• Hall of Fame slugger, broadcaster Kiner dies

    Summary of 15 articles · Updated Feb 6, 2014
    • A baseball staple, Kiner never lost storytelling flair

      Ralph Kiner was a favored topic in the Mets' clubhouse, in their dugout and on their charter flights. He was a favorite person as well. He became of one my favorites, too.
      Source: MLB.com
    • Ralph Kiner, legendary Mets broadcaster, was the man in the booth, right to the end

      This isn’t about the malaprops that made us laugh or his Hall of Fame career. Nor is it about his amazing recall of baseball history. It ain’t about how he, Lindsey Nelson, and Bob Murphy gave birth to the Mets’ earliest selling point — that loveable lo…
    • Appraisal: Ralph Kiner, the Enduring Met, Retires to His Eternal Korner

      Kiner was a character, a bon vivant, and not overly polished, which was part of his charm. His postgame show was required viewing, even if it looked like public access programming.

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