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NEW YORK - JUNE 15: Roy Halladay #34 of the Philadelphia Phillies delivers a pitch against the New York Yankees on June 15, 2010 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York City.

See what Andrew Salciunas found down in the Vault today. He pulled out some audio from great Phillies playoff memories, a great anniversary for the Phillies, and more. Here is the lineup from today’s Vault…

Manny Trillo’s Triple Gives The Phillies a Lead

It is never a bad time to pull audio from Harry Kalas from the vault. And one of his iconic calls came courtesy of a Manny Trillo tiple in game 5 of the 1980 NLCS. You could argue it was one of the biggest hits in the Phillies’ history. It would end up being the game-winning hit that sent them to the World Series, which would be the first-ever World Series win in Club history. And with the Phillies back in the postseason, Andrew pulled the moment out of the Vault to play for us today. 

Final Out in Game 5 of the NLCS

And of course, that triple eventually led to a win to get the Phillies to the World Series. When you listen to it, the thing that will stand out is the elation in the voices of both Harry Kallas and Richie Ashburn. It is clear what the ball club meant to both of them. So Andrew pulled the final out of that game from the Vault

Roy Halladay No-Hits the Reds

On this day in 2010, Roy Halladay no-hit the Cincinnati Reds to win game 1 of the NLDS. Doc may not have been in Philly long, but he was a Philly legend nonetheless. And he gave us one of the best pitching performances in Phillies history. Well to be more accurate, he gave us two of them. The was the Perfect Game earlier in the same season. But when you do it in the playoffs, it is perhaps more special. So to mark the date, Andrew pulled the audio from the final out in the game. It was a Brandon Phillips swinging bunt, that Carlos Ruiz scooped up and threw to first the seal the No-Hitter.

Michael Jordan retires For The First Time

On this day in 1993, Michael Jordan retired for the first time. It came off him winning 3 straight NBA Finals and was a shock to the sports world. Of course, he came back a few years later, to win 3 more NBA Finals in a row. There was much speculation that this was not a willing retirement, but in fact, a secret suspension for Michal Jordan’s gambling. But it was a stunning move regardless of whether it was a suspension or him wanting to step away for a bit. To mark the occasion, Andrew pulled Michael Jordan’s speech, where he announced his retirement, from the Vault. 

National Coaches Day

It is National Coaches Day! And to celebrate the holiday, Andrew pulled a montage of great fictional coach’s speeches to play out of the Vault today.

Listen to the Full Audio Vault Below…

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