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Legendary Moment #1

The Mircale On Ice

February 22, 1980

Just weeks after getting crushed by the Soviet Union 10-3, the U.S. Olympic team came back from a 3-2 deficit and defeated the defending champs 4-3.


Legendary Moment #2

Jackie Robinson Breaks the Barrier

April 15, 1947

Jackie Robinson became the first African American to play in the major leagues when he debuted for the Brooklyn Dodgers on April 15, 1947.


Legendary Moment #3

LeBron and the Cavs break the city's 52 year drought

June 19, 2016

The Cavaliers won their first championship in franchise history, ending a nearly 52-year pro sports championship drought for the city of Cleveland. LeBron James was named the unanimous Finals MVP, becoming only the fifth player in NBA history to earn the a


Legendary Moment #4

Wild Thing Strikes that Mother****** Out!

October, 1989

Major League's Ricky "Wild Thing" Vaughn faces Clu Haywood in the ALCS. Following the advice from teammate Roger Dorn, Vaughn punishes Haywood with three straight heaters.


Legendary Moment #7

The Most Brutal Heavyweight Fight In History

October 1, 1975

Often regarded as the most brutal heavyweight fights of all time, Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier faced off for the third time in their careers. Ali won the series 2-1 by TKO after the 14th round.


Legendary Moment #11

Cleveland Indians beat boston braves in 1948 World Series

October 11, 1948

Indians beat the Braves 4-3 in Game 6 of the '48 World Series. Game 4 set a single game attendance record, packing 81,897 into Cleveland Stadium. Game 5 broke that record with 86,288 fans attending the game.


Legendary Moment #12

Browns beat Colts 27-0 in NFL Championship

November 16, 1961

The Baltimore Colts, lead by the great Johnny Unitas, were shut down by the Cleveland Browns 27-0 to capture the 1964 NFL Championship.


Legendary Moment #16

Feller throws 1st no hitter against White sox

April 16, 1940

During his career, Bob Feller threw no-hitters in 1940, 1946, and 1951. He helped the Indians win a World Series title in 1948 and an American League-record 111 wins and the pennant in 1954.


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