Twenty-four years ago he was 12-year old Jeffrey Maier, the kid who reached over the fence and turned Derek Jeter's fly ball into a home run that changed a playoff game and maybe the course of the 1996 Yankees.
On the latest "30 With Murti" podcast, Sweeny chats with 36-year old Jeff Maier, a married father of three, who recounts his brush with fame and what's happened to him in the year since.
Maier takes us through the moment and the amazing aftermath. He also shares where the baseball journey has taken him and how people react to him in New York and Baltimore all these years later.
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