Baltimore Baseball Minutes

It’s a 25-year-old tradition, now finally at home where the museum began. The prelude to Orioles home games, Baltimore’s Baseball Minutes have hit the radio waves with 60 seconds of history to-the-point, usually a fun fact or little-known interview clip with a famous Baltimore baseball player or media personality. Listen any time to Mike Gibbons and Doug Roberts, and come back as more minutes make it to the web!

Eddie Murray – “Ed-die! Ed-die!”

When 40,000 people chant your name.

Earl Weaver and the Last Game at Memorial Stadium

Lost the game, won the loyalty of Baltimore’s fan.

Babe Ruth switches to the Outfield ruth 1918 w-out tag

The championship pitcher changes position.

Nolan Reimold: Staying in the Big Leagues?

Jeff Zrebek makes an early season prediction.

Chuck Thompson – Homegrown Catchers

Once a weakness, now a strength.

Babe Ruth on Lou Gehrig’s Death

A friendship lost, then found again.

Bill Quigley’s signed Babe Ruth baseball

A once-in-a-lifetime encounter.

Doug Decince replaces Brooks Robinson

The little-known story behind the training of the 3rd base heir-apparent.

Baltimore Reporter Sam Lacy and Jackie Robinson

The assignment that coincided with one of baseball’s most historic moments.