Season 1, Episode 27
Former Phillies Closer, Brad Lidge
Episode 27 features Brad “Lights Out” Lidge! In 2008, Brad Lidge saved all 41 chances and seven more in the playoffs for the perfect season. In one of the franchise’s most iconic and memorable moments, he clinched the 2008 World Series title by striking out Eric Hinske. Also, Larry Bowa takes us back to that weekend series in Montreal in early October, 1980, when Michael Jack Schmidt’s 11th inning home run (he buried it!) sent the Phillies into the 1980 postseason. Download Glove Stories with Murph wherever you get your podcasts or watch us on YouTube! https://linktr.ee/glovestoriespodcast
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Season 1, Episode 28 Dutch StoriesEpisode 28 features many of the late Darren Daulton’s former teammates sharing stories of the undisputed clubhouse leader of the 1993 Phillies World Series team. In October, 2021, many former players and local celebrities gathered for...
Season 1, Episode 26 Former Phillies Outfielder, Greg LuzinskiEpisode 26 features Greg “The Bull” Luzinski. The Bull was a four-time All-Star and member of the 1980 World Series Championship team. Luzinski won game four of the 1980 NLCS with a double that scored...
Season 1, Episode 25 Former Phillies Pitcher, Danny JacksonEpisode 25 features Danny Jackson. Danny Jackson, an All-Star for the Phillies in the early 1990’s , was one of the emotional leaders of the 1993 World Series team. Danny talks with Murph about his 15-year...
Season 1, Episode 24 Former Phillies Catcher, Cameron RuppEpisode 24 features Cameron Rupp. Rupp, a third round draft pick of the Phillies in 2010, would eventually replace Carlos Ruiz as the team’s every day catcher. We’ll revisit his career that began as a...