Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|MLB Vintage World Series Films - Anaheim Angels 2002|
Actors: Mike Sciosia, Garret Anderson, Darin Erstad, Tim Salmon, David Eckstein
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television, Sports
This all-California final featured the first Fall ClassicŪ match-up of two Wild Card teams and set numerous records as the Anaheim AngelsŪ captured their first World SeriesŪ championship.
MLB Vintage World Series Films - Anaheim Angels 2002
Dennis Yenn | Hollywood, CA USA | 03/27/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This Vintage film is exactly the same as "2002 World Series Video - Anaheim Angels vs. San Francisco Giants" DVD, which was originally released Nov 26, 2002 by MLB. The only difference, it appears A&E subcontracted w/ MLB to re-package & re-release the product to appear different. Worse, this Vintage film DVD does NOT contain the bonuses and extra features as the original MLB release. So if you already have the original MLB version (which I do), don't waste your $ on this (which I did). I rate 5 stars for content, but 1 star for A&E's disguise.
A better buy if you're a fan of L.A. baseball is Dodger's Vintage World Series DVD. Likewise, it's the same content as the previous 1988 MLB release, BUT was previously ONLY on VHS.
Great season- great series.
msredhd | Orange County, CA | 03/04/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I only wish there was more of a history of the season. Worth the money. A great gift for true Angel fans."
Spectacular Giants season!
mknight | San Francisco, CA USA | 03/08/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I am a Giants fan and this is the video to have if you want to relive the Giants' 2002 season. Although Game 6 of the World Series was a heartbreaking loss that lost the Series, this is a well-balanced video that follows both the Angels' and Giants' road to the fall classic in 2002. Starting with Barry Bonds' majestic home runs against the Dodgers in the season opening series, to the pickup of Kenny Lofton in midseason that gave the Giants a bona fide leadoff hitter, and ending with Bonds' monstrous postseason. The other video, "2002 World Series Video", focuses more on the Angels than the Giants and is 30 minutes shorter."