Keith Hernandez and Ron Darling

Show # 129 February 26 – March 4 Keith was the greatest defensive first baseman of all time, a National League MVP, and a two-time World Series champion. Ron authored the greatest pitching performance in NCAA history before joining the Mets, where he was a…

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Andy Pettitte

Show # 128February 19 – 25 A 256-game winner and five-time Word Series champion with the Yankees, Andy was one of the “Core Four” on the Yankee teams that dominated in the 1990s and 2000s.

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Roger Clemens

Show # 127February 12 – 18 Arguably baseball’s best pitcher of all time, Roger won a record seven Cy Young Awards, seven ERA titles, two Triple Crowns, two World Series championships, and an MVP.

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Mike Piazza

Show # 126February 5 – 11 Baseball’s best offensive catcher, Hall of Famer Mike Piazza was a 12-time All-Star, 10-time Silver Slugger, and an NL Rookie of the Year.

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Auston Matthews

Show # 124January 22 – 28 The Toronto Maple Leafs’ 24-year-old center is only the second American to be selected #1 overall in the NHL draft. He scored four goals in his NHL debut, won the Calder Memorial Trophy as the league’s top rookie…

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Joe Haden

Show # 122January 8 – 14 Joe is a three-time Pro Bowler for the Pittsburgh Steelers and was a unanimous All-American and BCS Champion at Florida.

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