Eddie Robinson, baseball's oldest living MLB player, shares the stories of his 65-year career in baseball as a player, scout, coach, and front-office executive. Hear a slice of baseball history from someone who lived it!
Ep. 5 — Serving in the U.S. Navy
In this episode, Eddie shares about his time in the U.S. Navy during WWII and how a freak accident almost cost him his career.
Extra Innings — Memorabilia
Eddie shares the story of how he acquired the last bat that Babe Ruth carried to home plate when they retired Ruth's number in Yankee Stadium in 1948.
Ep. 4 — Bob Feller
In Episode 4 of the Golden Age of Baseball, Eddie recounts how his friendship with Bob Feller helped him get into the U.S. Navy during WWII.
Ep. 3 — Governor's Cup
In this episode, Eddie talks about a big jump in the minor leagues and going on to win the Governor’s Cup. He also talks about the “big bonus” the players got for winning the Cup and how he spent it.
Ep. 2 — Big League Dreams
Eddie talks about growing up during The Great Depression and how he started his dream of making it to the Big Leagues.
Ep. 1 — The Golden Age of Baseball
Eddie Robinson welcomes baseball enthusiasts to 'The Golden Age of Baseball' podcast. At almost 100-years-old, Eddie shares his purpose for creating a podcast about his 65-year career in baseball and gives an overview of what to expect in upcoming episodes.
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What a wonderful podcast. I wrote Mr. Robinson a few weeks ago asking for his autograph. He kept my address and sent me a postcard advertising his podcast. I’m so glad he did. I look forward to many more episodes.
This Guy is the most nicest baseball player you can meet this is the best podcast I have ever heard!!!!!!!!
I just really loved hearing the story on playing baseball in the navy , I am retired Air Force and a 24 - 7 baseball fan these pods are great ! Thanks so much Eddie !