Where Baseball History Comes to Life
Barred from playing for the first month of the 1987 season, Tim Raines authored a legendary performance in his first game back while also sparking a charming love story.
Moe Drabowsky escaped the Third Reich, became baseball's most famed prankster, and authored the most spectacular relief pitching performance in World Series history.
How Sandy Koufax, Vin Scully, and the Dodgers of the 1960s became the most influential franchise in the history of the game.
With a brilliant smile, a sweet left-handed swing, and an iconic rookie card, Ken Griffey Jr. was the emblematic baseball player of his generation.
As manager Mickey Cochrane and his Tigers thrilled Detroit by day, a secret KKK-like gang called the Black Legion terrorized the city by night.
George McQuillan was one of the most accomplished pitchers in baseball until a variety of scandals and personal problems brought his career crashing down.
In the early 1960s, Ken Hubbs was one of America's greatest young athletes... and then he started taking flying lessons from a famous stunt pilot.
Fadeaway's debut episode, "Pilot," delves into Ted Williams' near-brush with death in Korea, his friendship with hotshot pilot John Glenn, and his clashes with military brass.