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This Day in Baseball History
August 5, 1921 > Harold Arlin announces the play-by-play on the first radio broadcast of a Major League game. Sitting in a box seat at Pittsburgh's Forbes Field, Arlin calls the shots for station KDKA while watching the Pirates beat the Phillies, 8-5. A few months later, Arlin will once again be the man in the booth for the first broadcast of a football game.