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A look at a season in the history of Major League Baseball.

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aired 3 days ago
George Brett, Mike Schmidt, J.R. Richard, Steve Stone and Steve Howe lead their teams through tight divisional races.
aired 18 days ago
A look at a season in the history of Major League Baseball.
aired 19 days ago
Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale lead the Dodgers to the World Series to face Tony Oliva and the Minnesota Twins.
airs in 6 days
The biggest comeback in postseason history; Ichiro's quest to break the single-season hit record; Carlos Beltran's record power blast; an 86-year-old "curse" is broken.
airs in 4 days
The relationship between outraged fans and baseball attempts to heal itself after the cancellation of the 1994 season.
aired 41 days ago
Baseball begins a rebirth after a strike-shortened season the previous year; a dramatic pennant race between the Orioles and Brewers and the debut of Cal Ripken Jr.
aired 44 days ago
The Boston Red Sox took on Cincinnati's "Big Red Machine" in arguably one of the greatest World Series ever; Carlton Fisk's dramatic home run in Game 6.
aired 45 days ago
The 1981 season was interrupted by the players' strike, but it began with Fernando-mania and ended with a Dodgers championship.
aired 45 days ago
Familiar foes New York, Boston and Kansas City battle it out in the American League; the Dodgers defend their NL pennant against Pete Rose and the Reds.
aired 46 days ago
The impact of free agency is felt as Reggie Jackson joins the Bronx Zoo. In the NL, Tommy Lasorda's Dodgers surpass the Reds and Phillies for the pennant.
aired 47 days ago
The Tigers had a dream season, leading from start to finish while capturing the World Championship for the first time since 1968.
aired 48 days ago
After a season of record-breaking chases and historic milestones, AL MVP Cal Ripken, Jr. and his Orioles emerge as World Champions against the "Wheeze Kids" from Philadelphia.
aired 48 days ago
A season of stunning surprises; The Twins and Cardinals battle in an epic World Series.
aired 49 days ago
The "We Are Family" Pittsburgh Pirates, featuring Willie Stargell; 1970s stalwarts Baltimore Orioles and Cincinnati Reds return to the postseason.
aired 58 days ago
Two of the most unforgettable endings in postseason history: Yankees vs. Red Sox and the Aaron Boone game; Marlins vs. Cubs had fans talking about Beckett and Bartman.
aired 155 days ago
Dwight Gooden's historic Cy Young campaign; Tom Seaver, Phil Niekro, Rod Carew and Pete Rose all reach milestones; the Blue Jays made their first-ever playoff appearance; umpire Don Denkinger's controversial call in the World Series.
aired 155 days ago
Greg Maddux, Barry Bonds, Will Clark, Bo Jackson, Barry Larkin, Jamie Moyer and Fred McGriff started their careers; Red Sox and Mets wage historic World Series battle.
aired 162 days ago
Orel Hershiser's dominant run; the first 40-40 season in history; an iconic World Series home run that could only happen in Hollywood.
aired 169 days ago
A season made memorable by the debut of Ken Griffey Jr.; historic All-Star performance by Bo Jackson; the World Series is interrupted by a devastating earthquake.
aired 169 days ago
Nine no-hitters were thrown; a National League team led wire-to-wire; a NL batting champion who was crowned while playing in the AL; the Athletics continued their dominance.
aired 183 days ago
Hank Aaron breaks Babe Ruth's all-time home run record; the A's dynasty continues as they roll through the AL en route to a World Series match-up with the Dodgers.

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