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This Week In Baseball History

Dec 12, 2019

One of the greatest Cubs of all time, Ron Santo was almost traded out of his beloved adopted home 46 years ago this week, but turned the tables on his team, becoming the first player to invoke his 10-and-5 rights and forced a trade to the other side of town. Mike and Bill recount the life and career of the...


Dec 5, 2019

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Dec 4, 2019

Dick Allen was one of the most controversial players of all time, a deeply and often unfairly maligned slugger whose own fans booed him mercilessly. Responding to a listener request, Mike and Bill recount Allen's tumultuous and Hall of Fame-worthy career on the 45th anniversary of his refusal to be report after being...


Nov 28, 2019

Monty Stratton was on the way to a distinguished career when a hunting trip abruptly turned into a battle for his career, and for his life. Mike and Bill recount the accident that altered his path forever, and the amazing comeback that was literally something out of Hollywood. Plus, happy birthday to Howard Johnson and...


Nov 21, 2019

This episode is dedicated to the memory of Dorothy Seymour Mills.

It's probably not fair to say that Albert Belle was misunderstood. But it is fair to say he made anyone who wanted to understand him regret trying. But he was as much a dynamic force at the plate as he was a disruptive one away from it who, 23 years...