TV

Season 1

1 :01x01 - Inning 1: Our Game

Sep/18/1994
The series' premiere episode takes the story of baseball from its origins in the 1840's up until 1900 and shows conclusively that the game was not invented by Abner Doubleday at Cooperstown but rather evolved from an earlier game called "Rounders."
Guest Stars: Billy Crystal as Himself | Robert W. Creamer as Himself | Roger Angell as Himself | Mario Cuomo as Himself | Thomas Boswell as Himself | George Plimpton as Himself | John Thorn as Himself | Shelby Foote as Himself | Daniel Okrent as Himself | Buck O'neil as Himself | Robert W. Creamer as Himself | Gerald Early as Himself | Roger Angell as Himself | Mario Cuomo as Himself | Thomas Boswell as Himself | George Plimpton as Himself | John Thorn as Himself | Shelby Foote as Himself | Daniel Okrent as Himself | Buck O'neil as Himself

3 :01x03 - Inning 3: The Faith of Fifty Million People

Sep/20/1994
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Guest Stars: Donald Hall (1) as Himself | Doris Kearns Goodwin as Herself | John Sayles as Himself | Studs Terkel as Himself | George Will as Himself | Adam Arkin as Stan Coveleski | Gregory Peck as Connie Mack | George Plimpton as Himself | John Cusack as Eddie Cicotte | Daniel Okrent as Himself | Buck O'neil as Himself | Donald Hall (1) as Himself | Red Barber as Himself | Shelby Foote as Himself | John Sayles as Himself | Studs Terkel as Himself | George Will as Himself | Adam Arkin as Stan Coveleski | George Plimpton as Himself | Gardner Stern as Himself | John Cusack as Eddie Cicotte | Buck O'neil as Himself
Director: Ken Burns

4 :01x04 - Inning 4: A National Heirloom

Sep/21/1994
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Guest Stars: Gerald Early as Himself | Bob Costas as Himself | Shelby Foote as Himself | George Plimpton as Himself | George Will as Himself | Stephen Jay Gould (1) as Himself | Buck O'neil as Himself | Gerald Early as Himself | Red Barber as Himself | Bob Costas as Himself | Shelby Foote as Himself | George Plimpton as Himself | Studs Terkel as Himself | George Will as Himself | Robert W. Creamer as Himself | Roger Angell as Himself | Stephen Jay Gould (1) as Himself | John Thorn as Himself | Daniel Okrent as Himself | Buck O'neil as Himself
Director: Ken Burns

6 :01x06 - Inning 6: The National Pastime

Sep/25/1994
Baseball in the 1940's is profiled. Among the events covered are Joe DiMaggio's 56 game hitting streak, Ted Williams being the last player to hit over .400, and the integration of baseball by Jackie Robinson in 1947.
Guest Stars: Arthur Ashe as Himself | Red Barber as Himself | Doris Kearns Goodwin as Herself | Vin Scully as Himself | Studs Terkel as Himself | George Will as Himself | Ted Williams as Himself | Robert W. Creamer as Himself | Stephen Jay Gould (1) as Himself | Gerald Early as Himself | John Thorn as Himself | Daniel Okrent as Himself | Arthur Ashe as Himself | Mario Cuomo as Himself | Bob Feller as Himself | Doris Kearns Goodwin as Herself | Vin Scully as Himself | Studs Terkel as Himself | George Will as Himself | Ted Williams as Himself | Robert W. Creamer as Himself | Donald Hall (1) as Himself | Gerald Early as Himself | Roger Angell as Himself | John Thorn as Himself | Daniel Okrent as Himself | Buck O'neil as Himself

8 :01x08 - Inning 8: A Whole New Ballgame

Sep/27/1994
Baseball in the 1960's is discussed in this episode. Among the topics are the new multi-purpose stadiums which replaced the older, more intimate ones.
Guest Stars: Billy Crystal as Himself | Doris Kearns Goodwin as Herself | Mickey Mantle as Himself | Stephen Jay Gould (1) as Himself | Vin Scully as Himself | Roger Angell as Himself | George Will as Himself | Gerald Early as Himself | Thomas Boswell as Himself | Donald Hall (1) as Himself | Daniel Okrent as Himself | Buck O'neil as Himself | Billy Crystal as Himself | Doris Kearns Goodwin as Herself | Mickey Mantle as Himself | Stephen Jay Gould (1) as Himself | Vin Scully as Himself | Roger Angell as Himself | George Will as Himself | Bob Costas as Himself | Studs Terkel as Himself | Thomas Boswell as Himself | Donald Hall (1) as Himself | Bill Lee (4) as Himself | Daniel Okrent as Himself | Buck O'neil as Himself
Director: Ken Burns