The good folks at MLB Productions are back, offering me more DVDs to give away to my readers. It’s all part of a promotion to get the word out that MLB has joined iTunes, releasing a bunch of classic baseball films.
From MLB Productions:
Aside from MLB Bloopers and Prime 9: MLB Heroics, available programming includes The Best of the Home Run Derby and “Prime 9: All-Star Moments;” Official World Series Films dating back to 1947, including the 1969 and 1986 films; the first season of “This Week In Baseball,” which originally aired in 1977; a documentary offering a fresh perspective on Jackie Robinson’s life and career; recent productions including a comprehensive film chronicling every era of World Series play and documentaries created to celebrate notable anniversaries for the Mets, Astros and Red Sox; bloopers titles highlighting the funniest MLB moments; and many other titles. Any of these films can now be downloaded from the iTunes store (www.iTunes.com/MLB). Prices range from $1.99 for individual episodes of “Prime 9” and “This Week in Baseball” to $19.99 for the Official 2012 World Series Film in HD.
I have six various Mets-related DVDs to give away. You won’t know what you’ve won until you open the box. All you have to do is be one of the first people to email me with the answer to a trivia question. You can find my email address at the “Contact” tab. Please do not post the answer in comments. In honor of the All-Star game, the question is All-Star related:
Who is the Mets player who hit the most home runs in his Mets career but never represented the team in the All-Star game?
The answer was Kevin McReynolds.