April 29 – May 5 | Show #899
This three-time World Series champion, Cy Young winner and four-time Gold Glove winner was also one of baseball’s signature personalities for three decades.
April 22-28 | Show #898
This two-time World Series champion, nine-time consecutive Gold Glove winner, two-time Cy Young winner and NL MVP Bob Gibson is a first ballot Hall of Famer, named as the most fearsome pitcher of all-time. Gibson’s 1.12 ERA in the Cardinals 1968 Championship Season remains the hallmark season for Major League pitchers.
April 1-7 | Show # 895
One of the greatest and most awarded basketball players and coaches of all-time, K.C. was a consensus All-American at the University of San Francisco and an Olympic Gold Medalist before winning twelve NBA championships; eight as a player, two as a head coach and two as an assistant coach.Read more
March 18-24 | Show # 893
A McDonald’s All-American MVP, Alonzo was a consensus All-American at Georgetown, an Olympic Gold Medalist, a seven-time NBA All-Star and NBA champion with the Miami Heat. Also, Alonzo is a Naismith Basketball Hall of Famer.Read more
LeRoy Neiman (In Memorium)
March 11-17 | Show #891
Sport’s greatest artist, LeRoy was a hero to all major sports, including baseball. He also painted, monthly, for Playboy Magazine until his death in 2012. Owning a Neiman will always be a mark of distinction and a superb investment.More about LeRoy Neiman Read more
February 25 – March 3 | Show #890
Named to the NBA’s All-Time Team, Willis is a college and Naismith Hall of Famer, a two-time NBA champion and a two-time NBA Finals MVP. Dominque is a member of both the College and Naismith Halls of Fame and was arguably the best dunker in NBA history.More about Willis Reed
Feb 11 – Feb 17 | Show # 888
One of the NHL’s greatest players of all-time, Mark was a fifteen-time All-Star and two-time league MVP. He is also the only player to captain two different professional teams to championships. Known for his durability and longevity, Mark played a quarter of a century in the NHL and more in the WHA. Mark was also a first-ballot Hall of Famer.More about Mark Messier Read more