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|Boston Red Sox
Fall Classic at Fenway Park
Fall Classic at Fenway Park includes the Red Sox two historic World Series championships of 2004 and 2007. If the 2004 World Series was lightning in a bottle that obliterated the burden of three generations of Boston faithful, then in 2007 lightning struck twice.
The 2004 World Series film captures the historic, dramatic, life-changing championship built by a colorful and resilient roster under Manager Terry Francona that featured Kevin Millar, Johnny Damon, Curt Schilling, Derek Lowe, Jason Veritek and David Ortiz. The 2007 film celebrates the magical blend of mighty veterans Big Papi and Kevin Youkilis, rising stars Jacoby Ellsbury and Dustin Pedroia, and powerful pitchers Josh Beckett, Jonathan Papelbon and Daisuke Matsuzaka.
Color. 2 hours, 43 mins.
|#2425 $ |19.95
Sale Price: $9.95
|#2426 $24.95 Blu-ray
Highlights of the 1975, 1976 and 1990 World Series. The 1975 Fall Classic between the Reds and the Boston Red Sox is treasured as one of the most exciting and dramatic ever, featuring five one-run games and five come-from-behind victories. After losing Game 6 on Carlton's Fisk 16th-inning homer, the Reds came back the next day to win the Series.
In 1976, led by Johnny Bench, the Reds swept the New York Yankees to become the first National League team to win back-to-back Series in over 50 years. In 1990, the Reds again swept their opponent, the Oakland Athletics, behind the pitching of Jose Rijo and the hitting of Barry Larkin.
Color. 2 hours, 14 mins.
|#1629 $19.95 |
|Toronto Blue Jays
The official World Series highlight films from 1992 and 1993. In 1992, the Blue Jays beat the Atlanta Braves in six games to become the first team outside of the United States to win a World Series title. The following year, Toronto won a 15-14 thriller over the Philadelphia Phillies in Game 4 and Joe Carter sealed the title with a walk-off homer in the ninth inning of Game 6.
Color. 122 min.
|#1615 $19.95 |
Future Hall of Famers, record-setters and Motor City heroes fill the World Series rosters of the three Tiger championship teams—1945, 1968, and 1984—celebrated on this DVD.
1945: The end of World War II led to the return of many Americans to their pre-war livelihoods—including Detroit hurler Virgil Trucks. Aided by Trucks, along with American League MVP Hal Newhouser and Hank Greenberg, the Tigers beat the Chicago Cubs in seven games.
1968: The Tigers' 1968 season was dominated by pitching, and the World Series showcased three of the best. 30-game winner Denny McLain faced the Cardinals' Bob Gibson in Game 1; Gibson struck out a record 17 Tigers. After that, the Tigers' Mickey Lolich took control with three complete-game wins and Detroit won in seven games.
1984: Manager Sparky Anderson led the Tigers to a record-breaking start to the 1984 season culminating in 104 regular-season wins, a sweep of the ALCS and a World Series win over the San Diego Padres. Jack Morris, Alan Trammell and Kirk Gibson set the pace for Detroit.
Color and B&W. 117 mins.
|#1614 $19.95 |
|New York Mets
Highlights of the 1969 and 1986 World Series. In 1969, led by the pitching of Tom Seaver and Jerry Koosman, the hitting of Donn Clendenon and the fielding of Tommie Agee and Ron Swoboda, the Mets defeated the heavily-favored Baltimore Orioles in five games. Playing the Boston Red Sox in 1986, the Mets staged an incredible Game 6 comeback when Mookie Wilson’s grounder rolled through Bill Buckner’s legs, allowing Ray Knight to score the winning run. In Game 7, the Mets again staged a comeback to capture their second crown.
Color. 75 mins.
|#1545 $19.95 |
The Orioles three World Championships --1966, 1970, and 1983 -- all on one DVD. The arrival of Frank Robinson in 1966 catapulted the Orioles to their first Fall Classic. Baltimore's pitchers dominated, holding the Los Angeles Dodgers to just two runs in the entire four-game World Series.
Four years later, in 1970, the Birds' power hitting and fielding were on display. The rally-killing defense of Brooks Robinson and the club's 10 home runs helped Baltimore beat the Cincinnati Reds in five games.
In 1983, the Orioles staff, led by Jim Palmer, stifled the Philadelphia Phillies as Baltimore again won in five games.
Color. 2 hours, 58 mins.
|#1447 $19.95 |
|Los Angeles Dodgers
Official World Series films of the Dodgers world championships of 1959, 1963, 1965, 1981, and 1988. In 1959, the Dodgers beat the Chicago White Sox in six games. In 1963, Sandy Koufax set a World Series strikeout record in Game 1 as the Dodgers swept the Yankees. In 1965, Koufax threw two shutouts as the Dodgers beat the Minnesota Twins in seven games. In 1981, Tommy Lasorda's Dodgers beat the New York Yankees in six games and in 1988, Kirk Gibson's Game 1 heroics propelled Los Angeles to victory over the Oakland A's.
DVD 2-pack. Color. 4 hours, 55 min.
|#1450 $24.95 |
Highlights of the Twins' 1987 and 1991 world championships. The 1987 World Series was the first to be played indoors and the raucous Twins fans did everything they could to blow the roof off the Metrodome. This Fall Classic will be remembered for Kent Hrbek's Game 6 grand slam, while Twins fans will never forget the thunderous, homer-hanky waving crowds that propelled the Twins to a seven-game win over the St. Louis Cardinals.
1991 was even more remarkable. Considered to be one of the greatest World Series ever played, the Twins battled the Braves through seven extraordinary games. Kirby Puckett's stellar Game 6 included his game-winning 12th inning homer. The Twins captured their second championship with a 1-0, 10-inning victory from Jack Morris.
Color. 2 hours, 18 min.
The official World Series films of the A's world championships of 1972, 1973, 1974, and 1989. Catfish Hunter's pitching led the way in 1972 as Oakland beat the Cincinnati Reds in seven games. In 1973, Reggie Jackson led the A's to a comeback win over the New York Mets, again in seven games. In 1974, the hitting of Joe Rudi and Bert Campaneris helped the A's beat the Los Angeles Dodgers for their third title in a row. In 1989, the A's swept the San Francisco Giants in a historic World Series, with Game 3 delayed 10 days by an earthquake.
Color. 2 hours, 55 min.
|#1451 $19.95 |
New York Yankees Fall Classic Collector's Edition 1996-2001
Relive the most amazing Yankees moments with these five World Series complete games: 1996 Game 4 vs. Atlanta; 1998 Game 3 vs. San Diego; 1999 Game 3 vs. Atlanta; 2000 Game 5 vs. New York Mets; and 2001 Game 4 vs. Arizona. Also includes two bonus discs featuring the official 1996, 1998, 1999 and 2000 official MLB World Series highlight films.
Approx. 14 hours plus five hours of extras on seven discs.
|#1283 $79.95 |
St. Louis Cardinals Championship Collection
Seven official World Series highlight films spanning eight decades, from 1944 to 2011. From Stan Musial to Bob Gibson to Albert Pujols, the biggest Cardinals legends are all here. This two-disc set runs 5 hours and 36 minutes and includes the following World Series:
- 1944 Cardinals def. St. Louis Browns 4-2
- 1946 Cardinals def. Boston Red Sox 4-3
- 1964 Cardinals def. New York Yankees 4-3
- 1967 Cardinals def. Boston Red Sox 4-3
- 1982 Cardinals def. Milwaukee Brewers 4-3
- 2006 Cardinals def. Detroit Tigers 4-1
- 2011 Cardinals def. Texas Rangers 4-3
Cardinals in '43, '44, and '46 Series
Three highlight films of the Cardinals World Series appearances in the 1940s. The Yankees avenged their prior year's loss to the Cards by taking the 1943 Series 4 games to 1. In 1944, the Cards beat the Browns 4 games to 2 in the first all-St. Louis World Series. In 1946, Enos Slaughter's dash around the bases helped the Cards beat the Red Sox in seven games.
|#633 $ |24.95
Sale Price: $11.95
Cardinals in '64, '67, and '68 Series
Three highlight films of the Cards' World Series appearances in the 1960s. Ken Boyer and Tim McCarver led St. Louis over the Yankees in a 7-game 1964 Series. Bob Gibson and Lou Brock starred as the Cards defeated Boston in seven games in 1967. In 1968, St. Louis fell to the Tigers and Mickey Lolich in a thrilling 7-game Series.
|#634 $24.95 |
Cardinals in '82, '85, and '87 Series
Three highlight films of the Cards' World Series appearances in the 1980s.
St. Louis edged the Brewers in seven games in 1982 behind the seventh-game heroics of Keith Hernandez and George Hendricks.
In 1985, a controversial call helped the Royals win Game 6 and they went on the beat the Cards in seven games.
In 1987, the Twins nipped the Cards in seven games in the first Series where some games were played indoors.
|#635 $24.95 |
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