Wednesday, December 16, 2009
Baseball in Technicolor
Continuing to rely on YouTube because I can't think of anything good to write, I thought I'd post this video of Reds pitching from the last decade and a blogger's response at the end.
You can watch the whole cartoon here. Pretty funny. And odd seeing ads in the cartoon for champagne and tobacco.
Another amusing old cartoon I found is "Goofy's How to Play Baseball" made back when Disney made films to make films:
I thought it interesting to hear some of the terminology we rarely use anymore like "speedball" and "slowball."
And here's a great Woody Woodpecker from 1943:
Here's Charlie Brown floating out to sea on a pitcher's mound:
Here, Clyde Crashcup from The Alvin Show invents a Cubs fan:
Ah, the good old days of cartoons.