Yes, you still have time to enter our contest to get a free copy of the Minnesota Twins 1991 World Series Collector’s DVD set. And if you want to cover your bases, there are a few other blog sites with contests going for the same prize:
- Diamond Centric / Over the Baggy
- Puckett’s Pond
- NoDak Twins Fan
- Platoon Advantage
- Babes Love Baseball
- Puckett’s Pond
Of course, as everyone here knows, baseball is never predictable no matter how well you cover your bases – the only game you know the ending for is the one played before today. So, if you just can’t wait to get your hands on a DVD collection of one of the best World Series ever played (understandable), you’re in LUCK! A&E TV has assembled the entire collection plus a highlight DVD!
It is officially available to the public for sale TODAY for $69.95 for the Collection!
I am so excited to have had a sneak peek! Since it was an off-day for the Twins anyway, the first thing I did was throw in game one to see if they had any of the pregame celebrations from the game I was able to attend. My high school marching band actually performed during the pregame and I would have gotten a double joy if it was there but I didn’t expect ANY pregame stuff. Guess what? Right there under Scene Selections was a listing for Pregame! They didn’t have the marching band but they had just about everything else including the National Anthem by Gladys Knight that I had completely forgotten about. I spent the whole first DVD trying to remember where I was sitting and if I remembered little things that happened and the next hit… AMAZING nostalgia and I was shocked by what I remembered and what I had forgotten from 20 years ago. If you were lucky enough to attend any of that series, you’ll find yourself doing the same thing. If you weren’t able to attend, the energy from each game is palpable. Yes, you know what’s supposed to happen but you’ll be sitting on the edge of your seat anyway. You can’t help it. This really was an unforgettable baseball experience.
In 1991, the Minnesota Twins beat the Atlanta Braves in seven grueling – and unforgettable — games to capture their second World Series championship since moving to The North Star State in 1961. Now, catch every historic moment of this championship series with THE MINNESOTA TWINS 1991 WORLD SERIES COLLECTOR’S EDITION, a handsomely packaged 7-disc set. Packed with bonus footage and all seven games in their entirety, this is sure to be a must get for not only Twins fans, but baseball fans everywhere as the Twins get set to commemorate the 20th anniversary of this milestone series.
Was it really the greatest Fall Classic ever? Five games were decided by one run. Four of the games were won on the very last plate appearance. Three games went extra innings. Two managers played a seven-game chess match. One run was scored in the Game 7, 10-inning masterpiece. Add in Kirby Puckett’s Game 6 for the ages, a power-hitting third base tandem, Kent Hrbek providing a lift at first, a rookie rising above the tension, veteran power, clutch pitching led by the wizened Jack Morris, plus a relentless and dynamic Atlanta Braves team –and yes, it was the Greatest World Series ever played. This beautifully-packaged seven-DVD collection contains every pitch, hit, sterling defensive play, and ear-popping Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome memory along with each glorious Minnesota Twins 1991 World Series championship moment. The collection displays the heroics of Dan Gladden, Gene Larkin, Chuck Knoblauch, Chili Davis and Brian Harper, plus the steadying leadership of Manager Tom Kelly. A special DVD audio feature allows fans to watch the World Series television broadcast and listen to the Twins Radio Network announcers! Yes, it was the greatest World Series and the proof is in the seven games digitally preserved in this DVD trophy.
Also available is a highlight collection called Magic in Minnesota for $19.95.
MAGIC IN MINNESOTA: REMEMBERING THE 1991 WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP revels in the mesmerizing masterpiece of Jack Morris’ 1-0, 10-inning Game 7 and Kirby Puckett’s unbelievable heroics in Game 6. This commemorative DVD, timed to the Twins’ 20th Anniversary celebration, salutes the contributions of superstars, support players, and the deafening, intimidating Minnesota Twins fans who electrified the Metrodome like never before and includes extensive game highlights and interviews with two-time World Champions manager Tom Kelly, Kent Hrbek, Gene Larkin, Dan Gladden, and John Gordon. As an exclusive bonus, the DVD also includes footage such as the final outs from four Twins 1991 ALCS victories plus the celebration footage after winning the 1991 American League Pennant; a vintage 1991 Minnesota Twins commercial; the footage of the ‘91 Twins meeting the President at the White House and Kirby Puckett’s Hall of Fame induction speech.
MAGIC IN MINNESOTA is more than just another film about just another championship team. It’s about the Twins – your Twins – and perhaps the greatest World Series of all time.
If the DVD collections of the baseball games aren’t enough for you, the Twins have a couple other things put together to honor the 20th Anniversary: a Jack Morris MVP autographed baseball and limited edition print by Karl Jaeger.
To commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the 1991 World Series championship team, the Twins have released an autographed Jack Morris “1991 World Series MVP” baseball and a 1991 World Series Print for sale with a portion of the proceeds to benefit the Twins Community Fund.
The 20th Anniversary of the Twins 1991 World Series triumph over the Atlanta Braves holds special significance for legendary pitcher Jack Morris. In Game 7 of that series, “Black” Jack pitched a complete game shutout in what many have called one of the most thrilling World Series finishes in history. To celebrate the anniversary of this milestone, the Minnesota Twins and Jack Morris have created an exclusive series of autographed baseballs to commemorate the event.
Jack Morris has signed 1,000 baseballs with his name and the notation, “1991 World Series MVP.” Each baseball carries the special 20th anniversary logo created by the Twins and is numbered from 1 to 1,000. Jack Morris will sign no other baseballs with that notation. For $91, you can own one of these baseballs and a piece of World Series history.
The 1991 World Series print (a part of the Minnesota Twins Memories series) was created with colored pencils by local artist Karl Jaeger. This fine art print captures the memories and finest moments from one of the greatest World Series in baseball history.
The 1991 World Series prints are available in a variety of styles including a limited edition canvas giclee, fine art paper prints, as well as an autographed version signed by Tom Kelly, Dan Gladden, Kent Hrbek, Gene Larkin, and Jack Morris.
More than anything, watching the DVD series reminded me how much I would really, really, really like to see something like this happen again. This is the ultimate experience for players, managers and fans alike. It’s time boys. 20 years is long enough to wait!