Gary Sheffield had a season that wasn’t remembered by too many people in the 90s. Looking back on it statistically, Sheffield’s 1992 season may seem a little underwhelming. However, this was a near Triple Crown season. Check out how close Gary Sheffield was to winning the Triple Crown in 1992 while with the San Diego Padres.
The Detroit Tigers in the early ’90s were one of the most entertaining teams. They would hit numerous home runs, draw a plentiful amount of walks and strike out at a hefty rate. Some of the players on these early ’90s Detroit Tigers teams include Cecil Fielder, Mickey Tettleton, Travis Fryman, Rob Deer and Tony Phillips. The Tigers were one of the top offensive teams in this era but had their issues when it comes to pitching.
Due to the cancellation of the 2020 NCAA Tournament, I wanted to put this video out: The Top 5 NCAA Tournament Buzzer Beaters in the 1990s. I think you all know what the number one buzzer beater will be. I will give you a hint, the Kentucky Wildcats were the opponent.
ESPN recently produced an entertaining segment, quizzing Clemson and LSU players about 90s pop culture. Check out this short video below.
Interesting teams were involved in the Final Four during the 90s. Check out which of these teams are forgotten.
This was one of the first 90s Sports Nostalgia videos. The quality was greatly improved since then. The Auburn Tigers in the 90s had quite a decade in the 90s.
Believe it or not, Isaac Bruce’s best season was not part of the Greatest Show on Turf. It was during the 1995 season which was the year of the wide receiver.
When looking beyond simple stats, these NBA players from the 90s should not be considered busts. You might see Bryant “Big Country” Reeves in here. Relive some of the drafts from the 1990s in this video.