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Ernie Harwell

Grass-Clippings, Transistor Radios & Ernie Harwell -- Summer Memories of Tiger Baseball

Kevin Walsh | Posted 05.11.2015 | Sports
Kevin Walsh

By all counts, Harwell was all about sharing. You could lean back and relax in the sunshine of his warm voice. He knew the incredible gift of simply chatting to a fan -- or even letting them join him in the booth for an inning or two.

2013 Yankees Got You Down? Revisit The Championship Season Of 1947 Instead

Tony Sachs | Posted 06.10.2013 | Books
Tony Sachs

The 2013 New York Yankees: Injuries on top of injuries. Newly penurious owners. A lineup of assorted castoffs and veterans past their prime. Not a pretty picture -- in fact, it looks to be the weakest team the franchise has put on the field in at least two decades.

Harwell's Legacy Joins a Bright Past and Exciting Future for Fordham's Radio Station

Joe Favorito | Posted 05.25.2011 | New York
Joe Favorito

This past week, another New York institution advanced another step in its evolution, as WFUV, Fordham University's 50,000 watt Bronx-based public radi...

Remembering Ernie Harwell

Ken Levine | Posted 05.25.2011 | Sports
Ken Levine

Ernie was the long-time voice of the Detroit Tigers, or the "Ti-guhs" as he called them in his rich baritone twang. He passed away yesterday way too young at 92.

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Len Berman | Posted 05.25.2011 | New York
Len Berman

Bengals wide receiver Maurice Purify was collared in Newport for disorderly conduct after a bar fight. He is well prepared for what lies ahead. In college, he majored in criminal justice.

The Sound of Summer: A Farewell to Ernie Harwell

James Moore | Posted 05.25.2011 | Sports
James Moore

If America had a voice, it would sound like Ernie Harwell. He understood that there was an almost sacred connection between fans and their teams and he always gave us reason to believe in happy outcomes.

Ernie Harwell Dead: Dies At 92

AP | LARRY LAGE | Posted 05.25.2011 | Sports

DETROIT — From the sandy shores of Lake Michigan to the rugged streets in Flint, they listened to Ernie Harwell tell the Tigers' tales for more ...