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Wednesday, November 19, 2003
Great Windy City games and legends


ESPN Classic will be Sweet Home Chicago this Saturday as we celebrate great Chicago athletes and teams from noon - 7 p.m. We'll bring you great baseball games from the North Side and the South Side. We'll also present profiles of a couple of Bear greats, Payton and McMahon, and some guy named Mike. Here's our complete schedule:
All times Eastern

Classic Chicago
August 12
Noon - 7 p.m.

Playing 11 full seasons, Jordan led the NBA in scoring a record 10 times and won 6 NBA titles.
Saturday, August 12

Noon - SportsCentury: Michael Jordan

1 p.m. - SportsCentury: Jim McMahon

2 p.m. - Seattle Mariners @ Chicago White Sox (1993)
Bo Jackson hits a three-run home run to snap a scoreless tie in the sixth inning and send the White Sox to their first division championship since 1983.

4 p.m. - SportsCentury: Walter Payton

5 p.m. - 1984 NLCS, Game 1
San Diego Padres @ Chicago Cubs

Rick Sutcliffe, Gary Matthews, Bob Dernier and Ron Cey combine for a record five home runs, helping the Cubs open the NL playoffs with a 13-0 pounding of the Padres. This is the Cubs first postseason game since 1945.

7 p.m. - NHL Saturday Night
1991 Stanley Cup Finals, Game 6
Pittsburgh Penguins @ Minnesota North Stars
Mario Lemieux has a goal and three assists, and Tom Barrasso makes 39 saves as Pittsburgh wins the Stanley Cup for the first time in its history with an 8-0 rout.





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