MLB – 1987 – NLCS Giants Vs Cardinals Game 7 PreGame Show with Marv Albert + Joe Morgan + Vin Scully

This NBC Sports 1987 National League Championship Series Game 7 between the St. Louis Cardinals and the San Francisco Giants pregame show features the broadcast team of Marv Albert, Joe Morgan, Vin Scully and Joe Garagiola….as the crew showcases the top plays and outcome of the first 6 games of this awesome NLCS….which is followed…

MLB – 1987 – NLCS Game 4 Cardinals Vs Giants PreGame Show With Marv Albert + Joe Morgan + Vin Scully

The Giants knotted the series at 2 – 2….mostly by the longball…..along with another complete-game pitching performance….with this time being by Giants P Mike Krukow…..as he was touched for two runs in the 2nd on RBI singles by opposing pitcher Danny Cox and Vince Coleman….but then pitched shutout ball the rest of the way….then Giants’ Robby Thompson hit a homer…

MLB – 1988 – World Series Dodgers vs Athletics Game 4 PreGame Show – With Bob Costas + Vin Scully

Without injured sluggers Kirk Gibson (25 HR) and Mike Marshall (20)….the Dodgers started the game with what was statistically one of the weakest hitting World Series teams since the Dead-ball era.  During the regular season the Game 4 starting line up of Steve Sax (2B), Franklin Stubbs (1B), Mickey Hatcher (LF), Mike Davis (RF), John Shelby (CF), Danny Heep (DH), Jeff Hamilton (3B), Mike Scoscia (C) and Alfredo Griffin (SS) combined for a total of just 36 home…

Boxing – 1990 – Marv Albert + Dr Pacheco Provide A Look At Career Of IBF Lightwt Champ Greg Haugen

Greg Haugen (born August 31, 1960) is a retired American boxer….who was a world champion at both the lightweight and light welterweight divisions…..wherein he turned pro in 1982….and won his first 17 fights before challenging for a world title.  On December 5, 1986, Haugen captured the International Boxing Federation Lightweight Title with a majority decision over reigning champion Jimmy Paul. He lost his title…

Boxing – 1986 – Special NBC Up-Feed – Super Featherwt Title – Rocky Lockridge Vs Julio Cezar Chavez

When using the vernacular of television network programming….an “up-feed” refers to the signal originated by a television network at the source of the event (ie: mlb game, nfl game, boxing match etc.)….which is then “up-fed” to the source that inserts the tv commercials and public services messages….then the program feed goes into the “down-feed”….which is then broadcast…

Boxing – 1986 – Marv Albert + Dr Ferdie Pacheco Preview WBA Lightweight Title Fight – Crawley Vs Bramble

In 1984, Livingstone Bramble dethroned Ray Mancini to take the WBA lightweight title. Crawley was the #1 contender, and accepted $150,000 to step aside and allow Bramble and Mancini to engage in a rematch. Bramble defeated Mancini in their rematch on February 16, 1985. Crawley won the USBA lightweight title in June 1985 with a twelve-round decision over crosstown…

Boxing – 1986 – Marv Albert + Ferdie Pacheco Preview Jr Welterwt Bout Buddy McGirt Vs Frankie Warren

NBC Boxing fight crew of Marv Albert and Dr. Ferdie Pacheco showcase the upcoming junior welterweight fight between James “Buddy” McGirt verses Frankie “Panchito” Warren…..who would both become world champions….as both were outstanding boxers during The Golden Age of Boxing from 1964 to 1995.   James “Buddy” McGirt (born January 17, 1964) is an American former professional boxer from Brentwood, New York….who competed from 1982…

Boxing – 1986 – 10 Rnd Jr Middlewt Bout Said Skouma Vs Kenny Butler – With Marv Albert + Dr Pacheco

This 10 round Super Welterweight bout between Said Skouma verses Kenny Butler….featured two pretty dang good boxers….as Skouma had an 11 year career record of 37 wins and 9 losses with 30 KO’s….and Butler had an 11 year professional career with 20 wins and 7 losses with 9 KO’s.  After this fight seen herewith Kenny…

Boxing – 1985 – Marv Albert + Dr Ferdie Pacheco Highlight Edwin Rosario And Frankie Randell Careers

Frankie Billy Randall (born September 25, 1961) is an American former professional boxer from 1983 to 2005….who was a three-time light welterweight world champion….having held the WBA, WBC and lineal titles between 1994 and 1997. Randall is best known for being the first boxer to defeat Julio César Chávez….whose record at the time of their 1994 fight stood at 89 wins and a draw.   He…