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A Look Back at the Career of Fergie Jenkins
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Robin and David head to the Mound with Hall of Fame pitcher Fergie Jenkins. They also discuss Fergie's amazing career with author Lew Freedman, and former teammate Keith Moreland.
Episode Segments:
Bearly Legal: Author Lew Freedman'
Author Lew Freedman visits the studio and discusses his new book written with Fergie Jenkins called, "My Life from the Cubs to Cooperstown." He talks about the great reception that he and Fergie have received at book signings throughout Chicago while promoting the book.
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Bearly Legal: Teammate Keith Moreland
Former Cub Keith Moreland joins the show to discuss the career of his former teammate Fergie Jenkins. He talks about working with the current Cubs at Spring Training and his thoughts on Milton Bradley. The guys also talk football with Moreland, who is now an analyst on Texas Longhorn football broadcasts.
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Bearly Legal: Hall of Famer Fergie Jenkins
Hall of Famer Fergie Jenkins speaks with the guys about his career as a Cub. He also talks about his time spent playing with the Harlem Globetrotters. In addition, he offers his thoughts on the latest news surrounding Jake Peavy and the White Sox.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Lew Freedman
Lew Freedman is the author of many sports books. His works include books on Fergie Jenkins, the Chicago Bears, and the Boston Celtics.

Fergie Jenkins
Jenkins spent the majority of his career playing for the Chicago Cubs. He also had stints with the Philadelphia Phillies, Texas Rangers, and Boston Red Sox. An outstanding all-around athlete, Fergie played basketball as a member of the Harlem Globetrotters.

Keith Moreland
Keith Moreland is a former outfielder in Major League Baseball who played for the Philadelphia Phillies, Chicago Cubs, and San Diego Padres. In 1989, the final year of his career, he played for the Detroit Tigers, then the Baltimore Orioles. He helped the Cubs win the 1984 National League Eastern Division championship. His best year was in 1985 with the Cubs, when he batted .307 (14 HR, 106 RBI, 12 SB). He also had a good year in 1987, with 27 HR and 88 RBI. He is currently the color analyst for the radio broadcasts of Texas Longhorn football and baseball, as he is a former player for both teams.