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A bunch of other Cardinals DVD's are also on sale. Here's the description of the Greatest Games in Busch set:
"In this town, baseball in general and Cardinal baseball in particular is not just a sport: it is practically a religion-a fabric of this Midwest Community. So to this life-long baseball fan and St. Louisan, these DVDs are not just entertaining but provides a history lesson for all generations of Cardinal Nation." --Mike Huss, Sports Director of WGNU-AM Radio
"Busch Stadium was a cathedral for Cardinal fans and reliving Gibby's 17 strikeout game, Scott Rolen taking the Rocket deep in the 2004 playoffs, and Big Mac's 62nd is almost a religious experience. This set is a must have for Cardinal fans. You will "go crazy" all over again watching Ozzie go deep against Tom Niedenfuer in '82." --Ron Jacober, Sports Director of KMOX, St. Louis and Member, St. Louis Radio Hall of Fame
DVD Bonus features include hall of fame induction speeches, "This Week in Baseball" segments from the MLB archives, and more.
Enjoy every pitch of six of the most important and unforgettable Cardinals games ever played.
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Busch Stadium is more than a ballpark--it's a landmark, an icon, a home for baseball achievement, and the site of record-setting history. Since the gates first swung open at 250 Stadium Plaza on May 12, 1966, millions of fans nurtured their love for the St. Louis Cardinals in the familiar setting of Busch Stadium. Of the 3,227 games played in this beautiful ballpark, this souvenir commemorates six of the most remarkable.
Filled with more than 14 hours of unedited, pure-Cardinals passion, this collection includes the complete actual game broadcasts of:
1968 WORLD SERIES GAME 1: Bob Gibson's record-setting, 17-strikeout masterpiece.
1982 WORLD SERIES GAME 7: From a pre-game flip, to a late-rally, the Cardinals secure a World Series Championship.
1985 NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES GAME 5: The incredible, improbable, bottom-of-the-ninth, game-winning-homer by Ozzie Smith.
1987 WORLD SERIES GAME 3: Brilliant pitching and Vince Coleman's clutch hitting spark a Redbirds victory.
1998 MARK McGWIRE'S 62nd HOME RUN: The magnificent crescendo of a mesmerizing race for the record; "Big Mac", Mark McGwire's record-setting homer began an emotional, unforgettable celebration.
2004 NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES GAME 7: This come-from-behind pennant-clinching victory was powered by the clutch hitting of Albert Pujols and Scott Rolen.