Don Hohler, a longtime writer for the Norwalk Reflector, retells the news that happened during the first couple weeks of June 1959.
He was the first African-American manager in baseball history, leading the Cleveland Indians in 1975.
Don Hohler wrote his first story for the then Reflector-Herald in 1955.
Here are pictures from the Lefty Grove Senior Division Championship Game that took place Thursday evening on July 19.
Admission is free at museum located on grounds of Cleveland Indians’ first home.
Vintage “base ball” on display in Monroeville.
Monroeville Brewers to play Ohio Village Muffins at 2 p.m. Sunday at Clark Park. Pregame activities start about 1:30.
This free event takes place Tuesday in Columbus.
Opening ceremonies will start at noon.
Guillen led the team to the 2005 World Series. Coleman remembers hearing a roar in his cell that October.
“We are honored to honor you,” Norwalk Mayor Rob Duncan tells Stewart, who turned 100 Thursday.
“We were heading for the World Series; there was baseball fever.”
With his election, Morris has the highest ERA — 3.90 — of a starting pitcher in the Hall of Fame.
Wall of former women's clothing store has handwritten box scores from the 1948 World Series.
KC’s 4-3 victory snaps baseball’s longest winning streak in 101 years.