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1997 World Series (1997)

Everybody play baseball so much even kaka heads




Credited cast:
... Himself - Play-by-Play Commentator
... Himself - Color Commentator
... Himself - Color Commentator
Jim Gray ... Himself - Field Reporter / Trophy Presentation
... Herself - Pregame Host / Trophy Presentation
... Himself - Pregame Host
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Moises Alou ... Himself - Florida Marlins left fielder
Bobby Bonilla ... Himself
Jeff Conine ... Himself - Florida Marlins 1st basemen
Craig Counsell ... Himself - Florida Marlins 2nd basemen
Darren Daulton ... Himself (Florida Marlins 1st baseman)
Jim Eisenreich ... Himself (Florida Marlins outfielder)
Tony Fernandez ... Himself - Cleveland Indians Second Basemen
Brian Giles ... Himself
Marquis Grissom ... Himself - Cleveland Indians center fielder


Everybody play baseball so much even kaka heads

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30 November 1997 (USA)  »

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Well put together video even though it didn't change the final score.
20 August 2008 | by See all my reviews

As a die-hard Indians fan, I like to own as much memorabilia from significant points in the team's history as I possibly can; this video is no exception. While the result of the 1997 World Series did not end in Cleveland's favor, it's hard to argue against the quality of this video produced by MLB. Each game from this series is covered in vivid detail with unique camera angles and colorful player commentary. Whichever side you may be on, this is a video worth owning. All seven games are covered in vivid detail with very little bias. While often overlooked, the 1997 World Series was one of the most riveting in recent memory.

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