On October 3, 1951, the Giants' Bobby Thomson - who died yesterday at age 86 - did more than hit the most famous home run in baseball history. He also inspired one of baseball's most famous sayings. The Yankees had clinched the American League pennant just a couple of days before the Giant ... More >>
Photo courtesy of Brian Merlis, Brooklynpix.comThe saga of the last surviving Brooklyn ballpark wall just keeps getting murkier and murkier. The latest news: Con Ed, which since the 1920s has owned the Gowanus property that once was a series of ballparks named Washington Park, tells the Voice ... More >>
Photo courtesy of David DyteAfter all the hoohah over the last surviving remnant of the Brooklyn Dodgers' home before Ebbets Field, it turns out that the wall in question isn't actually so much a Dodgers wall after all. "I can say with absolute certainty that this wall was not part of Washing ... More >>
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