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  • [Once a Star raw: Phoenix, Arizona #1]

    [Once a Star raw: Phoenix, Arizona #1]

    This tape features raw footage shot for the television series “Once A Star.” The tape covers a banquet held for the 1969 Chicago Cubs and New York Mets. The two teams were participating in a “Dream Game” in Phoenix, AZ in 1986.

  • A Look At The Cubs, 1975

    A Look At The Cubs, 1975

    A TV show, including commercials, previewing the 1975 Chicago Cubs, and examining their chances of a winning season. Made up of interviews with players from the 1975 Cubs conducted at the Cubs’ spring training camp in Scottsdale, AZ, and highlight footage from training camp and previous seasons.

  • [Once a Star raw: Phoenix, Arizona #2]

    [Once a Star raw: Phoenix, Arizona #2]

    Raw footage for the television series “Once a Star.” Former Chicago Cubs players Billy Williams and Fergie Jenkins coach a group of children on the art of hitting and pitching. The players also recite introductions for “Once a Star.”

  • Time Out, episode 122

    Time Out, episode 122

    This tape features a 1984 episode of “Time Out,” a weekly sports program that is hosted by a number of Chicago area journalists and sportscasters. This week’s commentators are John Schulian of the Chicago Sun-Times, Kenny McReynolds, a WBMX Sportscaster and Assistant Coach for DePaul University’s Men’s Basketball team, WIND reporter Fran Spielman, and John Mengelt, broadcaster and NBA veteran.

  • [Once a Star raw: Phoenix, Arizona #3]

    [Once a Star raw: Phoenix, Arizona #3]

    This tape features footage of the ’69 Chicago Cubs and New York Mets teams at a cocktail party in honor of the “Dream Game ’86.” Shot for the television special “Once a Star.”

  • [Once A Star raw: Holtzman #1]

    [Once A Star raw: Holtzman #1]

    Part one of an interview with Ken Holtzman, retired Major League pitcher for the Chicago Cubs, Oakland Athletics, Baltimore Orioles and the New York Yankees, for the television special, “Once A Star.” The interview, conducted by Roger Wallenstein, focuses on Holtzman’s career after baseball as an insurance administrator. Holtzman discusses how being an ex-ballplayer is sometimes a disadvantage in his career, and comments in-depth on “dumb jock syndrome.” Timecode onscreen.

  • [Once a Star raw: Phoenix, Arizona #4]

    [Once a Star raw: Phoenix, Arizona #4]

    This tape features footage of the ’69 Chicago Cubs and New York Mets teams at a cocktail party in honor of the “Dream Game ’86.” Cubs Announcer Jack Brickhouse introduces the entire Cubs roster at a cocktail party. Shot for the television special “Once A Star.”

  • [Once a Star raw: Holtzman #2]

    [Once a Star raw: Holtzman #2]

    Part of an interview of Ken Holtzman retired Major League pitcher for the Chicago Cubs, Oakland Athletics, Baltimore Orioles and the New York Yankees by Roger Wallenstein for the television show, “Once A Star.” In this segment of the interview Holtzman discusses his relationship with the Cubs manager, Leo Durocher, and also with what it was like to play in the majors in the mid 1960s through 1970s.

 
 
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