It's the time of the year where we can fully mine the internet for hidden gems. And today, I think we've uncovered a good one.
We can't confirm where this audio broadcast aired (KMOX?), but we do know that it's a radio special that Mr. Jack Buck and Mr. Harry Caray did where they recapped the 1964 Cardinals season, one in which they beat the New York Yankees in the World Series (7 games).
In the years since this was broadcast, the Cubs have co-opted Caray as their "voice", but this comes from a time where two of the most legendary broadcasters the sport has seen were a team for the St. Louis Cardinals.
Pretty amazing audio that includes their actual game calls. Somehow, these videos only have a couple hundred listens (i.e. views).
I'm pretty sure these are from an album I used to listen to when i was in high school in the early 70's. A friend of mine and I would listen to it all the time. And then of course be able to repeat the play by play word for word at will in any given situation. Only we were the only ones who knew what we were talking about. Good stuff. Thanks for the memories.
Butch Trumbull (Lindsay's Dad)
Here are a couple of other Harry Caray videos that were sent along by @Coast1013Matt -