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02-21-2008 09:31 AM #1
Orioles History DVDs
I have been debating on whether or not to grab the Orioles World Series highlight discs but I was wondering if anyone else had any other suggestions or if they recommend this set.
02-22-2008 11:55 AM #2
The Orioles DVD'S are great but.....
02-22-2008 12:11 PM #3
Thank you sir
02-22-2008 04:07 PM #4
02-26-2008 01:43 PM #5
03-02-2008 06:17 PM #6
This DVD is fine. It's just the same stuff that they used to sell on VHS.
I still want a copy of the Final Weekend at Memorial Stadium tape the Orioles made a few years ago. If anyone has a copy of that I could trade them for a copy of "Why Not?" on DVD or any of the other Orioles stuff I have (original broadcast of the last opening day at Memorial Stadium, the TBTC game in 1991 vs. the Twins, the first game at Camden Yards against the Mets in 1992).
03-04-2008 06:47 PM #7
On a related note, for anyone, does anyone remember the Orioles used to put out highlight videos of each season back in the 80's? I think they called them Video Yearbooks, but it was just in the 80's...does anyone remember these?
03-05-2008 09:21 PM #8
Yeah, I remember the video yearbooks. They used to run them on HTS during rain delays. I taped a couple of them. I just need to find them again.
TBTC = Turn back the clock. It was June 19th, 1991 against the Twins. The Orioles wore 1966 uniforms. Olson blew it bad in the 9th, but it was still a fun game.
I know this is kind of a leap of faith, but I would be willing to just make copies and send you back your master tapes. I wouldn't expect you to give up anything. Those old Orioles tapes don't have copy protection like newer tapes do. I'd just dub them onto DVD and send them right back.
I wouldn't deny an Orioles fan any of that old stuff. And for the trouble I'd send you back copies of any of my stuff that you wanted.
It's not any trouble for me to make copies. You'd have your stuff back in a week.
03-05-2008 10:36 PM #9
I was going through some old tapes and found something I didn't know I had.
I have the original broadcast of the 1993 All Star Festivities, which included the HR Derby with Griffey hitting the warehouse and the Upper Deck Heroes of Baseball with Reggie Jackson hitting a homerun.
I also have the original CBS broadcast of the 1993 All Star Game, with Mussina warming up in the bullpen as the boos came down as Cito Gaston let Duane Ward close the game fot the AL.
Last edited by IHeartMASN; 03-05-2008 at 11:35 PM.
03-06-2008 06:57 PM #10
I Heart MASN, check your PM's when you get a chance.
03-08-2008 12:57 PM #11
This is another guy who sells some vintage audio & video.
I've purchased from him before, so I can vouch that he's reliable. In fact, I'm putting together another order with him right now.