Baseball

  • 1994
  • TV Show
  • TV-PG

This stirring history of the sport first aired, conveniently, during a baseball strike, and it was the perfect antidote to the first World Series-less year since 1904. The miniseries, like many from Ken Burns, made deft use of still photos, interviews and archival footage to give the past a wonderfully nostalgic air of years truly gone by, and it effect (more…)

The Franchise: Season with Miami Marlins
03:05 — Preview the new season THE FRANCHISE: A SEASON WITH THE MIAMI MARLINS. This year, the spotlight is on Marlins players Gaby Sanchez, Jose Reyes, Mark (more…)
Heath Bell and Daughter Inspire Father
00:56 — Miami Marlins pitcher Heath Bell relives his father's painful decision to surrender to cancer. Find out how Bell, with the help of his daughter, insp (more…)
Ramirez and Reyes
01:45 — It's fun and games off the field for these two stars, as Hanley Ramirez and Jose Reyes break down their new friendship with this clip from THE FRANCHI (more…)
Hanley Ramirez - Final Hour with Marlins
01:07 — Go behind the scenes with the cameras of MLB Productions as news of the Hanley Ramirez trade hits the Miami Marlins clubhouse.
Yankees star on becoming Mr. October
Reggie Jackson talks about his legacy and shares highlights from his long career.
Tony Gwynn, one of baseball’s greats, dies at 54
Tony Gwynn is being remembered today as one of the greatest hitters baseball has ever seen. And while the man known as Mr. Padre spent his entire ca (more…)
Is This the End of the A-Rod Era?
Alex Rodriguez's baseball suspension could mean the end of the 38-year-old's career. Bob Costas reports.
Alex Rodriguez expected to be suspended by MLB today
Though the Yankee star is scheduled to make his season debut in Chicago tonight, Major League Baseball is expected to announce this afternoon that it (more…)
Bob Costas: ‘If A-Rod is smart,’ he’ll be ‘conciliatory’
NBC Sports Bob Costas discusses the Alex Rodriguez controversy and the possibility that he will be suspended by Major League Baseball today.
A ‘win-lose situation’ for the Yankees
On Friday New York Yankees home-run hitter Alex Rodriguez shed his pinstripes for Trenton Thunder blue as his negotiations with the MLB continue. NBC (more…)
Rodriguez reportedly will receive lengthy suspension
Alex Rodriguez may be on the verge of a legendary exit from baseball. NBC s Ron Mott reports.
Girardi: 'Business as usual' for players
New York Yankees coach Joe Girardi tells reporters he doesn't believe in shortcuts, but that the appeal process for Alex Rodriguez needs to play out b (more…)
Jackie Robinson statue defaced with swastika
New York police are scouring surveillance videos in hopes of finding the vandal who defaced a statue of the baseball legend in Brooklyn with racial sl (more…)
Mike Lupica: A-Rod statement ‘disingenuous at best’
Author and New York Daily News columnist Mike Lupica comments on the suspension of Yankees player Alex Rodriguez, noting A-Rod had a perfect chance (more…)
Baseball legends discuss current state of the game
NBC s Chuck Todd shares details from his interview with former Negro League and Major League baseball players on the current suspensions of key player (more…)
McCutchen one of five All-Star Pirates
Pittsburgh's Andrew McCutchen believes his team showed their nay-sayers wrong by recruiting multiple players to the All-Star game.
MLB's Opening Day
The 2013 MLB season kicks off tonight with the Houston Astros taking on the Texas Rangers, NBC's Peter Alexander reports.
Celebrating lives: Marvin Miller, baseball union leader, dies at 95
One of the most influential figures in American sports, Marvin Miller helped change the game of baseball by increasing players salaries and improving (more…)
Own Words: Moyer: ‘Age is just a number’
In an exclusive interview with NBC News, Colorado Rockies pitcher Jamie Moyer talks about making history on the mound, becoming the oldest pitcher to (more…)

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  • Rating: TV-PG
  • Premise: This stirring history of the sport first aired, conveniently, during a baseball strike, and it was the perfect antidote to the first World Series-less year since 1904. The miniseries, like many from Ken Burns, made deft use of still photos, interviews and… (more)

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