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    MLB.com classics channel on YouTube.

    This was posted on RAB earlier today. I, too, had no idea this thing even existed. Most of them seem to work...except game 7 of the '03 ALCS. Of course.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/MLBClassics?feature=watch

    e: fixed the link as it redirected it to something else.

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    More like the "Japanese only MLB.com channel".

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    thanks for sharing

    I've used Itunes to get copies of some classic games in the past, but I dont think their selection is very good...
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    Good find. Thanks.


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    Gold!! thanks!
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    Re: MLB.com classics channel on YouTube.

    Siiiiick! Thanks a lot. Falling asleep to some classics should make for great dreams.

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    Re: MLB.com classics channel on YouTube.

    Quote Originally Posted by metalboy15 View Post
    More like the "Japanese only MLB.com channel".
    Game 7 of the 2003 ALCS used to be included - the entire game. I saved it on my PC. Wonder what happened - of all the games. Crap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 35Knucklecurve View Post
    Game 7 of the 2003 ALCS used to be included - the entire game. I saved it on my PC. Wonder what happened - of all the games. Crap.
    It's working for me. Just click on the video and wait a minute--it will start up eventually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Coffee View Post
    It's working for me. Just click on the video and wait a minute--it will start up eventually.
    Oh, good. I'll have to try it at home.
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    Re: MLB.com classics channel on YouTube.

    The 1978 playoff game is the 11alive broadcast, which I had never seen before. Some very good games.

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    Thanks. I'm watching game 7 of the 1952 World Series. Pretty cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fredgmuggs View Post
    Thanks. I'm watching game 7 of the 1952 World Series. Pretty cool.
    I don't think Mel Allen has said this is the greatest game and greatest World Series ever played often enough during this game. I would go crazy if I had to listen to him for a 162 games a years.
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    Re: MLB.com classics channel on YouTube.

    Watching this game brought back fond memories for me. There were eight future Hall of Famers in this game, not counting one of the coaches and the two announcers. The mannerisms of the players, how they stood in the batters box and threw the ball all came back to me from watching them play so many times on TV. I totally enjoyed this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sixty one View Post
    Watching this game brought back fond memories for me. There were eight future Hall of Famers in this game, not counting one of the coaches and the two announcers. The mannerisms of the players, how they stood in the batters box and threw the ball all came back to me from watching them play so many times on TV. I totally enjoyed this!
    What struck me was how the batters set up in the batters box. They all were even with the plate. Now most batters set up behind the plate or at the very rear edge of the batter's box. Even Yogi when he was catching was closer to the plate than most catchers are now.
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    this is fantastic! thanks! I watched the 8th inning of the 2003 ALCS....twice
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    Seeing the old Stadium rock for those 1996-2003 games like it never will again makes me happy and sad at the same time. Happy for having been there to experience those historical moments, sad that they will never exist that way again in the new place. I almost teared up a little watching some moments from games I was fortunate enough to be there and experience in person. As nice as the new place is, it's sad to know those classic times are gone.
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    I watched the 1952 WS. That Mantle shot was a beast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snapple View Post
    I watched the 1952 WS. That Mantle shot was a beast.
    Made it into the seats in no time. Dude was a monster.


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    Re: MLB.com classics channel on YouTube.

    The FOX theme back then was awesome.

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    This 1996 opening gives me chills.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKxi6-jxbTo


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    Quote Originally Posted by teknetic View Post
    The FOX theme back then was awesome.
    Wasn't that the "Welcome to Jurassic Park," theme song?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ArodEra View Post
    Made it into the seats in no time. Dude was a monster.
    I can see why Mantle was my father's favorite player. I think not being able to see Mantle play is the only reason why I'm disappointed I was born in 1990
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    Re: MLB.com classics channel on YouTube.

    Quote Originally Posted by snapple View Post
    I can see why Mantle was my father's favorite player. I think not being able to see Mantle play is the only reason why I'm disappointed I was born in 1990
    He was truly amazing. If he'd just taken care of himself.........
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    Quote Originally Posted by snapple View Post
    I can see why Mantle was my father's favorite player. I think not being able to see Mantle play is the only reason why I'm disappointed I was born in 1990
    Yeah, but think about the poor guy born in 1890 and never getting a chance to see Teixeira play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YankeeFan1421 View Post
    Yeah, but think about the poor guy born in 1890 and never getting a chance to see Teixeira play.
    May he rest in peace.
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