3 Burst results for "Hilda Chester"

"hilda chester" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:42 min | 5 months ago

"hilda chester" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Dot com. Hey up a blind man Gonna make that call waiting can weigh like a dog with mustard and radish. We got anything that you want this name way, Stan Way. Don't worry about the pen is much We just like to see the boys it indeed there's nothing like me from the chief. Welcome back 21st century radio. Our guest forces. I'm gonna call him. Dr. Carrie has Dr Gary Sarah Kowski for Syria, Kowski Winning baseball writer Boy That was some prize you won for you. Were you surprised when that happened to you? Yeah, absolutely. I knew of its through the baseball reliquary, which is ah, place out in Pasadena, California has a very unique museum and library dedicated to baseball history and just odd aspects of the sport. And so I knew of the existence of them and I every year they elect two or three, um interesting players to their own Hall of Fame. And then they asked they have the Hilda Chester reward, which is awarded to the best baseball fan. That from anywhere in the United States and Canada, Mexico, I would guess some type of fan that just exemplifies the spirit that Hilda Chester brought to the Brooklyn Dodgers back in the forties and fifties. And then the other word that they do is the Tony Sailing Award. Tony Sailing was A groundbreaking baseball story and about 20 years, 30 years ago, I wrote a couple of really good books on just off off the beaten path. Baseball players. He would he would interview me kind of track him down and get there. Get there story of the time that they spent in the major leagues, so I didn't know I was nominated and I just got a new email out of the blue that said that I want to subordinate was I was very proud of that. You should be because I went to school to be an artist. So if I want an art award I was supposed to win an art award. This is for baseball research, as well as my artwork and my writing. So to me, it was something I wasn't trained in and to be honored in that way was Just I'm extremely proud of that award, Mourn any other thing that I've ever won. So? So That's the reason why we gave you a PhD at same time because you deserve it. That's wonderful. Yeah, while you designed the cover of the Spring 2021 Baseball Research Journal with the Close up of Babe Ruth sometimes called the white Josh Gibson. I'm sorry. Tell us about how that came about. And what you created. Yeah, well, the baseball research journal is the flagship Journal of the Society of American Baseball Researchers saver. So if you ever heard of sabermetrics that that's where that comes from, so they do a journal twice a year, and I was asked last year to do the fall. Fall addition of it, and actually Josh Gibson was on that cover. On by redesigned the masthead of the magazine, and then they asked me to do the spring version, too. So, um, A couple of the articles in this spring issue is about Babe Ruth and I had always wanted to do a close up of Babe Ruth's face. So is the perfect opportunity to do that, you know, marry it with the stories that were inside the new journal. So it was, uh, it was just fun to do the babe. I had always always loved your own. That guy. His spaces has so much expression to it. Yes, it does. What? And what a guy to Jesus, who is There's so much more to this man. Extraordinary soul of talked about it many times on 21st century radio. We've searched certainly. Much more than just the Bay baseball player or even the greatest baseball players. There's a in 2000 and two I took a year off and I toured with the Babe Ruth museums. Traveling Exhibit on I was with a guy Charlie Vascellaro. Charlie, is that you know, Charlie? Yeah. What is the biggest experts on Babe Ruth and we were in some place in spring training in Arizona, and we had a little guest book that people would sign in. And some lady can't came over and wrote in the guest book and We didn't get to talk to her..

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"hilda chester" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"hilda chester" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"We got a chance to speak to dodger hall of Famer Vince scully yesterday after the show. Hunt auctions is honoring. The great been scully. They're going to have an auction and it's going to take place coming up in September and you're GonNa, you're GONNA be able to bid on some items here his world series ring from nineteen eighty eight. You're also going to be able to bid on these scorebook in his last game that he did. Another world series. Ring here. President. Reagan's signed Baseball Vin. SCULLY's also in there and I started out the conversation with Vin scully by asking him how is summer was? My summer has been hide and seek. The temperatures out here have been unusually high will our backyard temperature one day one, hundred and seventeen however my wife and I spend most of our lives now at home so I could just some of the summer and two words at home. Do you miss watching games or calling games. You're though, I, don't miss the calling them at all and I must say I kinda demand something from the game I'm watching if it's a very slowly played game if it's just a long game, I might just turn it off and go to bed. We go to bed reasonable here early so. I like to watch him for a while and right now it's Ariston's today or this'll be on the air tomorrow Friday. But today while we're taping this, we have football coming on tonight we have the dodgers playing tonight we have a basketball game tonight. So we spend our time my wife and I both from one sport to another and on the weekend, we really look forward to watching out. Have, you ever called a game without fans. No never maybe reasonably small crowds going back to Brooklyn where you could hear the voices of the individual fans I remember I had just started with Red Barber in Connie Desmond, and I was really a kid and there was a famous woman fan name was Hilda Chester and she had a cowbell and she worked away all over the ballpark was extremely colorful and this particular day with a very small crowd I heard her heavy voice safe. Then scully I love you and the crowd whatever it was kind of laughed and lowered my head and she said look at me when I'm talking to. Cal Small the crime. Was One day. But how important is that crowd for you especially when you're doing a game on radio. Oh I. loved it I've told this story many times when I grew up about eight years old..

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"hilda chester" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"hilda chester" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Just go to Dan patrick dot com. Watch and listen from inside the Mercedes AMG Man came Mercedes AMG driving performance. By the way, the back room guys the BR dge is the 12 15 podcast coming up. Later on today, that's tasty. I haven't heard with rundown is, Are any of you guys being asked to do? Ah, guest appearance on the podcast with the back room, guys? I think Polly, myself and Fritzi have been on Seton and MK 11 of you made an appearance with the back room guys. I have nothing. You have no okay. I'm not upset about it, though. Be careful on your way to. No, I'm actually not upset sweeps week getting CEO when we needed it gets big ratings. They're big ratings. They're more phone calls coming up. We got a chance to speak to Dodger Hall of Famer Vin Scully yesterday after the show. Hunt auctions is honoring the great Vin Scully. They're going to have an auction and it's going to take place coming up in September, and you're gonna you're gonna be able to bid on some items here. His World Series ring from 1988. You're also going to be able to bid on the score book in his last game that he did another World Series ring here. President Reagan's signed baseball Devyn. Scully's also in there, and I started out the conversation with Vince Scali by asking him how his summer Wass My summer has been the Haydn seek. The temperatures out here have been unusually high were our backyard temperature one day. 117. However, my wife and I spend most of our lives now at home so I could just sum up the summer and two words at home. You miss watching games or calling games. You know, I don't miss calling them at all. And I must say, I kind of demand something from the game. I'm watching if it's very slowly played game. If it's just a long game, I might just turn it off and go to bed way. Gotta be reasonable here, Lee, So I like to watch him for a while. And right now it's for instance, today or this will be on the air tomorrow Friday. But today while we're taping this We have football coming on tonight. We have the Dodgers playing tonight. We have a basketball game tonight. So we spend our time my wife and I bouncing from one sport to another. And on the weekend we really look forward to watching golf. If you ever called a game without fans. No, never may be reasonably small crowds going backto Brooklyn where Ah, you could hear the voices of the individual fans. I remember. I had just started with Red Barber and Connie Desmond and I was really a kid, and there was a famous woman fan. Her name was Hilda Chester, and she had a cow bell, and she worked away all over the ballpark Shoe was extremely colorful on this particular day with a very small crowd. I heard her heavy voice say then, Scully. I love you and the crowd. Whatever that wass kind of laughed and I lowered my head. And she said, Look at me when I'm talking to you how small across it Wass one day and that, But how important is that crowd for you? Especially when you're doing a game on the radio. Oh, I loved it. I told the story many times When I grew up about eight years old. We had a big four legged radio and I would crawl underneath it. With some saltine crackers and a glass of milk and I would listen to a college football game. And let's just say it was Alabama, Tennessee. I had no idea who was playing or anything but I learned to love the roar of the crowd, and if I have a trademark or had it would be called a play that's quickly and accurately as I could, and then shut up. And listen to the crowd, and for a few seconds it was eight years old again and someone during one of the World Series games somebody hit a home run. And I called the home run and as networks are want to do, they showed the home run again and I just shot up and the columnist road. Perhaps then Scully made his greatest contribution by saying nothing. I took that to heart. I didn't think of it as criticism. I thought of is yes, You're right. The best thing I can do in the crowd roars is shut up. There's nothing about it, but to have that self discipline because it feels like announcers want to over call a game. And here you are. Having almost a seatbelt on to say plays over quiet, let the crowd or on beyond settle in, and it almost feels like it would draw me closer. Through the game while I'm listening because I almost lean in Mohr, because you're not saying anything. Yeah, I think again it goes all the way back to my love of the roar of the crowd. Probably. Ah, Couple of the longest pauses. While I had enjoyment of listening to the crowd, one would certainly the Kirk Gibson's oil Siri's homerun, and another one was Henry Aaron's record breaking on run. I mean, what the heck can you say? One should call the home run. Except sit back and really luxuriated listening to this crowd. Just be ecstatic. I loved it, but you were also in the call for the catch with Joe Montana and Dwight Clark. Did you react the same way in a football moment as you would in a baseball moment? Oh, sure. I mean, if I remember there was less than a minute to go and Montana throws to Clark and the catch is made and the Niners.

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