Chat with Ripken, Wells and Darling
Darling, Ripken and Wells will be apart of the 2010 MLB playoff coverage.
Welcome to SportsNation! On Monday, three former major league players and current TBS analysts Ron Darling (left), Cal Ripken and David Wells (right) stop by to chat about the upcoming 2010 MLB Playoffs.
Darling, a former starting pitcher, amassed a record of 136-116 in 13 seasons with 1,590 strikeouts and a 3.87 ERA. He threw 13 shutouts and was the winner of the 1989 Gold Glove.
Cal "Iron Man" Ripken Jr. is one of the most decorated players MLB has ever seen. He's a 19-time All-Star, eight-time Silver Slugger award winner, two-time Gold Glove winner, the 1982 AL Rookie of the Year and a Baseball Hall of Famer.
A journeyman, David Wells played for nine different teams in his 20 seasons in the league racking up 239 wins while striking out 2,201 batters.
You can see all three during the TBS coverage of the division series and the American League Championship Series. Coverage begins October 6.
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