Doc on '98 Home-Run Chase Between Mark McGwire, Sammy Sosa To Air June 14

"Long Gone Summer" chronicles the memorable home run race in 1998.

670 The Score Staff
May 06, 2020 - 9:16 am

(670 The Score) ESPN will continue to provide us with new content on Sunday nights.

After "The Last Dance" is over, ESPN will continue to air 30 for 30 documentaries on Sundays, moving three of them up on the calendar.

The two-part "LANCE" will air on May 24 and May 31. It focuses on former star cycler Lance Armstrong and "features unprecedented access to Armstrong through raw interviews and personal perspective on his full story, the inspiring rise and dramatic fall from grace," ESPN said in a news release.

"Be Water" will air June 7 and provide a "personal look at the life and purpose that motivated Bruce Lee, the martial artist trailblazer and pop culture icon."

Of most interest to fans in the Chicago area will be "Long Gone Summer," which will air June 14 and chronicles the memorable home run race between Cardinals first baseman Mark McGwire and Cubs outfielder in 1998. Both men discussed the home run race at length for the first time in the documentary, according to ESPN.

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