Chronicling the powerful 1990s Indians teams that electrified the city of Cleveland, winning six of seven division titles only to fall short in two World Series trips. Interviews include broadcaster Tom Hamilton, Mike Hargrove, Jim Thome, Kenny Lofton, Omar Vizquel, Orel Hershiser and front office executives John Hart, Dan O'Dowd and Mark Shapiro.
Long before the likes of Big Papi, Pedro, Manny and even before the heartbreak of Buckner and the indelible image of Fisk waving the ball fair, Red Sox Nation as we know it began 50 years ago with the Impossible Dream of 1967.
Chronicling the upbringing of Angels star Mike Trout in southern New Jersey. Included: family and friends discuss his scholastic exploits; a look at his impact on the town of Millville as a perennial American League MVP candidate and two-time winner.
Bob Costas hosts a look back at the inaugural World Baseball Classic and its impact internationally, while 2017 WBC participants Jose Altuve, Chris Archer and Francisco Lindor discuss the pride they have playing for their home countries.
Chronicling owner Charlie Finley's "Mustache Gang" Oakland A's dynasty of the early 1970s, which had players such as Rollie Fingers, Gene Tenace and Reggie Jackson leading the way to three straight titles. Narrated by MC Hammer, a former A's employee.
Chronicling former Pirates, Marlins, Rockies and Tigers manager Jim Leyland, from his upbringing in Perrysburg, Ohio, to his lengthy coaching career. Tony LaRussa, Gene Lamont and Dave Dombrowski are among those interviewed.