“The Carl Erskine Story” Documentary Premieres August 11

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For information or interviews, contact Lou Gerig: lgerig@seasegerig.com “The Carl Erskine Story” Documentary Premieres August 11 in Anderson Tickets on sale now at www.carlerskinefilm.com ANDERSON, Ind. – From the dirt-poor alleys of Anderson, Indiana, to a record-breaking career on the legendary team, on the grandest stage in sports, Carl Erskine has lived

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Second Annual Lou Gehrig Day on June 2nd

Commemorative Date Will Continue To Honor the Legacy of The Hall of Famer Who Has Inspired the Ongoing Movement to End ALS; Research, Care Advocacy and Recognition of Those Impacted by ALS To Be Primary Focus of Lou Gehrig Day Major League Baseball today announced the various activities that have been coordinated by MLB, its

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Burt Reynolds receives Western Heritage Induction and Awards

On April 9th, 2022 at the Western Heritage Induction and Awards Ceremony in Oklahoma City Burt Reynolds was inducted into the Hall of Fame Great Western Performers in Film. Wyatt McCrea, Joel McCrea’s grandson, explains in his interview with Cowboys and Indians Magazine, that the Western Heritage is all about celebrating anything Western and preservation

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Maya Angelou becomes 1st Black woman featured on US quarters

The legendary author and poet, who died in 2014, is the first featured in a series of new quarters issued by the U.S. Mint. The United States Mint recently began shipping quarters featuring the image of poet Maya Angelou, the first coins in its American Women Quarters Program. Angelou, an American author, poet and civil

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A Baseball Man Who Was Best Viewed in Total

Gil Hodges struggled to make the Hall of Fame because voters had to consider him as a player or as a manager. Hodges was decidedly both and is finally headed to Cooperstown. They were sons of the 1920s, Indiana teenagers when Brooklyn came calling. Gil Hodges, from Petersburg, was about three years older than Carl

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Google Doodle Celebrates Christopher Reeve’s 69th Birthday

Today’s Doodle celebrates American actor, director, author, and humanitarian Christopher Reeve, who is best known for his spinal cord research advocacy work alongside his leading role in four “Superman” feature films. Christopher D’Olier Reeve was born on this day in 1952 in New York City. He graduated from The Juilliard School and made his stage

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MLB entering NFT world with iconic Lou Gehrig moment

To lead off Major League Baseball’s official foray into the world of non-fungible tokens, the league will go way, way back into its history. “When you think about NFTs, there is this concept of it being a fad,” Kenny Gersh, Major League Baseball’s executive vice president of business development, said in a telephone interview. “What

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MLB Launches Debut NFT of Lou Gehrig’s ‘Luckiest Man’ Speech

Major League Baseball (MLB) has launched its first officially licensed non-fungible token (NFT), commemorating Lou Gehrig’s historic “Luckiest Man” speech in 1939. The auction for the NFT commences July 4, the 82nd anniversary of the speech delivered by the Hall of Fame first baseman marking his retirement after being diagnosed with ALS. It will last until 7

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MLB Launches Debut NFT of Lou Gehrig’s ‘Luckiest Man’ Speech

The auction for the NFT commences July 4, the 82nd anniversary of the speech delivered by the Hall of Fame first baseman. Major League Baseball (MLB) has launched its first officially licensed non-fungible token (NFT), commemorating Lou Gehrig’s historic “Luckiest Man” speech in 1939. The auction for the NFT commences July 4, the 82nd anniversary

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