Alec Baldwin talks with two athletes who achieved enormous success in their rookie years.
First Alec visits with Andrew Luck, quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts, who set a record for the most passing yards by any rookie. He talks about the transitions from high school to college to pro football and shares what he most admires about Peyton Manning, the quarterback he replaced.
Alec also talks with Dwight “Doc” Gooden about his first few years pitching pro baseball and the tumultuous ones that followed as he struggled with his addiction to drugs and alcohol. Gooden discusses his troubled relationship with his father and why he thinks living in Florida added to his problems.