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MINNEAPOLIS, MN - FEBRUARY 04: Quarterback Nick Foles #9 of the Philadelphia Eagles raises the Vince Lombardi Trophy after defeating the New England Patriots, 41-33, in Super Bowl LII at U.S. Bank Stadium on February 4, 2018 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

See what Andrew Salciunas found in the Audio Vault today. Every day on The Anthony Gargano Show Andrew pulls some audio relevant to the day. That may be famous birthdays or events that took place on this day in history. And today in history, something very important happened in the NFL. The NFL-AFL merger was announced. Which also meant the birth of something else. The Super Bowl. And because of that, Andrew dedicated today’s Vault to the greatest Super Bowls of all time.

A couple of years back, the NFL itself put together its own list of the greatest Super Bowls ever. It came out a few years back, so the Eagles- Chiefs Super Bowl did not make the list. But they ranked all the Super Bowls that had taken place at that point and time. And Andrew grabbed a play from each of them, to play in the Vault today.

Anthony of course had his opinions. Notably, he did not agree at all with Super Bowl ranked 10th. but you can listen to all the plays, and Anthony’s reaction to each of them below.

Here is the lineup from the Vault today:

10) Super Bowl 38- Patriots Beat the Panthers

9) Super Bowl 14- Bradshaw to Lynn Swann

8) Super Bowl 52- You Want Philly Philly?

7) Super Bowl 23- Montana to

6) Super Bowl 3- Joe Namath Guaren

5) Super Bowl 25- Scott Norwood’s Kick is No Good

4) Super Bowl 51- Patriots’ Historic Comeback vs the Falcons

3) Super Bowl 49 – Why didn’t the Seahawks Run it?

2) Super Bowl 42- The Helmet Catch

1) Super Bowl – Bradshaw Beats the Cowboys

You can listen to the full Audio Vault below:

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Audio Vault- Ryan Howard Hits A 3rd Deck HR

See what Andrew Salciunas found in The Audio Vault today. Every day on The Anthony Gargano Show, Andrew dives into the Vault to pull out some Audio relevant to the day. It may be famous birthdays, things that happened on this day in history, or more. Today that included a massive HR by Ryan Howard, Mike Schmidt retiring, Albert Bell turning Baseball into a contact sport, a Mike Tyson Fight, and the debut of Barry Bonds.

What audio did Andrew play for each of those things? Here is the lineup from today’s Vault, and you can listen to the full thing at the bottom of the article.

  • Ryan Howard 3rd Deck Grand Slam

    Only 2 balls have landed in the 3rd deck at Citizens Bank Park. Both came off the bat of Ryan Howard. Barry Bonds got up there, but it bounced off the 3rd deck rail. Ryan Howard’s landed in the seats. One of those happened on this day in 2009. And it came with the bases loaded. He hit the grand slam off the Nationals to put the Phillies up 10-3.

  • Mike Schmidt Retires Mid-Season

    Yesterday, in 1989, Mike Smidht surprised everyone by retiring mid-season. He was scuffling badly to that point in the season, with just 6 HRs and a batting average of .203. So he shocked everyone by hanging up his cleats 2 months into the season. And Andrew uncovered a old newscast where NBC 10 sent out a man on the street to get the reaction from fans to the news. Some were surprised. Others understood and wished the best for Schmidt. And others were upset and thought he was quitting on the team.

  • Albert Bell Turns Baseball Into a Contact Sport

    Other than a collision at the plate, Baseball has never really been a sport with a lot of contacts. And now you cant even collide at the plate. But on this day in 1996, Albert Bell decided he wanted to straight up tackle someone. He was on first base, and the batter hit a ground ball to 2nd Baseman Fernando Vina. Bell was not going to let there be a double play though. He ran right into Vina, knocking him too the ground. Shockingly, it was allowed. The runner was ruled safe at first.

  • Mike Tyson vs Pinklon Thomas

    On this day in 1987, Pinklon Thomas entered the ring vs Mike Tysopn, with the Heavyweight Title on the line. Things did not go well for Thomas. Give him credit, he survived for 5 rounds. But he was taking a beating. it nearly led to a first-round knockout. But instead it took until round 6 for him to go down.

  • Barry Bonds Makes His Debut

    On this day in 1986, Barry Bonds made his MLB debut. Steroids or not, he was one of the best hitters of all time? Just how good was he? Well, he once got walked intentionally with the bases loaded. The Giants trailed by 2 in the 9th inning vs the D-Backs. The bases were full, with 2 outs, and Barry Bonds came to the plate. And Buck Showalter made the curious choice to walk him, not giving him a chance to do more damage than that. And it worked, after walking in a run to make it just a 1-run game, the D Backs got out of the inning and won the game.

  • You can listen to the full Audio Vault below...

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