We are officially licensed by MLB Properties to sell these selections.
WELCOME TO BASEBALL HISTORY
IN SOUND. YOU HAVE REACHED
ADVERTISED IN "BASEBALL
DIGEST" AND LINKED TO VARIOUS
SEARCH ENGINES FOR WHICH WE
SAY THANK YOU.
Clicking on SITEMAP opens the vault!
Once again, all you have to do is to click on SITEMAP
and baseball history in sound is yours. On the next
page you'll see two buttons. Click on the one with the
horizontal bars and the entire menu will open. You
will see an amazing number of baseball broadcasts on
cassettes from 1934-2001. Yes, you're reading right.
BY THE WAY, WE TRADE. IF YOU HAVE COMPLETE RADIO BROADCASTS UP TO AND INCLUDING THE 2001 SEASON, AND IF THOSE BROADCASTS OFFER GOOD CLARITY, PLEASE EMAIL US
The Most Comprehensive Source
for Major League Baseball Broadcasts on the
Danrick Enterprises, LLC
Woodland Park, NJ 07424-0703
Our Prices? $14.95 each selection
and WE PAY ALL MAILING COSTS.
To mail DIRECTLY to Canada we must
charge $21.95/game because it now
costs us $9.50 to mail just a single
two tape game to that country. We
sell only to the USA, U.S.territories
and Canada. Our phone number is
We accept payments by PayPal, check,
money order and postal money order.
We no longer accept credit/debit card orders
because of the outrageous amount being charged
for processing fees.
WE SELL NEITHER VIDEO TAPES
Nothing fancy happening on this website.. No frills,
dancing baseballs, animated mascots and team logos.
We are into the nitty gritty of Major League Baseball-ACTUAL GAME BROADCASTS! We have the only broadcast in which you'll hear Babe Ruth batting. The '34 All Star Game!This website actually is a gigantic catalog arranged chronologically.
In time you will see about 2,500 games and other audios but listing and filling orders take time, a lot of time. We are the guys you see in "Baseball Digest," the top of the line national pastime magazine which now has its own website, www.baseballdigest.com.
Regarding UPDATES seen in the SITEMAP menu,for first time visitors
to this site, ALL of them have been put into the general listings. For regular
visitors who are interested in what's been added, please have a look.
All of our selections are on
standard audio cassettes,not on CDs. This is because we have close to
12,000 hours of baseball audio and conversion to CDs must be in real
time. However anyone is free to burn their own CDs from our cassettes
for their own private use.A word of caution:after creating CDs, do NOT
throw out the cassettes because if CDs become scratched,they become
useless and you'll need master cassettes again.Also keep in mind that
games on tape can be stopped and re-listened to at a certain point. CDs
wind back to the beginning. A bit distracting, isn't it?