1985 ALCS: The Royals Flush Out Blue Jays In Lucky 7 | Ep 2

The 1985 American League Championship Series

1985 ALCS: The Blue Jays hold a commanding 3 Games to 1 lead over The Royals in what is now a 7-game series for the first time in League championship series history.

But what could possibly go wrong for the Blue Jays?

Mark Gubicza of the Royals and Rance Mulliniks of the Blue Jays look back at this gut-wrenching series that launched The Royals to their miraculous 1985 World Series Championship.

Read up on the series on Wikipedia to brush up on your history.

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The Crawl of Fame | Ep 1

For our premiere episode, leader Julie Moss collapses yards from the finish line at the 1982 Ironman Triathlon. As she stumbles repeatedly and desperately begins to crawl, golden girl Kathleen McCartney passes her for the win.

Listen to these two amazing women reflect back on the race that put the Ironman on the map and inspired thousands to test themselves on the Kona lava field.

Check out the footage on YouTube to see this dramatic finish and if you love story, pick up a copy of Julie’s newly released book Crawl of Fame on Amazon.

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Also make sure to check out Episode 2, Episode 3, & Episode 4 if you haven’t listened already.