Jim Kaat, nicknamed “Kitty”, had a baseball career that spanned over four decades and 25 years.  Kaat was an All-Star for three seasons and a Gold Glove winner for sixteen seasons.  He was the American League leader in shutouts in 1962, and the AL leader in wins and complete games in 1966.  In addition to his 283 career wins, he has three 20-win seasons.  He won a World Series Championship in 1982 with the St. Louis Cardinals.

I think you will enjoy hearing from a legend.  He was not only a great player but, a tremendous broadcaster as well.  This podcast covers the 1982 Cardinals, broadcasting, the potential of the Hall of Fame for Jim.  If you love baseball, you’ll love this visit with Jim Kaat.  He SHOULD be in the HOF. Enjoy!