Every other Tuesday at 9 AM a new podcast will be released.
May 4, 2021:
Larry Doby was the first black man to cross the color line in the American League, when he did so for the Cleveland Indians on July 5, 1947. A year later, he was a star for the team leading them to the World Championship. Bob Kendrick, President of the Negro League’s Baseball Museum is on SFH to talk about the Hall of Fame career of Larry Doby.
April 20, 2021:
Jim McCormick won 265 games during his 10-year MLB career. Twice he won at least 40-games and two other times he won at least 30-games. Five times he pitched more than 500-innings in a season including 657 2/3 in one year! He averaged 26 wins a year and finished his career with a 2.43 ERA. On this episode of SFH, along with Jay Wiley, founder of McCormickForTheHall.com, we talk about the forgotten career of Jim McCormick.
April 6, 2021:
In 1941, one of golf’s stars, a true gentleman, and one of the game’s forgotten heroes, finally broke through on the two of the game’s grandest stages – Augusta National and Colonial Country Club where he captured the only two Majors of his career, the Masters and the U.S. Open. On this episode of SFH, I take a look back at the remarkable career of Wood along with my guests Connor T. Lewis from the TalkinGolf History podcast and golf memorabilia collector George Petro.