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This extraordinary collection of Cubs baseball games showcases four game telecasts that feature legendary lineups spanning five decades. The first game salutes a star-studded lineup featuring four Hall of Famers, the second game is a shocking defeat of the St. Louis Cardinals, the third a one-game NL Wild Card tiebreaker capped a remarkable summer at Wrigley, and the closing game features a Kerry Wood clinching victory to propel the Lou Piniella-led Cubs to another celebration.
FROM BANKS, SANTO AND JENKINS TO TRACHSEL, SANDBERG AND WOOD, CUBS FANS CAN CELEBRATE THEIR NORTHSIDER HEROES ACROSS FOUR EXHILIRATING GAMES IN THIS MUST-HAVE COLLECTOR'S SET
The Essential Games of the Chicago Cubs
The Chicago Cubs have not won a World Series since 1908 or the National League pennant since 1945. Yet, since their founding as the "White Stockings" in 1876, the team can claim some of the most devoted fans in all of sports. The dynamic between Wrigley Field, the home team Chicago Cubs, and their devoted fans exceeds any normal measurements, and it's a connection of team, place, and supporters that has stirred emotions across more than five generations. The Essential Games of the Chicago Cubs, a collectible 4-disc set, features four historic and unforgettable Cubs games, re-mastered and uncut for optimal viewing. The set, which will be available for $39.95srp in stores, including the team store, and at Rangers.com, also features radio play-by-play allowing fans the ability to listen to the original radio calls.
This extraordinary collection of Cubs baseball games showcases four game telecasts that feature legendary lineups spanning five decades. The first game salutes a star-studded lineup featuring four Hall of Famers, and managed by one too (Ernie Banks, Ron Santo, Billy Williams, Ferguson Jenkins, Leo Durocher). The second game is stunning display of immense talent, as Ryne Sanberg led a shocking defeat of the St. Louis Cardinals. Jumping ahead to 1998 the one-game NL Wild Card tiebreaker capped a remarkable summer at Wrigley as Steve Trachsel and the Cubs stifled the San Francisco Giants. The closing game features a Kerry Wood clinching victory to propel the Lou Piniella-led Cubs to another celebration.
100% classic Cubs. 100% Wrigley Field baseball.
Run Time: 10 hrs, 12 mins.
Format: DVD/4 Discs
Street: August 14
A&E Home Entertainment, part of the Consumer Products Division of A&E Television Networks (AETN) is a video distributor of non-theatrical programming, featuring collectible VHS and DVD editions of the high quality programming from A&E Network and History, as well as acquired classic programming. A&E Home Entertainment brings the best of critically acclaimed entertainment presented in award-winning packaging to the special interest category. For more information about ordering these and other titles from the A&E Home Entertainment Collection, call (212) 206-8600 (TRADE ONLY). Consumers please call 1-800-423-1212 (A&E). In addition to placing orders by phone, A&E Home Video products may be purchased over the World Wide Web at ShopAETV.com.
Major League Baseball Productions is the Emmy(R) award-winning television and video production division of Major League Baseball. With unparalleled access to the game and its players, Major League Baseball Productions produces original programming for growing audiences worldwide through its network specials, exclusive home videos, commercials and other specialty programming.
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