It is a true sign of spring when Major League Baseball teams arrive for Spring Training in Florida and Arizona. Such is the case for the St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs, Chicago White Sox and the Kansas City Royals next week.
Back in 1966, The Beatles played a show at Candlestick Park. It was the last show the Beatles ever played live in a venue. Fast forward to August 14, 2014. A Beatle played the final show ever in Candlestick Park.
I remember it vividly. Al Michaels and Tim McCarver were broadcasting Game Three of the 1989 World Series between the A's and the Giants when all of a sudden the TV went black and all you could hear was Michaels talking. The audio quality went from clear to phone-like and after a few seconds he began to realize that an earthquake had just occurred.
Because of copyright infringement laws we are not allowed to say the words "Super Bowl" in any radio promotion or advertisement we may do at the station. That is why you will hear the words "The Big Game" this Sunday or "Football's Premiere Contest" as verbiage instead of Super Bowl. If you ask me, it is all stupid.
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