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 Posted: Sun Mar 15th, 2020 07:03 pm
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This is pretty cool and a nice gesture from MLB. Of course you can get into arguments about the content but why bother. I think it's geared a bit too much into the 21st Century but that's a minor flaw. However, the best they could come up with for the Yankees was Jeter's final game? Anyway.

https://www.mlb.com/news/classic-mlb-games-to-watch-online

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For the Pirates, I would go with game 7 of the 1960 WS. Still can't believe the Pirates won.



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The dodgers could play for 100 more years and nothing would ever top Gibson’s homer. The clutchest of clutch moments



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WongLee wrote: However, the best they could come up with for the Yankees was Jeter's final game?

A pretty ridiculous choice for the Yankees since it's one of the only meaningless games the franchise has ever played.  Clearly they think all things Jeter will pull a bigger rating than grainy old '50s footage, or even a WS game from the '70s or '90s.  



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My favorite Jays game was the one I attended in HS where they played Baltimore and hit 10hr's, still a record to this day

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For the Giants I would choose Matt Cain's perfect game.



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Game 7 of the 1991 World Series is a great pick by MLB. The other games worthy of consideration are Game 6 of the 1991 World Series and the one game playoff to decide the AL Central against the Tigers in 2009, known to Twins fans simply as Game 163.

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Benlen wrote: For the Giants I would choose Matt Cain's perfect game.I would probably go with game 5 of the 2010 World Series, but the Cain game was awesome too. The entire crowd, including Cain's wife, were absolutely lit that night!



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The Rangers' game is actually the Toronto broadcast; they didn't televise all their home games back then.



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MLB has pushed back opening day to mid-May "at the earliest."


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