Ken Burns

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    "Built in a marshy area called The Fens, the park's most prominent feature includes a badly sloping left field called Duffy’s Cliff, because left fielder Duffy Lewis learned to play it so well."
    Ken BurnsKen Burns · September 21, 2010
    Baseball
    · Boston, United States
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    "Ichiro learned to hit from the left side of the plate, so he could begin each at-bat two steps closer to first base. "The Tenth Inning" premieres Tuesday, Sept. 28 on PBS."
    Ken BurnsKen Burns · September 16, 2010
    Baseball
    · Seattle, United States
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    "The thin air at Coors Field increases runs and homeruns by 50 percent. Tune in to the upcoming Ken Burns documentary, "The Tenth Inning," on Tuesday, Sept. 28 on PBS."
    Ken BurnsKen Burns · August 25, 2010
    Baseball
    · Denver, United States
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    "On Aug. 5, 1921, radio station KDKA in Pittsburgh broadcast a ball game between the Pirates and the Phillies. For the first time, fans who lived miles from the ball park could follow the action."
    Ken BurnsKen Burns · August 19, 2010
    Baseball
    · Pittsburgh, United States
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    "The 1906 Chicago Cubs are believed by many to have been the best team in baseball history. They moved smoothly to the pennant that year, winning 116 games and losing just 36."
    Ken BurnsKen Burns · August 19, 2010
    Baseball
    · Chicago, United States
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    "In 1978, the Dodgers became the first team to draw three million fans to the ballpark. Every off season, it is given a fresh coat of paint."
    Ken BurnsKen Burns · August 3, 2010
    Baseball
    · Los Angeles, United States
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