Ferguson Arthur "Fergie" Jenkins CM is a Canadian former professional baseball pitcher, and coach. He played Major League Baseball for the Philadelphia Phillies, Chicago Cubs, Texas Rangers, and Boston Red Sox.
Hall of Fame pitcher and 1971 NL CY Young Award winner Fergie Jenkins stops by to talk about his commitment to charitable work, playing with the Harlem Globetrotters, share what he learned from his roommate Ernie Banks when he first arrived in Chicago and reflect on the rest of his time with the Cubbies and everything in his life since. Then Dempster’s former teammate from the Boston Red Sox and multi-time World Series champion and former league MVP Dustin Pedroia joins the podcast. You’re not going to want to miss his David Ortiz story from the 2013 ALCS.
1991 Hall of Fame inductee Fergie Jenkins joins the boys to talk about his time playing for the Harlem Globetrotters (and his relationship with one of their legends…the late-Curly Neal), shares his excitement over another Canadian joining him in Cooperstown in July and recalls that time he gave Madison Bumgarner a lesson in autograph etiquette.