Mel Allen - Mel Allen's Baseball Game Album
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|LBY-1025||Mel Allen||Mel Allen's Baseball Game (LP)||RCA Victor||LBY-1025||Canada||1959|
- Artwork [cover] – Robert Riger
Gimmick record in that the needle follows a different groove and that the "game" is played differently each time.
"Mel calls the plays - You play along"
"Complete with score card, rules and playing field"
"A sensational new game you play by using this record. Each game will be different. All the realism and excitement of a World Series as YOU play championship ball."
"How About That?"!!!!!
Mel Allen born Melvin Allen Israel February 14, 1913 June 16, 1996 was an American sportscaster, best known for his long tenure as the primary play-by-play announcer for the New York Yankees. During the peak of his career in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, Allen was arguably the most prominent member of his profession, his voice familiar to millions. Years after his death, he is still promoted as having been The Voice of the Yankees. In his later years, he gained a second professional life as the. Gimmick record in that the needle follows a different groove and that the ''''game'''' is played differently each time. Mel calls the plays - You play along'''& game uses an 33 LP recorded by New York Yankees announcer Mel Allen to determine the outcomes of baseball plays. Each side of the LP has seven tracks, for use in different game situations. Each track has four interleaved grooves announcing the resulting play, leading to different outcomes based on which groove happens to catch the phonograph needle. The back of the LP sleeve itself is used as a game board. Baseball-style games as well as player-endorsed versions, both manual and electronic, continue to be popular through the present day. Title: Game record:Mel Allen's Baseball Game. Creator: RCA Victor Company, Inc. Date Created: 1959. Location: Camden, NJ. Type: Sports, More Games. Medium: pressed vinyl, printed cardboard. Object ID: . Play set:Junior Dress Designer Kit. Created around the same time. The Babe Ruth Story Mel Allen - New York Yankees Radio Announcer 1948. Baseball Funny Side Up Goes Extra Innings Narrator 1993. Needful Things Baseball Announcer 1993. Fox Movietone Sports: Mel Allen's Football Review 3104 - Football Winning Ways 1951. Style of the Stars 1947. Joe Morgan retires. Dwight Gooden Rookie Joe Torre Juan Samuel Bowie Kuhn Big Stick Player of the Week Mike WittBob Boone Perfect Game Allen was The Voice: his boom box of a voice Curt Smith that wonderful, unmistakable voice Dick Young the venerable Voice of Summer Sports Illustrated. He was the voice of the Yankees from 1939 through 1964 and became the most prominent sports broadcaster in America. Allen told broadcast historian Curt Smith he got his first exposure to baseball while sitting in an outhouse looking at pictures of bats and gloves in catalogs from Sears or Montgomery Ward. He saw his first Major League games when he visited an aunt in Detroit Babe Ruth hit a home run in one of them. Mel Allen Psa Dna Coa Hand Signed Autograph Baseball Yankees. or Best Offer. Mel Allen's Living Sound Baseball Game 1958. C shipping. From United States. Mel Allen Autograph Signed American League Ball This Week In Baseball. 1963 JKW Sports Autographed Album Elston Howard Mel Allen Phil Rizzuto. Buy It Now. Mel Allen was born Melvin Allen Israel on February 14, 1913, in Birmingham in Alabama. He attended the University of Alabama for his undergraduate studies. He was a member of the Kappa Nu fraternity at the school. In 1939, he replaced Arch Mc Donald as the voice of the Washington Senators for that years season. In the same year, he replaced Garnett Marks on Yankee broadcasts. Melvin Avrom Allen born Melvin Israel. School University of Alabama. Born February 14, 1913 in Birmingham, AL USA. Died June 16, 1996 in Greenwich, CT USA. Mel Allen, legally Melvin Israel until 1943, was a broadcaster who had a sixty-year career. Allen began broadcasting in 1935 while a student at the University of Alabama. Two years later, he was hired as a staff announcer by CBS. Finally, in 1939, he was assigned to work New York Yankees games, a position he held through 1964, with an interruption