Watch more Baseball Hall of...!
Channel Title : Belleville News-Democrat Views : 218 DisLikes : 1 Published Date :2019-04-03T14:00:06Z
Hal of Fame second baseman Rogers Hornsby is the second greatest player in St. Louis Cardinals team history. https://www.bnd.com/sports/mlb/st-louis-cardinals/article228750839.html Video by Todd Eschman and Jason Koch/News-Democrat Read more here: https://www.bnd.com/sports/mlb/st-louis-cardinals/article223416885.html Subscribe to the Belleville News-Democrat on YouTube: https://bit.ly/2EwIfG3 Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/bellevillenewsd Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Bellevil...!
Channel Title : National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Views : 1966 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2014-07-23T02:17:00Z
This short video outlines Bobby Coxs rise to stardom and eventual acceptance as a 2014 inductee to the Baseball Hall of Fame. Watch more Baseball Hall of Fame videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheBaseballHall Visit the official Baseball Hall of Fame website: http://www.baseballhall.org Follow the Baseball Hall of Fame on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BaseballHall Like the Baseball Hall of Fame on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BaseballHall Follow the Baseball Hall of Fame on Google+: http...!
Channel Title : National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Views : 3084 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2010-11-30T14:18:40Z
Ted Williams called Bobby Doerr the silent captain of the Red Sox. He hit a lifetime .288 and .409 in the 46 World Series, driving in 100 runs six times, with a high of 120 in 1950. Doerr once held the American League record by handling 414 chances without an error and frequently led American League second basemen in double plays, putouts and assists. The affable second baseman was signed by Eddie Collins on the same scouting trip that netted Ted Williams for Boston. Watch more Baseball Hall of...!
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