Jack Morris is a Hall of Fame pitcher who never intended to leave a game he started until it was over. In 1984, he helped lead the Detroit Tigers to a World Championship. Buck Martinez was a catcher for the Toronto Blue Jays (later to be their manager). He never intended to lose to the … Continue reading 1984 Tigers vs Blue Jays – Ep 4 →
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Check out the teaser clip from our latest episode of The Sports Rivals Podcast. Jack Morris and Buck Martinez sit down to the 1984 Tigers vs Blue Jays rivalry.
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In 1978, the Red Sox blew a 14-game lead to the Yankees and the teams ended up in a one game playoff for the division title. That season and that playoff game are major blocks in the Red Sox-Yankees rivalry, one of the most enduring in sports. The Yankees’ Lou Piniella and Boston’s Fred Lynn … Continue reading Red Sox-Yankees Rivalry – Ep 3 →
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Mark Gubicza of the Royals and Rance Mulliniks of the Blue Jays look back at this gut-wrenching series that launched The Royals to their miraculous 1985 World Series Championship.
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For our premiere episode, leader Julie Moss collapses yards from the finish line at the 1982 Ironman Triathlon. As she stumbles repeatedly and desperately begins to crawl, golden girl Kathleen McCartney passes her for the win. Listen to these two amazing women reflect back on the race that put the Ironman on the map and … Continue reading The Crawl of Fame – Ep 1 →
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