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The Legend of Mark 'The Bird' Fidrych

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New York Giants legendary Linebacker Lawrence Taylor #3 on the list of the NFL's Top 100 Greatest Players of All Time
The NHL'S Greatest Moments
The Highlights of the 1974 World Series - Oakland As vs the Dodgers
Tennis star Pancho Gonzales - Considered to have the greatest serve of all time
The Baltimore Orioles during the years 1966 -1971 - Winners of two World Series and four American League Pennants
1960 World Series | MAZEROSKI HOMERS IN NINTH to lead the Pittsburgh Pirates to the championship vs New York Yankees
October 13, 1960 • Forbes Field in Pittsburgh, PA Bill Mazeroski slammed a ninth-inning walk off home run high over the left-field wall of historic Forbes field to lead Pittsburgh to its first World Series championship in thirty five years. Danny Murtaugh’s astounding Bucs brought down Casey Stengel’s mighty Yankees, 10-9, in a titanic struggle that gave the National League champions the series, four games to three. Minutes later a crowd of 36,683 touched off a celebration that swept through the city.

College Stars

Quinn Buckner - Indiana University

Patrick Ewing - Georgetown

Ralph Sampson - Virginia

Jack Givens - Kentucky

Tim Duncan - Wake Forest

Quinn Buckner - Indiana University

Patrick Ewing - Georgetown

Ralph Sampson - Virginia

Jack Givens - Kentucky

Tim Duncan - Wake Forest

Game of the Day
BABE RUTH'S (1932 WS) CALLED HOME RUN SHOT' RARE VIDEO & COMMENTARY
BABE RUTH’S CALLED SHOT - It is one of baseball’s all-time great mysteries. Did Babe Ruth really call his shot just before hitting a mammoth World Series home run? The undisputed facts of the events were as follows: It was October 1, 1932, Game 3 of the World Series in Wrigley Field, with the Yankees leading the Cubs 2 games to 0. In the top of the 5th inning, Ruth was at bat with the score tied at 4, facing Cub pitcher Charlie Root. The Cubs’ bench was heckling the Babe as he took strikes one and two. Now, at this point in time, fact and myth get a bit jumbled. Ruth made some type of outward gesture with his bat, but it is unclear whether the gesture was toward the pitcher, or the centerfield bleachers, as Ruth proudly proclaimed for many years thereafter. Either way, Ruth smashed the next pitch well beyond the centerfield fence, for one of the most memorable and debated World Series home runs of all-time. An interesting side note to this story is that on the very next pitch, Lou Gehrig, forever playing in Ruth’s shadow, also hit a home run, his 2nd of the game as well, knocking Charlie Root out of the game. But as was typical for Gehrig, his two home runs in the game paled in comparison to the legend of the mighty Babe’s called shot.

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