The World Series: History of the Fall Classic Deluxe DVD Set

Narrated by Bob Costas and crafted by the filmmakers of Major League Baseball Productions, this film is the definitive documentary on the World Series. Combining archival footage, game action, and more than 100 interviews with players, managers, writers, broadcasters, and historians, the result is this exciting, comprehensive chronicle. From A&E Entertainment. More
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