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The Cleveland Browns: 50 Years of Memories (1946-1996)
 
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For half a century, the Cleveland Browns' name has been synonymous with winning football. "Fifty Years of Memories" takes the viewer through that exact time frame beginning with the formation of the team in 1946 and finishing with the final game in 1996. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil Meet the great stars and lasting legends Otto Graham, Marion Motley, Dante Lavelli, Jim Brown, Brian Sipe, Bernie Kosar and most importantly, the man the team was named for: Paul Brown. Each of the distinct eras is examined: the domination of the All-America Conference in the 1940s, the team's immediate success in entering the NFL in 1950 and the carbon copy domination of the older league in the early 1950s. Not ignored is the lull created by the retirement of Graham in 1955 which led to the Jim Brown era which began in 1957. Paul Brown's firing, Blanton Collier's hiring, the pinnacle of the 1964 championship game and subsequent championship appearances in 1965, 1968, and 1969 are also covered. The modern era includes "The Drive," The Fumble," and finally, the Browns' last playoff appearance in 1995.
Views: 10326 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 1995 Championship Playoff Weekend (ESPN January 14th, 1996)
 
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Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, and Joe Theisman host NFL Primetime for the 1995-96 season NFL Championship Sunday as the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys earned their way to the Super Bowl by defeating the Indianapolis Colts and Green Bay Packers. The Colts were the first No. 5 seed to advance to a conference championship game since the 1990 playoff expansion. Harbaugh completed 21 of 33 passes for 267 yards and a touchdown. The game was featured as one of the NFL's Greatest Games as 60 Minutes. It marked the end of a thrilling and hard-fought season for the Colts, in which 15 of their 19 games were decided by one score, including three that went into overtime. Running back Emmitt Smith rushed for 150 rushing yards and 3 touchdowns, while also catching 2 passes for 17 yards as the Cowboys overcame a Packers 27–24 lead in the fourth quarter. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 4721 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 1995 Week 2 (ESPN September 10th, 1995)
 
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Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, and Bill Pidto host ESPN NFL Primetime's highlights of NFL Week 2. Highlighted are a game-winning field goal to propel the Kansas City Chiefs over the New York Giants, the first NFL football game in St. Louis for decades as the St. Louis Rams host the New Orleans Saints, and Jim Kelly and the Buffalo Bills destroying his former backup Frank Reich and the Carolina Panthers. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 8158 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 1996 Week 8 (ESPN October 20th, 1996)
 
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Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, and Bill Pidto host ESPN NFL Primetime's highlights of NFL Week 8. The lead story is the surprising performance of the Washington Redskins, who after years of futility were about to go 6-1 to start the season and sweep the New York Giants. Of course, they would end up not making the playoffs that season. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 14702 Tom Bombadil
Cleveland Rocks: The Story of the 1995 Cleveland Indians
 
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The 1995 Cleveland Indians had one of the most exciting seasons in baseball history. At time it defied description: They hit .291 as a team and led the league in runs scored, hits, and stolen bases. They had eight .300 hitters in the starting lineup. Albert Belle became the first player in history to hit 50 home runs and 50 doubles. The team won 100 and lost just 44, winning its division by 30 games, the largest first place margin in baseball history. Night after night, Jacobs Field came alive, as the Indians brought a spirit and sense of pride back to Cleveland. They rocked the Boston Red Sox in the Division Series. They rolled over the red-hot Seattle Mariners in the League Championship Series. And they battled the Atlanta Braves for six nail-biting games in the World Series. It’s all here: the dramatic moments, the interviews with key players, the behind-the-scenes story of one of the most phenomenal seasons Major League Baseball has ever seen. In 1995 Cleveland rocked and the Tribe rolled. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil
Views: 13523 Tom Bombadil
The 1997 Cleveland Indians: a Cleveland Sock-cess Story
 
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In 1997, the Cleveland Indians captured their third consecutive American League Central Division title and made their second World Series appearance in three years. From the blockbuster Spring Training trade for David Justice and Marquis Grissom, to Sandy Alomar’s dramatic All-Star home run at Jacobs Field, to capturing their second American League pennant in three years, Tribe fans can relive these exciting moments on this action-packed highlights tape. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil The Indians continued their recent streak of dramatic finishes with 42 come-from-behind victories and 12 wins in their final at-bat. A record 3.4 million fans packed a sold-out Jacobs Field night after night to watch the Tribe “sock” it to American League foes en route to a third straight AL Central Division Championship. Watch the Tribe clinch the Central on September 23rd with a dramatic 10-9 comeback victory over the New York Yankees. See Sandy Alomar’s game-tying home run off Mariano Rivera in Game 4 of the Division Series with the Tribe on the brink of elimination. Suffer the heartbreaking moment when the Indians hope of a third World Championship ends with an extra-inning defeat in Game 7 of the World Series. It’s all on this exciting video. Relive your favorite moments from 1997 and witness the behind-the-scenes stories of a team that once again captured the attention and hearts of the world’s best fans. Narrated by Tom Hamilton and featuring John Hart, Mike Hargrove and many favorite Indians players.
Views: 5332 Tom Bombadil
1998 NFL Lineman All Star Challenge
 
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This is the 1998 NFL Lineman Skills Competition before Super Bowl 33 in Miami. Warren Sapp and Michael Strahan lead a parade of the best offensive and defensive linemen in the NFL in a competition to see whose skills are best. Stuart Scott and Mike Golic are on the call for ESPN. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil
Views: 4935 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 1996 Week 11 (ESPN November 10th, 1996)
 
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Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, and Bill Pidto host ESPN NFL Primetime's highlights of NFL Week 10. The lead stories are the annual game of the year between the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers, an upset over the eventual Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers by the Kansas City Chiefs, an unbelievably epic overtime clash between the Arizona Cardinals and Washington Redskins, and an epic goal line stand to end the game as the Denver Broncos defeated the Chicago Bears. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 7816 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 1996 Week 14 (ESPN December 1st, 1996)
 
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Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, and Bill Pidto host ESPN NFL Primetime's highlights of NFL Week 9. The lead stories are the upset of the AFC champion Pittsburgh Steelers by the Baltimore Ravens, the continued dominance of the Denver Broncos, and a thrilling rainy clash between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Jacksonville Jaguars. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 10372 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 1995 Divisional Playoff Sunday (ESPN January 7th, 1996)
 
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Chris Berman and Tom Jackson host NFL Primetime for Divisional Playoff Sunday, which featured an expected blowout and a major upset, similar to the day before. The Dallas Cowboys blew out the Philadelphia Eagles and the Indianapolis Colts performed a huge upset against the Kansas City Chiefs. With Eagles starting quarterback Rodney Peete injured early on, the Cowboys held Philadelphia to only 227 yards and 11 points. The Chiefs, who held the league's best record during the regular season (13–3), were heavily favored to beat the 9–7 Colts, particularly since Indianapolis star running back Marshall Faulk was inactive due to injury, along with defensive lineman Tony Siragusa due to illness. But by the end of the game, Kansas City lost four turnovers and kicker Lin Elliot missed three field goals en route to a 10–7 Colts upset. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 8398 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 2007 Divisional Playoff Sunday (ESPN January 13th, 2008)
 
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Chris Berman and Tom Jackson host NFL Primetime for an upset-ridden 2007-08 Divisional Sunday, featuring the San Diego Chargers upsetting Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts as well as Eli Manning and the New York Giants upsetting Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys on their way to an eventual Super Bowl win. Despite the loss of starting quarterback Philip Rivers and running back LaDainian Tomlinson (the NFL's leading rusher during the season), San Diego still managed to defeat the defending Super Bowl champion Colts in what would be the final game in the RCA Dome. With nine seconds left in the game, Giants defensive back R. W. McQuarters intercepted a Tony Romo pass in the end zone to preserve a victory over the Cowboys, who had defeated New York twice during the season. The win marked the first time in 20 years that the NFC's #1 seeded team had been eliminated in the divisional round, the first time it had happened since the current playoff format was instituted in 1990, and sent the Cowboys home with their sixth consecutive playoff loss since 1996. The Giants advanced to their first NFC Championship Game since 2000 with the win and won their ninth consecutive game away from Giants Stadium. This would also turn out to be the final playoff game at Texas Stadium. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 4906 Tom Bombadil
Wahoo! What a Finish: The 12 Best Last At-Bat Victories of the 1995 Cleveland Indians
 
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The Cleveland Indians had a phenomenal year in 1995. They were the most exciting team in baseball. Every night, Jacobs Field was jammed with screaming fans. And seemingly every night, the Indians rewarded them. They came from behind in the most dramatic fashion. More than 25 times at home they won in their last at-bat. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil And incredibly, during one 42-game stretch, the Indians won 9 times with dramatic game-ending home runs, including: July 18, Albert Belle's Slam beats Lee Smith and the Angels July 6, Manny Ramirez beats Eckersley and the A's June 4, Paul Sorrento caps nine-run rally vs. Jays This video showcases the most remarkable finishes at Jacobs Field, with actual game highlights, unbelievable play-by-play calls, and exclusive interviews. All the heroics of: Albert Belle, Eddie Murray, Carlos Baerga, Manny Ramirez, Kenny Lofton, Jim Thome, Paul Sorrento, Sandy Alomar, Omar Vizquel, and the rest of the Tribe.
Views: 3995 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 1995 NFL Wild Card Sunday (ESPN December 31st, 1995)
 
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Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, and Joe Theisman host NFL Primetime on Wild Card Sunday 1995, featuring an expected blowout as the Green Bay Packers destroyed the Atlanta Falcons in the freezing cold of Lambeau, and one huge upset as Jim Harbaugh and the Indianapolis Colts upset the defending AFC champ San Diego Chargers. The Packers scored 13 unanswered points in the second quarter en route to a 37–20 victory over the Falcons. Rookie running back Zack Crockett, who had only one rushing attempt during the regular season, found himself thrust into the starting lineup to replace injured starter Marshall Faulk on the first play of the game. He proved up to the task, rushing for a franchise playoff record 147 yards and scoring two touchdowns to help the Colts win their first playoff game in 24 years. San Diego gained 429 yards of total offense, but quarterback Stan Humphries threw four interceptions, two to safety Jason Belser. Chargers running back Ronnie Harmon caught 10 passes for 133 yards, while Andre Coleman added six kickoff returns for 122. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 3262 Tom Bombadil
4 In a Row: the Story of the 1998 Cleveland Indians
 
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The story of the 1998 Central Division Champion Cleveland Indians. Narrated by Tom Hamilton and featuring John Hart, Mike Hargrove, and many favorite Indians players. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil Since the inauguration of beautiful Jacobs Field, each season has added an unpredictable and unique chapter to the continuing success story that is the Cleveland Indians...and 1998 was no different. From the wire-to-wire performance that saw the Indians capture their fourth straight American League Central Division Championship and third appearance in the last four years of the American League Championship Series, to the sparkling Gold Glove acrobatics of Omar Vizquel, and remarkable home run binge of Manny Ramirez, Tribe fans can relive these and other exciting moments on this action-packed video narrated by Indians radio voice Tom Hamilton. Jacobs Field's unprecedented sellout streak reached 292 at regular season's end, as baseball's best fans (the Tribe's 10th Man) packed the baseball-only jewel to the tune of a record 3.4 million in attendance. Watch the Indians clinch the AL Central on September 16th as Charles Nagy wins #14 with the help of HRs by Manny Ramirez, Jim Thome, and Richie Sexson. Relive the exciting and exhausting moments of the 1998 postseason, including the on-field fireworks at the start of Game 2 of the AL Division Series vs. the Boston Red Sox and the Indians attempt to derail the New York Yankees in the American League Championship Series. It's all on this action-packed video. Relive your favorite moments of the 1998 season and witness the behind-the-scenes stories of a team that has captured the hearts of the world's best fans.
Views: 4059 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 1995 Week 5 (ESPN October 1st, 1995)
 
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Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, and Bill Pidto host ESPN NFL Primetime's highlights of NFL Week 8. The lead stories are the surprising victories of the Washington Redskins over the Dallas Cowboys, the epic win of the Miami Dolphins over the upstart Cincinnati Bengals, and the first loss of the season for the St. Louis Rams against the Indianapolis Colts. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 6880 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 2006 Wild Card Sunday (ESPN January 7th, 2007)
 
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Chris Berman and Tom Jackson host NFL Primetime for 2006 Wild Card Playoff Sunday, featuring a sad day for New York the New England Patriots trouncing the New York Jets 37-16 and the Philadelphia Eagles squeaking past the New York Giants 23-20. Tom Brady completed 22 out of 34 passes for 212 yards and two touchdowns, while New England Patriots running backs Corey Dillon, Laurence Maroney, and Kevin Faulk combined for 145 rushing yards in a win over the New York Jets. Receiver Jabar Gaffney, who caught only 11 passes during the season, finished his first career playoff game with eight catches for 104 yards. Philadelphia built up a 20–10 fourth quarter lead and thwarted a late Giants comeback attempt, winning on a 38-yard field goal by David Akers on the last play of the game. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 5428 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 1999 Wild Card Saturday (Music City Miracle, ESPN January 8th, 2000)
 
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Stuart Scott and Sterling Sharpe host NFL Primetime for the 1999 playoffs Wild Card Saturday, famous for the Music City Miracle as the Tennessee Titans beat the Buffalo Bills and the Washington Redskins destroying the Detroit Lions. This game is remembered for the controversial "Music City Miracle": Kevin Dyson took a lateral from Frank Wycheck on a kickoff to score the game-winning touchdown with under 15 seconds left. Redskins running back Stephen Davis rushed for 119 yards and two touchdowns in the first half as Washington dominated the Lions, who had barely made the playoffs with an 8–8 record and had lost their last four games of the season. Washington outgained Detroit in rushing yards, 223–45, and recorded five sacks. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 5137 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 1995 Week 4 (ESPN September 24th, 1995)
 
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Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, and Bill Pidto host ESPN NFL Primetime's highlights of NFL Week 4. The lead stories are the St. Louis Rams starting the season 4-0, the epic destruction of the eventual AFC Champions Pittsburgh Steelers by the Minnesota Vikings, and the Dallas Cowboys rolling again. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 7555 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 1996 Week 9 (Primetime 2,000th Highlight, ESPN October 27th, 1996)
 
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Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, and Bill Pidto host ESPN NFL Primetime's highlights of NFL Week 9. The lead stories are the continued unexpected success of the Washington Redskins, the dominance of the Denver Broncos and the eventual Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers, a record setting number of turnovers by the Detroit Lions, and an epic clash between the Super Bowl champion Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins in Miami. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 9276 Tom Bombadil
ESPN Sportscenter: Super Bowl XXXII (Denver Broncos vs. Green Bay Packers)
 
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Dan Patrick and Kenny Mayne host Sportscenter following John Elway, Shannon Sharpe, and Terrell Davis help the Denver Broncos win their first Super Bowl against Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers. The Broncos defeated the Packers by the score of 31–24. The game was played on January 25, 1998 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California, the second time that the Super Bowl was held in that city.[6] Super Bowl XXXII also made Qualcomm Stadium the only stadium in history to have the Super Bowl and the World Series in the same year. This was Denver's first league championship after suffering four previous Super Bowl losses, and snapped a 13-game losing streak for AFC teams in the Super Bowl (the previous being the Los Angeles Raiders' win in Super Bowl XVIII after the 1983 season). The Broncos, who entered the game after posting a 12–4 regular season record in 1997, became just the second wild card team to win a Super Bowl and the first since the Raiders in Super Bowl XV. The Packers, who entered the game as the defending Super Bowl XXXI champions after posting a 13–3 regular season record, were the first team favored to win by double digits to lose a Super Bowl since Super Bowl IV. The game was close throughout much of the contest. The Broncos converted two turnovers to take a 17–7 lead in the second quarter before the Packers cut the score to 17–14 at halftime. Green Bay kept pace with Denver in the second half, before tying the game with 13:32 remaining. Both defenses stiffened until Broncos running back Terrell Davis scored the go-ahead touchdown with 1:45 left. Despite suffering a migraine headache that caused him to miss most of the second quarter, Davis (a San Diego native) was named Super Bowl MVP. He ran for 157 yards, caught two passes for 8 yards, and scored a Super Bowl record three rushing touchdowns. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 2840 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 1997 Week 1 (ESPN August 31st, 1997)
 
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Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, and Stuart Scott host ESPN NFL Primetime's highlights of NFL Week 1. The lead stories are the coaching debuts of Pete Carroll (New England), Mike Ditka (New Orleans), Bill Parcells (New York Jets) and Dick Vermeil (St. Louis). The Dallas Cowboys beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in a Super Bowl rematch from 2 years earlier, John Elway and the Denver Broncos begin their Super Bowl run with a trouncing of the eventual division-winning Kansas City Chiefs, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers suddenly become the team of the future with a surprise win over the then-juggernaut San Francisco 49ers with Jerry Rice and Steve Young. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 10043 Tom Bombadil
1998 Major League Baseball Home Run Derby
 
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Chris Berman and Joe Morgan host the The 1998 Major League Baseball Home Run Derby from the All-Star game location at Coors Field in Denver, CO. The following players participated and hit the following number of home runs: Ken Griffey Jr. (Winner), Seattle Mariners, 19 Jim Thome (Runner-Up), Cleveland Indians, 17 Vinny Castillo, Colorado Rockies, 12 Rafael Palmeiro, Baltimore Orioles, 10 Moises Alou, Houston Astros, 7 Alex Rodriguez, Seattle Mariners, 5 Javy Lopez, Atlanta Braves, 5 Mark McGwire, St Louis Cardinals, 4 Damion Easley, Detroit Tigers, 2 Chipper Jones, Atlanta Braves, 1 **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 6357 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: Denver Broncos and John Elway Win First Super Bowl Vs. Green Bay Packers (ESPN)
 
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Chris Berman and Tom Jackson host NFL Primetime directly following John Elway, Shannon Sharpe, Terrell Davis and the Denver Broncos's first Super Bowl win against Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers. The Broncos defeated the Packers by the score of 31–24. The game was played on January 25, 1998 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California, the second time that the Super Bowl was held in that city.[6] Super Bowl XXXII also made Qualcomm Stadium the only stadium in history to have the Super Bowl and the World Series in the same year. This was Denver's first league championship after suffering four previous Super Bowl losses, and snapped a 13-game losing streak for AFC teams in the Super Bowl (the previous being the Los Angeles Raiders' win in Super Bowl XVIII after the 1983 season). The Broncos, who entered the game after posting a 12–4 regular season record in 1997, became just the second wild card team to win a Super Bowl and the first since the Raiders in Super Bowl XV. The Packers, who entered the game as the defending Super Bowl XXXI champions after posting a 13–3 regular season record, were the first team favored to win by double digits to lose a Super Bowl since Super Bowl IV. The game was close throughout much of the contest. The Broncos converted two turnovers to take a 17–7 lead in the second quarter before the Packers cut the score to 17–14 at halftime. Green Bay kept pace with Denver in the second half, before tying the game with 13:32 remaining. Both defenses stiffened until Broncos running back Terrell Davis scored the go-ahead touchdown with 1:45 left. Despite suffering a migraine headache that caused him to miss most of the second quarter, Davis (a San Diego native) was named Super Bowl MVP. He ran for 157 yards, caught two passes for 8 yards, and scored a Super Bowl record three rushing touchdowns. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 3515 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 1996 Week 13 (ESPN November 24th, 1996)
 
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Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, and Bill Pidto host ESPN NFL Primetime's highlights of NFL Week 13. The lead stories are the epic clash between the San Francisco 49ers and Washington Redskins, the amazing last-second John Elway win of the Denver Broncos over the Minnesota Vikings, and the destruction of the Super Bowl champion Dallas Cowboys by the New York Giants. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 8883 Tom Bombadil
1995 Major League Baseball Home Run Derby
 
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Chris Berman and Joe Morgan host the The 1995 Major League Baseball Home Run Derby from the All-Star game location at the Ballpark in Arlington, Texas. The American League was pitted against the National League in this format, and the AL destroyed the NL by a combined score of 40-12. The following players participated and hit the following number of home runs: Frank Thomas (winner), Chicago White Sox, 15 Albert Belle (runner-up), Cleveland Indians, 16 Mo Vaughn, Boston Red Sox, 6 Manny Ramirez, Cleveland Indians, 3 Ron Gant, Cincinnati Reds, 3 Sammy Sosa, Chicago Cubs, 2 Reggie Sanders, Cincinnati Reds, 2 Raul Mondesi, Los Angeles Dodgers, 2 **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil
Views: 4886 Tom Bombadil
1998 NFL Quarterback Skills Challenge
 
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Do these quarterbacks have what it takes to be a quarterback in the 90s? This QB skills challenge took place before the start of the 1998 season in Orlando, FL at the Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World. Hosted by Greg Gumbel and Phil Simms. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil Participants include: Brett Favre, Green Bay Packers Stave Young, San Francisco 49ers Jim Harbaugh, Baltimore Ravens Trent Dilfer, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Kordell Stewart, Pittsburgh Steelers Elvis Grbac, Kansas City Chiefs Steve McNair, Tennessee Titans Scott Mitchell, Detroit Lions Kerry Collins, Carolina Panthers Gus Frerotte, Washington Redskins Drew Bledsoe, New England Patriots Danny Kanell, New York Giants
Views: 5634 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 1995 Week 9 (ESPN October 29th, 1995)
 
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Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, and Bill Pidto host ESPN NFL Primetime's highlights of NFL Week 9. The lead stories are the return of Deion Sanders as a member of the Dallas Cowboys to face his old team the Atlanta Falcons, Barry Sanders goes off at the Silverdome against the Green Bay Packers, the San Francisco with Elvis Grbac get stuffed by the Saints, and Dan Marino and the Miami Dolphins trump the Buffalo Bills. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 7474 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 1995 Week 3 (ESPN September 17th, 1995)
 
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Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, and Bill Pidto host ESPN NFL Primetime's highlights of NFL Week 3. The lead stories are the battle between unbeatens between the Chiefs and Raiders, the drubbing of the Carolina Panthers by the Rams, and Barry Sanders running all over the Arizona Cardinals. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 8647 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 1995 Week 6 (ESPN October 8th, 1995)
 
46:42
Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, and Bill Pidto host ESPN NFL Primetime's highlights of NFL Week 8. The lead stories are the epic showdown between the Dallas Cowboys and the Green Bay Packers, Barry Sanders running all over the Cleveland Browns, and the Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins going down to a field goal in the final minute. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 9838 Tom Bombadil
1997 Major League Baseball Home Run Derby
 
01:36:07
Chris Berman and Joe Morgan host the The 1997 Major League Baseball Home Run Derby from the All-Star game location at Jacobs Field in Cleveland, OH. The following players participated and hit the following number of home runs: Tino Martinez, New York Yankees Larry Walker (Runner-Up), Colorado Rockies, 19 Mark McGwire, Oakland Athletics, 7 Jeff Bagwell, Houston Astros, 5 Brady Anderson, Baltimore Orioles, 4 Ken Griffey Jr, Seattle Mariners, 3 Chipper Jones, Atlanta Braves, 3 Ray Lankford, St. Louis Cardinals, 2 Jim Thome, Cleveland Indians, 0 Nomar Garciaparra, Boston Red Sox, 0 **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil
Views: 5536 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 1996 Week 12 (ESPN November 17th, 1996)
 
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Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, and Bill Pidto host ESPN NFL Primetime's highlights of NFL Week 12. The lead story is the destruction of the eventual AFC champion New England Patriots by the Denver Broncos in Foxboro and the epic last-second goal-line stand win of the Washington Redskins over the Philadelphia Eagles. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 6477 Tom Bombadil
Baseball World's Defensive Drills Video (1994 Tom Emanski)
 
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A complete training program based on the same drills featured at Baseball World's Training Center in Orlando, Florida. Baseball World's drills are proven and used daily in our award winning camps! Baseball World's school trained teams have won back to back to back AAU National Championship tournaments, setting many offensive/defensive records. Discover the secrets of America's finest Baseball School! A proven training program that dramatically improves: Arm Strength Running Speed Practice Organization Infield/Outfield Skills Quickness/Agility Developed by pro scout/instructor Tom Emanski. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil
Views: 4903 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 1995 Wild Card Saturday (ESPN December 30th, 1995)
 
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Chris Berman, Tom Jackson and Joe Theisman host NFL Primetime for 1995 NFL Wild Card Saturday, featuring two blowouts as the Buffalo Bills destroyed the Miami Dolphins and the Philadelphia Eagles put a stop to the red-hot Detroit Lions. Although Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino completed 33 out of 64 passes for 422 yards, the Bills jumped to a 27–0 lead going into the fourth quarter, forced four turnovers, and rushed 341 yards, the second highest amount in NFL postseason history and the most since Chicago gained 382 rushing yards in the 1940 NFL championship game. Prior to this game, Detroit tackle Lomas Brown famously guaranteed on television that the Lions would win. The Eagles responded by opening up with a 51–7 lead over the Lions. The Eagles scored 31 points in the second quarter, recorded 6 interceptions, and held running back Barry Sanders to 40 rushing yards en route to a 58–37 victory in the second highest scoring game in NFL postseason history. The Eagles 58 points were the third highest total in NFL postseason history, behind the Lions 59 points in 1957 and the Bears 73 points in the 1940 NFL championship game. Their 31-second quarter points was the second highest single quarter total in a postseason game, behind the Redskins 35 second quarter points in Super Bowl XXII. Two Redskins players from that game, defensive back Barry Wilburn and linebacker Kurt Gouveia were playing on Philadelphia's defense in this one, and both would record an interception in this game. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 2089 Tom Bombadil
Baseball Tonight July 28th, 1996 (ESPN)
 
32:21
Karl Ravech and Peter Gammons host Baseball Tonight on Sunday July 28th, 1996. Major highlights include Daryl Strawberry's 300th home run as a game-winner for the Yankees, Doc Gooden's continued MLB comeback, the Cleveland Indians continuing to have the best record in the majors with a Jim Thome home run in extra innings against the Orioles, Orlando Miller's walk-off home run for the Houston Astros against the Dodgers, and Peter Gammons discusses the possible moves to be made for the upcoming trade deadline, especially for the on-the-bubble Orioles and Reds. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil
Views: 4294 Tom Bombadil
2001 Major League Baseball Home Run Derby
 
01:56:21
Chris Berman and Joe Morgan host the The 2001 Major League Baseball Home Run Derby from the All-Star game location at Safeco Field in Seattle, WA. The following players participated and hit the following number of home runs: Luis Gonzalez (Winner), Arizona Diamondbacks, 16 Sammy Sosa, (Runner-Up), Chicago Cubs, 13 Jason Giambi, Oakland A's, 20 Barry Bonds, San Francisco Giants, 10 Bret Boone, Seattle Mariners, 3 Todd Helton, Colorado Rockies, 2 Alex Rodriguez, Texas Rangers, 2 Troy Glaus, Anaheim Angels, 0 **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 5252 Tom Bombadil
1998 NFL Pro Bowl Gridiron Skills Challenge
 
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Days after Super Bowl 33 in Miami, ESPN presented this NFL Skills Challenge with the best players in the NFL to determine conference supremacy. Chris Berman is on the call for ABC and ESPN. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil Among the players participating are John Elway, Steve Young, Terrell Davis, Eddie George, Ty Law, Robert Smith, and Michael Strahan. The AFC was the winning team and was coached by Bill Belichick.
Views: 4292 Tom Bombadil
20 Years of Baseball's Unforgettable Moments (This Week in Baseball 1996)
 
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20 years of the best baseball highlights and moments, from 1977-1996. Every perfect game, 3,000th hit moments, and 300th wins are included, included unbelievable catches and plays. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil
Views: 4276 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 1996 NFL Week 7 (ESPN October 13th, 1996)
 
12:08
Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, and Bill Pidto host NFL Primetime for Week 7 of the 1996 NFL season. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 3918 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 1999 Wild Card Sunday (ESPN January 8th, 2000)
 
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Chris Berman and Mike Golic host ESPN NFL Primetime for 1999 Wild Card Playoff Sunday. Running back Robert Smith helped the Vikings beat the Cowboys by rushing for a team playoff record 140 yards while also catching three passes for 58 yards and a touchdown. The Vikings also got a big performance out of quarterback Jeff George, who threw for 212 yards and three touchdowns, and receiver Randy Moss, who caught five passes for 127 yards and a touchdown. Dallas quarterback Troy Aikman threw for 286 yards and an interception in the final postseason game of his Hall of Fame career. This was also the final postseason game in the Hall of Fame career of running back Emmitt Smith, who rushed for 99 yards, caught a pass for 14 yards, and scored a touchdown. His 99 rushing yards gave him an NFL record postseason total 1,586 yards, surpassing the previous record of 1,556 yards held by Franco Harris. Cowboys receiver Raghib Ismail caught eight passes for 163 yards. The Seattle Seahawks played host to their first playoff game since the 1984 season. But they were dominated by the Dolphins defense, who held them to only 171 yards, with just 32 in the second half, and sacked quarterback Jon Kitna six times, three by Trace Armstrong. Although they would jump out to a 17–10 lead in the third quarter, the Dolphins would rally back behind quarterback Dan Marino, who threw for 196 yards and a touchdown, leading his team to their first playoff win on the road since 1972 in what ultimately proved to be the final game played at the Kingdome and the final win of Marino's career. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 7208 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 2006 Championship Sunday (Indy and Chicago to Super Bowl, ESPN 1/21/2007)
 
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Chris Berman and Tom Jackson host NFL Primetime for Championship Saturday as Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts defeat the New England Patriots and the Chicago Bears defeat the New Orleans Saints. The Colts gained 455 offensive yards, 32 first downs, and managed to overcome a 21–3 deficit to the Patriots to earn their first trip to the Super Bowl since the 1970 NFL season. Their 18-point comeback was the largest ever in an NFL conference championship game, and tied the record for the fourth largest NFL postseason comeback.[1] The Colts' win came after the Patriots had eliminated the Colts from the playoffs twice in the previous three seasons. Although the Saints outgained the Bears in total yards, 375–335, their four turnovers (three fumbles and one interception) contributed to a Bears victory. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ______________________________________________________________
Views: 4985 Tom Bombadil
Sportscenter: 1997 NBA Draft Edition (ESPN June 26th, 1997)
 
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Stuart Scott and Rich Eisen host Sportscenter in coverage of the 1997 NBA Draft. They also discuss the rumored trading of Scottie Pippen from the Chicago Bulls for the 3rd and 6th picks of the Boston Celtics. The first pick of the draft was Tim Duncan, chosen by the San Antonio Spurs. Other notable draftees are Chauncey Billups (3rd) and Tracy McGrady (9th). Although the Boston Celtics had the second-worst record in the 1996–97 season and the best odds (36 percent) of winning the lottery with two picks, the Spurs, usually a model of winning and consistency, lost David Robinson and Sean Elliott to injury early in the season, finished with the third-worst record, and subsequently won the lottery. Leading up to the draft, there was no doubt that Tim Duncan would be selected at No. 1 by the Spurs, and the rest of the draft was regarded with some skepticism. The Celtics had the third and sixth picks, selecting Chauncey Billups and Ron Mercer, both of whom were traded in the next two years. The Washington Wizards forfeited their 1997 first-round pick in connection with the signing of Juwan Howard. (Washington would have had the 17th pick.) Thus, the draft only had 28 first-round selections and 57 selections overall. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 4326 Tom Bombadil
Baseball Tonight 1998 Trade Deadline Edition (ESPN)
 
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Karl Ravech and Dave Campbell host Baseball Tonight prior to the 1998 trade deadline. The big mover of the season (yet to be revealed) was to be Randy Johnson, who was going to be traded from the Seattle Mariners to the Houston Astros in one of the biggest blockbuster deals of the decade. On a lighter note, the Montreal Expos still exist. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 1642 Tom Bombadil
Cleveland Indians Final Municipal Stadium Game (1993)
 
04:25:53
This is the Cleveland WUAB Channel 43 marathon broadcast of the final Cleveland Indians game at the old Municipal Stadium on October 3rd, 1993. The Chicago White Sox won the game 4-0, giving the Indians a final record of 76-86 for the season. The Indians would move to their new home at Jacobs Field (here referred to as The Gateway Complex or "Gateway.") the next year in 1994. At the end of the game the home plate would be removed and placed in a limo, where it was transported to the future Jacobs Field. This marathon broadcast features specials and interviews from the Indians' 61-year history at the stadium. The pregame is hosted by Jack Marschall and Ramona Robinson, while the game is called by classic Indians broadcasters Mike Hegan and Jack Corrigan. Also featured is a segment after the game with Bob Hope singing "Thanks for the memories." Indians final lineup: Kenny Lofton CF Wayne Kirby RF Jim Thome 3B Albert Belle LF Paul Sorrento 1B Sam Horn DH Jeff Treadway 2B Felix Fermin SS Junior Ortiz C Charlie Nagy SP Nagy was recovering from a recent injury and only lasted 3 innings, giving up 3 runs. Regular starters Carlos Baerga (2B) and Sandy Alomar Jr. (C) were also hurt and out for the game. Go Tribe! **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil
Views: 5420 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 1995 Divisional Playoff Saturday (ESPN January 13th, 1996)
 
23:50
Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, and Joe Theisman present the results of NFL Divisional playoff Saturday, where the favored Pittsburgh Steelers outlasted the Buffalo Bills and Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers pull a huge upset over the heavily-favored San Francisco 49ers. Running back Bam Morris scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter as the Steelers stopped the Bills, minus Hall of Fame defensive end Bruce Smith who fell ill the day before the game, from coming back from a 20-0 deficit. By the end of the game, the Steelers outgained them in total yards 409-250 and forced four turnovers. For the first time ever since becoming the head coach of the Packers, Mike Holmgren was coaching against his former team where he was the Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks coach for six seasons. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 3835 Tom Bombadil
Baseball Tonight August 4th, 1996 (ESPN)
 
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Chris Berman and Peter Gammons host Baseball Tonight from 8/4/1996, featuring Kenny Lofton's greatest catch of his career (and one of the greatest catches in Major League Baseball history) for the Cleveland Indians against the Baltimore Orioles. Andy Pettitte gets his 16th win for the New York Yankees, the Atlanta Braves make a comeback against the LA Dodgers and Hideo Nomo, Peter Gammons talks about the crazy playoff race in the NL West, and Mark McGwire is featured before the Sunday Night game. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil
Views: 3097 Tom Bombadil
Sportscenter June 16th, 1997 (ESPN)
 
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Sportscenter with Gary Miller, Stuart Scott, and Linda Cohn highlight the slugfest doubleheader between the eventual World Series champion Florida Marlins and the New York Yankees, highlighted by umpire Frank Pulli telling Yankees assistant Don Zimmer that he was on drugs. Tom Glavine puts in a masterful performance against the Baltimore Orioles, who would have the eventual best record in Major League Baseball. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 2132 Tom Bombadil
Baseball Tonight July 5th, 1998 (ESPN)
 
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Bill Pidto and Dave Campbell host Baseball Tonight highlighted by Roger Clemens's 3,000th strikeout of his career. The New York Yankees continue their roll towards achieving the American League's all-time best record by the end of the year. The Red Sox beat the White Sox in a rousing 15-14 affair at Fenway Park. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 2338 Tom Bombadil
NFL Primetime: 2006 Divisional Playoff Sunday (Troy Brown strip, ESPN January 14th, 2007)
 
28:55
Chris Berman and Tom Jackson host NFL Primetime for 2006 NFL Divisional Playoff Sunday, featuring the New England Patriots outlasting the San Diego Chargers 24-21, as well as the Chicago Bears squeaking by the Seattle Seahawks in overtime 27-24. In the final game of the divisional playoffs, the New England Patriots faced the San Diego Chargers, who were unbeaten at home in the regular season. The Chargers' roster included league MVP running back LaDainian Tomlinson, who broke several league records, nine Pro Bowlers, and five All-Pro players. However, four Chargers turnovers, three of which were converted into Patriots scoring drives, helped lead to a Chargers loss. San Diego lost despite outgaining the Patriots in rushing yards, 148–51 and total yards, 352–327, while also intercepting three passes from Tom Brady. Robbie Gould's 49-yard field goal in overtime propelled the Bears over the Seahawks and to their first NFC Championship Game since the 1988 season. This was also their first playoff win since 1995. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil ____________________________________________________________
Views: 20295 Tom Bombadil
2001 Las Vegas Video Postcard
 
01:00:07
A travel video through Las Vegas circa-2001, followed by a fantastic night helicopter view of the Strip. See what Las Vegas was like at the turn of the Millennium. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil "New" experiences include: The New Aladdin, Paris, Bellagio, Venetian, Mandalay Bay, Four Seasons, and a new renovation at the Rio. Attractions featured include the Forum Shops, Canal Shops, Motor Speedway, Hoover Dam, Grand Canyon, Star Trek The Experience, the Volcano at Mirage and Pirate Show at Treasure Island, Adventure Dome at Circus Circus, Lion Habitat at MGM Grand, MGM Theme Park, Gameworks, Speed the Ride and other roller coasters. Show reviews include Siegfried & Roy, EFX, Lance Burton, Jubilee, and Masquerade Village. Special bonus includes video of many of Vegas's famous implosions, including the Dunes, Sands, LanMark, Hacienda, and El Rancho.
Views: 3541 Tom Bombadil
Replay of Len Barker's Perfect Game (1981)
 
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Shortly after Len Barker pitched his perfect game on May 15, 1981, WUAB Channel 43 in Cleveland ran a shortened replay of the game with then-Indians announcers Joe Tait and Bruce Drennen. This is the full production of that replay, with glorious 1981 commercials and video sequences. **Up until recently, I've been downloading my personal VHS collection. However, the collection is obviously limited. I started a Patreon page to better find and purchase old VHS videos on EBAY and other websites, as well as at garage sales and other locations that might have VHS available, so I can upload them for all to see and share for free. See it here: https://www.patreon.com/tombombadil
Views: 1810 Tom Bombadil

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