Sid Bream had a starring role in one of the most memorable moments in baseball history. On February 18th, he was able to speak about that and more at the Outdoorsman Dinner at First Baptist Church in Reidsville, North Carolina.
Bream also spoke about his love of hunting at the event. He stressed the importance of proper ethics in the woods and in one's personal life.
Bream was finally able to tie all of his messages together by addressing his faith. He spoke about Christianity and how he has seen his beliefs positively affect his family life.
In 1992, Bream scored the winning run for the Atlanta Braves in Game 7 of the National League Championship Series. "The Slide" led the Braves to their second consecutive World Series and is an iconic moment in the city's sports history.
The Los Angeles Dodgers originally drafted Bream in 1981 and he spent his first three seasons with the big league club. He went on to have the best seasons of his career with the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Bream spent one final year with the Houston Astros in 1994 before retiring. He is now a motivational speaker and the Corporate Chaplain for PGT Trucking.
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Sid Bream Speaks to WTAE-TV Pittsburgh: