Listen to the original radio broadcast as the Braves, one game away from their first World Series since 1958, pin their hopes on a 24-year old pitcher named John Smoltz. Hear CBS announcers John Rooney and Jerry Coleman call a legendary start in a Hall of Fame career.
Listen to the original radio broadcast as the underdog Reds take their first championship in 14 years with an unlikely World Series sweep of the powerhouse Oakland A's. Hear legendary Reds announcer Marty Brenneman call the play-by-play as Cincinnati once again becomes the Big Red Machine.
10/15/64: The Cardinals and Yankees battled to a winner-take-all Game 7 in one of the most dramatic World Series ever played. Future Hall-of-Famer Bob Gibson took the hill on two days rest, against Mel Stottlemyre and a waning Yankee dynasty that still featured Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris. Hear highlights of NBC Radio's broadcast that day, as called by Joe Garagiola and Phil Rizzuto
10/1/67: On the final day of the long 1967 regular season, the Red Sox, Twins and Tigers were all still vying for the AL Pennant. Hear highlights of NBC's broadcast that day from Curt Gowdy, Pee Wee Reese and Sandy Koufax from the game between the Red Sox and Twins, with updates from Tiger Stadium.
7/31/1990: Nolan Ryan was already a sure-fire Hall of Famer, but on one Milwaukee night he reached the gold standard for starting pitchers: 300 wins. Listen to parts of Sean McDonough and Ray Knight's ESPN broadcast from that historic night. It includes a postgame interview with the evening's star.
10/14/65: Dodger manager Walter Alston called on Sandy Koufax to pitch Game 7 on just two days rest, and the lefty didn't disappoint in the decisive game against the Minnesota Twins. Hear highlights from Byram Saam and Joe Garagiola's broadcast that night as well Vin Scully's postgame interview with Sandy himself.
8/29/77: Lou Brock needed one more stolen base to tie Ty Cobb's all-time record of 892, as the St. Louis Cardinals visited Padres Stadium in San Diego. Hear Bob Starr and Jack Buck's original radio call of the record-tying and record-breaking steals, as heard that night on KMOX.