Baseball (1994) Rated TV-PG

Ken Burns’ documentary on the history of Baseball through the years. Starring John Chancellor, Daniel Okrent, and Ossie Davis.

Ken Burns really researches his topics for documentaries. This series is no exception. We begin with the legend that started it all years ago, and we follow as it becomes the nation’s past time. We watch the leagues change through the years and the strategy that the players work at. I’m not a big baseball fan, but I have seen a game or two and remember them fondly. Baseball is a game for the family and one everyone can enjoy. Even though I’m not a big baseball fan, I do enjoy hearing the history of the sport and how it came together. This series is worth a watch. 

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