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 – ALCS Game 5 Tigers Vs Twins PostGame Show + Interviews With Tom Kelley + Kirby Puckett

In what would turn out to be the last postseason game ever played at Tiger Stadium….the Twins would send future Hall of Famer Bert Blyleven to the mound to face the Tigers’ seasoned vet ace Doyle Alexander. Minnesota drew first blood in the top of the 2nd….when Tom Brunansky doubled home Gary Gaetti and Randy Bush….but was thrown out trying to stretch…

MLB – 1986 – World Series – Mets Vs Red Sox – Game 4 – 1st Inning – With Vin Scully + Joe Garagiola

Game 4 of the 1986 World Series between the Boston Red Sox verses the New York Mets was played on October 22, 1986 at 7:30 pm at Boston’s fabled Fenway Park in front of 44,860 fans…..as the Mets tied the NLCS up at 2 games apiece….after losing the first two games to go 2 down. …

MLB – 1986 – NLCS Mets Vs Astros Game 1 PostGame Show – With Tim McCarver Interview With Mike Scott

Game 1 featured a pitching duel between eventual NLCS Most Valuable Player Mike Scott of the Astros and Mets young ace Dwight Gooden…..as Scott allowed just five hits and walked one while striking out 14 in a complete-game effort as the host Astros prevailed 1–0…..in a game that Mets pitcher Dwight  Gooden only allowed one run in his seven…

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…

MLB – 1987 – All Star Game Special – Introduction Of The Players + Coaches + Managers

To a baseball fan, there is nothing more enjoyable than the introduction of the players, coaches and managers of the annual MLB All Star Game…..and this introduction of the 1987 All Stars is no exception….as there are a total of 20 Hall of Fame Members introduced in this 1987 All Star Classic….which includes Gary Carter,…

MLB – April 29th 1986 – NESN Sports Highlights – Red Sox Roger Clemens 20 Strikeout Game Vs Seattle

In baseball, a strikeout occurs when a pitcher throws three strikes to a batter during his time at bat….as twenty different pitchers have struck out at least 18 batters in a single nine-inning Major League Baseball (MLB) game as of 2016….with the most recent being Max Scherzer of the Washington Nationals on May 11, 2016….as four players have accomplished the feat more than once in their career….with no player having ever struck…

MLB – 1987 – World Series Cards Vs Twins Game 6 Pregame Show – With Al Michaels + Jim Palmer + Tim McCarver

The Series returned to the Metrodome with the Twins facing elimination…..which is the same position they would find themselves in once more four years later against the Atlanta Braves….as ABC allowed the game to be played at 3 p.m. CT (4 p.m. ET) on Saturday afternoon…..whereby, it was the only day game of the series….and the last World Series game to date…

MLB – 1986 – ALCS Angels Vs Red Sox Game 7 PreGame Show With Al Michaels + Jim Palmer + Tim McCarver

The 1986 American League Championship Series was a back-and-forth battle between the Boston Red Sox and the California Angels for the right to advance to the 1986 World Series to face the winner of the 1986 National League Championship Series. The Red Sox came in with a 95–66 record and the AL East division title….while the Angels went 92–70 during the regular season to win…