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    When it was a Game (3-pak, Blue-Ray)

    The greatest legends of baseball history are vividly brought to life through never-before-seen home movie footage and memorable storytelling from fans and players alike. See Hall of Famers including Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Ty Cobb, Joe DiMaggio, Willie Mays, Hank Aaron, and Sandy Koufax. Relive precious lost moments from teams like the "Gas House Gang" Cardinals, the New York Giants, and Brooklyn Dodgers. Experience epic ballparks like Ebbets Field, Briggs Stadium, and Crosley Field. Marvel at the remarkable, changing face of baseball through the years - spearheaded by Jackie Robinson in 1947. Also featuring insightful narration, interviews, and remembrances from celebrities, stars, writers, and sportscasters, When It Was A Game: The Complete Collection captures the full magic of America's National Pastime as you've always imagined - the way it really was.

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    Baseball's Golden Age

    A 3-DVD collection of home movie footage, most of it in color, filmed by ballplayers, their families and fans during baseball's "Golden Age", the 1930s through the 1960s. Go behind the scenes to explore the many facets of baseball life and lore that have contributed to the game's rich heritage. From Fox Sports Net. 264 mins.Includes all 13 episodes.

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    Mickey Mantle, The Definitive Story of Mickey Mantle

    The almost mythic career of Yankee slugger Mickey Mantle is the subject of this acclaimed HBO Sports documentary special. Over 18 seasons with the Bronx Bombers, despite constant nagging injuries, Mantle managed to hit 536 home runs, twice hitting more than 50 in a season. He finished ten seasons with a batting average of .300 or more and suited up for seven World Series. To this day, ?The Mick? remains the greatest switch-hitter in baseball history; however, behind his country charm and good looks there was his wayward lifestyle that harmed his marriage, his relationship with his four sons and ultimately his health.

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    The UCLA Dynasty

    While the Vietnam War, the Civil Rights movement and political scandal were consuming the nation, a basketball legacy grew in southern California. Led by coach John Wooden, the UCLA Bruins amassed an unprecedented ten NCAA titles in the 12 season from 1964-1975, setting a standard of excellence and consistency in a volatile country. Capturing the spirit of the era through the comments of former team members, student, commentators, and coach Wooden himself, along with archival footage, THE UCLA SYNASTY sheds light on the advent of the college basketball craze. The UCLS juggernaut triggered unprecedented national interest in the sport and the NCAA tournament grew at a pace never before seen.

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    Michigan vs Ohio State- The Rivalry

    The incredible story of what is widely considered college football's biggest rivalry.

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    Babe Ruth

    Considered by many to be the greatest baseball player who ever lived, he was a legend in his own time, and for all time. This is the extraordinary life of the man who changed the face of baseball.

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