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February 23, 2021:
When Pete Sampras retired from tennis, he had won more Grand Slam championships than any male player in history. Since surpassed by Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, Sampras is sometimes left out of the discussion when talking about the greatest of them all. Author and tennis expert Steve Flink joins SFH for a wonder look back at the record-setting career of Pete Sampras.
February 9, 2021:
Walt Tkaczuk is one of the most favorite players in New York Rangers history. Emile Francis is one of the franchise’s most legendary coaches. Arnie Brown, Dave Balon and Orland Kurtenbach are not the most recognizable names in team history. All five of these Rangers played crucial roles in one of the most exciting nights in franchise history and on this episode of SFH we take a look back at their careers and the incredible game that took place on April 5, 1970.
January 26, 2021:
Spec Sanders had a brief professional football career playing for the New York Yankees of the AAFC in 1946, 47, 48 and the New York Yanks of the NFL in 1950. But in those four years he did play, his numbers were staggering, particularly 1948 when he rushed for 18 TDs and threw for another 14 TDs. In 1950 season wasn’t too bad either when he led the NFL with a then-record 13 interceptions. Listen to SFH now for the story of the great Spec Sanders.