TYA has a few copies of BASEBALL’S GREATEST GAMES: DEREK JETER’S 3,000TH HIT DVD and YANKEE STADIUM: BASEBALL’S CATHEDRAL DVD to give away absolutely free, thanks to the terrific folks at A+E Home Entertainment/MLB Productions.
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Here are the details of the DVDs:
BASEBALL’S GREATEST GAMES: DEREK JETER’S 3,000TH HIT DVD
Derek Jeter is only the 28th player in history to enter the 3,000-hit club, and only the 15th player to have at least 3,000 hits with ONE team. Jeter has the most career hits ever by a Yankee player. Jeter (37 years and 13 days) became the fourth youngest player ever to reach the milestone. Jeter joins Wade Boggs as the 2nd player ever to hit a Home Run for his 3000th hit. This DVD includes the full television broadcast of the historic Saturday afternoon Jeter made his 3000th hit in front of a packed Yankee Stadium Bonus material segments include: The post-game press conference highlights of Derek’s most memorable career moments, radio play-by-play and more.
YANKEE STADIUM: BASEBALL’S CATHEDRAL DVD
Fans and ballplayers have congregated for more than 80 years to witness history–they cheer their hearts out, realize their dreams and heal their souls in this ultimate baseball cathedral. Yankee Stadium™ has meant so much to so many. Babe Ruth christened The House That Ruth Built™ with the first home run on opening day in 1923. Yankee Stadium has since seen it all. From World Series® championships to pitching perfection; from tear-wrenching good-byes to chances for redemption– Yankee Stadium has witnessed the wonder that baseball has to offer, treating its fans to a seemingly endless list of memorable moments. YANKEE STADIUM: BASEBALL’S CATHEDRAL, produced by Emmy® Award-winning Major League Baseball Productions, tells all of these stories in a comprehensive and compelling fashion, giving fans one more chance to worship at the cathedral of baseball.
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