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Red Barber and Connie Desmond called that particular game and John Derr served as a field reporter.

The remaining two games (including the legendary "Shot Heard 'Round the World" that ended Game 3 to send the Giants to the World Series) were broadcast by NBC with Ernie Harwell and Russ Hodges on the call. "CBS' stakes were higher" said Buddy Blattner, who left the Mutual Broadcasting System to rejoin Dean.

Pee Wee Reese replaced Blattner as Dean's partner in 1960.

That year, Jerry Coleman hosted the pregame show for CBS' Game of the Week broadcasts.

On August 11, 1951, CBS' flagship television station WCBS-TV in New York City broadcast the first baseball game ever televised in color between the Brooklyn Dodgers and Boston Braves from Ebbets Field, in which the Braves beat the Dodgers 8–1.

As were all color programs at the time, it was transmitted via a field-sequential color system developed by CBS.

The deal with CBS was also intended to pay each team (26 in 1990 and then, 28 by 1993) $10 million a year.

The network would also be paying an estimated .1 million per game or 0,000 per inning, and 2,000 per out; a separate cable television deal would bring each team an additional million.

Now you're getting two games a week [four, counting NBC, by 1959]." In 1958, Dizzy Dean ruffled the feathers of CBS Sports head Bill Mac Phail when he said "I don't know how we come off callin' this the 'Game of the Week'.

There's a much better game – Dodgers–Giants – over on NBC." Dean also once refused a Falstaff ad because the date was Mother's Day.

Now teams begged for "Game"'s cash." That year, the National Football League (NFL) began a US.1 million revenue-sharing pact.

By 1965, Major League Baseball ended the large-market blackout, got .5 million for exclusivity, and split the pot.

The theme music used on the CBS telecasts during this era was a Dixieland styled rendition of "Take Me Out to the Ballgame".

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