Wednesday night went a long way toward funding the college education bill for the grandchildren of Don Larsen and Bobby Knight.
Fifty-six years to the day Monday, Don Larsen walked into Yankee Stadium for Game 5 of the World Series against the Brooklyn Dodgers, having no idea he was about to create one of the most memorable moments in baseball history.
The baseball jersey worn by New York Yankees legend Don Larsen when he pitched the only perfect game in World Series history will soon be available for auction.
New York Yankees legend Don Larsen is willing to give up his piece of history to ensure his grandchildren's futures.
Behind every piece of sports memorablia there's a story that can increase the personal value of the item beyond what someone else would pay for it.
Don Larsen is happy for Roy Halladay and has congratulated him on becoming the second pitcher to a throw a no-hitter in the postseason.
Mark it down: Bud Selig will rue this decision and this day.
Tom Sturdivant, who pitched the Yankees to victory in Game 4 of the 1956 World Series on the day before Don Larsen's famed perfect game, has died. He was 78.
More than 50 years after etching his name in baseball's record books, Don Larsen finally got to see himself do it.
It is one of sport's most enduring images: Yankees catcher Yogi Berra leaping into Don Larsen's arms after the final out of the pitcher's perfect game in the 1956 World Series.
Derek Jeter did what none of the other Yankees could: He got a hit off Josh Beckett. Two of them, to be exact, in the Yanks' 6-1 victory over the Marlins on Tuesday night.
They'd make pitcher-perfect souvenirs.