San Francisco Giant And Future Hall Of Famer, Willie Mccovey And Constructed Kingdome discussed on iHeart Podcast Channel Programming

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What's going on sports fans that Sandy West and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. We'll start off back in 1959 in his major league debut, San Francisco Giant and future Hall of Famer Willie McCovey goes four for four jumping ahead this week in 1976, The Seattle Seahawks take the field for the first time in a preseason game versus the 40 Niners at the newly Constructed Kingdome in Seattle label this week in 1981, the 42 Day old and second Major League Baseball strike ends Play resumed on August 9th with the All Star game with regular season play. Resuming one day later this week in 1990 Nolan Ryan at 43 years old, won his 3/100 game, reaching the milestone in his second try at the Texas Rangers beat the Milwaukee Brewers 11 to 3 this week in 1997, the Oakland A's trade Mark McGwire to the ST Louis card. Knows McGuire would become one of the most prolific home run hitters in baseball history. You never won a World Series as a player with ST Louis, but he won one as a coach in 2011. And this week in 2015. Alex Rodriguez became the fourth player in major league history to homer as a teen and in his forties, marking his birthday by lining an opposite field shot to right against his former team to help the New York Yankees beat the Rangers 62, Ty Cobb, Rusty Stop, and Gary Sheffield are the only other players too. Homer before turning 20 and then at age 40 or after, and that's just some of what happened

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