"Keep your temper. A decision made in anger is never sound."
Ford Frick is best known as the baseball commissioner who put the "asterisk" next to Roger Maris's record.
But his tenure as commissioner carried the game through pivotal changes -- television, continued integration, West Coast expansion and labor unrest. During those 14 years, and 17 more as National League president, he witnessed baseball history from the perspective of a man who began as a sportswriter.
Auburn University professor John Carvalho led our final intimate Clubhouse conversation of 2016. Listen in...
"San Francisco Year Zero" with Lincoln Mitchell
"War in the Ring" with John Florio and Ouisie Shapiro
"Doc, Donnie, The Kid, and Billy Brawl" with Chris Donnelly
"The Arena" with Rafi Kohan
"The Cooperstown Casebook" with Jay Jaffe
"The Pride of the Yankees" with Richard Sandomir
"Piazza" with author Greg Prince
"Making My Pitch" with Jean Hastings Ardell
"Urban Shocker" with Steve Steinberg
"It Happens Every Spring" with Pulitzer Prize-winner Ira Berkow
"Dinner with DiMaggio" with Dr. Rock Positano and John Positano
"Hank Greenberg in 1938" with Ron Kaplan
"Casey Stengel: Baseball's Greatest Character" with Marty Appel
"The New York Yankees Fans' Bucket List" with Mark Feinsand
"One Nation Under Baseball" with John Florio & Ouisie Shapiro
"42 Faith" with Ed Henry
"Will Big League Baseball Survive" with Lincoln Mitchell
"Baseball's Most Baffling MVP Ballots" with Jeremy Lehrman
"The Eighth Wonder of the World" with Robert Trumpbour and Kenneth Womack
755 Is Real: A show about the Atlanta Braves
Ahead Of The Curve with Jonathan Gelnar
Baseball Czech On_Deck
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