|This classic game is elevated by the television play-by-play of legendary Mel Allen and young Vin Scully plus for the first time ever the radio play-by-play of Bob Wolf is included as an alternative baseball bonus track. Three Hall of Fame announcers providing coverage of a singularly historic event! Six Yankees Perfect Games and No Hitters now available on DVD!|
DISC 1: October 8, 1956– Don Larsen's Perfect Game, 1956 World Series Game 5: This remarkable record is a time-capsule of baseball from a different era. Stunning, riveting – perfect--with play-by play from Mel Allen, Vin Scully, and a bonus audio track – Bob Wolff's radio call.
DISC 2: July 4, 1983 – Dave Righetti's No-hitter: Righetti's no-hit gem in the sweltering heat against the rival Boston Red Sox announced by broadcast legend Mel Allen sparkled like an Independence Day fireworks display.
DISC 3: September 4, 1993 - Jim Abbott's No-hitter: Of all the no-hitters ever thrown at Yankee Stadium, perhaps none was more unforeseen or inspirational.
DISC 4: May 14, 1996 – Dwight Gooden's No-hitter: His improbable no-hitter punctuated his remarkable return to Baseball and the city he had electrified a decade earlier setting an historic Yankees season into motion.
DISC 5: May 17, 1998 – David Wells' Perfect Game: On an equally perfect spring Sunday, David Wells, a lover of baseball history, made history as he became the 15th man to pitch a perfect game.
DISC 6: July 18, 1999 – David Cone's Perfect Game: The perfect final disc: The day began with a perfect salute to the past as Don Larsen threw the ceremonial first pitch to Yogi Berra. The day ended with David Cone finishing the third perfect game at Yankee Stadium - another intersection of Yankees heroics past and present.
Bonus-Abbott/Righetti Segment from "Unhittable" DVD; Wells/Larsen/Cone Segment from "Unhittable" DVD; Don Larsen on his Perfect Game in Game 5 of the 1956 World Series; Dwight Gooden on his 1996 No-Hitter; David Wells on his 1998 Perfect Game; David Cone on his 1999 Perfect Game; Dwight Gooden Day Ceremony at City Hall in 1996; David Wells Day Ceremony at City Hall in 1998
Run time: 13h 4m + extras