American sportscaster and former professional baseball catcher.- Tim McCarver
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American former professional baseball player.
Tim McCarver, who had caught for Carlton in St. Louis and for Wise in Philadelphia (and who would later become Carlton's personal catcher again with the Phillies ), described the trade at the time as "a real good one for a real good one."
The Atlanta Crackers were Minor League Baseball teams based in Atlanta, Georgia, between 1901 and 1965.
Tim McCarver, who went on to become a catcher for the St. Louis Cardinals.
The 1964 World Series pitted the National League champion St. Louis Cardinals against the American League champion New York Yankees, with the Cardinals prevailing in the best of seven games.
Shannon's home run after a single tied the game, then after Tim McCarver doubled, Al Downing relieved Ford and allowed a two-out RBI single to Carl Warwick and a single to Curt Flood to put the Cardinals up 6–4.
The championship series of Major League Baseball's 1968 season.
After McLain walked Roger Maris and Tim McCarver, Cardinal third baseman Mike Shannon singled in Maris and went to second base when Tiger left fielder Willie Horton misplayed the ball.
American sportscaster and the son of sportscaster Jack Buck.
In 1996, he was named Fox's lead play-by-play voice for Major League Baseball, teaming with Tim McCarver, who had previously worked with his father on CBS.
Position for a baseball or softball player.
Tim McCarver, for Steve Carlton
City in and a county seat of Lee County, Iowa, United States, along with Fort Madison.
Notable players included baseball pioneer Bud Fowler, 1961 Home Run Record Holder Roger Maris and Player/Announcer Tim McCarver.
American professional baseball player and activist.
As team co-captain (with Tim McCarver) in 1968 he had perhaps his best year, earning his third All-Star selection and finishing fourth in the MVP balloting (won by teammate Bob Gibson) on the strength of a .301 batting average and 186 base hits.
The Sports Emmy Awards are presented by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) in recognition of excellence in American sports television programming, including sports-related series, live coverage of sporting events, and best sports announcers.
The Memphis Chicks were a Minor League Baseball team that played in the Southern Association from 1901 to 1960.
They played their home games at Blues Stadium, which was renamed Tim McCarver Stadium in honor of Tim McCarver, a Memphis native, former Chickasaw, and major league ballplayer.