23 Incredible New Additions To MLB’s Video Archive

Hopefully, you weren’t planning on doing anything productive this weekend.

MLB, which normally lords over its video content like they were classified CIA documents — just try finding something on YouTube! — has just added hundreds of incredible archived clips to its main database. Here are some gems, but there are plenty more where these came from.

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1. Michael Sergio parachuting onto the Shea Stadium field during the 1986 World Series.

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2. Darryl Strawberry hitting the top of Olympic Stadium with a home run in 1998.

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3. Paul O’Neill miraculously kicking the ball back onto the infield in 1989.

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4. Bo Jackson running up the outfield wall in 1990.

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5. Rey Ordoñez making an out at home from his knees on Opening Day 1996.

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Side note: I was at this game with my father, and this clip — while magnificent — still doesn’t do the play justice.

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6. Roberto Clemente’s home run in Game 7 of the 1971 World Series.

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7. Bobby Murcer’s pinch-hit grand slam on Opening Day 1981.

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8. David Cone’s perfect game at Yankee Stadium in 1999.

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9. Pedro Martinez’s throwdown of Yankees coach Don Zimmer in 2003.

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10. Benny Agbayani’s walkoff home run in Game 3 of the 2000 NLDS.

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11. Pete Rose tying Ty Cobb’s career record for hits in 1985.

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12. Albert Pujols’s first career home run in 2001.

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13. Roger Clemens beaning Mike Piazza in 2000.

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14. Barry Bonds’s first career “splash hit” in 2000.

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15. Will Clark and Ozzie Smith coming to blows in 1988.

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16. Fernando Valenzuela’s no-hitter against St. Louis in 1990.

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17. The Oakland A’s winning their 20th straight game in 2002.

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If you’ve seen (or read) Moneyball, then you know how this one ends.

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18. Dwight Evans’s game-saving catch in the 1975 World Series.

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19. Manny Ramirez hitting one into the fifth deck in Toronto in 2001.

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20. Ken Griffey Jr.’s first career hit in 1989.

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21. Greg Maddux of the Chicago Cubs getting his first career win in 1986.

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22. J.T. Snow’s pinch-hit, three-run, game-tying home run in the bottom of the ninth during the 2000 NLDS.

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23. Tommy Lasorda falling down, going boom during the 2001 All-Star Game.

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