Special – 1981 – NBCs Sportsworld – Nolan Ryan 5th No Hitter & Tex Cobb Interview & MLB Hilites

DOG COMMENTARY:    Every time we at ImaSportsphile get to post a vintage ABC Wide World of Sports or a CBS Sports Saturday/Sunday or an NBC SportsWorld….we get excited because we know we are going to get to watch something that is really good and interesting….and things in the sports world that don’t happen very often….and this NBC…

MLB – 1981 Special – Pitcher Nolan Ryan Passes Sandy Koufax With 5 No Hitters

DOG COMMENTARY: Nolan Ryan is this lil ole chiweenie Sportsphile’s favorite MLB pitcher of all time….as he currently still holds two all time major league pitching records that in my humble opinion will never be broken….his 5,714 strikeouts and his 7 no hitters pitched…..as the pitchers of today and in the future will not be…

MLB – June 1986 Game – Texas Rangers VS California Angels – Don Sutton 300th Win

DOG COMMENTARY: After being a consistant ace for the Los Angeles Dodgers since 1966….Sutton became a free agent after the 1980 season….for during his time in Los Angeles….he set a team record for career wins….when he joined the Houston Astros in 1981…..and after the baseball strike interrupted the season….Sutton returned with seven wins and one…

MLB – 1985 Game Of Week – Angels VS Rangers – P Don Sutton Wins # 300

DOG COMMENTARY: Donald Howard “Don” Sutton (born April 2, 1945) is an American former professional baseball player….who played in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a right-handed pitcher for 23 seasons with the Los Angeles Dodgers, Houston Astros, Milwaukee Brewers, Oakland Athletics, and California Angels….as he won a total of 324 games….58 of them shutouts and five…