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The Official Archives of Major League Baseball

The Major League Baseball Productions library currently houses more than 100,000 hours of material dating back 100 years. It includes 140,000 volumes encompassing 90 World Series, 40 All-Star Games, 62 No-Hitters, and 20 members of the 500-home run club hitting their 500th home run. Famous clips include: Henry Aaron's record-breaking 715th home run, Lou Gehrig's farewell speech, footage of Babe Ruth during his famous called shot at-bat, Carl Hubbell striking out five future Hall of Famers in the 1934 All-Star Game, and Branch Rickey talking about making Jackie Robinson the first African-American to play in the Major Leagues in the modern era.

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