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2002 MLB All-Star Game Controversial Tie While the other three major North American team sports' All-Star Games have become farces, baseball's mid-summer classic still retains its luster for being competitive and hard-fought, and unchanged in its format since it was first played in 1933. Since day one it's always been the American League versus the National League. At the 2002 ASG in Milwaukee, however, the game suffered a huge public-relations blow because it was stopped after 11 innings deadlocked at 7-7, when both teams ran out of pitchers. This development was the result of a change in ASG philosophy that strongly encouraged managers to use everyone on the bench. The days of Willie Mays playing in the ASG from start to finish (which he did 11 times) were gone. Instead, managers liberally moved players in and out of the lineup so that it resembled something akin to a softball game at a church picnic where, to avoid hurt feelings, everyone participates. Commissioner Bud Selig made the decision to halt the game in consultation with the umpiring crew and both managers. The crowd of more than 41,000 spectators was outraged that the game ended without a winner. Furthermore, no MVP was selected because of the inconclusive outcome--a strange decision did not make a lot of sense. The following year, as a way to make the contest more meaningful, it was decided that whichever league won the ASG would get home field advantage for the World Series that autumn. That policy, which had its supporters and detractors, was kept until 2016.
Tags: MLB  baseball  2002  All-Star  Game  tie 
Added: 12th July 2017
Views: 86
Posted By: Lava1964
Exasperating Price is Right Contestant This Price is Right contestant's inability to understand a simple rule in the Ten Chances pricing game may have driven host Bob Barker into retirement. Somehow she won--with a lot of coaching.
Tags: Price  is  Right  Ten  Chances 
Added: 16th June 2017
Views: 154
Posted By: Lava1964
Conan OBrien plays 1864 Baseball From his late night NBC show in the mid-2000s, Conan O'Brien shows up at a vintage baseball league on Long Island, New York to get in on some 1864-style action--and to woo a shy, pretty farm girl spectator. (Conan has said in several interviews that this is his favorite 'remote' comedy bit.)
Tags: Conan  O'Brien  1864  baseball  sketch 
Added: 19th October 2016
Views: 421
Posted By: Lava1964
Federer Upsets Sampras - 2001 The only time two of the greatest and classiest tennis champions of all time--Roger Federer and Pete Sampras--ever met in an ATP match was in the Round of 16 at Wimbledon in 2001. Federer was an unknown 19-year-old Swiss player. He was given virtually zero chance to beat the 30-year-old Sampras who had won Wimbledon seven times and was largely considered to be invincible on grass. Nevertheless Federer evenly battled Sampras through five sets and emerged victorious. This clip shows match point and the aftermath. Check out Federer's goofy hairstyle!
Tags: tennis  Wimbledon  Roger  Federer  Pete  Sampras  upset 
Added: 30th January 2016
Views: 503
Posted By: Lava1964
ATT Call Collect with Carrot Top Hockey Tags: ATT  Call  Collect  with  Carrot  Top  Hockey  telephone  phone  collect  call  cheap  cheapskate  comedy  commercial  2002  2000's  00's 
Added: 13th December 2015
Views: 523
Posted By: Cliffy
Ashlee Simpson On Saturday Night Live In 2004 Simpson gave one of the most awkward performances in TV history when she was caught lip-syncing to one of her songs. She then tried dancing a jig before running off the stage.
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Added: 6th December 2015
Views: 606
Posted By: WestVirginiaRebel
Big Comfy Couch Tags: Big  Comfy  Couch  Canadian  TV  Alyson  Court  Loonette  the  Clown  Molly  Children's  Television  Kids  TV 
Added: 23rd November 2015
Views: 509
Posted By: Freckles
 Funeral for Confederate Submariners On February 17, 1864, the small navy of the Confederate States of America could claim a military first: A submarine sank an enemy ship. The crew of the H.L. Hunley, under the command of George Dixon, achieved the feat of sinking the USS Housatonic in Charleston Harbor, only to mysteriously sink later that same day with the loss of its entire crew of eight sailors. The H.L. Hunley had a short, checkered history. Twice it sank during training operations, killing a total of 13 men--including its namesake inventor who was aboard for the second catastrophe. Both times the hull was raised, repaired and put back into service. The hull of the Hunley was first located in 1995 and was raised in 2000. The remains of the brave sailors were finally laid to rest on April 17, 2004. Thousands of curious but respectful onlookers, dressed in both blue and gray, turned out for the ceremony at Magnolia Cemetery in Charleston, SC. Scientists and military historians are still trying to discover exactly why the submarine sank.
Tags: Confederate  submariners  funeral 
Added: 9th November 2015
Views: 514
Posted By: Lava1964
Friends Deleted Airport 9-11 Scenes This was intended to view two weeks after the 9-11 attacks. This is the first time the edited scene is being shown to the public.
Tags: Friends  Deleted  Airport  9-11  Scenes   
Added: 31st August 2015
Views: 2051
Posted By: Freckles
The Start of the Rosie-Trump Fued The feud started December 20, 2006 when Rosie O'Donnell took shots at Donald Trump's Apprentice and Miss USA pageant on The View.
Tags: Rosie  O'Donnell  Donald  Trump  The  View  Barbara  Walters  ABC  TV 
Added: 22nd August 2015
Views: 598
Posted By: Cathy

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