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"baseball heritage museum" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"baseball heritage museum" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Put up the numbers. I think that he expected them to. But yeah you know what. I wanna do stuff like this year. So we're not gonna play the clip of view predicting that bengals upset because have to be. We don't wanna have to live up to our fix we. We're not wasn't it up. They go out there. And then we're done with if people are placing bets based on. What we think is going to happen in sports. They might want to reevaluate their lives. They deserve it was pretty good at the whole handicapping thing for a few years and then i tell you just as a fan of a team. I got upset playing fantasy football. I didn't want to be part of that. That culture and You know not really. That much of a gambler were in. Vegas will throw a couple of bucks some futures You know there's a game that we can watch you know. Vegas is a very different place. I've right now. Obviously because i hate to keep circling back to this fight. Cove ed But you know we're not gambling people are. I don't like the gambling culture either. I don't like people that. Are you know charles. Barkley came out and said that he's mad at nick chubb for going out of bounds. 'cause you know fairly he had browns minus four and a half Last sunday You know i'll like that. I i want to enjoy sports just being sports. I don't need that incentive of of the habit of a degenerated And i know that this business. You know not just sports but sports talk radio. Mix killing on promoting gambling. But that's just that's not my style. And i doubt it's yours. No you see me. I played some slots If i have enough adult beverages. I might pick a number on a roulette wheel. But that's the extent of my gambling Source goal regular shield. Wrigley field got I guess they applied for like seven years ago. They got approved today for national historic landmark certification which i was really excited about and then discovered that there's twenty six hundred of them. Some of them are parks. Some of them are small businesses but a fair amount of them are like croquet clubs. We're like racquet ball places. There's all sorts of historic national historic landmarks. Gaz looking at the state of illinois. You got the Illinois state fairgrounds track. Which is you know probably in springfield because state fairgrounds said to be in the capital of the state sounds right. I mean it's just kind of spread out obviously the racquet club of chicago. Soldier field The those are going to be places that you can find in chicago proper Illinois's were spread out all over the state. And just for you know just for laughs. I pulled up the ohio. Wasn't i think we only had nine. But i thought ohio had like thirty eight thirteen cincinnati gymnasium and athletic club. Cincinnati tennis club by the way cincinnati councilman was looks like he's going to be indicted on corruption charges so boobs corruption in ohio. It's it's not just for youngstown. And cleveland it doesn't just stick into chicago police into everything. What oh cuyahoga county cleveland. Trouble county youngstown. They've all had their share of Elected officials that are on the local khalil. Cleveland Car ad cities corrupt. You know what. I'm talking all right. I do shaker heights for billiard. Yeah they sing all these city names. Yeah it's like a family. Got joke judy. Right guy miss baseball so much League far is no more but the baseball heritage museum sits on land. That once sat at ohio stadium columbus rockwell field. In can't ask. I don't know didn't hang out there. No i didn't Selby field a lot of islas were in delaware. Ohio is a little north columbus specifically the campus of ohio. Wesleyan suspect ohio. Wesleyan has something to do with recordkeeping. That know they have three of the thirteenth spots in ohio. Santa to look up where delaware was on a map dot not the state of delaware but the city of delaware that resides within the state of ohio. Not the judge that gets attacked by russia regularly but georgia the state in the united states. That's right right so what are okay so we. We had a college football talk on on the horizon. You brought it up You brought it up to me beforehand. We haven't gotten to it but yeah the last question. I was gonna ask you by. Tell me things. I was too lazy to read. Or you know how you feel about things. Michigan one in three is taken out a one three rutgers this weekend saturday hall. I mean if he gets a w. right he finally gets one one more. W you know shadows back there at rutgers so they have a chance to to get back you know they. They've they really haven't been successful since he left. And they were only successful when he was there You know failed running the nfl. He ends up You know he has a tight end tight end with the jerry. Sandusky scandal inappropriately. I mean the behavior jerry. Sandusky was inappropriately was inappropriate obvious obviously paternal looking. The other way was problematic foot. He didn't get the tennessee because they loved him in and he didn't have that crossover. Really have any liability in sandusky. So put up a bunch of points against the team that he just left his as a defensive coach. Know so You know they should be able to score some points. I don't think michigan is loose rockers. Wanted forbath go topic that we should talk to you. Talk about on. This would be our boss at it will get on the other side. She's jeff territory. It.

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"baseball heritage museum" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"baseball heritage museum" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"It's not just for youngstown. And cleveland it doesn't just stick into chicago pleads into everything oh cuyahoga county cleveland. Trouble county youngstown. They've all had their share of elected officials. All the towns that are on the locally cleveland Car ad cities corrupt. You know a car. I'm talking all right. I do shaker heights for. Yeah yeah they sing all these city names. Yeah it's like family guy joke right guy. Miss baseball so much league far is no more but the baseball heritage museum sits land the once sat at ohio stadium in columbus rockwell field. In kent at. I don't know no i didn't so Selby field a lot of ohio's were in delaware. Ohio is a little north columbus specifically the campus of ohio. Wesleyan i i would suspect ohio. Wesleyan has something to do with recordkeeping. That the they have three of the thirteenth spots in ohio. Say look up. Where delaware was on a map at the state of delaware but the city of delaware that resides within the state of ohio. Not the georgia that gets attacked by russia regularly but georgia the state and the united states. That's right right so Salou okay so we have college football talk on on the horizon. You brought it up You brought it up to me beforehand. We haven't gotten to it but yeah the last question. I was gonna ask you in my and tell me things. I was too lazy to read. Or you know how you feel about things. Michigan one in three is taken a one in three rutgers this weekend. Saturday harbaugh plans. I mean he w right he finally gets one one more w You know shannon's back there at rutgers so they have a chance to to get back you know they. They've they really haven't been successful since he left. And they were only successful when he was there You know failed running the nfl. Heads up You know he has tied in your tied in with the jerry. Sandusky scandal inappropriately. I mean a behavior. Jerry sandusky was inappropriately. It was inappropriate obvious obviously and paternal looking. The other way was problematic. But he didn't get the tennessee job because they loved him in and globe. He didn't have that cross. Overeating here. really have any liability in sandusky. so Put up a bunch of points against the team that he just left his as defensive coach. You don't hire state so Yeah they should be able to score points. I don't think michigan is lose to rutgers and be one in four bath the other topics that we should talk to talk about on. This would be our baugh at and we'll get to that on the other side. She's gentle jets territory.

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"baseball heritage museum" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"baseball heritage museum" Discussed on WTVN

"To the health industry don't deal with the health crisis nothing we do will make the economy any better a key test vote could take place on Sunday Wall Street is taking a weekend off after the worst week since the financial crisis of two thousand eight traders heading into full retreat or the virus could plunge the U. S. and other major economies into deep recessions the Dow fell more than nine hundred points giving up seventeen percent for the week Washington is one of the states hit hardest by the corona virus outbreak today governor Jay Inslee lashed out to young people who he says continue to hang out in public instead of staying at home someone else the other day what's the penalty for a young person going out to a restaurant or hanging in a social get together and it's true the penalty is you might kill your grandparent a CDC says nearly forty percent of the people hospitalized in the U. S. are between the ages of twenty and fifty four I just want to let everyone know that you know it's very important to stand side involved the CDC guidelines that we don't take this seriously that's twenty two year old Los Angeles resident beyond a whole levy with a message on social media to our fellow members of generation Z. among the latest to test positive a member of vice president pence's staff talk show host Andy Cohen the former bachelor star Colton Underwood's you're listening to ABC news news radio six ten WTVN Allison Wyant Ohio has at its first reported death in the state from corona virus and governor Mike DeWine is urging Ohioans to observe physical distancing protocols in order to help reduce the spread he also instructed a senior centers and senior day care centers to close that is our senior day care centers these centers provide very very important care for some of our senior seniors who cannot stay home by themselves she usually live generally with family members the family members are gone during the day working this provides assistance for the seniors and assistance for the family members again our grave concern is about the danger of those seniors being together and the spread of this virus so these will also be closing on Monday the covert nineteen outbreak is the worst in Miami county Ohio in the Troy area nursing home at least eleven people are confirmed to have the virus three more are being tested and two staffers have been hospitalized with symptoms the number of positive cases of the corona virus in Ohio has topped one hundred and sixty nine and reached twenty eight different counties the governor also commended companies were working to monitor their employees health were still going into the office by taking their temperatures in providing cleaning supplies to those employees and he also thank hires teachers for their efforts to continue the education for a higher students and the state's museums also have a way to help not just teachers but parents as well the Ohio museums association has a list of museums offering virtual programming and other online events as a way to engage with people Polly coded nineteen shutdowns continue among the options across the state the baseball heritage museum has daily content on Facebook and Instagram the Cincinnati art museum has an online collection on its website and cosign offering daily science content as well lots more links can be found Ohio museums dot org I'm Jack crumbly today governor Mike DeWine also suggested that the kids could be home for longer than their expected April third date president trump announced today the government will plan to temporarily waive interest on federal student loans and the enforcement of standardized testing for students is also being suspended this news US service legacy retirement group I'm Alison why into your A. B. C. six first warning weather forecast is coming up in sixty seconds all of.

"baseball heritage museum" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"baseball heritage museum" Discussed on WTVN

"Important care for some of our senior seniors who cannot stay home by themselves she used to live channeling with family members family members are gone during the day working this provides assistance for the seniors and assistance for the family members again our grave concern is about the danger of those two years being together and the spread of this virus so these will also be closing on Monday the covert nineteen outbreak is the worst in Miami county Ohio in a Troy area nursing home at least eleven people are confirmed to have the virus three more are being tested and two staffers have been hospitalized with symptoms the number of positive cases of the corona virus in Ohio has topped one read and a sixty nine and reached twenty eight different counties the governor also commended companies are working to monitor their employees health were still going into the office by taking their temperatures in providing cleaning supplies to those employees and he also thank the hires teachers for their efforts to continue the education for a higher students and the state's museums also have a way to help not just teachers but parents as well the Ohio museums association has a list of museums offering virtual programming and other online events as a way to engage with people Bali covert nineteen shutdowns continue among the options across the state the baseball heritage museum has daily content on Facebook and Instagram the Cincinnati art museum has an online collection on its website and co site offering daily science content as well lots more links can be found Ohio museums dot org I'm Jack Crowley today governor Mike DeWine also suggested that the kids could be home for longer than their expected April third date president trump announced today the government will plan to temporarily waive interest on federal student loans and the enforcement of standardized testing for students is also being suspended this news US service legacy retirement group I'm Alison why into your A. B. C. six first warning weather forecast is coming up in sixty seconds thank you hear about it talking about hello Mrs newsradio six ten WTVN it's here introducing the new Samsung galaxy S..

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"baseball heritage museum" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"baseball heritage museum" Discussed on WTVN

"Submit it really is quite stunning the great work that they have done their yesterday they had over sixteen thousand seven hundred and three students I guess the number was logged in their average February attendance was fifteen thousand five hundred and seventy five so not only are the teachers and the administrators in Hilliard embracing this teacher calling the students just to make sure they're they're getting them involved but the students and the families are responding even at a higher rate than they did normally today during the press conference the governor suggested that the kids will be home for longer than their expected April third date for parents who do have those kids at home Ohio's museum are stepping up the Ohio museums association has a list of museums offering virtual programming and other online events as a way to engage with people Bali covert nineteen shutdowns continue among the options across the state the baseball heritage museum has daily content on Facebook and Instagram the Cincinnati art museum has an online collection on its website and co site offering day Lee science content as well lots more links can be found Ohio museums dot org I'm Jacque Crumley the Columbus race for the cure the largest nationwide series of cancer research fund raisers has announced today that their race has now been postponed but no later date has yet been set for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app and then tap the podcast tab for the latest news and information this news a service of legacy retirement group I'm Alison Wyant stay connected to Columbus on the hour and a half.

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"baseball heritage museum" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

13:41 min | 3 years ago

"baseball heritage museum" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"Financially viable. So the Indians are basically the the owners are getting paid by the by the buckeyes, I guess other other entities to right as right? So certainly within their, you know, within their realm they on the ballpark, and they still want to, you know, get the most value they can out of it. So yeah, they're renting to the buckeyes Western Reserve University. One of those big four teams we mentioned they were making a stab at trying to go big time in college football at that time. They scheduled pit West Virginia some bigger, you know, more name teams trying to elevate their program. So they're playing at league park. So it was within, you know, certainly something that the Indians it's a good business for them to make money off this piece of property that they own and again to the dismay of the city of Cleveland. So it wasn't until bills that bought the team during the forty six season that that type finally turned and after the forty six season that negotiates a deal. To take all the games back down to the big stadium for the forty seven season. Again, the Bassett families the grounds crew now they're taking care of the stadium while they kept keep kept on taking care of league park too. Because the buckeyes are playing there, and there's football going on there every fall as well. So, you know, the Indian haven't investment they have a piece of property. You can't just shut it down. And you know, they needed to make some money off it. So it was fortunate for them. And in fact, there was a time where they did talk about the buckeyes talked about adding lights to league park because they were paying twenty five hundred dollars per game. If they played a night game at Cleveland stadium that was their rental charge. Well, the lights were ten thousand and the installation was five. So in six games, they could get their investment back. Well, it never happened. They never did put the lights in and of course, the decline another story for you. You know that decline of the the negro leagues. After after the integration of the major leagues in forty seven. So negro league baseball, you know, really dropped off and fans didn't wanna go. They wanted to go. See Jackie Robinson played. They wanted to go see satchel page play with the Indians. And and Larry Doby play with the Indians. So that was the demise not only of the negro leagues. But ultimately became the final demise of league park. That's ironic that it's actual page. Obviously, plenty of tricks to to league park to compete against the buckeyes and wound up then being part of vex team in in forty-eight plan for the Indians across town. So, but you know, it's also interesting to in your as you discuss the negro leagues, and the buckeyes which had a very interesting history, mostly forty three forty eight and a couple of dalliances and Cincinnati and Louisville along the way, but there's an interesting picture on on if you're reading at home chapter chapter chapter. Six page one thirty four there's a very interesting picture there of league park circa nineteen forty nine. And it's amazing to see all of the housing and other construction that now by that time had surrounded the park. I mean, it literally looks like it's sticking out like a sore thumb. Amidst all this other megalopolis nece if that's a word. And you're right. Could see how tight and door. How constrained I guess it was right in terms of its maybe ability to to do more and be more as as the years went on for other sports and other events again remember in eighteen nineties when that lot was picked, you know, we're not private automobiles. You know, you got there by trolley or your horse or you walked or whatever. So. Yeah. As the ballpark grew in that area around it grew it was not conducive to parking. And you know, there were people made, you know, a quarter of car parking squeezes many cars on their front lawn as they could. And and you know, that's what that neighborhood was. And you're right forty nine that picture, you're referring to an aerial view. Or you can see it was just jam packed with. There was some businesses. And and of course, you know, plenty of housing but once league park went out once that nineteen fifty season. The last year the buckeyes fooled midyear and new owner gets the team from vac signs of deal to stay at the stadium and part of the deal to the city's relief is finally the deal includes that the city takes over the space that is league park and says all right? That's that's going to be the city's the city will own this. And what they did was they began to dismantle it. Then that winner of fifty fifty fifty one to one it is now in sort of it's legacy. What other things went on at that park, the sides baseball, and and football, what kind of events kind of a concert just other things because obviously, you know, despite having municipal stadium there since the I guess the thirties, you know, the league park was probably, you know, one of the pro prime venues in this city metro near Cleveland for I guess any other event or spectacle, right things like boxing and those. Boxing, was was big there really wasn't much else. In terms of concerts, or anything? There was we did come across since the book was published. We came across in nineteen sixteen. There was an opera held at league park the Zeke freed opera took the took the field space and was presented in league park. But you're right. If there was going to be a big gathering that was by far the biggest space in Cleveland prior to you know, prior to municipal stadium being built now there was the indoor public hall, which got built in the twenties downtown indoors and became a boxing venue in a basketball, then you, but indoors was different. The biggest outdoor space was league park until you know, Cleveland stadium came about in nineteen thirty one. So it's demise. And it's it's memory, right? So so it has become. What is it? Now, I'm not live in Cleveland area. But it was denoted as a national stork landmark, right? Wasn't it along the way somewhere? Yeah. And that was in seventy nine several attempts to try and revive us. Because again, the the area around league park after the team left that became, you know, really downtrodden area lot of the housing became, you know, vacant was not a good area of the city by any means over the next several decades it really was into Klein, but. In. There were a lot of people with nostalgia for the park and the leader. Honestly being fella named hell level. It's who was the sports editor of the Cleveland. Plain Dealer had been at the Cleveland news before that when out of business in nineteen sixty we're up at the plane dealers sports editor, and and really longs for the place and in seventy nine there was the first effort to try and say, hey, there's still this field here. Because again, the city took it over his apart and kind of on usual, you know, feel gets plowed under and they build apartment buildings and Forbes field lines up on Pitt's campus, 'cause it's right there, and it cetera etcetera, none of these places over very few which revive certainly not as a ballpark. But there was a ball field there and that in the fifties. And in the sixties, it was largely used by a lot of the Cleveland high schools, the premier games, they left some of the seating up, and and it was supposed to be the premier area. They actually built a city pool. One point down one of the down the left field corner. There was a basketball court down the right field corner. You know, that's how this place miraculously survived all of these years and Lebowitz Mr. Lebowitz at the Plain Dealer decided he was he kinda got behind. There was an effort to try and do something. And so he really trumped it up with a couple of columns in the Plain Dealer, they they had a big to do invited some little players back. I was just into college. And I went down there. They had a celebration on a day. And they'll want scans the fella who turned the unassisted triple play in nineteen twenty. He's standing out there describing on the field. How he did it. What a cool day. It was and it raised a little bit of money, but not nearly enough to do what the hope was and really the effort fell apart. There was a councilman from that area of Cleveland. Woman named fanny Lewis who you know, then took over the charge later into the nineties and whatnot. And said, you know, we we need to do something with this. There's all this history all these famous people and things and that that occurred there, and so she kept pushing unfortunately, she passed right before the city finally did come up with funding to completely renovate the field. They put all new fencing recreated the famous right field wall, which is higher than the one at Fenway park. So they they did a recreation of the wall and now you can go on that field and play in the exact spot where sei-yung towed the rubber and Bob feller. Did you stand into batter's box where Ruth hit the five hundred home run over that famous wall? And and that is all there today, and then that ticket office and office building two story building on the corner. In. What was right field that survived as well. That was used oh, it was used as a kind of a community center and whatnot gotten pretty beat up and run down. But the building still was there, and they fixed it up and city made the investment to fix that structure. Now, there's a museum there a fella named Bob. Zimmer had a fantastic collection of of baseball memorabilia and his what he calls the baseball. Heritage museum is now in that building. And he has lot of league park items. But also things his interest is in whether it's Dominican baseball and Mexican league and negro leagues. So he has lots of different things like that. And of course, even amateur baseball and Cleveland, which was huge back in the nineteen teens there's tributes to that and whatnot. So it's really a neat. It's a small museum. But it's very very cool. Definitely we're saying and again ties into this whole aura of history when you walk on that area and think oh my gosh. What all has happened here, and you can still picture it. And that's what's really cool. I think that's awesome. And I guess one. Last question is is how much if anything do the Indians Amish to the field at all in their current interational? Or is it pretty much in their review window window at this point? I would say the Indians have been supportive of the ballpark of league park. Major league baseball. This year has reserved league park for the week leading up to the all star game this summer. They haven't announced what's going to go on there. But there are so many things going on in Cleveland miss year. The all star game. It's become really a whole week long festival. So there will be something going on down there. But the Indians have been very supportive, and they do they do a pretty good job of honoring their history. They have a neat in in progressive field. Now, there's a. Very cool outdoor area with plaques and whatnot. In fact, plaque that hung league park honoring the nineteen twenty season. And the death of the Indians shortstop at that time that only league park is now in that area at progressive field. So that area on what they have done is very recog- makes great recognition of league park. In fact, if you go around on the concourse and the lower deck just to the third base side tasked home plate, and if you look closely at the concession stands that are there. They are built in tribute to league park, they have brick archways. There are large paintings of ballplayers from that era. There are a couple of plaques that represent some of the stories that happened at league park. So they really have done a great job of recognizing their history and inside the park and out. You know, the statues and whatnot outside it, really. I give the Indian organization. Great kudos for the things. They have done. Well, so there it is. There's the the admonition to our listeners is if you are considering going to Cleveland this year for the the baseball all star game and all the festivities you owe it to yourself to go check out the the old and still their league park or the remnants thereof as well as what's remembered progressive field, and I'm sure Ken will be more than happy to autograph purchased copies of his book as you go back

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