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Ken Burns' Baseball

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Baseball, A Film By Ken Burns
Baseball, A Film By Ken Burns
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0:55 Baseball, A Film By Ken Burns

Awards

  • 1995 - Emmy - Outstanding Individual Achievement - Informational Programming - nominated
  • 1995 - Emmy - Outstanding Informational Series - winner

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