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Posted: Sunday, April 20, 2014 7:51 AM

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Rastafarian Bust Wood Sculpture

Beautifully hand carved Rasta Dread Bust bought directly from the artist in Jamaica and brought back on the plane.

The sculpture stands just over 2’ feet tall and weighs about 25lbs. I hate to part with it - Truly a one of a kind piece of art (no blemishes or cracks). $99

• Location: Brooklyn, Downtown Brooklyn


Posted: Sunday, April 20, 2014 6:06 AM

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Classic football games from 1960-Present on DVD! Most games rate 9.0 (very good) or better for quality. Quality ratings of 8.5 (good) or 8.0 (fair) as listed. Times listed are hours and minutes. All DVD's include an original custom designed thin 7mm cover, allowing you to build a beautiful library of classic original telecasts.

All games are on 1 DVD each. Games over 4 hours and 30 minutes will be packaged in a 2-disc 7mm cover. Sound is remixed if required. This may include removing tape hiss, synchronizing sound with the picture, and providing the correct multi-channel sound level.

Games are $14.95 each with shipping. 10 or more are $13.75 each with shipping. Custom DVD’s are priced as listed and are available only from Classic Ball Game. Package tracking included with shipments of 3 games or more. Package tracking optional on orders of 1 or 2 games (add $1.00). We accept U.S./Canadian money order, check, cash or PayPal. Most orders of 10 games or less are shipped within 48 hours of receiving payment.

Custom 1-disc, 2-disc or 3-disc DVD covers are available separately for any game/race/show for $4.50 each with shipping. Custom DVD covers for games or races not in this catalog are $6.00 each. Custom 3-disc covers are standard 14mm thick (add $1.00 per game). Minimum order with shipping included is 2 DVD covers.

*Shipping 1 or 2 games to Canada add $5.00 USD per game. All other countries add $7.00 USD per game.
*Orders of 3 or more games shipped outside the United States is approximately the same shipping rates as in previous years.

Visit our new web site at classicballgame.com, or you can e-mail us at classicballgame@aol.com. We have thousands of games, races and shows available.
*Our web site is optimized for mobile smartphone devices.

RETURNS: If you receive a defective DVD, you will need to send it back. You will be provided with a pre-paid envelope to return defective discs.


Complete Seasons and Specialty Sets – additional information and pricing is shown on our web site.

1979 Pittsburgh Steelers – Super Bowl 14 Champions
1979 Chicago Bears – Walter Payton’s 1,610 rushing yards
1981 San Francisco 49ers – Super Bowl 16 Champions
1982 Washington Redskins – Super Bowl 17 Champions
1982 New York Giants – Strike shortened year
1983 Los Angeles Raiders – Super Bowl 18 Champions
1983 Chicago Bears – Complete season
1984 San Francisco 49ers – Super Bowl 19 Champions
1984 Miami Dolphins – Dan Marino’s MVP record breaking year
1984 Chicago Bears – Complete season
1984 Los Angeles Raiders – Complete Season
1985 Chicago Bears – Super Bowl 20 Champions
1986 New York Giants – Super Bowl 21 Champions
1986 Chicago Bears – Complete season
1987 Washington Redskins – Super Bowl 22 Champions
1990 San Francisco 49ers – Complete season
1991 Philadelphia Eagles – Complete season
1991 San Francisco 49ers – Complete season
1992 San Francisco 49ers – Complete season
1993 Kansas City Chiefs – Complete season
1994 San Francisco 49ers – Super Bowl 29 Champions
1994 Kansas City Chiefs – Joe Montana’s final season
2000 New York Giants – Complete season
2005 Pittsburgh Steelers – Super Bowl 40 Champions
2005 Seattle Seahawks – Shaun Alexander’s 1,880 yards / 28 TD’s
2005 New York Giants – Tiki Barber’s 1,860 rushing yards
2007 New York Giants – Super Bowl 42 Champions
2007 New England Patriots – Tom Brady’s 50 touchdown passes
2009 New Orleans Saints – Super Bowl 44 Champions
2009 Indianapolis Colts – Complete season
2009 Minnesota Vikings – Complete season
2011 New York Giants – Super Bowl 46 Champions
2011 New Orleans Saints – Drew Brees’ 5,476 passing yards
2011 Green Bay Packers – Complete season
2013 Seattle Seahawks – Super Bowl 48 Champions
2013 Denver Broncos – Peyton Manning’s MVP record breaking year

1985 Chicago Bears (Make-Up Set) – $95.95
Barry Sanders games (separate list available)
Dan Marino 400-yard set (1984) – $164.95
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Complete Games and Custom DVD’s are listed on our web site: www.classicballgame.com



• Location: Long Island, Oakland


Posted: Sunday, April 20, 2014 6:06 AM

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Classic baseball games from 1952-Present on DVD! Most games rate 9.0 (very good) or better for quality. Quality ratings of 8.5 (good) or 8.0 (fair) as listed. Times listed are hours and minutes. All DVD's include an original custom designed thin 7mm cover, allowing you to build a beautiful library of classic original telecasts.

All games are on 1 DVD each. Games over 4 hours and 30 minutes will be packaged in a 2-disc 7mm cover. Sound is remixed if required. This may include removing tape hiss, synchronizing sound with the picture, and providing the correct multi-channel sound level.

Games are $14.95 each with shipping. 10 or more are $13.75 each with shipping. Custom DVD’s are priced as listed and are available only from Classic Ball Game. Package tracking included with shipments of 3 games or more. Package tracking optional on orders of 1 or 2 games (add $1.00). We accept U.S./Canadian money order, check, cash or PayPal. Most orders of 10 games or less are shipped within 48 hours of receiving payment.

Custom 1-disc, 2-disc or 3-disc DVD covers are available separately for any game/race/show for $4.50 each with shipping. Custom DVD covers for games or races not in this catalog are $6.00 each. Custom 3-disc covers are standard 14mm thick (add $1.00 per game). Minimum order with shipping included is 2 DVD covers.

*Shipping 1 or 2 games to Canada add $5.00 USD per game. All other countries add $7.00 USD per game.
*Orders of 3 or more games shipped outside the United States is approximately the same shipping rates as in previous years.

Visit our new web site at classicballgame.com, or you can e-mail us at classicballgame@aol.com. We have thousands of games, races and shows available.
*Our web site is optimized for mobile smartphone devices.

RETURNS: If you receive a defective DVD, you will need to send it back. You will be provided with a pre-paid envelope to return defective discs.


1952 World Series
Game #6. New York Yankees vs. Brooklyn Dodgers. Mickey Mantle’s first World Series home run. Baseball’s oldest complete game broadcast. Includes commercials. B&W. 2:59
Game #7. New York Yankees vs. Brooklyn Dodgers. Mickey Mantle’s second World Series home run. B&W. 3:15

1955 World Series
Game #5. New York Yankees vs. Brooklyn Dodgers. Duke Snider hits 2 home runs. Radio broadcast is inserted for the missing T.V. broadcast in 4th inning and last 2½ innings. B&W. Custom DVD. 2:37 -- $17.95

1956 World Series
Game #3. Brooklyn Dodgers vs. New York Yankees. Whitey Ford complete game win with 7 strikeouts. Radio broadcast is inserted for the missing T.V. broadcast of 2nd and 3rd innings. B&W. Custom DVD. 2:29 -- $17.95
Game #5. Brooklyn Dodgers vs. New York Yankees. Don Larsen pitches a perfect game. Centerfielders Duke Snider and Mickey Mantle make spectacular catches. Mickey Mantle hits his 8th World Series home run. Radio broadcast into top of the 2nd inning. Remainder of game is T.V. broadcast. B&W. Quality 8.5. Custom DVD. 2:01 -- $17.95

1957 World Series
Game #3. New York Yankees vs. Milwaukee Braves. Home runs by Mickey Mantle, Hank Aaron and Tony Kubek. B&W. 3:00
Game #6. Milwaukee Braves vs. New York Yankees. Yogi Berra goes 3-for-4 with a home run. Bob Turley complete game win with 8 strikeouts. Missing T.V. broadcast is replaced by radio broadcast for bottom of 3rd inning and bottom of 6th through end of the game. Custom DVD. 2:02 -- $17.95

1960 World Series
Game #7. New York Yankees vs. Pittsburgh Pirates. Bill Mazeroski’s series-winning home run in the bottom of the 9th inning. Mazeroski is the only player to ever hit a walk-off home run in the seventh game to win the World Series. This is also the only game in post-season history with no strikeouts recorded by either team. 2:21

1965 World Series
Game #1. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Minnesota Twins. Don Drysdale vs. Mudcat Grant. B&W. 2:46
Game #2. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Minnesota Twins. Sandy Koufax strikes out 9 in a losing effort vs. Jim Kaat. B&W. 2:40
Game #3. Minnesota Twins vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Claude Osteen’s 5-hit shutout. B&W. 2:28
Game #4. Minnesota Twins vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Don Drysdale 5-hitter with 11 strikeouts. B&W. 2:34
Game #5. Minnesota Twins vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Sandy Koufax’s 4-hit shutout with 10 strikeouts. B&W. 2:44
Game #6. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Minnesota Twins. Mudcat Grant scatters 6 hits for the win. B&W. 2:39
Game #7. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Minnesota Twins. Sandy Koufax’s 3-hit shutout with 10 strikeouts. B&W. 2:44

1967 Regular season
(9/30) Minnesota Twins vs. Boston Red Sox. Second-to-last game of the season. Boston needs to sweep the Twins to win the pennant. Baseball’s oldest complete game color broadcast. Radio broadcast inserted for missing T.V. broadcast. Custom DVD. 2:32 -- $15.95

1968 All-Star Game (7/9) Houston, Texas. MVP Willie Mays. B&W. 2:30

1968 World Series
Game #1. Detroit Tigers vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Bob Gibson 5-hit complete game win with a World Series record 17 strikeouts vs. 31-game winner Denny McLain. B&W. 3:01
Game #2. Detroit Tigers vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Mickey Lolich complete game win, getting 9 strikeouts and hits a home run. B&W. 3:06
Game #3. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Detroit Tigers. Lou Brock goes 3-for-4 with 3 stolen bases. B&W. 3:44
Game #4. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Detroit Tigers. Bob Gibson 5-hit complete game with 10 strikeouts. Lou Brock goes 3-for-5 with 4 RBI’s. B&W. 3:12
Game #5. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Detroit Tigers. Mickey Lolich complete game win with 8 strikeouts. B&W. 3:11
Game #6. Detroit Tigers vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Denny McLain complete game win. Al Kaline goes 3-for-4 with 4 RBI’s. Jim Northrup gets a grand slam. Detroit has a 10-run inning. B&W. 3:25
Game #7. Detroit Tigers vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Mickey Lolich complete game win vs. Bob Gibson. B&W. 2:40

1969 Regular season
(7/12) Philadelphia Phillies vs. Chicago Cubs. Rick Wise vs. Ferguson Jenkins. NBC Game Of The Week. B&W. 2:19

1969 World Series
Game #1. New York Mets vs. Baltimore Orioles. B&W. 2:45
Game #2. New York Mets vs. Baltimore Orioles. Jerry Koosman 2-hitter. B&W. 2:38
Game #3. Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Mets. Tommie Agee’s two sensational catches. Nolan Ryan’s only Series appearance. 3:02
Game #4. Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Mets. Ron Swoboda’s game saving catch. Earl Weaver is ejected. 2:01
Game #5. Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Mets. 2:58

1970 World Series
Game #1. Baltimore Orioles vs. Cincinnati Reds. Brooks Robinson’s spectacular defensive play. B&W. 2:29
Game #2. Baltimore Orioles vs. Cincinnati Reds. B&W. 2:31
Game #3. Cincinnati Reds vs. Baltimore Orioles. Brooks Robinson’s 3 great plays. Dave McNally’s grand slam. B&W. 2:32
Game #4. Cincinnati Reds vs. Baltimore Orioles. B&W. 2:33
Game #5. Cincinnati Reds vs. Baltimore Orioles. Brooks Robinson’s fantastic catch. 3:10

1971 All-Star Game (7/13) Detroit, Michigan. MVP Frank Robinson. Reggie Jackson’s towering home run. 17 future Hall Of Fame players. 2:27

1971 World Series
Game #1. Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Baltimore Orioles. Dave McNally 3-hit complete game win with 9 strikeouts. Roberto Clemente gets 2 of the hits. Includes pre-game, player introductions and post-game. Radio broadcast inserted for missing 4 outs in 6th and 7th innings. Custom DVD. 2:51 -- $17.95

Game #2. Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Baltimore Orioles. Jim Palmer pitches 8 innings with 10 strikeouts. Brooks Robinson’s sensational defensive play. Includes pre-game and Pittsburgh player introductions. Also includes Baltimore’s 6-run 5th inning. Radio broadcast inserted for missing 2 outs in 7th inning. Custom DVD. 2:49 -- $17.95

Game #3. Baltimore Orioles vs. Pittsburgh Pirates. Steve Blass 3-hit complete game win with 8 strikeouts. Frank Robinson gets 2 of the hits, including a home run. The first 5½ innings are the radio broadcast. Remainder of game is the T.V. broadcast. Custom DVD. 2:24 -- $17.95

Game #4. Baltimore Orioles vs. Pittsburgh Pirates. Bruce Kison comes on as a relief pitcher in the 1st inning and allows 1 hit in 7 innings. Roberto Clemente gets 3 hits. First World Series night game. This game has the least surviving T.V. broadcast footage of the 1971 World Series. Radio broadcast inserted for the missing 3 outs in the 2nd and 3rd innings, the bottom of the 3rd through the bottom of the 7th innings, and the last 5 outs. Quality 8.5. Custom DVD. 3:22 -- $17.95

Game #5. Baltimore Orioles vs. Pittsburgh Pirates. Nelson Briles 2-hit complete game win. Includes pre-game and player introductions. The first 5 innings are the T.V. broadcast. Remainder of game is the radio broadcast. Custom DVD. 2:43 -- $17.95

Game #6. Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Baltimore Orioles. Don Buford goes 3-for-4. Roberto Clemente has a home run and a triple. 10 inning game. Includes pre-game and player introductions. Radio broadcast inserted for the missing 9th inning. Custom DVD. 3:38 -- $17.95

Game #7. Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Baltimore Orioles. Steve Blass 4-hit complete game win. Includes pre-game, player introductions and post-game. This is the only complete T.V. broadcast of the 1971 World Series. 2:47

1972 Regular season
(6/10) Chicago Cubs vs. San Francisco Giants. Ferguson Jenkins vs. Steve Stone. Game Of The Week. B&W. 2:12
(7/1) Baltimore Orioles vs. Detroit Tigers. First 7 innings. Game Of The Week. B&W. 1:31
1972 All-Star Game (7/25) Atlanta, Georgia. MVP Joe Morgan. Hank Aaron hits a home run. The first 3 innings are the radio broadcast. Innings 4-10 are the T.V. broadcast. The last 4 minutes is the radio broadcast. Quality 8.5. Custom DVD. 2:18 -- $17.95

1972 A.L.C.S. Game #2. Detroit Tigers vs. Oakland Athletics. Blue Moon Odom 3-hit shutout. Bert Campaneris throws his bat at the pitcher and is ejected from the rest of the A.L.C.S. Missing 1½ innings. Custom DVD. 1:25 -- $17.95

1972 World Series
Game #4. Cincinnati Reds vs. Oakland Athletics. Oakland gets 3 pinch hits in the bottom of the 9th inning to win. 2:33
Game #5. Cincinnati Reds vs. Oakland Athletics. Pete Rose goes 3-for-5 with a home run. Radio broadcast inserted for missing 5th and 6th innings. Custom DVD. 2:40 -- $17.95

1973 N.L.C.S. Game #1. New York Mets vs. Cincinnati Reds. Tom Seaver’s 13 strikeouts. Johnny Bench’s walk-off home run. T.V. broadcast ends in the bottom of the 8th inning with 2 outs. Remainder of game is radio broadcast. Custom DVD. 2:10 -- $17.95

1973 World Series
Game #1. New York Mets vs. Oakland Athletics. Includes pre-game, player introductions and post-game. This is the only complete T.V. broadcast of the 1973 World Series. 3:06

Game #2. New York Mets vs. Oakland Athletics. Willie Mays gets the game-winning hit, the last base-hit of his career. One of the wildest games in World Series history. Includes pre-game and player introductions. Original broadcast blended with a replay and the radio broadcast for the complete 12 inning game. Custom DVD. 4:33 -- $17.95

Game #3. Oakland Athletics vs. New York Mets. Tom Seaver gets 12 strikeouts. T.V. broadcast ends in the top of the 10th inning with 1 out. Remainder of game is the radio broadcast. Custom DVD. 3:17 -- $17.95

Game #4. Oakland Athletics vs. New York Mets. Rusty Staub goes 4-for-4 with a home run and 5 RBI’s. Includes pre-game and player introductions. The T.V. broadcast ends in the 4th inning. The remainder of the game is the radio broadcast. Custom DVD. 3:00 -- $17.95

Game #5. Oakland Athletics vs. New York Mets. Jerry Koosman allows only 3 hits in 7 innings. Includes pre-game and player introductions. About one hour of T.V. broadcast from the deteriorated master tapes. Remainder of game is the radio broadcast. Video quality is 8.0-8.5 (fair-good). Custom DVD. 2:44 -- $17.95

Game #6. New York Mets vs. Oakland Athletics. Reggie Jackson goes 3-for-4 with 2 doubles. About 30 minutes of T.V. broadcast. Remainder of game is the radio broadcast. This game has the least surviving video footage of the 1973 World Series. Custom DVD. 2:03 -- $17.95

Game #7. New York Mets vs. Oakland Athletics. Bert Campaneris goes 3-for-4 with a home run. T.V. broadcast ends in the 9th inning. Last 3 outs and post-game are the T.V. broadcast audio only. Custom DVD. 2:55 -- $17.95

1974 All-Star Game (7/23) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. MVP Steve Garvey. 2:35

1974 World Series
Game #1. Oakland Athletics vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Joe Ferguson’s throw-out at the plate. 2:53
Game #2. Oakland Athletics vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Don Sutton vs. Vida Blue. Quality 8.5. 3:00 br> Game #3. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Oakland Athletics. 2:17
Game #4. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Oakland Athletics. 2:31
Game #5. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Oakland Athletics. The first 3 innings are the radio broadcast. The T.V. broadcast is innings 3-8. Remainder of the game is radio broadcast. Custom DVD. 2:49 -- $17.95

1975 All-Star Game (7/15) Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Co-MVP’s Bill Madlock and Jon Matlack. 3:11

1975 World Series
Game #1. Cincinnati Reds vs. Boston Red Sox. Luis Tiant 5-hit shut-out. Quality 8.5. 2:55
Game #2. Cincinnati Reds vs. Boston Red Sox. Quality 8.5. 3:12
Game #3. Boston Red Sox vs. Cincinnati Reds. Ed Armbrister interference play. Quality 8.5. 3:07
Game #4. Boston Red Sox vs. Cincinnati Reds. Fred Lynn’s spectacular catch. Quality 8.5. 2:42
Game #5. Boston Red Sox vs. Cincinnati Reds. 2:24
Game #6. Cincinnati Reds vs. Boston Red Sox. Dwight Evans’ great catch. Carlton Fisk’s walk-off home run. Quality 8.5. 3:54
Game #7. Cincinnati Reds vs. Boston Red Sox. Quality 8.5. 3:23

1976 Regular season
(6/28) New York Yankees vs. Detroit Tigers. Mark “The Bird” Fidrych complete game win to go 8-1. 2:01
1976 All-Star Game (7/13) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. MVP George Foster. 2:00
(8/9) Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Pittsburgh Pirates. John Candelaria no-hitter. Radio broadcast sound over television broadcast video. Quality 8.5. 1:59

1976 N.L.C.S. Game #3. Philadelphia Phillies vs. Cincinnati Reds. 2:14 (R)

1976 A.L.C.S.
Game #3. Kansas City Royals vs. New York Yankees. Radio broadcast sound over television broadcast video. 2:33
Game #5. Kansas City Royals vs. New York Yankees. Chris Chambliss’ walk-off home run. 3:44

1976 World Series
Game #1. New York Yankees vs. Cincinnati Reds. Tony Perez goes 3-for-4. The pre-game and the first 2 outs are the radio broadcast. Custom DVD. 2:02 -- $17.95
Game #2. New York Yankees vs. Cincinnati Reds. Tony Perez’s walk-off hit in the bottom of the 9th inning. 2:00
Game #3. Cincinnati Reds vs. New York Yankees. Dan Driessen goes 3-for-3. JIP with no outs and lead-off batter on first. 2:00
Game #4. Cincinnati Reds vs. New York Yankees. Thurman Munson goes 4-for-4, finishing with 9 hits for the 4-game series. 2:16

1977 Regular season
(4/7) Chicago White Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays. Toronto’s inaugural game from Exhibition Stadium. 1:43
1977 All-Star Game (7/19) Bronx, New York. MVP Don Sutton. 2:17

1977 N.L.C.S.
Game #3. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Philadelphia Phillies. The “Black Friday” game. A wild finish to a great game. (H. Kalas) 2:06
Game #4. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Philadelphia Phillies. Tommy John complete game win with 8 strikouts. Ends with 2 outs in top of 9th inning. 1:35

1977 A.L.C.S. Game #5. New York Yankees vs. Kansas City Royals. 2:12

1977 World Series
Game #1. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. New York Yankees. 2:44
Game #2. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. New York Yankees. Burt Hooton 5-hit complete game. 2:04
Game #3. New York Yankees vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. 2:07
Game #4. New York Yankees vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Lou Piniella’s great catch at the wall. 1:42
Game #5. New York Yankees vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Don Sutton complete game. 1:59
Game #6. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. New York Yankees. Reggie Jackson’s 3 home runs on 3 pitches off of 3 different pitchers. 2:01

1978 Regular season
(4/15) Philadelphia Phillies vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Game Of The Week. 1:56
(6/16) St. Louis Cardinals vs. Cincinnati Reds. Tom Seaver’s no-hitter. 1:53
(6/20) Detroit Tigers vs. Toronto Blue Jays. 13 inning game. 2:22
1978 All-Star Game (7/11) San Diego, California. MVP Steve Garvey. 2:26
(8/8) Seattle Mariners vs. Minnesota Twins. Rod Carew has 4 hits. 2:24
(9/9) New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox. Ron Guidry 2-hitter. JIP with 2 outs in top of 1st inning. 2:26
(9/30) Cleveland Indians vs. New York Yankees. Ed Figueroa complete game shut-out. Last half of game is B&W. Quality 8.5. 1:25

1978 A.L. East Championship Game (10/2) New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox. Bucky Dent’s home run. Quality 8.5. 3:01

1978 A.L.C.S.
Game #1. New York Yankess vs. Kansas City Royals. Reggie Jackson goes 3-for 3 with a home run and a double. Quality 8.5. 2:39
Game #2. New York Yankess vs. Kansas City Royals. 2:18
Game #3. Kansas City Royals vs. New York Yankees. George Brett hits 3 home runs. Thurman Munson hits the game-winning home run. A Quality 9.0 version blended with the pre-game and commercials from a Quality 8.0 version to make a complete T.V. broadcast. Custom DVD. 2:34 -- $17.95
Game #4. Kansas City Royals vs. New York Yankees. Quality 8.5. 1:57

1978 N.L.C.S. Game #4. Philadelphia Phillies vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. 2:41

1978 World Series
Game #1. New York Yankees vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. 2:32
Game #2. New York Yankees vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Rookie Bob Welch strikes out Reggie Jackson to win the game. 2:20
Game #3. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. New York Yankees. Graig Nettles’ great defensive plays. 2:23
Game #4. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. New York Yankees. Reggie Jackson hit by infield throw. 2:30
Game #5. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. New York Yankees. Thurman Munson gets 5 RBI’s. Jim Beattie complete game win. 2:39
Game #6. New York Yankees vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Catfish Hunter vs. Don Sutton. 2:39

1979 Regular season
(4/5) New York Mets vs. Chicago Cubs. Opening Day at Wrigley Field. Quality is 8.5. 2:49
(4/21) Texas Rangers vs. New York Yankees. Ferguson Jenkins complete game shutout vs. Catfish Hunter. Quality 8.5. 2:00
(5/5) New York Mets vs. San Francisco Giants. 2:28
(5/9) Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Atlanta Braves. Pre-game ceremony honoring the death of Braves’ Bill Lucas and honoring Phil Niekro’s 200th win. Four Pirates and one Brave ejected from game, including Manager Chuck Tanner and Dave Parker. Both benches clear twice and both teams play under protest. A Grand Slam for each team. 26 runs and 26 hits by both teams. Quality is 8.5. 3:27
(5/17) Philadelphia Phillies vs. Chicago Cubs. 45 total runs in 10 innings. 3:27
(6/9) New York Yankees vs. Kansas City Royals. Willie Wilson’s inside-the-park HR wins it in the bottom of the 13th inning. 4:15
(7/11) San Francisco Giants vs. Montreal Expos. John Curtis 4-hit shutout. Dan Schatzeder allows only 3 hits, but one is a HR. 2:13
(7/13) New York Yankees vs. California Angels. Nolan Ryan 1-hitter vs. Luis Tiant. Quality 8.5. 2:43
1979 All-Star Game (7/17) Seattle, Washington. MVP Dave Parker. Nolan Ryan’s only All-Star start. The 50th All-Star Game. 4:01
(8/1) New York Yankees vs. Chicago White Sox. Thurman Munson’s last game. 1:40 (R)
(8/5) St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs. Bill Buckner goes 3-for-4, including the game-winning double. Game #1 of a doubleheader. Includes ceremony honoring Jack Brickhouse’s 5,000th broadcast game. Quality 8.5. 2:24
(8/6) Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Yankees. Bobby Murcer drives in all 5 New York runs with a 3-run home run in the 7th inning and a walk-off hit in the bottom of the 9th inning. This is the game played on the same day as Thurman Munson’s funeral. Monday Night Baseball with Keith Jackson, Don Drysdale and Howard Cosell. Re-edited to correct replay broadcast with innings out of order. (R) Custom DVD. $17.95
(8/7) Kansas City Royals vs. Toronto Blue Jays. Tom Underwood 2-hit complete game. 2:02
(8/10) Los Angeles Dodgers vs. San Francisco Giants. Don Sutton pitches his 50th shutout, a complete game 5-hitter. 2:43

1979 A.L.C.S.
Game #1. California Angels vs. Baltimore Orioles. Nolan Ryan vs. Jim Palmer. John Lowenstein’s walk-off home run in the 10th inning. 3:32
Game #2. California Angels vs. Baltimore Orioles. Quality 8.5. 3:06
Game #3. Baltimore Orioles vs. California Angels. Rick Miller’s throw-out at the plate. Larry Harlow’s game-winning double. 1:31 (BGG)
Game #4. Baltimore Orioles vs. California Angels. Scott McGregor complete-game shutout, scattering 6 singles. 2:08

1979 N.L.C.S.
Game #1. Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Cincinnati Reds. Willie Stargell’s home run wins it in the 11th inning. Quality 8.5. 3:35
Game #2. Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Cincinnati Reds. Quality 8.5. 3:48
Game #3. Cincinnati Reds vs. Pittsburgh Pirates. Bert Blyleven complete game win, with 9 strikeouts. 2:02

1979 World Series
Game #1. Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Baltimore Orioles. 4:02
Game #2. Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Baltimore Orioles. 2:56
Game #3. Baltimore Orioles vs. Pittsburgh Pirates. Kiko Garcia goes 4-for-4 with 4 RBI’s. 2:27
Game #4. Baltimore Orioles vs. Pittsburgh Pirates. Bill Madlock goes 4-for-4. 3:21
Game #5. Baltimore Orioles vs. Pittsburgh Pirates. 2:29
Game #6. Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Baltimore Orioles. Quality 8.5. 2:25
Game #7. Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Baltimore Orioles. Quality 8.5. 2:37

1980 Regular season
(4/22) St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs. Barry Foote’s game-winning grand slam in the bottom of the 9th inning. Quality 8.0. 2:34
1980 All-Star Game (7/8) Los Angeles, California. MVP Ken Griffey. 2:36
(9/28) Montreal Expos vs. Philadelphia Phillies. Gary Carter goes 3-for-4 with 2 home runs and 4 RBI’s. Steve Rogers complete game 5-hit victory. Last game of a 3-game series for the N.L. East Division lead. 2:58
(10/4) Philadelphia Phillies vs. Montreal Expos. Mike Schmidt’s 11th inning home run. N.L. East Division clinching game. (H.Kalas) 3:41
(10/5) Houston Astros vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Ron Cey’s game-winning home run forces a 1-game playoff with the Astros. 3:18

1980 N.L. West Championship Game (10/6) Houston Astros vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Joe Niekro complete game win. 2:31

1980 A.L.C.S.
Game #1. New York Yankees vs. Kansas City Royals. Larry Gura complete game victory. 3:21
Game #2. New York Yankees vs. Kansas City Royals. Radio broadcast inserted for missing first 4 outs, and bottom of 8th inning through top of 9th inning. Custom DVD. 2:43 -- $17.95
Game #3. Kansas City Royals vs. New York Yankees. 2:40

1980 N.L.C.S.
Game #1. Houston Astros vs. Philadelphia Phillies. Ken Forsch vs. Steve Carlton. 2:15
Game #2. Houston Astros vs. Philadelphia Phillies. Nolan Ryan vs. Dick Ruthven. The Astros score 4 runs in the 10th inning to win. Quality 8.5. 2:53
Game #3. Philadelphia Phillies vs. Houston Astros. 3:06
Game #4. Philadelphia Phillies vs. Houston Astros. Controversial triple-play overturned by the umpires into a double play. 3:30
Game #5. Philadelphia Phillies vs. Houston Astros. Marty Bystrom vs. Nolan Ryan. 3:34

1980 World Series
Game #1. Kansas City Royals vs. Philadelphia Phillies. 2:42
Game #2. Kansas City Royals vs. Philadelphia Phillies. Steve Carlton gets the win with 10 strikeouts. 2:38
Game #3. Philadelphia Phillies vs. Kansas City Royals. 2:48
Game #4. Philadelphia Phillies vs. Kansas City Royals. 2:07
Game #5. Philadelphia Phillies vs. Kansas City Royals. 2:20
Game #6. Kansas City Royals vs. Philadelphia Phillies. 3:02

1981 Regular season
(4/23) Baltimore Orioles vs. Chicago White Sox. Chicago pounds out 26 hits. Game #1 of doubleheader. 2:31
(5/23) Chicago White Sox vs. California Angels. Tony Bernazard goes 4-for-5 with a stolen base. Chicago pounds out 15 runs on 17 hits. Includes bottom of 8th and top of 9th from previous night’s game. 3:37
(5/25) Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Chicago Cubs. Steve Henderson hits 2 home runs, including the game-tying home run in the bottom of the 9th inning. Another Wrigley Field slugfest. Quality 8.0. 3:54
1981 All-Star Game (8/9) Cleveland, Ohio. MVP Gary Carter. 2:53
(9/26) Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Houston Astros. Nolan Ryan’s 5th no-hitter. 2:43 (CSN)
(9/27) Philadelphia Phillies vs. Chicago Cubs. Mike Krokow complete game shut-out. Wrigley Field slugfest for the Cubs. Includes Jack Brickhouse plaque ceremony. Game #2 of doubleheader. 2:24
(9/30) Chicago Cubs vs. New York Mets. Lee Mazzilli gets the game-winning hit in the bottom of the 9th inning. Quality 8.0. 2:24
(10/2) Chicago Cubs vs. Philadelphia Phillies. Mike Schmidt pinch hit walk-off home run. Steve Carlton starting for the Phillies. 2:44
(10/4) Chicago Cubs vs. Philadelphia Phillies. Lee Smith starting for the Cubs. Last game of the regular season. Quality 8.5. 1:56

1981 N.L.D.S.
Game #1. Philadelphia Phillies vs. Montreal Expos. Montreal wins at Stade Olympique in their first post-season appearance. 2:44
Game #2. Philadelphia Phillies vs. Montreal Expos. Gary Carter hits a 2-run home run. 2:08
Game #5. Montreal Expos vs. Philadelphia Phillies. Steve Rodgers complete game shutout, scattering 6 hits and getting the game-winning hit. Montreal becomes the N.L. East Champions. JIP in the bottom of the 2nd inning. 1:57

1981 A.L.D.S. Game #3. Kansas City Royals vs. Oakland Athletics. Rickey Henderson goes 2-for-2 with 2 walks, 3 runs and a stolen base. Quality 8.0. 2:30

1981 A.L.D.S. Game #5. Milwaukee Brewers vs. New York Yankees. 2:54

1981 A.L.C.S.
Game #1. Oakland Athletics vs. New York Yankees. Graig Nettles drives in all 3 Yankee runs with a bases-loaded double. Larry Milbourne goes 3-for-4. Quality 8.5. 2:39
Game #2. Oakland Athletics vs. New York Yankees. Graig Nettles goes 4-for-4 with a 3-run homer. Jerry Mumphrey goes 4-for-5. New York gets 13 runs on 19 hits. 2:53
Game #3. New York Yankees vs. Oakland Athletics. Graig Nettles with another 3-RBI bases-loaded double in the 9th inning. 3:27

1981 N.L.C.S.
Game #3. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Montreal Expos. Jerry White hits a 3-run home run. (CSN)
Game #5. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Montreal Expos. Rick Monday’s game-winning home run. 2:16

1981 World Series
Game #1. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. New York Yankees. 2:51
Game #2. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. New York Yankees. 2:45
Game #3. New York Yankees vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Fernando Valenzuela complete game victory. 2:55
Game #4. New York Yankees vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Reggie Jackson goes 3-for-3 with a home run. 2:57
Game #5. New York Yankees vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Jerry Reuss 5-hit victory. Back-to-back home runs win it for the Dodgers. 2:06
Game #6. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. New York Yankees. 3:05

1982 Regular season
(4/5) Chicago Cubs vs. Cincinnati Reds. Opening Day. Mario Soto strikes out ten in a losing effort. 2:03
(4/9) Detroit Tigers vs. Kansas City Royals. Amos Otis hits a grand slam off of Jack Morris. Royals home opener. 1:59
(4/9) New York Mets vs. Chicago Cubs. Mike Scott vs. Ferguson Jenkins. Cubs home opener. Quality 8.5. 2:30
(5/6) New York Yankees vs. Seattle Mariners. Gaylord Perry’s 300th win, a complete game victory. 1:58
(5/29) Cincinnati Reds vs. Montreal Expos. Gary Carter’s game-winning home run. Tom Seaver vs. Steve Rogers. 2:45
1982 All-Star Game (7/13) Montreal, Quebec. MVP Dave Concepcion. 3:27

1982 A.L. East Championship Game (10/3) Milwaukee Brewers vs. Baltimore Orioles. Don Sutton vs. Jim Palmer. Quality 8.5. 2:37

1982 A.L.C.S.
Game #1. Milwaukee Brewers vs. California Angels. Don Baylor goes 2-for-3 with a triple and 5 RBI’s. Tommy John complete game victory. Quality 8.5. 2:40
Game #2. Milwaukee Brewers vs. California Angels. Paul Molitor’s inside-the-park home run. Bruce Kison complete game 5-hitter, with 8 strikeouts. Pete Vuckovich scatters 6 hits in the loss. 1:55
Game #3. California Angels vs. Milwaukee Brewers. Don Sutton pitches 8 innings with 9 strikeouts for the win. 2:21
Game #4. California Angels vs. Milwaukee Brewers. Don Baylor hits a grand slam. Quality 8.5. 2:52
Game #5. California Angels vs. Milwaukee Brewers. 2:30

1982 N.L.C.S.
Game #1. Atlanta Braves vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Bob Forsch pitches a 3-hit complete game and goes 2-for3 at the plate, including a sacrifice fly RBI. Quality 8.5. 2:40
Game #2. Atlanta Braves vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Ken Oberkfell’s game-winning hit in the bottom of the 9th inning. Quality 8.5. 2:26
Game #3. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Atlanta Braves. Willie McGee has a home run, a triple and 3RBI’s. Quality 8.5. 2:35

1982 World Series
Game #1. Milwaukee Brewers vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Mike Caldwell 3-hit complete game shut-out. Paul Molitor has 5 hits. 3:09
Game #2. Milwaukee Brewers vs. St. Louis Cardinals. 3:27
Game #3. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Milwaukee Brewers. 2:48
Game #4. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Milwaukee Brewers. 2:23
Game #5. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Milwaukee Brewers. 2:27
Game #6. Milwaukee Brewers vs. St. Louis Cardinals. John Stuper complete game 4-hitter. Dane Iorg goes 3-for-4 with 2 doubles and a triple. Keith Hernandez has 4 RBI’s. 2:20
Game #7. Milwaukee Brewers vs. St. Louis Cardinals. 3:18

1983 Regular season
(5/7) Philadelphia Phillies vs. Montreal Expos. Tim Raines’ game-winning hit in the bottom of the 9th inning. Bill Gullickson complete game 4-hitter. Game Of The Week. 2:45
(5/27) Texas Rangers vs. Chicago White Sox. LaMarr Hoyt complete game win. 1:40
(7/4) Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees. Dave Righetti’s no-hitter, with 9 strikeouts. 2:19
1983 All-Star Game (7/6) Chicago, Illinois. MVP Fred Lynn hits the only grand slam in the history of the All-Star Game. 50th Anniversary. 3:51
(7/24) Kansas City Royals vs. New York Yankees. The “Pine Tar Game”. George Brett hits the game-winning 2-run home run in the top of the 9th inning with 2 outs. Billy Martin protests that the bat is illegal. Brett is called out, ending the game with an apparent win for the Yankees. The Royals protest is upheld, and the game is resumed on August 18th. This is the complete game. 2:27
(7/30) New York Yankees vs. Chicago White Sox. Richard Dotson complete game win. JIP bottom of 2nd inning. 2:24
(9/23) Philadelphia Phillies vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Steve Carlton’s 300th win, with 12 strikeouts. (H. Kalas) 2:06

1983 A.L.C.S. Game #1. Chicago White Sox vs. Baltimore Orioles. LaMarr Hoyt complete game 5-hitter. 2:28

1983 N.L.C.S.
Game #1. Philadelphia Phillies vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Steve Carlton pitches a strong game for the win. 2:17
Game #4. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Philadelphia Phillies. Steve Carlton’s 2nd series win to send the Phillies to the World Series. 3:39

1983 World Series
Game #1. Philadelphia Phillies vs. Baltimore Orioles. Ends with 2 outs in 9th inning. 1:47
Game #2. Philadelphia Phillies vs. Baltimore Orioles. Mike Boddicker 3-hit complete game victory. 2:38
Game #3. Baltimore Orioles vs. Philadelphia Phillies. 2:07
Game #4. Baltimore Orioles vs. Philadelphia Phillies. 2:39
Game #5. Baltimore Orioles vs. Philadelphia Phillies. Scott McGregor 5-hit shut-out. 2:06

1984 Regular season
(4/7) Detroit Tigers vs. Chicago White Sox. Jack Morris’ no-hitter. Game Of The Week broadcast. 2:53
(5/27) Cincinnati Reds vs. Chicago Cubs. Ron Cey 3-run home run is over-ruled by the home plate umpire and called a foul ball. During the 29-minute delay, both benches and bull pens empty. Mario Soto and Jim Frey are ejected. Both teams play under protest. 3:14
(6/22) St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs. Ryne Sandberg goes 3-for-5 with 2 doubles. 2:49
(6/23) St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs. The “Ryne Sandberg Game”. Entering the game, he has 7 hits in his last 10 at-bats. Sandberg goes 5-for-6 with 7 RBI’s, including two game-tying home runs in the bottom of the 9th and bottom of the 10th innings. Another Wrigley Field slugfest with both teams scoring a total of 23 runs on 27 hits. 2:56
1984 All-Star Game (7/10) San Francisco, California. MVP Gary Carter. 3:00
(7/29) Chicago Cubs vs. New York Mets. Steve Trout complete game shutout. 2:03
(8/4) Montreal Expos vs. Chicago Cubs. Keith Moreland goes 3-for-4. Tim Raines has 3 stolen bases. 2:26
(9/17) Kansas City Royals vs. California Angels. Reggie Jackson’s 500th home run. 2:32
(9/18) Milwaukee Brewers vs. Detroit Tigers. Division clinching win for the Tigers. 2:43
(9/24) Chicago Cubs vs. Pittsburgh Pirates. Rick Sutcliffe’s Division clinching 2-hit complete game, his 16th straight win. 2:44

1984 A.L.C.S.
Game #1. Detroit Tigers vs. Kansas City Royals. Alan Trammell goes 3-for-3 with a triple and a home run. 2:48
Game #2. Detroit Tigers vs. Kansas City Royals. Johnny Grubb’s 11th inning double wins it for the Tigers. 2:28
Game #3. Kansas City vs. Detroit Tigers. A great pitching duel between Charley Leibrandt and Milt Wilcox. 2:20

1984 N.L.C.S.
Game #1. San Diego Padres vs. Chicago Cubs. 3:28
Game #2. San Diego Padres vs. Chicago Cubs. 3:04
Game #3. Chicago Cubs vs. San Diego Padres. 2:20
Game #4. Chicago Cubs vs. San Diego Padres. Steve Garvey’s walk-off home run. 2:43
Game #5. Chicago Cubs vs. San Diego Padres. 2:37

1984 World Series
Game #1. Detroit Tigers vs. San Diego Padres. Jack Morris complete game win. 3:05
Game #2. Detroit Tigers vs. San Diego Padres. 2:14
Game #3. San Diego Padres vs. Detroit Tigers. 3:04
Game #4. San Diego Padres vs. Detroit Tigers. 1:50
Game #5. San Diego Padres vs. Detroit Tigers. Kirk Gibson’s two home runs. Jack Morris complete game win. 3:23

1985 Regular season
(4/9) St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Mets. Joaquin Andujar vs. Dwight Gooden. Gary Carter hits a walk-off home run in the 10th inning in his first game as a New York Met. Opening Day game. Quality 8.5. 3:28
(7/4) New York Mets vs. Atlanta Braves. Gary Carter leads New York with 5 hits. Terry Harper leads Atlanta with 5 hits and 4 RBI’s. Rick Camp ties the game in the bottom of the 18th inning with his first major league home run. Both teams total 29 runs on 46 hits. This DVD is all 17 of the 19 innings that exist. Custom DVD. 3:52 -- $17.95
1985 All-Star Game (7/16) Minneapolis, Minnesota. MVP LaMarr Hoyt.
(8/4) Chicago White Sox vs. New York Yankees. Tom Seaver’s 300th win. 3:49
(9/11) San Diego Padres vs. Cincinnati Reds. Pete Rose breaks Ty Cobb’s All-Time Hits record. 2:41

1985 A.L.C.S.
Game #1. Kansas City Royals vs. Toronto Blue Jays. 2:50
Game #2. Kansas City Royals vs. Toronto Blue Jays. 3:42
Game #3. Toronto Blue Jays vs. Kansas City Royals. George Brett goes 4-for-4, with 2 home runs, a double, 3 RBI’s and 4 runs scored. 3:12
Game #4. Toronto Blue Jays vs. Kansas City Royals. Combined 2-hitter by Dave Stieb and Tom Henke. 3:17
Game #5. Toronto Blue Jays vs. Kansas City Royals. Danny Jackson complete game shutout. 2:33
Game #6. Kansas City Royals vs. Toronto Blue Jays. 3:27
Game #7. Kansas City Royals vs. Toronto Blue Jays. 3:17

1985 N.L.C.S.
Game #1. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. 3:06
Game #2. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Oral Hershiser complete game win. 2:42
Game #3. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. St. Louis Cardinals. 3:29
Game #4. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Tito Landrum goes 4-for-5. 3:00
Game #5. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Ozzie Smith’s walk-off home run. Radio broadcast inserted for missing batters in top of 7th inning. Custom DVD. 3:41 -- $17.95
Game #6. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Jack Clark’s game-winning home run. 3:48

1985 World Series
Game #1. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Kansas City Royals. 2:31
Game #2. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Kansas City Royals. 2:21
Game #3. Kansas City Royals vs. St. Louis Cardinals. 2:45
Game #4. Kansas City Royals vs. St. Louis Cardinals. 2:04
Game #5. Kansas City Royals vs. St. Louis Cardinals. 2:25
Game #6. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Kansas City Royals. The Royals win in the 9th inning with luck and bad umpire calls. 2:28
Game #7. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Kansas City Royals. Controversial umpire calls again, this time with player ejections. 2:57

1986 Regular season
(4/29) Seattle Mariners vs. Boston Red Sox. Roger Clemens’ record 20 strikeouts. 2:30
(6/4) Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Atlanta Braves. Barry Bonds hits his 1st home run in his 7th major league game and goes 4-for-5. 2:47
1986 All-Star Game (7/15) Houston, Texas. MVP Roger Clemens. 2:57
(9/17) Chicago Cubs vs. New York Mets. Dwight Gooden complete game win. N.L. East Division clinching game. 3:12
(9/24) San Francisco Giants vs. Houston Astros. Nolan Ryan allows just 1 hit in 8 innings with 12 strikeouts. Quality 8.5. 2:36
(9/25) San Francisco Giants vs. Houston Astros. Mike Scott’s Division clinching no-hitter. 3:13

1986 N.L.C.S.
Game #1. New York Mets vs. Houston Astros. Mike Scott 5-hit complete game shutout with 14 strikeouts. 2:47
Game #2. New York Mets vs. Houston Astros. Bob Ojeda complete game win. 2:23
Game #3. Houston Astros vs. New York Mets. Lenny Dykstra’s walk-off home run. 3:19
Game #4. Houston Astros vs. New York Mets. Mike Scott 3-hit complete game win. 3:01
Game #5. Houston Astros vs. New York Mets. Pitching duel between Nolan Ryan and Dwight Gooden. Gary Carter gets the game-winning hit in the bottom of the 12th inning. JIP with 1 out in the 1st inning. 3:02
Game #6. New York Mets vs. Houston Astros. New York scores 3 runs in the 9th inning to tie the game, then wins it in the 16th inning. 4:57

1986 World Series
Game #1. Boston Red Sox vs. New York Mets. Bruce Hurst pitches 8 innings, allowing 4 hits with 8 strikeouts for the win. Ron Darling pitches 7 innings, allowing only 3 hits with 8 strikeouts. 2:33
Game #2. Boston Red Sox vs. New York Mets. Dave Henderson goes 3-for-5 with a home run. 3:10
Game #3. New York Mets vs. Boston Red Sox. Lenny Dykstra goes 4-for-5 with a home run. 2:36
Game #4. New York Mets vs. Boston Red Sox. Gary Carter goes 3-for-4 with 2 home runs. 2:42
Game #5. New York Mets vs. Boston Red Sox. 3:21
Game #6. Boston Red Sox vs. New York Mets. Bill Buckner’s 10th inning error. 3:36

1987 Regular season
(4/17) Montreal Expos vs. Chicago Cubs. Rick Sutcliffe pitches a 4-hit complete game shut-out and gets 2 hits and 3 RBI’s. Montreal pitcher Floyd Youmans is ejected for disputing a play at home plate. Bill Murray announcing for Harry Caray. Sound switches to radio broadcast for innings 4-6 as Bill moves to the radio booth. Custom DVD. 2:47 -- $17.95
1987 All-Star Game (7/14) Oakland, California. MVP Tim Raines. A scoreless game until the 13th inning. 4:20
*Available as a 2-disc set with the 40 minute pre-game show “ESPN All-Star Salute: A Tribute To The 58th All-Star Game” for $5 additonal. This show was broadcast the night before the game and includes footage of the Home Run Derby. 5:00
(9/25) Detroit Tigers vs. Toronto Blue Jays. Toronto scores all 3 of their runs in the bottom of the 9th inning for the win. Game 2 of a 4-game series for the A.L. East Division title. Detroit enters this game 1½ games behind 1st place Toronto with 10 games to play. 2:59
(9/26) Detroit Tigers vs. Toronto Blue Jays. Juan Beniquez’s walk-off pinch-hit 3-run double. Alan Trammell goes 4-for-4. Matt Nokes hits 2 home runs with 6 RBI’s. Jesse Barfield goes 4-for-5 with a triple and 3 doubles. Game 3 of a 4-game series for the A.L. East Division title. JIP with 2 outs in top of 1st inning. 3:01
(9/27) Detroit Tigers vs. Toronto Blue Jays. Kirk Gibson hits the game-tying home run in the 9th inning and the game-winning single in the 13th inning. Game 4 of a 4-game series for the A.L. East Division title. 3:44
(10/4) Toronto Blue Jays vs. Detroit Tigers. Frank Tanana has 9 strikeouts for the complete game victory. Jimmy Key allows only 3 hits with 8 strikeouts in a complete game loss. Larry Herndon’s home run is the only score in this pitching duel for the A.L. East Division title. Final game of the season. Quality 8.5. 2:30

1987 N.L.C.S.
Game #1. San Francisco Giants vs. St. Louis Cardinals. 2:12
Game #2. San Francisco Giants vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Dave Dravecky pitches a 2-hit complete game shutout. Jeffrey Leonard goes 3-for-4 with a home run. 2:10
Game #3. St. Louis Cardinals vs. San Francisco Giants. 3:00
Game #4. St. Louis Cardinals vs. San Francisco Giants. Mike Krukow complete game win. Danny Cox also pitches a complete game. 2:16
Game #5. St. Louis Cardinals vs. San Francisco Giants. 2:24
Game #6. San Francisco Giants vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Bob Melvin goes 3-for-3. 3:00
Game #7. San Francisco Giants vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Danny Cox complete game shutout. 2:45

1987 World Series
Game #7. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Minnesota Twins. 2:35

1988 All-Star Game (7/12) Cincinnati, Ohio. MVP Terry Steinbach. 2:36

1988 N.L.C.S.
Game #2. New York Mets vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Tim Belcher strikes out 10 for the win. 2:25
Game #4. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. New York Mets. Kirk Gibson’s game-winning home run in the 12th inning. 3:30
Game #5. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. New York Mets. 3:01
Game #7. New York Mets vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Orel Hershiser 5-hit complete game shutout. 2:27

1988 World Series
Game #1. Oakland Athletics vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Kirk Gibson’s walk-off home run. 2:37
Game #2. Oakland Athletics vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Orel Hershiser 3-hit shutout with 8 strikeouts. Hershiser goes 3-for-3 at the plate, including 2 doubles. Dave Parker gets all 3 of the Oakland hits. 1:58
Game #3. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Oakland Athletics. Mark McGwire’s walk-off home run. 2:38
Game #4. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Oakland Athletics. 2:24
Game #5. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Oakland Athletics. Orel Hershiser 4-hit complete game win with 9 strikeouts. 2:11

1989 Regular season
1989 All-Star Game (7/11) Anaheim, California. MVP Bo Jackson. 3:29
(7/17) New York Yankees vs. Chicago White Sox. Carlton Fisk’s 2000th base hit. 2:13
(8/22) Oakland Athletics vs. Texas Rangers. Nolan Ryan’s 5000th strikeout. 3:09
(9/26) Chicago Cubs vs. Montreal Expos. Greg Maddux’s N.L. East Division clinching win. 3:39

1990 Regular season
(4/9) Detroit Tigers vs. Boston Red Sox. Jack Morris vs. Roger Clemens. Wade Boggs goes 3-for-4. Opening Day game. 3:41
(6/11) Texas Rangers vs. Oakland Athletics. Nolan Ryan’s 6th no-hitter. 3:01
(7/1) Detroit Tigers vs. Kansas City Royals. Bo Jackson home run. 3:04
(7/1) New York Yankees vs. Chicago White Sox. Andy Hawkins pitches a no-hitter for the Yankees and loses 4-0. 2:52
(7/17) Kansas City Royals vs. New York Yankees. Bo Jackson hits 3 home runs with 7 RBI’s, then leaves the game after being injured diving for Deion Sanders’ inside-the-park home run. Quality 8.5. 2:56
(7/31) Texas Rangers vs. Milwaukee Brewers. Nolan Ryan’s 300th win. 3:33

1990 N.L.C.S.
Game #1. Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Cincinnati Reds. 2:19
Game #2. Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Cincinnati Reds. 2:08
Game #3. Cincinnati Reds vs. Pittsburgh Pirates. 2:18
Game #4. Cincinnati Reds vs. Pittsburgh Pirates. 2:27
Game #5. Cincinnati Reds vs. Pittsburgh Pirates. 1:59
Game #6. Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Cincinnati Reds. Glenn Braggs’ sensational 9th inning catch. 2:22

1990 World Series
Game #1. Oakland Athletics vs. Cincinnati Reds. 3:10
Game #2. Oakland Athletics vs. Cincinnati Reds. 3:24
Game #3. Cincinnati Reds vs. Oakland Athletics. 2:24
Game #4. Cincinnati Reds vs. Oakland Athletics. Jose Rijo allows 2 hits and gets 9 strikeouts for the win. 3:50

1991 Regular season
(5/1) Toronto Blue Jays vs. Texas Rangers. Nolan Ryan’s 7th no-hitter. 2:02
1991 All-Star Game (7/9) Toronto, Ontario. MVP Cal Ripken, Jr. 3:46
(7/14) Chicago White Sox vs. Milwaukee Brewers. Jack McDowell 1-hitter. White Sox pound out 15 runs on 15 hits. 2:08
(7/31) Texas Rangers vs. Chicago White Sox. Robin Ventura hits 2 home runs, including a walk-off grand slam home run. 3:11

1991 World Series
Game #1. Atlanta Braves vs. Minnesota Twins. 4:18
Game #2. Atlanta Braves vs. Minnesota Twins. Scott Leius’ game-winning home run. 3:16
Game #3. Minnesota Twins vs. Atlanta Braves. Mark Lemke’s game-winning single in the bottom of the 12th inning. 3:13
Game #4. Minnesota Twins vs. Atlanta Braves. Mark Lemke’s hook slide wins it in the bottom of the 9th inning. 3:00
Game #5. Minnesota Twins vs. Atlanta Braves. 2:22
Game #6. Atlanta Braves vs. Minnesota Twins. Kirby Puckett’s sensational catch and walk-off home run. 2:57
Game #7. Atlanta Braves vs. Minnesota Twins. Jack Morris’ 10-inning complete game shutout with 8 strikeouts. 2:56

1992 N.L.C.S. Game #7. Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Atlanta Braves. Sid Bream slides home with the winning run in the bottom of the ninth. 3:55

1992 World Series
Game #1. Toronto Blue Jays vs. Atlanta Braves. Tom Glavine complete game 4-hitter. 2:33
Game #2. Toronto Blue Jays vs. Atlanta Braves. Ed Sprague’s game-winning home run. 4:02
Game #3. Atlanta Braves vs. Toronto Blue Jays. Devon White’s sensational catch. Blue Jays win it in the bottom of the 9th inning. 2:15
Game #4. Atlanta Braves vs. Toronto Blue Jays. 3:14
Game #5. Atlanta Braves vs. Toronto Blue Jays. Lonnie Smith hits a grand slam. 3:57
Game #6. Toronto Blue Jays vs. Atlanta Braves. Dave Winfield’s game-winning double in the 11th inning. 4:07

1993 Pre-season. Chicago Cubs vs. Chicago White Sox. Chicago Crosstown Classic played in Las Vegas. 3:36

1993 Regular season
(4/6) Chicago White Sox vs. Minnesota Twins. Opening day.
(4/9) New York Yankees vs. Chicago White Sox. Bo Jackson hits a HR in his first at-bat of the season. Chicago’s home opener. 3:40
(5/16) Chicago White Sox vs. Texas Rangers. Frank Thomas goes 4-for-5 in a slugfest. 2:59
(6/16) Chicago White Sox vs. Oakland Athletics. Jack McDowell’s 3-hit shut-out. 2:23
(7/19) Milwaukee Brewers vs. Texas Rangers. Nolan Ryan’s 321st win. 3:07
(8/4) Chicago White Sox vs. Texas Rangers. Nolan Ryan / Robin Ventura fight. Quality 8.5. 2:18
(9/4) Cleveland Indians vs. New York Yankees. Jim Abbott’s no-hitter. 2:04
(9/8) Boston Red Sox vs. Chicago White Sox. Jason Bere’s 13 strikeouts. 2:41
(9/17) Texas Rangers vs. California Angels. Nolan Ryan’s 2nd-to-last start. JIP bottom of 3rd inning. Pitches 7-innings, no decision. 1:47
(9/19) Chicago White Sox vs. Oakland Athletics. Robin Ventura hits the game-winning home run in the 9th inning. 2:26 (R)
(9/24) Texas Rangers vs. Chicago White Sox. Warren Newson’s game-winning pinch-hit single in the bottom of the 9th inning. 3:07
(9/26) Texas Rangers vs. Chicago White Sox. Bo Jackson gets chased into the dugout by a bee, then hits his 14th home run of the season. Game #1 of doubleheader. 3:18
(9/26) Texas Rangers vs. Chicago White Sox. Game #2 of doubleheader. 3:15
(9/27) Seattle Mariners vs. Chicago White Sox. A.L. West Division clinching game.
(9/28) Philadelphia Phillies vs. Pittsburgh Pirates. Mariano Duncan’s grand slam. N.L. East Division clinching game. (H. Kalas) 3:45
(10/3) Colorado Rockies vs. Atlanta Braves. N.L. West Division clinching game. Last day of season. 3:10

1993 A.L.C.S.
Game #1. Toronto Blue Jays vs. Chicago White Sox. Paul Molitor goes 4-for-5 with a home run. 4:03
Game #2. Toronto Blue Jays vs. Chicago White Sox. 3:18
Game #3. Chicago White Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays. 3:15
Game #4. Chicago White Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays. 3:43
Game #5. Chicago White Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays. Roberto Alomar goes 3-for-3 with 3 stolen bases. 3:15
Game #6. Toronto Blue Jays vs. Chicago White Sox. 4:00

1993 World Series
Game #1. Philadelphia Phillies vs. Toronto Blue Jays. 3:09
Game #2. Philadelphia Phillies vs. Toronto Blue Jays. 3:03
Game #3. Toronto Blue Jays vs. Philadelphia Phillies. Roberto Alomar goes 4-for-5 with a triple and 2 stolen bases. Paul Molitor goes 3-for-4 with a 3-run home run and a triple. 2:52
Game #4. Toronto Blue Jays vs. Philadelphia Phillies. 29 total runs scored. 4:20
Game #5. Toronto Blue Jays vs. Philadelphia Phillies. Curt Schilling 5-hit complete game shut out. This was only the 2nd time all season that Toronto was shut out. 2:25
Game #6. Philadelphia Phillies vs. Toronto Blue Jays. Joe Carter’s walk-off home run. 4:03

1994 Pre-season (4/7) Chicago White Sox vs. Chicago Cubs. Chicago Crosstown Classic. Michael Jordan playing for White Sox. 3:57

1994 All-Star Game (7/12) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. MVP Fred McGriff. 3:58

1995 Regular season
(9/6) California Angels vs. Baltimore Orioles. Cal Ripken breaks the All-Time Consecutive Games Played record and hits a home run. Cal receives a 22 minute standing ovation. 6:09

1995 A.L.D.S.
Game #1. Seattle Mariners vs. New York Yankees. Ken Griffey Jr. goes 3-for-5 with 2 home runs. 2:52
Game #2. Seattle Mariners vs. New York Yankees. Jim Leyritz’s walk-off home run in the 15th inning. 4:01
Game #3. New York Yankees vs. Seattle Mariners. Jack McDowell vs. Randy Johnson, who strikes out 10 batters. Bernie Williams goes 3-for-3 with 2 home runs. This is Seattle’s first post-season home game. 2:33
Game #4. New York Yankees vs. Seattle Mariners. Edgar Martinez goes 3-for-4 with 2 home runs and 7 RBI’s, including the game-winning grand slam. 3:08
Game #5. New York Yankees vs. Seattle Mariners. Edgar Martinez goes 3-for-6 with 2 doubles, including the series-winning double in the 11th inning. Randy Johnson gets the win in relief with 6 strikeouts in 3 innings. 4:32

1995 N.L.D.S. Game #1. Atlanta Braves vs. Colorado Rockies. Chipper Jones hits 2 home runs, including the game-winning home run in the top of the 9th inning. 2:46
Game #2. Atlanta Braves vs. Colorado Rockies. Atlanta scores 4 runs in the top of the 9th inning for the win. 2:32
Game #3. Colorado Rockies vs. Atlanta Braves. Luis Polonia’s game-tying pinch hit in the bottom of the 9th inning forces extra innings.
Game #4. Colorado Rockies vs. Atlanta Braves. Marquis Grissom goes 5-for-5. Greg Maddux goes 7 innings with 7 strikeouts for the win.

1995 A.L.C.S.
Game #6. Cleveland Indians vs. Seattle Mariners. Carlos Baerga goes 3-for-4 with a home run. 2:31

1995 N.L.C.S. Game #1. Atlanta Braves vs. Cincinnati Reds. Atlanta ties the game in the top of the 9th inning to force extra innings. 2:33
Game #2. Atlanta Braves vs. Cincinnati Reds. Fred McGriff hits 3 doubles. 2:51
Game #3. Cincinnati Reds vs. Atlanta Braves. Chipper Jones goes 3-for-4 with a home run. 2:04
Game #4. Cincinnati Reds vs. Atlanta Braves. Steve Avery allows only 2 hits in 6 innings with 6 strikeouts for the win. 2:34

1995 World Series
Game #1. Cleveland Indians vs. Atlanta Braves. Greg Maddux 2-hit complete game win in his first World Series appearance. 3:04
Game #2. Cleveland Indians vs. Atlanta Braves. 2:48
Game #3. Atlanta Braves vs. Cleveland Indians. Eddie Murray hits the game-winning single in the 11th inning. 3:46
Game #4. Atlanta Braves vs. Cleveland Indians. Marquis Grissom goes 3-for-4 and has 2 stolen bases.

1996 Regular season
(5/14) Seattle Mariners vs. New York Yankees. Dwight Gooden’s no-hitter. 2:12 (R)
(5/28) Baltimore Orioles vs. Seattle Mariners. Cal Ripken hits 3 home runs and has 8 RBI’s, including a grand slam. 2:39

1996 A.L.C.S. Game #1. Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Yankees. The kid that caught the ball that turned an out into a home run.

1997 A.L.C.S. Game #6. Cleveland Indians vs. Baltimore Orioles. Tony Fernandez’s game-winning home run. 3:52

1998 Regular season
(4/5) Philadelphia Phillies vs. Atlanta Braves. Curt Schilling 5-hit complete game with 15 strikeouts. Greg Maddux allows 5 hits in 8 innings for the loss. 1:45
(4/10) Oakland Athletics vs. New York Yankees. Tino Martinez goes 3-for-4 with 5 RBI’s. Joe Girardi goes 4-for-5. Both teams combine for 30 runs and 32 hits. New York’s home opener. 2:54 (R)
(4/11) Seattle Mariners vs. Boston Red Sox. Pedro Martinez 2-hit complete game shutout with 12 strikeouts. 1:38
(5/6) Houston Astros vs. Chicago Cubs. Kerry Wood’s 20-strikeout, one-hit shutout in only his 5th career start. 2:16
(5/17) Minnesota Twins vs. New York Yankees. David Well’s perfect game with 11 strikeouts. 3:27
1998 All-Star Game (7/7) Denver, Colorado. MVP Roberto Alomar. 4:26
(9/5) Cincinnati Reds vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Mark McGwire’s 60th home run.
(9/7) Chicago Cubs vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Mark McGwire’s 61st home run ties Roger Maris’ record.
(9/8) Chicago Cubs vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Mark McGwire’s 62nd home run breaks Roger Maris’ record. 3:44
(9/12) Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs. Sammy Sosa’s 60th home run. Wild come-from-behind victory.
(9/13) Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs. Sammy Sosa’s 61st & 62nd home runs. Wild come-from-behind victory. 4:17
(9/14) Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees. Orlando Hernandez 3-hit complete game shutout with 9 strikeouts. 2:46
(9/16) Chicago Cubs vs. San Diego Padres. Sammy Sosa’s 63rd home run (grand slam).
(9/23) Chicago Cubs vs. Milwaukee Brewers. Sammy Sosa’s 64th and 65th home runs. Brant Brown drops the last out to allow the three winning runs to score for Milwaukee. 3:16
(9/25) Chicago Cubs vs. Houston Astros. Sammy Sosa’s 66th home run.
(9/26) Montreal Expos vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Mark McGwire’s 67th & 68th home runs. 3:34
(9/27) Montreal Expos vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Mark McGwire’s 69th & 70th home runs. 2:01

1998 N.L. Wild Card Playoff Game (9/28) San Francisco Giants vs. Chicago Cubs. 4:06

1998 World Series
Game #3. New York Yankees vs. San Diego Padres. Scott Brosius hits two home runs with 4 RBI’s. 3:31

1999 Regular season
(7/18) Montreal Expos vs. New York Yankees. David Cone’s perfect game. Includes Don Larsen throwing out the first pitch to Yogi Berra, honoring Larsen’s perfect game in the 1956 World Series. 1:51
(7/31) New York Mets vs. Chicago Cubs. Wrigley Field slugfest. Gary Gaetti hits a grand slam. Sammy Sosa hits 2 home runs. Robin Ventura goes 4-for-5 with 2 home runs and 6 RBI’s. 4:00
(9/10) Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees. Pedro Martinez 1-hitter with 17 strikeouts, including striking out 12 of the last 15 batters. Mike Stanley goes 4-for-5. 2:40

1999 World Series
Game #1. New York Yankees vs. Atlanta Braves. 2:43
Game #2. New York Yankees vs. Atlanta Braves. Includes All-Century Team pre-game show with infamous Pete Rose interview. 3:09
Game #3. Atlanta Braves vs. New York Yankees. Chad Curtis’ walk-off home run. 2:49
Game #4. Atlanta Braves vs. New York Yankees. Roger Clemens pitching for the Yankees. 3:04

2000 Regular season
(8/26) Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Chicago Cubs. “Turn Back The Clock” broadcast. Game starts with T.V. technology of 1939, then each half-inning jumps to a later era in televised baseball broadcasting. 3:24

2001 Regular season
(8/5) Seattle Mariners vs. Cleveland Indians. Cleveland comes back from a 12-run deficit to win in extra innings. 4:24
(8/26) St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs. Sammy Sosa hits his 50th home run for the 4th consecutive season.
(10/7) Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Chicago Cubs. Sammy Sosa hits his 64th home run and 160th RBI in his final at-bat of the season. Game is dedicated to the death of Arne Harris, producer/director of Cubs baseball for 38 years. 3:10

2001 World Series
Game #1. New York Yankees vs. Arizona Diamondbacks. Curt Schilling allows 3 hits in 7 innings with 8 strikeouts. 3:38
Game #2. New York Yankees vs. Arizona Diamondbacks. Randy Johnson 3-hit complete game shutout with 11 strikeouts. 1:56
Game #3. Arizona Diamondbacks vs. New York Yankees. Roger Clemens allows 3 hits in 7 innings with 9 strikeouts for the win. 2:41
Game #4. Arizona Diamondbacks vs. New York Yankees. Derek Jeter’s walk-off home run. 2:58
Game #5. Arizona Diamondbacks vs. New York Yankees. Scott Brosius’ ties the game in bottom of the 9th with a home run. 2:52
Game #6. New York Yankees vs. Arizona Diamondbacks. Danny Bautista goes 3-for-4 with 5 RBI’s. Arizona sets a World Series record with 22 hits. 2:51
Game #7. New York Yankees vs. Arizona Diamondbacks. Roger Clemens vs. vs. Curt Schilling. 4:31

2003 Regular season
(6/7) New York Yankees vs. Chicago Cubs. Roger Clemens (299 wins) vs. Kerry Wood (49 wins). 3:43
(6/13) St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Yankees. Roger Clemens’ 300th win and 4,000th strikeout. 3:15
2003 All-Star Game (7/15) Chicago, Illinois. MVP Garret Anderson. 3:35
(9/3) St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs. Moises Alou goes 5-for-5, including the game winning hit. Cubs rally from 6-0 deficit and move within ½ game of 1st place Cardinals. Mike Ditka sings the 7th inning stretch. 4:09
(9/23) Chicago Cubs vs. Cincinnati Reds. Kerry Wood masterpiece. Cubs move into 1st place with 5 games left.
(9/24) Chicago Cubs vs. Cincinnati Reds. Sammy Sosa ties for 10th place on All-Time home run list.
(9/25) Chicago Cubs vs. Cincinnati Reds. Sammy Sosa’s 63rd multi-home run game and 100th RBI for 9th straight year.
(9/27) Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Chicago Cubs. Mark Prior win with 10 strikeouts. Game #1 of doubleheader. 3:36
(9/27) Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Chicago Cubs. Game #2 of doubleheader. Cubs clinch N.L. Central title.

2003 N.L. Divisional Series
Game #1. Chicago Cubs vs. Atlanta Braves. Kerry Wood allows 2 hits with 11 strikeouts in 8 innings. 4:13
Game #2. Chicago Cubs vs. Atlanta Braves. Mark DeRosa’s game winning double in the 8th inning. 3:47
Game #3. Atlanta Braves vs. Chicago Cubs. Mark Prior complete game 2-hitter. 3:39
Game #4. Atlanta Braves vs. Chicago Cubs. Chipper Jones’ 2 home runs. 4:17
Game #5. Chicago Cubs vs. Atlanta Braves. Great Kerry Wood game. 3:52

2003 N.L.C.S.
Game #1. Florida Marlins vs. Chicago Cubs. Sammy Sosa game-tying home run. 4:10
Game #2. Florida Marlins vs. Chicago Cubs. Sammy Sosa 495-foot home run. 3:57
Game #3. Chicago Cubs vs. Florida Marlins. Dan Glanville’s game-winning triple in the 11th inning. 5:08
Game #4. Chicago Cubs vs. Florida Marlins. Aramis Ramirez hits 2 home runs, including a grand slam. 3:37
Game #5. Chicago Cubs vs. Florida Marlins. Josh Beckett 2-hit complete game shut-out. 3:09
Game #6. Florida Marlins vs. Chicago Cubs. Fan interference and the Cubs blow it! 3:38
Game #7. Florida Marlins vs. Chicago Cubs. 3:27

2003 A.L.C.S.
Game #3. New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox. Roger Clemens pitching for the Yankees. Bench clearing brawl. 2:46
Game #7. Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees. Aaron Boone walk-off home run. 4:38

2003 World Series
Game #1. Florida Marlins vs. New York Yankees. 4:30
Game #2. Florida Marlins vs. New York Yankees. Andy Pettitte gets 7 strikeouts and the win. Hideki Matsui’s 3-run home run. 3:35
Game #3. New York Yankees vs. Florida Marlins. Bernie Williams hits his 19th post-season home run, setting a new record. 4:04
Game #4. New York Yankees vs. Florida Marlins. Alex Gonzalez’s walk-off home run. 4:39
Game #5. New York Yankees vs. Florida Marlins. 2:37
Game #6. Florida Marlins vs. New York Yankees. Josh Beckett complete game shut-out. 3:41

2004 Regular season
(5/18) Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Atlanta Braves. Randy Johnson’s perfect game and 2nd no-hitter, with 13 strikeouts. 1:57
(6/4) Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Chicago Cubs. Mark Prior gets 8 strikeouts in 6 innings. Great defensive plays by both teams. 2:50
(8/7) Chicago Cubs vs. San Francisco Giants. Greg Maddux’s 300th win. 2:35
(9/11) Florida Marlins vs. Chicago Cubs. Derrek Lee’s game-winning 3-run double. Cubs win to lead Wild Card race. 3:30

2004 A.L.D.S.
Game #1. Boston Red Sox vs. Anaheim Angels. Troy Glaus goes 3-for-3 with a home run and 2 doubles. 2:32
Game #2. Boston Red Sox vs. Anaheim Angels. 3:14
Game #3. Anaheim Angels vs. Boston Red Sox. Vladimir Guerrero hits a grand slam. David Ortiz’s walk-off home run in the 10th inning. 3:26

2004 A.L.C.S.
Game #1. Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees. 2:41
Game #2. Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees. 2:31
Game #3. New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox. Hideki Matsui goes 5-for-6 with 2 home runs, 5 RBI’s and 5 runs scored. New York scores a Yankee postseason record 19 runs. 3:33
Game #4. New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox. David Ortiz’s walk-off home run. 5:49
Game #5. New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox. David Ortiz singles home the winning run in the 14th inning. 4:51
Game #6. Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees. Two controversial plays. Boston goes from 0-3 in the series to tie 3-3. 4:06
Game #7. Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees. Johnny Damon hits 2 home runs, including a grand slam. Boston wins the pennant with their 4th straight win. 4:12

2004 N.L.C.S. Game #1. Houston Astros vs. St. Louis Cardinals. A slugfest as both teams combine for 17 runs and 22 hits. 3:29
Game #2. Houston Astros vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Albert Pujols goes 3-for-4. Scott Rolen hits 2 home runs. 3:52
Game #3. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Houston Astros. Roger Clemens pitches 7 innings, allowing 4 hits and striking out 7 batters. 3:33
Game #4. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Houston Astros. Albert Pujols goes 3-for-4 with 3 RBI’s. Carlos Beltran ties Barry Bonds’ single post-season record with his 8th home run. 3:19
Game #5. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Houston Astros. Brandon Backe allows only 1 hit in 8 innings. Woody Williams allows only 1 hit in 7 innings. Jeff Kent hits a walk-off home run in the 9th inning. 2:46
Game #6. Houston Astros vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Jim Edmonds hits a walk-off home run in the 12th inning.

2004 World Series
Game #1. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Boston Red Sox. Mark Bellhorn’s game-winning home run in the bottom of the 8th inning. Larry Walker goes 4-for-5 with a home run and 2 doubles. 3:17
Game #2. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Boston Red Sox. Curt Schilling gets the win with blood seeping through his sock. 2:47
Game #3. Boston Red Sox vs. St. Louis Cardinals. 2:22
Game #4. Boston Red Sox vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Boston sweeps the series for their 8th straight post-season win. 4:06

2005 Regular season
(7/24) Chicago Cubs vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Henry Blanco goes 4-for-5. Neifi Perez’s game-winning 10th inning grand slam. 3:52

2005 World Series
Game #1. Houston Astros vs. Chicago White Sox.
Game #2. Houston Astros vs. Chicago White Sox. Scott Podsednik walk-off home run.
Game #3. Chicago White Sox vs. Houston Astros. Longest game in World Series history.
Game #4. Chicago White Sox vs. Houston Astros.

2006 A.L.D.S.
Game #1. Detroit Tigers vs. New York Yankees. Derek Jeter goes 5-for-5 with a home run and 2 doubles. 2:35
Game #2. Detroit Tigers vs. New York Yankees. Marcus Thames goes 3-for-4. Hideki Matsui goes 3-for-4.
Game #3. New York Yankees vs. Detroit Tigers. Kenny Rogers allows 5 hits in 8 innings and strikes out 8 batters for the win. 2:34
Game #4. New York Yankees vs. Detroit Tigers. Jeremy Bonderman allows just 5 hits into the 9th inning for the win. 2:25

2006 A.L.C.S.
Game #1. Detroit Tigers vs. Oakland Athletics. Brandon Inge goes 3-for-3 with a home run and a double. 2:47
Game #2. Detroit Tigers vs. Oakland Athletics. Milton Bradley goes 4-for-5 with 2 home runs. 2:24
Game #3. Oakland Athletics vs. Detroit Tigers. Kenny Rogers pitches into the 8th inning allowing only 2 hits for the shutout victory. 2:16
Game #4. Oakland Athletics vs. Detroit Tigers. Magglio Ordonez’s walk-off home run wins the pennant for the Tigers. 2:28

2006 N.L.C.S.
Game #1. St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Mets. 2:15
Game #2. St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Mets. St. Louis scores 3 runs in the top of the 9th inning for the win. 3:08
Game #3. New York Mets vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Jeff Suppan allows only 3 hits in 8 innings for the win. 2:14
Game #4. New York Mets vs. St. Louis Cardinals. Carlos Beltran goes 3-for-3 with 2 home runs. Carlos Delgado has 5 RBI’s. 2:50
Game #6. St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Mets. Jose Reyes goes 3-for-4 with a home run and 2 stolen bases. 2:17

2007 Regular season
(6/20) Chicago Cubs vs. Texas Rangers. Sammy Sosa’s 600th home run. 3:36
2007 All-Star Game (7/10) San Francisco, California. MVP Ichiro Suzuki’s inside-the-park home run. 4:00

2007 A.L.D.S.
Game #1. Los Angeles Angels vs. Boston Red Sox. Josh Beckett complete game 4-hitter. 2:02
Game #2. Los Angeles Angels vs. Boston Red Sox. Manny Ramirez hits a walk-off home run in the 9th inning. 3:31
Game #3. Boston Red Sox vs. Los Angeles Angels. 2:49

2007 A.L.C.S.
Game #1. Cleveland Indians vs. Boston Red Sox. 2:57
Game #2. Cleveland Indians vs. Boston Red Sox. Cleveland scores 7 runs in the 11th inning for the win. 4:20
Game #3. Boston Red Sox vs. Cleveland Indians. 2:49
Game #4. Boston Red Sox vs. Cleveland Indians. Kenny Lofton breaks Rickey Henderson’s record with his 34th post-season stolen base. 2:51

2008 Regular season
2008 All-Star Game (7/15) Bronx, New York. MVP J.D. Drew. The longest game in All-Star history. 49 Hall of Fame players and coaches are introduced during pre-game ceremonies. 5:43
(7/25) Chicago White Sox vs. Detroit Tigers. Jermaine Dye’s game-winning home run in the top of the 9th inning. 2:59
(9/14) Chicago Cubs vs. Houston Astros. Carlos Zambrano’s no-hitter. 2:47

2008 A.L. Central Championship Game (9/30) Minnesota Twins vs. Chicago White Sox. Ken Griffey Jr. throw-out at the plate.

2009 Regular season
(5/7) Detroit Tigers vs. Chicago White Sox. Mark Buehrle allows just 1 hit through 8 innings. 2:45
(5/27) Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Chicago Cubs. Carlos Zambrano ejected for a call of safe at home plate. 3:06
(6/5) Chicago Cubs vs. Cincinnati Reds. Carlos Zambrano gets his 100th win and hits the game winning home run. 3:28
(7/23) Tampa Bay Rays vs. Chicago White Sox. Mark Buehrle’s perfect game. Dewayne Wise’s sensational 9th inning catch. 2:13
(10/4) Chicago White Sox vs. Detroit Tigers. Ryan Rayburn goes 3-for-4 with 2 home runs. Magglio Ordonez goes 4-for-4 with a home run and a double. Detroit wins the last game of the regular season to force a 1-game playoff with the Minnesota Twins. 2:04

2009 A.L. Central Championship Game (10/6) Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins. 5:00

2009 A.L.C.S. Game #6. Los Angeles Angels vs. New York Yankees. The Yankees win their 40th American League Pennant. 4:14

2009 World Series
Game #1. Philadelphia Phillies vs. New York Yankees. Cliff Lee’s complete game win with 10 strikeouts. 3:52
Game #2. Philadelphia Phillies vs. New York Yankees. A.J. Burnett strikes out 9 in 7 innings for the win. 4:05
Game #3. New York Yankees vs. Philadelphia Phillies. Instant replay gives Alex Rodriguez his first World Series hit. 4:47
Game #4. New York Yankees vs. Philadelphia Phillies. Johnny Damon leads the Yankees to victory. 4:00
Game #5. New York Yankees vs. Philadelphia Phillies. Chase Utley ties a World Series record with his 4th and 5th home runs. 4:08
Game #6. Philadelphia Phillies vs. New York Yankees. The Yankees win their 27th World Series. 5:01

2010 Regular season
(6/2) Cleveland Indians vs. Detroit Tigers. Armondo Galarraga pitches a 1-hitter. Austin Jackson’s spectacular catch in the 9th inning saves the perfect game. A bad umpire call turns the last out into Cleveland’s only hit. 2:02 (R)

2010 N.L. Division Series Game #1. Cincinnati Reds vs. Philadelphia Phillies. Roy Halladay pitches a no-hitter, just the second no-hit game in postseason history. 2:53

2010 World Series
Game #1. Texas Rangers vs. San Francisco Giants. Freddy Sanchez goes 4-for-5 with 3 doubles. 4:16
Game #2. Texas Rangers vs. San Francisco Giants. 3:57
Game #3. San Francisco Giants vs. Texas Rangers. Mitch Moreland’s 3-run home run. 3:35
Game #4. San Francisco Giants vs. Texas Rangers. Madison Bumgarner allows only 3 hits in 8 innings. 3:43
Game #5. San Francisco Giants vs. Texas Rangers. Tim Lincecum allows only 3 hits with 10 strikeouts in 8 innings. MVP Edgar Renteria’s 3-run home run. 3:41

2011 A.L.D.S. Game #4. Texas Rangers vs. Tampa Bay Rays. Adrian Beltre hits 3 home runs. 3:17

2011 A.L.D.S. Game #5. Detroit Tigers vs. New York Yankees. 3:06

2011 World Series
Game #1. Texas Rangers vs. St. Louis Cardinals. 5:12
Game #2. Texas Rangers vs. St. Louis Cardinals. 5:29
Game #3. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Texas Rangers. Albert Pujols becomes the 3rd player ever to hit 3 home runs in a World Series game. Pujols is 5-for-6 with 3 home runs, 6 RBI’s and 4 runs scored. Yadier Molina is 2-for-3 with 4 RBI’s. Adrian Beltre goes 4-for-5. 6:15
Game #4. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Texas Rangers. Derek Holland pitches a 2-hitter into the 9th inning. Lance Berkman gets both hits. 5:17
Game #5. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Texas Rangers. Mike Napoli hits the game-winning double. 5:15
Game #6. Texas Rangers vs. St. Louis Cardinals. David Freese hits a game-tying triple in the bottom of the 9th inning, then hits a walk-off home run in the 11th inning. Lance Berkman is 3-for-5 with 3 RBI’s and 4 runs scored, including the game-tying RBI in the bottom of the 10th inning. 6:12
*Available as a 2-disc set with 2 hour pre-game show for $5 additional. 7:48
Game #7. Texas Rangers vs. St. Louis Cardinals. 4:39

2012 Regular season
(4/21) Chicago White Sox vs. Seattle Mariners. Philip Humber’s perfect game with 9 strikeouts. This is the 21st perfect game ever. 1:53
(5/2) Philadelphia Phillies vs. Atlanta Braves. Chipper Jones hits a walk-off home run in the 11th inning. 3:29
(6/20) Atlanta Braves vs. New York Yankees. A record 9 home runs combined in one game at the new Yankee Stadium. 4:07
(9/2) Philadelphia Phillies vs. Atlanta Braves. Chipper Jones hits a walk-off home run in the 9th inning. 2:55
(10/3) Texas Rangers vs. Oakland Athletics. A.L. West Division clinching game. 5:15

2012 A.L.D.S.
Game #1. Oakland Athletics vs. Detroit Tigers. Justin Verlander allows only 3 hits in 7 innings with 11 strikeouts for the win. 2:24
Game #2. Oakland Athletics vs. Detroit Tigers. Don Kelly’s walk-off sacrifice fly in the 9th inning. 2:55
Game #3. Detroit Tigers vs. Oakland Athletics. Coco Crisp’s fantastic catch robbing Detroit of a home run. 3:00
Game #4. Detroit Tigers vs. Oakland Athletics. Oakland scores 3 runs in the bottom of the 9th inning. Coco Crisp’s game-winning single. 3:52
Game #5. Detroit Tigers vs. Oakland Athletics. Justin Verlander pitches a complete game 4-hit shutout with 11 strikeouts. 2:32

2012 A.L.D.S. Game #5. Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Yankees. CC Sabathia pitches a complete game 4-hitter with 9 strikeouts. 3:20

2012 A.L.C.S.
Game #1. Detroit Tigers vs. New York Yankees. Raul Ibanez hits the game-tying home run in the bottom of the 9th inning as New York scores 4 runs to force extra innings. Derek Jeter breaks his ankle in the 12th inning. 5:55
Game #2. Detroit Tigers vs. New York Yankees. Anibal Sanchez allows only 3 hits in 7 innings. Hiroki Kuroda gets 11 strikeouts in 8 innings, including striking out 7 of the first 9 batters. New York Manager Joe Girardi is ejected. 3:29
Game #3. New York Yankees vs. Detroit Tigers. Justin Verlander allows only 3 hits in 9 innings. 3:44
Game #4. New York Yankees vs. Detroit Tigers. Jhonny Peralta hits 2 home runs. Max Scherzer allows the only two Yankee hits of the game, pitching 6 innings with 10 strikeouts. 3:44

2012 World Series
Game #1. Detroit Tigers vs. San Francisco Giants. Pablo Sandoval hits 3 home runs, the 4th player ever in World Series history. 3:26

2013 Regular season
(4/13) Atlanta Braves vs. Washington Nationals. 2:02
(4/20) Kansas City Royals vs. Boston Red Sox. Lorenzo Cain goes 4-for-4. Daniel Nava hits the game-winning 3-run home run in the bottom of the 8th inning. This game was postponed one day due to the Boston Marathon bombing. Includes “B Strong” pre-game ceremony and post-game coverage. 4:16
(4/23) Atlanta Braves vs. Colorado Rockies. Game #2 of doubleheader. 2:21
2013 All-Star Game (7/16) Queens, New York. MVP Mariano Rivera. 4:05
*Available as a 2-disc set with the 60-minute “All-Star Red Carpet Show” and 90-minute pre-game show for $5 additonal. 6:33
(9/22) San Francisco Giants vs. New York Yankees. Robinson Cano goes 3-for-4. Andy Pettitte allows only 2 hits in 7 innings with 6 strikeouts. Mariano Rivera Day. 2:20
(9/26) Tampa Bay Rays vs. New York Yankees. Alex Cobb allows only 3 hits in 7 innings. Mariano Rivera’s last home game. 2:41
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61* (2001) Movie about Roger Maris and his 1961 season.
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1954 Yankees Game Of The Week / 1962 All-Star Game – 1954 Game Of The Week program of Washington Senators vs. New York Yankees (9/22/54). 1962 All-Star Game from Washington, D.C. Player introductions, President John F. Kennedy throws out the first pitch, and first ½ inning of play. :55 total.
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2013 Home Run Derby---Queens, New York. Complete broadcast with Bryce Harper vs. Yoenis Cespedes in the Final Round. 3:07
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All-Star Game Highlights
---1965 All-Star Game – Bloomington, Minnesota. MVP Juan Marichal. :16 (MLBN)
---1967 All-Star Game – Anaheim, California. MVP Tony Perez. :26 (MLBN)
---1970 All-Star Game – Cincinnati, Ohio. MVP Carl Yastrzemski. :23 (MLBN)
---1972 All-Star Game – Atlanta, Goergia. MVP Joe Morgan. :25 (MLBN)
---1973 All-Star Game – Kansas City, Missouri. MVP Bobby Bonds. :23 (MLBN)
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Babe Ruth (1998) The definitive documentary. 1:00
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Baseball and Channel 9: A 30-Year Romance (1978) Baseball highlights taken from the televised archives of Channel 9 in Chicago from 1948-1978. Quality 8.5. 1:07
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Baseball Highlights Of The Past – “Big Leaguers” (1939 Cubs spring training), “Big League Baseball” (1940’s), “World Series 1947” (highlights), Highlights of early 1950’s, All-Star highlights of the 1950’s, “The All-Star Game of 1956” (highlights), Highlights of early 1960’s. 2:13
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Bo Jackson---SportsCentury (2000) Documentary on Bo Jackson. Also includes Schaap: One On One (1999) Interview with Bo Jackson. 1:07 total.
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Brooklyn Dodgers: The Ghosts of Flatbush (2007) HBO documentary about the last 10 years of the Brooklyn Dodgers (1947-1957) and their fans. 2:03
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Carl Yastrzemski: Sports Century Biography (2000) The career of the 18-time All-Star Hall of Famer of the Boston Red Sox (1961-1983). :43
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Carlton Fisk: Sports Century Biography (2000) The career of the 11-time All-Star. Includes his 1975 World Series Game 6 walk-off home run. :53
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Curious Case Of Curt Flood (2011) HBO documentary about how Curt Flood changed the game by challenging baseball’s reserve clause in court. 1:30
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Detroit Tigers
---9/17/68 New York Yankees vs. Detroit Tigers. Post-game celebration and interviews of the Tigers pennant-clinching victory. :24
---A City On Fire: The Story of the ’68 Detroit Tigers (2002) The impact of the Tigers’ World Championship on the city of Detroit. :57
---The Year Of The Tiger ’68 (1969) World Champion Detroit Tigers’ season highlights. Narrated by Ernie Harwell. :34
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Disco Demolition Night (7/12/79) A crate filled with disco records is blown up in center field at Comisky Park after the first game of a doubleheader between the Chicago White Sox and the Detroit Tigers. Fans storm the field and destroy it, causing the White Sox to forfeit the second game. Includes local Chicago news and Steve Dahl on Tomorrow with Tom Snyder. Very rare. :56 -- $40
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Forever Fenway: 75 Years of Red Sox Baseball (1998) Some of the greatest moments in Red Sox history. :59
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Home Run Derby (1960)

Disc 1 – Al Kaline vs. Hank Aaron, Willie Mays vs. Mickey Mantle, Harmon Killebrew vs. Willie Mays, Gil Hodges vs. Willie Mays. 1:36
Disc 2 – Ernie Banks vs. Mickey Mantle, Ernie Banks vs. Gil Hodges, Harmon Killebrew vs. Mickey Mantle, Duke Snyder vs. Hank Aaron. 1:36
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Late Night with David Letterman
2/3/82 – Terry Gilliam, Hank Aaron, Irving Caesar
5/5/83 – George Burns, Johnny Bench, crushing things with a steamroller, viewer mail
11/6/85 – Robert Klein, Buddy Biancalana, turtle lady
11/26/85 – Tokyo – Kenny Rogers, Randy Bass
6/13/91 – Siskel & Ebert, Dana Delany, Roger Clemens
4/22/92 – George Carlin, Al Green (partial). Cuts to 1/6/93 – Arc Angels (partial), Reggie Jackson.
7/23/92 – Damon Wayons, Nick Cave, John Kruk

Late Show with David Letterman
10/19/93 – David Steinberg, Emilou Harris, Bo Jackson
10/26/93 – Phil Donahue, Art Garfunkel, Len Dykstra, Paul Molitor
4/4/94 – Bob Uecker, Cheap Trick, Michael McKean
10/19/98 – Mark McGwire, Roberto Benigni, Bruce Hornsby
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M&M Boys:The Way It Was (1978) Home run race of 1961 hosted by Curt Gowdy with interviews of Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris. Also includes Roger Maris: Reluctant Hero (1998) Retrospective on Maris’ 61 home runs in 1961. 1:09
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Mantle (2006) The definitive documentary about Mickey Mantle. 1:00
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Mark McGwire / Sammy Sosa: Biography This Week. The home run race of 1998. (9/26/98). Also Ron Santo Day at Wrigley Field - live (9/28/03). 1:12
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One In A Million: The Ron LeFlore Story (1978) Made-for-T.V. movie about Detroit Tigers outfielder Ron LeFlore. 2:00
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Rebels Of Oakland: The A’s, The Raiders, The 70’s (2003) Includes commentary by Reggie Jackson, John Madden, Tom Hanks and more. :54
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Reverse Of The Curse Of The Bambino (2004) Highlights and interviews that focus on the Boston Red Sox and their 1918 and 2004 World Series wins. :57
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Ted Williams (2009) The definitive documentary. 1:15
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The Big Red Machine: Outside The Lines (1996) Documentary about the Cincinnati Reds of the 1970’s. :45
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The Trouble With Baseball (1993) Documentary about the struggle between owners and players over money, focusing on Carlton Fisk and White Sox co-owner Jerry Reinsdorf. :55
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Veeck: A Man For Any Season (1985) A tribute to one of baseball’s greatest showmen, Bill Veeck Jr. (1914-1986), best known for his headline-grabbing promotional stunts. :28
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What’s My Line?
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---5/31/73 – Vida Blue
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When It Was A Game (1991) Composed entirely of 8 and 16mm home movie footage taken by fans and the players between 1934 and 1957. 1:00

When It Was A Game 2 (1992) Composed entirely of 8 and 16mm footage filmed by players, their families and fans from 1925 to 1961. 1:00

When It Was A Game 3 (2000) This retrospective look at the changing face of baseball in America takes on the 1960's, a time many believe was the last decade of baseball's innocence. 1:00
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Willie Mays: Greatest Sports Legends (1985) Live interviews and original game film highlights. :30
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---1975 World Series. Cincinnati Reds vs. Boston Red Sox. The Way It Was. Interviews with the players. MVP Pete Rose. :43
---1977 World Series. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. New York Yankees. MVP Reggie Jackson. :30
---1978 World Series. New York Yankees vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. MVP Bucky Dent. :31
---1982 World Series. Milwaukee Brewers vs. St. Louis Cardinals. MVP Darrell Porter.

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