The Glove | Robert Redford Narrates Special | Hollywood Reporter

Robert Redford narrates an excerpt from Mike Barnicle's "The Glove", in honor of the 4th of July holiday.  The two minute piece honoring the relationship between ball players and their gloves, aired during a double header on July 4, 2014.  Making this piece even more special, the piece was produced [...]

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Mike Barnicle Talks Baseball | Morning Joe

Mike Barnicle banters with the Morning Joe team about Boston Red Sox spring training during a segment of The Sideline. [...]

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Mike Barnicle Commenting on Free Agent Status | Morning Joe

Mike Barnicle discusses free agent status on Morning Joe   [...]

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Inside Iconic Fenway Park

Mike Barnicle speaks about the magic of Fenway Park, and the iconic stadium's hold on the people of Boston in "Inside Fenway Park: An Icon at 100 Part II"   [...]

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THE TENTH INNING | Mike Barnicle: “Don’t lose your stuff” | PBS

Mike Barnicle talks about the baseball gloves he's had since 1954. "The Tenth Inning," is a two-part, four-hour documentary film directed by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. A new chapter in Burns's landmark 1994 series, BASEBALL, "The Tenth Inning" tells the tumultuous story of the national pastime from the 1990s [...]

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A Believer’s Baseball Hymn

Originally published March 22, 1998, by Mike Barnicle for The Boston Globe He arrived on the job early the other morning, carrying the same items he's lugged across more than six decades of employment in a boy's game: a bat, a ball, and an infectious smile on his 79-year-old face. "First time I [...]

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Baseball’s Timeless Beauty

  "...your baseball glove. It’s got a soul, a memory all its own, and a future that never fades because it has never let go of the grasp the past has on you and so many others." Extract taken from Mike Barnicle's "The Timeless Beauty of Baseball." [...]

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THIS COULD BE THE WEEK FOR A SOX TITLE

Originally published April 4, 1980, by Mike Barnicle for The Boston Globe The Red Sox, behind the 32­hit pitching of Mike Torrez and the hot bat of Stan Papi, clinched the 1980 American League East title yesterday before a crowd of 612 fans at Fenway Park. The 19­14 victory over the [...]

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A PLAGUE ON THEM ALL

Originally published June 15, 1981, by Mike Barnicle for The Boston Globe Why should we get upset because a bunch of guys averaging around $150,000 in salary for seven months work now claim their bosses are unfair? How can you feel sympathy for bosses who, as a group, should be given [...]

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FROM ME TO MA BELL: BOO!

Originally published August 19, 1981, by Mike Barnicle for The Boston Globe This is a story about a little league baseball team, the Parkway All Stars of West Roxbury and Roslindale; two big league guys, Paul Nicholson and Frankie (Ballgame) Long; and a bush league company, New England Telephone. It will [...]

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