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    Any good Baseball Documentaries you recommend

    I'm looking to add a couple of documentaries onto my Netflix queue for when I'm on the road and/or on the airplane (if downloadable to my device),

    I have recently watched the Battered ™™™™™™™s of Baseball and it was really good.

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    I'm looking to add a couple of documentaries onto my Netflix queue for when I'm on the road and/or on the airplane (if downloadable to my device),

    I have recently watched the Battered ™™™™™™™s of Baseball and it was really good.

    Look for more.
    Looked through Netflix really quick and not seeing much. BB of B was great though. There aren't even many baseball movies on Netflix right now.

    If you have other means (Prime, ESPN Mobile or whatever it is called now) then you could watch Ken Burns Baseball, No No: A Dockumentary, or Fastball. There are also several really good 30 for 30 baseball docs.

    Baseball Player: Pelotero is also excellent if you have access to it.

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    Looked through Netflix really quick and not seeing much. BB of B was great though. There aren't even many baseball movies on Netflix right now.

    If you have other means (Prime, ESPN Mobile or whatever it is called now) then you could watch Ken Burns Baseball, No No: A Dockumentary, or Fastball. There are also several really good 30 for 30 baseball docs.

    Baseball Player: Pelotero is also excellent if you have access to it.
    I have seen a good number of the 30 for 30's - I love watching them... most are pretty well done

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    All those movies mentioned are great.
    Netflix also has "Sugar", which features Miguel Sano and highlights the good and not-so-pretty aspects of the baseball prospect pipeline in the Dominican Republic

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    I was going to suggest Ken Burns, too.

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    The Yankeeography's from Yes network (you can usually find them on Youtube) are good.

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    I would say that the 3 volume series of When It Was a Game that as well The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg or another thing that I have mentioned in previous postings is the CDs from baseballvoices.com or perhaps even watching a couple of Games on YouTube of the Game of the Week variety or find a game on there that's a radio broadcast find 1 that has an announcer who you are unfamiliar with & see how they call the action of the game. I have found myself listening to games as I go to sleep at night but if it's a game on TV then I pretend that's it's on radio most of the games are at least 3hrs long plus some even have commercials during the broadcast seeing or hearing them could bring a reminder of that ad like how they've changed through the years & the players themselves find obscure players who played in the game like example I was listening to game that took place in 1981 it was weird hearing former Boston Celtics player who played briefly with the Blue Jays Danny Ainge taking cuts as an outfielder against the Indians with his low batting average plus see how teams have changed uniforms through the years check out the graphics they use or how they used instant replays on a play. Those are my recommendations

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