Heart-pounding memories. Rarely told tales. Inside information.
Deeply personal and candid conversations like you’ve NEVER HEARD BEFORE. Your favorite stars from baseball and beyond take you on the rides of their lives. The moments their worlds changed forever. From the details of their first exposure to the Major Leagues, to the feelings behind the career milestones and life beyond the cheering. “Major League Beginnings” with the Player, the Agent and the Broadcaster, Mark Sweeney, Barry Axelrod and Mike Pomeranz.
From San Francisco to Boston, he became a quiet legend. Without him, the Red Sox might not have broken an 86 year World Series title drought. Batting champ and fan favorite, Bill Mueller joins the guys on this episode of Major League Beginnings.
As the only player to hit Grand Slams from both sides of the plate in one game, Mueller goes inside his prolific Boston at bat in the 2004 American League Championship Series, the nail-biting race for the 2003 batting title, and all the unfiltered stories of his difficult climb to the Big Leagues.