Hey baseball fans!
Here's the latest in my series of Baseball Hall of Fame Classic live interviews. If you'd like a hint: this person is a certain Hall of Famer who is not a mammal, but rather a type of bird. If you still need another hint: he pitched against George Brett in the famous "pine tar game." OK, well if you still haven't guessed it, it's none other than the legendary Rich "Goose" Gossage.
Before you watch the interview, let me tell you a little bit about Goose. Besides having a great mustache, Goose was a fantastic pitcher who pitched from 1972-1994 for a bunch of teams, but he is most famous for his years on the Yankees. He was one of the greatest relievers of his time and was a nine time All Star. He had 310 saves, which may not seem like a lot compared to some guys today, but many of his saves were more than one inning long!! He won the 1978 World Series with the Yankees, and happens to be a really nice guy too.
Well, that's all I have on Goose. If you'd like to watch his interview, just click here.
Hope you liked the interview. Please check back again real soon for more of "all the buzz on what wuzz."