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'91 and '92 Braves

I've been a Braves fan ever since 1988. Through good times and bad times they have always been my team and when I die I will die a Braves fan. But the '91 and '92 Braves were probably my favorite teams with the '91 team probably being my overall favorite. Why? Well besides the obvious Worst to First finish and arguably the greatest World Series ever played, it was the year I finally got my dad to sit down and watch a Braves game with me. For three years he never could figure out why I would spend three hours a day, roughly 120 days a year, watching a bunch of guys attempt to hit a baseball that's coming at them at 90+ MPH. So finally in the Summer of '91 my old man, having nothing else to do, sits down on the couch beside me. Of course I had the Braves game on. From then on he was hooked. It was only a few weeks later he knew more about Steve Avery, John Smoltz, Tom Glavine, Mark Lemke than I did. He knew the roster up and down and who was sceduled to pitch the next day. I was very impressed with my dad that he had learned so much about the Braves in such a short time. He fell for them just as hard as I did. But in '94 he lost a lot of interest because of the strike shortened season. Like a lot of us he was heartbroken. And that brings me to my purpose of this post. Is there or is there not a video of the '91 and '92 season? Like a year in review/highlight video of those two seasons? That was a very special time in my childhood and if these videos exist I would love to own a copy. Maybe me and my dear old dad could sit down and watch the Lemmer and Avery and Smoltz and Glavine and Gant and Justice and Olsen and Belliard again...for old times sake.

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