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VIDEO: A Man for No Seasons

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A Man for No Seasons
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Length: 22:29
Aired: 11/27/1994

Al and his friends decide to remedy the professional baseball strike themselves. watch

VIDEO: A Man for No Seasons

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A Man for No Seasons
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Length: 23:00
Aired: 11/27/1994

Al and his friends decide to remedy the professional baseball strike themselves. watch

VIDEO: Married with Children: A Man for No Seasons

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Married with Children: A Man for No Seasons
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Length: 22:31
Aired: 11/27/1994

Al and his friends decide to remedy the professional baseball strike themselves. watch

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We Toss a Few with ESPN's Joe Morgan

Many people dream of being one of the best in their profession, but a rare few ever reach that peak. Then there's Joe Morgan, a guy for whom the mountaintop is very familiar territory. An integral cog in Cincinnati's "Big Red Machine" throughout the '70s, Morgan won back-to-back MVP awards and was elected to baseball's Hall of Fame in 1990 — his first year of eligibility. After retirement, the legendary second baseman moved to the broadcast booth, where he's garnered two Emmys for his work as an analyst. This year he's nominated for another. With summer quickly approaching and the baseball season heating up, TVGuide.com threw some questions at the Texas native. TVGuide.com: Do you still feel that sense of excitement at the beginning of each baseball season?Joe Morgan: Yeah, I think the only time I really miss playing  read more

We Toss a Few with ESPN's Joe Morgan

Many people dream of being one of the best in their profession, but a rare few ever reach that peak. Then there's Joe Morgan, a guy for whom the mountaintop is very familiar territory. An integral cog in Cincinnati's "Big Red Machine" throughout the '70s, Morgan won back-to-back MVP awards and was elected to baseball's Hall of Fame in 1990 — his first year of eligibility. After retirement, the legendary second baseman moved to the broadcast booth, where he's garnered two Emmys for his work as an analyst. This year he's nominated for another. With summer quickly approaching and the baseball season heating up, TVGuide.com threw some questions at the Texas native. TVGuide.com: Do you still feel that sense of excitement at the beginning of each baseball season?Joe Morgan: Yeah, I think the only time I really miss playing  read more

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