Former Brooklyn and LA Dodger Carl Erskine talks about his friend and former teammate Jackie Robinson. Carl tells a couple of stories rarely told.
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Carl Erskine joins Clubhouse Chatter to talk about playing with Jackie Robinson. Carl also plays Take Me Out to the Ballgame on his harmonica.
Carl Erskine shared a field and clubhouse with Jackie Robinson. They were great fans. In this episode Carl talks about his relationship with Duke Snider. He also talks about how he developed his curveball in Cuba. Join us Sunday at 11 am (Pacific) for Clubhouse Chatter as Carl comes back on the show to talk about Jackie Robinson. We stream live at http://www.yamhilltoday.com
Former Brooklyn/LA Dodger Carl Erskine talks about his career with the Dodgers.
With Jackie Robinson day coming up, let’s take a look back to Carl Erskine’s first appearance on Clubhouse Chatter.
Carl Erskine is a former right-handed starting pitcher in Major League Baseball who played his entire career for the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers from 1948 through 1959. He was a pitching mainstay on Dodger teams which won five National League pennants, peaking with a 1953 season in which he won 20 games and set a World Series record with 14 strikeouts in a single game. Erskine pitched two of the NL’s seven no-hitters during the 1950s. Following his baseball career, he was active as a business executive and an author.
Former Brooklyn/LA Dodger Carl Erskine talks about Duke Snider and playing in Cuba.