PBS documentarian Ken Burns revisits baseball with 'Tenth Inning'
PBS documentarians Ken Burns and Lynn Novick revisit their 18-plus hour, 1994 documentary series "Baseball" this week with a four-hour, two-part sequel, "The Tenth Inning" . The film explores the intervening years since the first film, including baseball's steroids scandal, the 1994 strike, the rise of Asian and Latino players and the stories of ...
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#1 Sep 29, 2010
What a waste of time! All I saw was a documentary on the Yankees and the Red Sox and the drug scandal.......you totally screwed up by not respecting the true spirit of baseball by not spending anytime at all on the White Sox first championship in 88 years! After your brilliant Civil War, this was a total disappointment....another commercial for the Yankees and the Red Sox....what a waste of time! That's the last time I'm watching one of your documnetaries......what a waste of time!
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