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|Yankee Stadium Baseball's Cathedral |
With Collectable Ticket & Coin
Actor: Chazz Palminteri
Director: David Check
Baseball's epicenter sits at 161st Street and River Avenue in the Bronx, — New York. For more than 80 years, fans and ballplayers have congregated on sultry summer days and chilly October nights to witness history. They che... more »
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Catherine Skidmore | Matawan, NJ USA | 07/08/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The first disc is two hours of history about the Stadium, with commentary by everyone from George Bush to Aaron Boone (LOVE Aaron Boone!). Oddly missing from the commentary: George Steinbrenner. It's so well-made, and with the Gladiator-esque music pumping through the background, it makes you appreciate the building and the history and the team even more. I was more disappointed in the second disc, of "bonus features," which had things like Lou Gehrig's speech and Aaron Boone's home run. But they only showed about three lines of the speech - and I know there exists more newsreel footage than that of the ceremony, and they didn't use Michael Kay's commentary on Aaron Boone, and I know they had the rights to use it, because they showed earlier clips on the first disc using it. But apart from those glaring omissions, I loved every minute of the discs."
John Spressler | Kearny, NJ USA | 07/06/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a excellent video about the big old ballpark in the bronx. It captures all the great moments in the stadium's history and more. A must have for true Yankee fans. It goes along perfectly with "Yankee Stadium The Official Retrospective" hardcover book. I highly recommend this 2-disc set."
It Is A Cathedral
Steve Komito | 10/12/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The only problem was there wasn't nearly enough time on the disc to really get into all of the little things that this stadium has seen. It was done well and is certainly worth buying, but anyone who's either ever been to the stadium or knows about it's (& Yankee) history will feel kind of slighted. It's kind of like going to your favorite band's concert and only hearing the hits that you've heard 1,000 times before when you wanted to hear the "deep cuts"."
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Nick Glaser | CHICAGO, ILLINOIS | 12/15/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"MY question is where is the collectable ticket&coin? I would really appreciate a reply as customer service from AMAZON does not know. THANK you. NICK"