Baseball: Season 1, Episode 11

The Tenth Inning: Bottom of the Tenth (29 Sep. 2010)

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As the new millenium dawns, Baseball is more popular and profitable than ever, but suspicions and revelations about performance enhancing drugs keep surfacing, calling the integrity of the game itself into question.

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As the new millenium dawns, Baseball is more popular and profitable than ever, but suspicions and revelations about performance enhancing drugs keep surfacing, calling the integrity of the game itself into question.

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I Hope Ken Burns has Another Couple Hours In Him
26 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is devoted to a couple of important events of the final period that Ken Burns had in his bag. These are the events following 9/11 and the use of performance enhancing drugs. It focuses on all those guys whose accomplishments now have an understood asterisk. Since this time, the 73 home runs of Barry Bonds, the production of McGwire, Sosa, and the rest, juicing up. It focuses on the rise of Latino players and Asian players, like Ichiro Suzuki. We have the cool accomplishments of the Red Sox, the great Series between Arizona and the Yankees. There is a wonderful tribute to Joe Torre who managed to win despite having George Steinbrenner constantly screwing everything up. There is the decision by Bud Selig to continue playing baseball, despite what the country was going through. It turned out, in this case, that it really was a great decision because it allowed a calm representation of something that was important in the hearts of Americans to give a sense of comfort. Great series. A little too much East Coast, but that's understandable.


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