DVD - 2016
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"The essence of baseball is the primal battle between the pitcher and batter, but the magic of the game arises from that confrontation, only 396 milliseconds in the making. The mysteries and memories of Baseball's greatest heroes are revealed in Fastball, featuring interviews with dozens of former players, from legendary Hall of Famers to up-and-coming All-Stars"--from
Publisher: New York, NY :, Kino Lorber,, [2016]
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (86 min.) :,sound, colour ;,12 cm., in container
digital, optical, surround, Dolby 5.1, rda
video file, DVD video, region 1, rda


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Feb 15, 2017

This video is simply excellent with regards to the information it contains. It is most enjoyable to watch as it both entertains and informs. Enjoyed seeing some of the hardest throwers ever in the game and some of the hitters they faced( and their commentaries). The scientific reference-approach to compare pitchers of yesterday with those of today was fun. Besides the sports public this DVD a also a must for any baseball fan, player and coach. Those of us with a science background would enjoy this even more. This ancient form of combat between a rock thrower (pitcher) and a club holder is discussed in the "The Prehistories of Baseball."

Seelochan Beharry
Author of: The Prehistories of Baseball

Dec 21, 2016

I'm not a baseball fan but this is worth the watch. Even someone who doesn't know about the sport could watch this and appreciate the battle between pitcher and catcher, between a person throwing a rock and a person trying to hit it with a stick.

Oct 29, 2016

if you're a baseball fan, this is really good and I highly recommend checking it out.

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