DVD Details

A "behind the scenes" look at major league baseball through the eyes of a major league ballplayer all in COLOR and complete with narration later provided by former Washington Senators and Cleveland Indians star outfielder, George Case Jr (Wikipedia).

This is a very rare look at major league baseball during the years immediately prior to WWII and concluding in 1946, a year after the end of the war. This is what life was like in the major leagues - not from a fan’s perspective, not from a newsreel, but from a ballplayer’s view.

You’ll see President Franklin D. Roosevelt "throwing out the first ball," at least 15 future Hall of Famer’s in their playing days including Ted Williams, Joe DiMaggio, Hank Greenberg, Bill Dickey, Jimmie Foxx, Lefty Grove, spring training, bus rides, train travel, pre-game promotions, club house scenes and the life of a major league baseball player. ENJOY!