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In this NFL Super Bowl XXXIX DVD the New England Patriots win their third consecutive Super Bowl title making them only the second team in history to do so. Watch three hours of amazing highlights and behind-the-scenes action as the New England Patriots take the title from the Philadelphia Eagles. The New England Patriots DVD is must-have for any sports fan who loves the art of the game. With the NFL Super Bowl XXXIX DVD featuring the New England Patriots you'll own the most anticipated and watched sporting event of the year. It comes complete with highlights from the regular season playoffs and the big game itself. The New England Patriots DVD features Super Bowl XXXIX that was played on February 6 2005 at the Alltel Stadium in Jacksonville Florida. The AFC champion New England Patriots defeated the NFC champion Philadelphia Eagles and became the first team since the '97–'98 Denver Broncos to win consecutive Super Bowls. New England also became the second team in history to win three Super Bowls in four years. The 2005 release will contain over 3 full hours of Super Bowl coverage and behind-the-scenes action. Buy an NFL Super Bowl XXXIX DVD that will excite as you relive the Patriots' third consecutive Super Bowl win when they trounce the 2004 Eagles in this amazing retrospective.
UPC: 012569691650
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UPC: 075679088529
High Beam Headlight Relay Kit High Beam Headlight Relay Kit; S/T 10/15 Headlight Relay ('98 & Up) ; PPP 30823;This kit will increase the intensity and improve the spread pattern by keeping all four lights on when in high beam mode.; For 1998 and later Chevy S10 and GMC T15 Painless Wiring Painless Wiring High Beam Headlight Relay Kit - 30823 30823 Headlight Relay
Painless Wiring P/N: 30823
American International Cdk640 Radio Installation Kit For '98 & Up Chrysler - Manufacturer: American International - Mfg Part Number: cdk640 - Condition: New - Packaging: Retail
UPC: 012339006400
American International P/N: cdk640
At its best, baseball calls on a wide array of subtle skills, rewarding the teams that know how to play the game better than their opponents over the long 162-game season. Whitey Herzog learned those skills under the tutelage of Cesey Stengel in the Yankees' training camps of the 1950s: how to take a lead; which side of the cutoff man to aim for; when to take an extra base depending on whether the outfielder throws left-handed or right-handed; the best ways to turn or prevent a double play. These little things might make a difference in two or three games over the course of a season, but two or three wins are often what separates a pennant winner from the pack. As Whitey would personally learn playing alongside greats like Roger Maris and Yogi Berra - and managing players like George Brett, Darrell Porter, and Ozzie Smith - baseball should reward such attention to detail. That inside knowledge can create the chance for a less physically awesome team to beat its imposing adversaries - and what is more satisfying in sports than David toppling Goliath thorough skill and guile? But in the modern game, Herzog argues, players don't learn these skills, and the game no longer rewards them if they do. Expanded playoffs mean that more teams reach the postseason, so excellence over 162 games is less important than ever before. Players know that their agents will negotiate salaries based on their home runs, batting averages, and RBI counts; why learn the parts of the game that don't show up in the box scores? The richest teams can bash their way into the playoffs by signing the players they need to play a power game at bat and on the mound. The free-agent draft deemphasizes good scouting, and the bonuses being paid to untested rookies further widen the gap between rich and poor. For the majority of teams, the season is over before it's begun; their economic circumstances won't let them play the only style you can win with today. But it would be wrong to lump Herzog in with the crowd that says things can never be as good as they used to be. Outrageous, through-provoking, candid, and laugh-out-loud funny, You're Missin' a Great Game celebrates the game of baseball as it was, and as it can be again. For all the fans revitalized by the excitement and glamour of the home-run chase and the barrier-breaking '98 season, Whitey Herzog shows how - with some intelligent planning and attention to the virtues of the game - baseball's best days can and should be still ahead of us.
ISBN: 1-4165-5205-7
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