America and the world are seeing more changes then at any time in history. And so is baseball.

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America and the world are seeing more changes then at any time in history. And so is baseball.

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28 September 1994 (USA)  »

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In a closeup of Dennis Eckersley facing Kirk Gibson in the 1988 World Series, the footage is reversed in order to make it appear Eckersley is facing the right of the screen, juxtaposed with Gibson facing to the left. The letters in the nameplate on the back of Eckersley's uniform are backwards. See more »

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Bill Lee: They interviewed Sparky Anderson before Game 7, and he said, "No matter what the outcome of this game, my starting pitcher's going to the Hall of Fame." And I said, "No matter what the outcome of this, I'm going to the Eliot Lounge."
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Take Me Out to the Ballgame
Written by Jack Norworth and Albert von Tilzer
Published by Broadway Music Corp.
Performed by King Curtis
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Fifteen Years in a Couple Hours
26 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Here we have Roberto Clemente, the Baltimore Orioles, the death of Jackie Robinson (with a lot to be done concerning minorities), the efforts to do away with the reserve clause, the Yankees (of course), the Red Sox curse continues (with poor Bill Buckner focused on again, though the game had been tied through a series of other events besides him), Carl Yastrzemski and on and on. The Al Campanis stupidity on Nightline with Ted Koppel. Pete Rose breaks all the records, was truly one of the best that ever played and still he couldn't stay away from the betting game. The start of people doping up. So much more to say but no matter what I say can't do it justice.


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