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Fadeaway - The Baseball History Podcast

Baseball


Location:

United States

Twitter:

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Language:

English


Episodes

Episode 8: Tim Raines: A Love Story

2/13/2017
Barred from playing for the first month of the 1987 season, Tim Raines returned with a legendary game, helping to spark a legendary love story.

Duration:00:48:32

Episode 7: The Big Drabowsky

10/31/2016
Moe Drabowsky escaped Poland at the start of the Third Reich, became baseball's most acclaimed prankster, and authored the most spectacular relief pitching performance in World Series history.

Duration:00:36:15

Episode 6: Nine Reasons

10/17/2016
Sandy Koufax, Vin Scully, and the Dodgers of the 1960s changed baseball forever, becoming the most influential franchise in the history of the game.

Duration:01:55:03

Episode 5: The Catch

7/26/2016
With a contagious smile, a sweet left-handed swing, and an iconic rookie card, Ken Griffey Jr. was the emblematic baseball player of his generation.

Duration:00:17:53

Episode 4: Tigers Burning Bright

7/22/2016
As manager Mickey Cochrane and his Tigers thrilled Detroit by day, a secret KKK-like gang called the Black Legion terrorized the city at night.

Duration:01:07:37

Episode 3: See That He Behaves

6/10/2016
George McQuillan was the Doc Gooden of the Deadball Era — the brightest young pitcher in baseball until a series of scandals and personal problems brought his career crashing to a halt.

Duration:00:46:46

Episode 2: Pilot (part 2)

5/15/2016
Cubs star Ken Hubbs was afraid of flying, so he tried the one solution he could think of to conquer that fear: He learned how to fly himself.

Duration:00:52:02

Episode 1: Pilot

5/15/2016
Ted Williams' plane bursts into flames while he's flying a bombing mission as a fighter pilot in the Marines during the Korean War. This is the story of how he survived.

Duration:00:29:48