July 12th, 2013
July 12, 2013: Giveaway:
Boston Red Thoughts to commemorate MLB Baseball Productions coming to iTunes!
Baseball fans are now able to experience their favorite films in an entirely new way, as titles from the Major League Baseball Productions Film & Video Archive are now available digitally. Over 100 titles are now live on iTunes, which already includes hundreds of classic games as well as podcasts and award-winning mobile apps from MLB Advanced Media, including MLB.com At Bat, the top grossing sports app of all-time.
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, with prices ranging 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.
And, in honor of this groundbreaking event, Boston Red Thoughts has some most excellent swag to give away–and as the proud owner of both–you DO NOT want to miss these:
A copy of The Boston Red Sox 100th Anniversary Collector’s Edition DVD Set, and TWO copies of the The Essential Games of Fenway Park DVD Sets.
Here’s some info about both:
The Boston Red Sox 100th Anniversary Collector’s Edition DVD Set is 12 DVD’s, with over 26 hours of Fenway Park and the Boston Red Sox, lovingly packaged in a gorgeous 28 page book, which begins with blueprints of Fenway on the inside covers, and continues with breathtaking pictures, and a narrative which includes such topics as Red Sox MVP’s, Arms, Quirks, and Grand Opening, among others…
And then there are the DVD’s, packed full of the amazing events that have happened at the World’s Most Beloved Ballpark: The 2004 and 2007 World Series Films, The 1999 All-Star Game, Game 4 of the 2004 ALCS and “THE Steal”, Also included is rare footage from the 50′s through the 80′s, as well as highlights from the 90′s and the 00′s…
The Essential Games of Fenway Park is a 6 DVD set, which comes in this very cool tin case, has all the games every Red Sox fan will want to watch again and again.
Here are the games/historical moments in Red Sox History…
September 30, 1967, vs the Twins: Yaz hits his 44th homer of the season to tie the Sox for the lead in a four-team AL pennant race.
Game 6, 1975 World Series, vs the Reds: That nail biter of a game, which ended with Carlton Fisk’s walk-off homer in the 12th.
April 29, 1986, vs Seattle: A young 23-year old pitcher named Roger Clemens struck out 20 batters in this Major League record setting contest.
1999 All-Star Game/All-Century Team celebration at Fenway Park: The final Mid-Summer Classic of the 20th Century and the one that cannot be outdone–EVER, as far as I am concerned. When all the players gathered around Ted Williams like children around their idol, there wasn’t a dry eye in the house…
1999 ALCS, Game 3 vs the Yankees: Pedro Martinez vs Roger Clemens–need we say more?
April 22, 2007, vs the Yankees: The night of the 4 consecutive homers.
And if that isn’t enough, there are TONS of extras, including: Fenway Park origins, features on Ted Williams and Yaz, “THE Steal”, footage of the 9th innings of both Derek Lowe AND Clay Buchholtz’s no hitters! And much, much more!
And how do you enter for a chance to win these amazing pieces of History? Just leave a comment, either on Facebook, Here, or send a tweet to @bostonredthots, on why you think you should be the first on your block to own one of these, and your are entered. You can enter as often as you like, but hurry, deadline for entry in midnight on Tuesday, July 16th–the night of the All-Star Game.