MLB Radio's The Vault
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MLB Radio opens The Vault to bring baseball's golden age into the digital realm with the best of these rarely-heard original radio broadcasts. Go back in time and explore the archives of baseball's best games, featuring legendary players and broadcasters.
||Clean1991 NLCS, Gm 7, ATL-PIT: Braves advance to Series - TEST||Listen to the original radio broadcast as the Braves, one game away from their first World Series since 1958, pin their hopes on a 24-year old pitcher named John Smoltz. Hear CBS announcers John Rooney and Jerry Coleman call a legendary start in a Hall of Fame career.||1/4/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1991 NLCS, Gm 7, ATL-PIT: Braves advance to Series||Listen to the original radio broadcast as the Braves, one game away from their first World Series since 1958, pin their hopes on a 24-year old pitcher named John Smoltz. Hear CBS announcers John Rooney and Jerry Coleman call a legendary start in a Hall of Fame career.||7/24/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1990 WS, Gm 4, CIN-OAK: Reds complete the sweep||Listen to the original radio broadcast as the underdog Reds take their first championship in 14 years with an unlikely World Series sweep of the powerhouse Oakland A's. Hear legendary Reds announcer Marty Brenneman call the play-by-play as Cincinnati once again becomes the Big Red Machine.||7/11/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1939 Inaugural Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony||6/12/39: Baseball celebrates its centennial by opening the National Baseball Hall of Fame, inducting the first four classes 1936-39 at the Grand Opening. Hear from Babe Ruth, Cy Young, Connie Mack, Ty Cobb, Commissioner Kennesaw Mountain Landis and many more legends of the game in this rare archival radio broadcast.||1/21/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1960 WS, Gm 7, NYY-PIT: Bill Mazeroski's Walk-Off Home Run||10/30/60: Hear highlights from the original radio broadcast of this famous contest between the Pirates and Yankees, as light-hitting second baseman Bill Mazeroski hits the first-ever World Series winning walk-off against the heavily-favored Yankees' Billy Terry in front of a revelatory crowd at Forbes Field.||1/11/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1962 WS, Gm 7, NYY-SF: A Dynasty's Last Championship||10/16/62: A classic pitchers' duel between the Giants' Jack Sanford and the Yankees' Ralph Terry, who was also trying to earn redemption for yielding Bill Mazeroski's World Series-winning walk-off two years earlier. Listen to highlights of this classic ballgame, as heard on NBC Radio's broadcast with Joe Garagiola and George Kell.||2/9/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1964 WS, Gm 7, NYY-STL: Bob Gibson Goes the Distance||10/15/64: Future Hall-of-Famer Bob Gibson took the hill for his third start of the Series on two days rest, to face the Mel Stottlemyre and a waning Yankee dynasty that still featured Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris. Hear highlights of NBC Radio's broadcast as called by Joe Garagiola and Phil Rizzuto.||10/13/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1965 WS, Gm 7, LAD-MIN: Koufax Dominates||10/14/65: Dodger manager Walter Alston called on Sandy Koufax to pitch Game 7 on just two days rest, and the lefty didn't disappoint in the decisive game against the Minnesota Twins. Hear highlights from Byram Saam and Joe Garagiola's broadcast that night as well Vin Scully's postgame interview with Sandy himself.||8/24/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1967 AL Pennant Chase: The Final Day||10/1/67: On the final day of the regular season, the Red Sox, Twins and Tigers were all still vying for the AL Pennant. Hear highlights of NBC's broadcast that day from Curt Gowdy, Pee Wee Reese and Sandy Koufax from the game between the Red Sox and Twins, with updates from Tiger Stadium.||2/14/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean8/29/77, STL-SD: Lou Brock Steals History||Lou Brock needed one more stolen base to tie Ty Cobb's all-time record of 892, as the St. Louis Cardinals visited Padres Stadium in San Diego. Hear Bob Starr and Jack Buck's original radio call of the record-tying and record-breaking steals, as heard that night on KMOX.||4/9/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1978 AL East Playoff, NYY-BOS: Bucky Dent Shocks the Sox||10/2/78: The end of a long season that saw the Yankees storm back from a 14-game deficit to tie the rival Red Sox atop the AL East came down to this one-game playoff at Fenway Park. The winners proceed to face the Royals in the LCS, the losers just go home. Listen to highlights from this classic battle as aired on the New York Yankees Baseball Radio Network in the early fall of 1978.||3/3/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean9/16/88, LAD-CIN: Tom Browning's Perfect Game||Listen to the original Reds Radio broadcast as Tom Browning crafts just the 12th perfect game in baseball history. Brownie faced the minimum number of Dodgers batters in front of his home crowd at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati as the Reds won, 1-0.||1/31/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean7/31/90, TEX-MIL: Nolan Ryan's 300th Win||Nolan Ryan was already piloting the Ryan Express directly to the Hall of Fame, but on one Milwaukee night he reached the gold standard for starting pitchers: 300 wins. Listen to parts of Sean McDonough and Ray Knight's ESPN broadcast from that historic night, as the Rangers beat the Brewers 11-3, including a postgame interview with the evening's star.||12/7/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1997 WS, Gm 7, CLE-FLA: Game 7 Goes 11||10/26/97: Not only did the Indians and Marlins need all seven games to determine a World Series champion, they also needed extra innings. Listen to highlights of the upstart Marlins' historic night and the latest chapter in the Indians' quest for their first title since 1948, as Vin Scully and Jeff Torborg call the action for CBS Sports.||1/17/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
This is great stuff. When can we get more?
If you love hearing classic games and interviews, you will love this podcast!
I've really enjoyed all of these podcasts so far, keep em' coming. I'd especially like to see one about the 1980 NLCS