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Mike "Doc" Emrick was honored at Monday Night's "On the Record" event with the Vin Scully Lifetime Achivement Award in Sports Broadcasting.
WFUV Sports' Corey Miller speaks with Doc Emrick at WFUV's inaugural "On the Record" event, which also serves as a fundraiser for the training of students in the news and sports departments at WFUV. (Drew Casey: WFUV Sports)
Yanks wave goodbye to their legendary catcher
Slowly but surely the Yankees dynasty years has become a thing of the past. Once upon a time the Yankees won 4 Championships in 5 years and appeared in 6 World Series in 8 years between 1996 and 2003. They were the most revered team in sports and had a knack for getting it done in October. But the Yankees have only one World Series banner in the last 11 years and those dynasty years seem like a distant memory.
photo by Keith Allison
Cycle of a Lifetime: The Darren O’Donnell Story
There are some folks who are lucky if they attend one baseball game a year, perhaps even in a few years. For Darren O’Donnell, it was 30 stadiums or bust in one season with a catch – traveling 10,700 miles** across country to visit every Major League Ballpark on his bicycle. The Idaho native quit his job, moved out of his apartment, and embarked on the trip of a lifetime from Bellingham, Washington in April, and wrapped up the excursion in St. Louis in September.