Ralph Kiner Talks With The Amazin' Mets - Ralph Kiner Talks With The Amazin' Mets album
Hall of Famer and New York Mets legend Tom Seaver talks to SNY's Kevin Burkhardt about his relationship with Ralph Kiner after the Hall of Famer an. .
Maybe they knew something but the 1969 Miracle Mets sang about going to Kansas City on their album 'The Amazing Mets'
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50 Amazin’ Years also looks at Kiner’s Korner, the delightfully cheesy post-game show helmed by Kiner for decades from a set that looks like it was built in your parents’ wood-paneled basement. It went a long way. We would’ve liked to see footage of Kiner’s infamous interview with former Mets catcher Choo Choo Coleman. Kiner: What’s your wife’s name and.
With Game 1 of the 2015 World Series between the Kansas City Royals and New York Mets at Kauffman Stadium set for Tuesday night, ticket prices across the entire seven-game series are beginning to drop on the secondary market. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade over the years. Baseball manager Casey Stengel sits atop the "Meet The Mets" parade float during the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City on Nov. 26, 1961
The Amazing Mets - Green Grass of Shea The Amazing Mets, 1969 02:42. The Amazing Mets - La La La La (Never on Sunday) The Amazing Mets, 1969 01:56. The Amazing Mets - We've Got the Whole World Watching Us (He's Got the Whole World in His Hands) The Amazing Mets, 1969 02:16. The Amazing Mets, Ирвинг Берлин - God Bless America The Amazing Mets, 1969 02:09. The Amazing Mets - We're Gonna Win the Series (Kansas City) The Amazing Mets, 1969 02:00. The Amazing Mets - The Locker Room Chatter The Amazing Mets, 1969 03:40. The Amazing Mets - Mets Hallelujah The Amazing Mets, 1969 02:04.
How can the passing of an icon the magnitude of Ralph Kiner be anything but sad? Yet as I reflect on Ralph’s life, and my association with him, I am overcome with warmth, smiles and pride that I was privileged to have not only known him and worked with him, but to have called him my friend. Ralph Kiner died at the age of 91 on Thursday, but after such a magical life, longtime voice of Mets radio Howie Rose can’t help but think fondly on the Hall of Famer and Met broadcasting icon. Frank Franklin II/AP). I know I'm supposed to be sad. How can the passing of an icon the magnitude of Ralph Kiner be anything but sad? Yet as I reflect on Ralph's life, and my association with him, I am overcome with warmth, smiles and pride that I was privileged to have not only known him and worked with him, but to have called him my friend. That hardly makes me unique, or even different.
Ralph McPherran Kiner (October 27, 1922 – February 6, 2014) was an American Major League Baseball player. An outfielder, Kiner played for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago Cubs, and Cleveland Indians from 1946 through 1955. Following his retirement, Kiner served from 1956 through 1960 as general manager of the Pacific Coast League San Diego Padres. He also served as an announcer for the New York Mets from the team's inception until his death.
Between retiring from a 10-year playing career and landing with the Mets, Kiner, now 89, was general manager of the minor league San Diego Padres and a radio announcer for the Chicago White Sox. After Weiss offered him the Mets job, Kiner asked Greenberg, his close friend, what to do. He said it’s the only place to be, Kiner said in a recent interview in Florida, where he lives much of the time. Nelson told Kiner that they were.
Ralph Kiner, The New York Mets - Ralph Kiner Talks With The Amazin' Mets (7"). Playtime Records (4). PV-800.
|A||Gil Hodges, Tom Seaver, Tommy Agee, Tug McGraw, Jerry Grote, Ed Kranepool, Ken Boswell|
|B||Ron Swoboda, Jerry Koosman, Art Shamsky, Cleon Jones, Bud Harrelson|
NotesProduced by Americom Corp., N.Y.C.
Possibly from 1969 when NY Mets won their first World Series.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side One): H-2398A
- Matrix / Runout (Side Two): H-2398B