Lost Treasures

Season 3 Episode 1

There Used to Be a Ball Park (1)

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Aired Unknown Jun 26, 2001 on ESPN Classic
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There Used to Be a Ball Park (1)
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NFL Films was witness to the implosion of Three Rivers Stadium on February 11, 2001. They also filmed some demolition shots of Baltimore's Memorial Stadium. Ex-players, fans, a bandleader, and grounds crew recall their memories of how these stadiums were perfectly suited to the Baltimore Colts and the Pittsburgh Steeler dynasty.moreless

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    Roy Blount Jr.

    Roy Blount Jr.

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    Guest Star

    Myron Cope

    Myron Cope

    WTAE Announcer

    Guest Star

    Jack Fleming

    Jack Fleming

    WTAE Announcer

    Guest Star

    Ed Sabol

    Ed Sabol

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Memorial Stadium in Baltimore actually opened in 1954, which means that Steve Sabol's opening gambit on "66 years of football history" (between Memorial and Three Rivers Stadiums) is toned down to 63.

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      • This was the first Lost Treasures of NFL Films episode to have closed-captioning in its first broadcast. In subsequent years, ESPN Classic paid for almost all previous programs to have closed-captioning as well, though whether any of this reached the two-hour Pottstown Revisited episode is uncertain.

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