Golf – PGA – 1985 Skins Game – Back 9 – Jack Nicklaus & Arnold Palmer & Tom Watson & Fuzzy Zoeller

DOG COMMENTARY: During the course of posting over 1400 videos and some 5,000 pieces of sports memorabilia to this webpage over the past year….I have come to the conclusion that there are simply some videos and have a significantly greater draw by the viewing public….and this particular PGA golf video featuring the 1985 Skins Game…

MLB – 1980 All Star Game – Dodger Stadium – Howard Cosel & Jim Palmer & Al Michaels – Part 2

DOG ASIDE: In this 1980 MLB All Star Game from Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles….the AL and NL were locked in a scoreless duel for four innings….including P Steve Stone’s perfect performance for 3 complete innings….as Fred Lynn would break the deadlock in the top of the fifth with a two-run homer off Bob Welch.  The…

MLB – 1980 All Star Game – J R Richards & Rod Carew & Reggie Jackson & Johnny Bench – Part 1

DOG COMMENTARY: The 1980 Major League Baseball All-Star Game was the 51st midseason exhibition between the all-stars of the American League (AL) and the National League (NL)….with the two leagues comprising Major League Baseball.  The game was played on July 8, 1980 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California….which was home of the Los Angeles Dodgers…

Music – Carlos Montoya – The Awesome Instrumentals Of A Classical Guitar Master

DOG COMMENTARY: Carlos García Montoya (13 December 1903 – 3 March 1993) from Madrid, Spain….who was a prominent flamenco guitarist and a founder of the modern-day popular flamenco style of music.  He was the nephew of renowned flamenco guitarist Ramón Montoya….as he first learned from his mother, “la Tula”….and then from a neighboring barber called Pepe el Barbero.…

MLB – 1986 NLCS – New York Mets vs Houston Astros – Game 5 – Shea Stadium

DOG COMMENTARY: This 1986 NLCS is the sole reason for one of Bone Daddy’s greatest “sports road trip” that he ever took in his 50 years of going to live sporting events from amateur…to high school….to college/university….to pro….and every one was a building block image of the original Sportsphile. As the story goes….Bone Daddy had…