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Gregor Samsa Says, in 1-12-2010 at 21:01:39 from     

This is a terrific set in terms of packaging and presentation, but I’m with the man who said that those games which are already available on DVD shold have been replaced. Personally, I would much rather have had Ron Guidry’s 18Ks game in its entirety… and what about the Graig Nettles Show, a.k.a. Game 3 of the ’78 Series? I’m glad to have this set for the previously unreleased games, but I object slightly to the repackages…still, these are the ones the fan voted for, and Vox publicum, vox dei, right?
Rating: 3 / 5

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Peter Keiper Says, in 1-12-2010 at 21:30:13 from     

The marketplace prices make this a steal even if two of the games are available in other sets. To me the Seattle game and the Aaron Boone game alone are worth the price of admission.

The Seattle game especially as it shows you the difference that 14 years makes. In that game you had 57,000 people chanting expletives at Ken Griffey Jr in unison and the Mariners had to be pulled off the field after Mattingly homered as there was a near riot. Last week, you could not get half the Stadium to coordinate on “Who’s Your Daddy”.

But I digress. All of the games are classics in one way or another and are sure to make any Yankee fan’s day. The presentation is nice in a metal box instead of cheap cardboard that you normally find.

Four stars because two of the games are available in other sets and the games are not widescreen.
Rating: 4 / 5

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John Spressler Says, in 1-12-2010 at 23:51:33 from     

This is a great set celebrating the greatest Yankees games in historic Yankee Stadium. Just being able to have “Donnie Baseball’s” last game at the Stadium is awesome. What a game that was… The 1995 Division Series vs. Seattle where he hit .417 and who can forget the incredible two games of the 2001 WS vs. Arizona. Game 4 is here experience all the magic again from that night when Tino Martinez homers with two out in the ninth and Jeter wins it with his November magic. Reggie’s three HR game from 1977 is also here as is Chris Chambliss’ HR to win the 1976 pennant. If you’re a true blue Yankee fan as myself this 6-disc set is for you. YANKEE STADIUM FOREVER!!!
Rating: 5 / 5

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Andrew Daniel Berry Says, in 1-13-2010 at 02:10:59 from     

Great games from the Stadium, quility is great and the special features are ok. Bottom line, I would replace the Mr. November game and Mr. October game since those games are already on DVD. But it’s a “Must have” if your a yankee fan.
Rating: 4 / 5

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Wilcy Moore Says, in 1-13-2010 at 03:18:00 from     

…but these were the winners in the fan voting. So which games are included in this set? According to A&E, here is what we’ll get (4 new releases + 2 previously released games):

1976 ALCS GAME 5 VS. KANSAS CITY ROYALS: Chris Chambliss’ walk-off HR sends the Yankees to their first World Series since 1964.

1977 WORLD SERIES GAME 6 VS. LOS ANGELES DODGERS: “Mr. October” Reggie Jackson’s historic three home run-game propels the Bronx Bombers to another World Series Championship. (Also available with 1977 World Series Set)

1995 ALDS GAME 2 VS. SEATTLE MARINERS: This 15-inning drama ended with Jim Leyritz’s walk-off home run and featured home runs from Don Mattingly, Paul O’Neill, and Ruben Sierra. WIth 3 &1/3 innings in relief a young Mariano Rivera notched the win.

1996 WORLD SERIES GAME 6 VS. ATLANTA BRAVES: After New York lost the first two games of the 1996 World Series, they won the next four and finished with a Game 6-celebration that shook Yankee Stadium with delight.

2001 WORLD SERIES GAME 4 VS. ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS: History unfolded when Tino Martinez hit a 2-out, bottom of the 9th, two-run homer to tie the game. Then in the 10th, “Mr. November” Derek Jeter’s game-winning home run ended another remarkable victory. (Also available with Yankees Fall Classic Collector’s Edition)

2003 ALCS GAME 7 VS. BOSTON RED SOX: With a World Series appearance at stake, aces on the mound, and white knuckles everywhere, Aaron Boone stroked the game-winning home run to seal the Yankees’ 11-inning victory.

Bonus Features include:

Chris Chambliss on his 1976 ALCS Game 5 home run;

June 17, 1978 Ron Guidry 18 Ks;

August 6, 1979 first game after Thurmon Munson died, Bobby Murcer hits the game-winner;

1996 ALCS Game 1 hometown fans aid Derek Jeter’s home run;

1999 ALCS Game 1 Bernie Williams’ walk-off home run beats Boston;

2000 World Series Game 1 first Subway Series since 1956;

2001 World Series Game 5 Scott Brosius repeats the impossible, Alfonso Soriano wins it;

July 1, 2004 “The Dive” by Derek Jeter
Rating: 3 / 5

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