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If You Need a Sports Fix: 'NBC Sports From the Vault' Continues on May 18

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STAMFORD, Conn. – The second week of NBC Sports From the Vault begins Monday, May 18 on NBCSN, replaying nearly 55 hours of classic sports events from the past 40 years, featuring Notre Dame Football, the Orange Bowl, MLB classics, Wimbledon, French Open, PGA TOUR and Ryder Cup.

From Monday, May 18, through Friday, May 22 (starting at 7 p.m. ET), and Saturday, May 23, through Sunday, May 24 (starting at 8 p.m. ET), NBCSN will present nightly primetime programming from NBC Sports' vault of historic games, spanning four sports across four decades.

Iconic athletes that will be featured over the course of the week include Tiger Woods, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams, Phil Mickelson, and John McEnroe, as well as legendary postseason matchups featuring the Boston Red Sox-New York Mets 1986 World Series Game 6, Oakland A's-Los Angeles Dodgers 1988 World Series Game 1, and the 1990s Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. the Colorado Buffaloes.

Throughout the week, former athletes will provide commentary on the classic games, including a pair of former Notre Dame standouts – Heisman Trophy runner-up Rocket Ismail and All-American Reggie Brooks – former Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher and 1988 World Series MVP Orel Hershiser, former New York Mets pitcher Ron Darling, GOLF Channel analyst and 12-time PGA TOUR winner Justin Leonard, and 12-time European Tour (and three-time PGA TOUR) winner Ian Poulter.

Game presentations will include a specialized ticker featuring live tweets. Fans can tweet #NBCSNVault for the chance to see their tweets live on air.

Following is each night's From the Vault content:

Monday, May 18: "Breakfast at Wimbledon"
Tuesday, May 19: "Breakfast at Wimbledon"
Wednesday, May 20: French Open
Thursday, May 21: Notre Dame Football
Friday, May 22: MLB Classics
Saturday, May 23: PGA TOUR (Arnold Palmer Invitational) and Ryder Cup
Sunday, May 24: PGA TOUR (THE PLAYERS Championship) and Ryder Cup

Programming will also stream on and the NBC Sports app.
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