Baseball's Golden Age

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  • 2008
  • 1 Season
  • 8.8  (29)

Baseball's Golden Age is a television series which talks about the history of baseball. This series focuses mainly on baseball from the 1920s through the 1960s. They have talked about how World War II affected the emotions of the players and fans. In some episodes Baseball's Golden Age has talked about some of the players, both known and not very well known. Fans, players, and players families have contributed to the series by letting the producer use their home videos of the games they have been too. Flagstaff Films is the company who produces Baseball's Golden Age. Steven Stern heads the producing team from the company who produces the series. Most of the series videos comes from the library of Flagstaff Films. They have the most impressive baseball videos in the United States, which all are a private collection. Baseball's Golden Age is a show about some of the players and teams which were around mainly from 1920s through the 1960s. Some of those teams are still around, but have moved to a different city. It's a series about the teams and players from the early days when loving the sport of baseball was passed down from generation to generation. Baseball's Golden Age talks about the legends of baseball. Some of the legends the series talks about are Babe Ruth, Cobb, Williams, Mays, and Hank Aaron. Those players have abilities and incomparable feats which some other players have come close to, but have never beat. Baseball's Golden Age is a wonderful television series for the whole family. Baseball fans will enjoy this series. Every person who watches Baseball's Golden Age will learn something about the game from each episode they watch.

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The Fall Classic
13. The Fall Classic
September 28, 2008
Yankees: Mantle Years, The Fall Classic, Baseball Reflections, 1931.
The Way It Was
12. The Way It Was
September 21, 2008
The Washington Senators, The New York Giants, The Style of the Game, Clemente.
The Shoulders of Giants
11. The Shoulders of Giants
September 14, 2008
The Yankees: DiMaggio Years, Wrigley Field and The Cubs, Meet the Mets, War Years.
The Greatest Pitchers of the Era
10. The Greatest Pitchers of the Era
September 7, 2008
There Used to be a Ballpark, Golden Arms, Uniforms, Jackie Robinson.
The Greatest Season Ever
9. The Greatest Season Ever
August 31, 2008
The Boys of Summer, Old Timers Day, 1941, Yankee Fan
The Dynasty Begins
8. The Dynasty Begins
August 24, 2008
Yankees: Ruth & Gehrig, The Economics of the Game, Fenway Park, World Series.
Baseball's Biggest Move
7. Baseball's Biggest Move
August 17, 2008
Tours of Japan, Western Expansion, Stan Musial and The St. Louis Cardinals, Iron Horse.
The War Years
6. The War Years
August 10, 2008
Opening Day, The War Years, The Pacific Coast League, DiMaggio.
Willie, Mickey and the Duke
5. Willie, Mickey and the Duke
August 3, 2008
Willie, Mickey, and The Duke, Ebbet's Field, Barnstorming, The Era.
The Boys Of Spring
4. The Boys Of Spring
July 27, 2008
The Rites of Spring, The Latin Explosion, The Lost Teams, Stengel.
When The Game Changed Forever
3. When The Game Changed Forever
July 20, 2008
Jackie Robinson and The Next Generation of Black Players, One Hit Wonders, Welcome to the Big Leagues, The Road From Cooperstown.
The Greatest All-Stars Ever
2. The Greatest All-Stars Ever
July 13, 2008
The All-Star Game, The Depression and The Gas House Gang, Yankee Stadium, Baseball America.
DiMaggio, Williams & The Great Bambino
1. DiMaggio, Williams & The Great Bambino
July 6, 2008
Sights and Sounds of the Game, Joltin' Joe and The Splendid Splinter, Rivalries, The Big Bam.
Description

Baseball's Golden Age is a television series which talks about the history of baseball. This series focuses mainly on baseball from the 1920s through the 1960s. They have talked about how World War II affected the emotions of the players and fans. In some episodes Baseball's Golden Age has talked about some of the players, both known and not very well known. Fans, players, and players families have contributed to the series by letting the producer use their home videos of the games they have been too.

Flagstaff Films is the company who produces Baseball's Golden Age. Steven Stern heads the producing team from the company who produces the series. Most of the series videos comes from the library of Flagstaff Films. They have the most impressive baseball videos in the United States, which all are a private collection.

Baseball's Golden Age is a show about some of the players and teams which were around mainly from 1920s through the 1960s. Some of those teams are still around, but have moved to a different city. It's a series about the teams and players from the early days when loving the sport of baseball was passed down from generation to generation. Baseball's Golden Age talks about the legends of baseball. Some of the legends the series talks about are Babe Ruth, Cobb, Williams, Mays, and Hank Aaron. Those players have abilities and incomparable feats which some other players have come close to, but have never beat.

Baseball's Golden Age is a wonderful television series for the whole family. Baseball fans will enjoy this series. Every person who watches Baseball's Golden Age will learn something about the game from each episode they watch.

Baseball's Golden Age is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (13 episodes). The series first aired on July 6, 2008.

Where to Watch Baseball's Golden Age

Baseball's Golden Age is available for streaming on the FOX Sports website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Baseball's Golden Age on demand at Vudu and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    July 6, 2008
  • IMDB Rating
    8.8  (29)