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Before the 1991 MLB All-Star Game, Hall of Famers Jack Buck, Ted Williams, and Joe DiMaggio talked baseball with one another

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Juan Marichal
In 1963 he won 25 games and had an ERA of .241 and in 1968 he won 26 games with an ERA of .243 He was inducted in to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1983
Jimmy Connors Wins the 1976 U.S. Open over Borg
Bob Gibson
Bobby Orr, incredible!!!
Bobby Orr only played in the NHL for 12 seasons (10 with the Boston Bruins) and retired when he was just 30 years old, but he certainly left his mark on the sport. Remembered as one of the all-time great defensemen, Orr showed that defensemen can also be great offensive contributors. Orr scored over 30 goals in 5 different seasons, including 46 goals in 1974-1975, and he is the only defenseman ever to led the league in scoring, a feat he accomplished twice. He won the Calder Trophy for top rookie in 1966-1967, then went on to win 8 consecutive Norris Trophies for top defenseman, and 3 consecutive Hart Trophies for the league’s MVP. Orr led the Bruins to 2 Stanley Cup Championships and is perhaps best remembered for his overtime Cup winning goal in 1970. His flying through the air while scoring that goal is one of the games, and perhaps all of sports most iconic images. Orr was elected the Hall of Fame in 1979.
1964 Notre Dame vs. Purdue - Great QB matchup - Huarte vs. Griese
‘Fernandomania’ - In 1981 Fernando Valenzuela was the rage of America coast to coast
Fernando Valenzuela played in the Mexican League in the mid 1970s and caught the eye on several major league scouts. The Los Angeles Dodgers bought out his contract for $ 120,000. in 1979. He played briefly in the minor leagues that summer, and then excelled in the Texas League in 1980, before being promoted to the big league club towards the end of the season. In 10 relief pitching appearances, he pitched 18 shutout innings, winning two games and saving one. In 1981, he was named the Dodgers Opening Day starting pitcher only after Jerry Reuss was injured 24 hours before his scheduled start and Burt Hooten was not ready to pitch. Valenzuela shut out the Houston Astros 2-0 and immediately became the rage of southern California and baseball fans nationwide. ‘Fernandomania’ swept the country as huge standing room only crowds witnessed every start he made. He became an instant media icon with his flamboyant pitching style. Fernando started the season 8–0 with five shutouts and an ERA of 0.50. He led the Dodgers to the World Series title over the Yankees, and became the first and only player ever to win the Rookie of the Year Award and the Cy Young Award in the same season.

American Olympic Heroes

Miracle on Ice Hockey Team

Jesse Owens

Edwin Moses

Dorothy Hamill

Dick Button

Miracle on Ice Hockey Team

Jesse Owens

Edwin Moses

Dorothy Hamill

Dick Button

Game of the Day
1997 - # 1 FSU vs # 10 Florida - "One of The Greatest Games Ever Played in The Swamp"

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