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June 22, 2021:
Zack Wheat was once named one of baseball’s 100 greatest. A career .317 hitter, Wheat is a name often overlooked by many, including Dodgers’ fans. But he was a star. Elected to the Hall of Fame in 1959, his name is often overlooked by Dodgers’ fans coast-to-coast, and it shouldn’t be. In fact, when talking about the greatest Dodgers of all time, Zack Wheat should be at the top of almost every list and on this episode of SFH, author Joe Niese joins to talk about this great, but forgotten star.
June 1, 2021:
Archie Clark who starred in the NBA for 10-years and averaged 16.3 PPG for the Lakers, Warriors and Pistons (amongst others) might best be remembered for being traded for Wilt Chamberlain. But he contributed so much to the game today that we all take for granted including the “Shake and Bake” move and the “Step-Back”. Archie is on this episode of SFH to talk about it all.
May 18, 2021:
Playing during the heyday of the likes of the flamboyant Walter Hagen, the “Squire” Gene Sarazen and during the start to the careers of Byron Nelson, Sam Snead and Ben Hogan was a tough time grab the headlines in the world of golf. Nonetheless, Denny Shute just went about his business and won two PGA Championships and an Open Championship at St. Andrew’s. On this episode of SFH, golf historian Tony Parker is here to discuss the forgotten career of Denny Shute.