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Oct 14, 2001 | 3:16 PM EDT

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Does a baseball team that is down by a score of 14 to 2 in the 7th inning have any prayer of winning? If history or experience is your judge, then the answer is no.

On Sunday, August 5th, 2001, the Seattle Mariners were on their way to a record setting season of 116 wins, and they had the Cleveland Indians down by 12 runs with just a handfull of outs left to get. The score was so high, many of the starters on both teams were lifted from the game for much needed rest. It was inconceivable that the Mariners would not take another win away on this Sunday evening.

You don't have to be an Indians fan to enjoy the final innings of this game. You don't even have to be a baseball fan to be inspired by it. Take a listen and look at the impossible return.

I have fixed several bugs, intro and conclusionary music, animated the base-runners, and added player photos since the first release of this movie.

Credit John Williams for the music: Saving Private Ryan & The Natural, and credit Tom Hamilton, WTAM, The Cleveland Indians, & Major League Baseball for the radio play-by-play.

Reviews


markpaz455markpaz455

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 26, 2005

good job

speechless



sikraptorsikraptor

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars September 13, 2002

IM A HUGE BASEBALL FAN

I like baseball so much and finally people are starting to realize what its about. i saw that game on espn.



MrtymeMrtyme

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars October 28, 2004

that was great

that day was awsome i am not really a dir heart indian fan but but game was so amazing to watch.



prince-skywalkerprince-skywalker

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars October 24, 2001

Innovative!

Haven't seen anything like this on NG before.



MI4-REAL-2001MI4-REAL-2001

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 8, 2002

A baseball miracle

It looks like you put a ton of effort into this. Great job at capturing this miracle in baseball!!!!

Great job with adding the continue buttons to go at your own pace. That was worth extra points from me on top of the high score I already gave you.