Chicago Six-Times Episode 4: Michael Jordan trades the court for a diamond as ‘The Last Dance’ covers his first retirement

Rick Telander and Richard Roeper recap Sunday’s premiere of “The Last Dance” Episodes 7 and 8.

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A 1994 file photo of Birmingham Baron’s Michael Jordan as he prepares for his first game as a professional baseball player at the Hoover Metropolitan Stadium.

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Episodes seven and eight of ESPN’s docuseries “The Last Dance” cover the shocking murder of James Jordan and Michael’s first retirement where he trades basketball for a run at baseball. Hosts Richard Roeper and Rick Telander also recap the production of “Space Jam” and the players who would head to the Warner Bros. backlot to keep Jordan in shape.

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