Chicago Cubs: 2016 World Series: The Complete Game 7 (Ultimate Edition) [Blu-ray]
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The definitive 2016 World Series Game 7 is presented in its entirety, preserving the complete, unedited footage of the game for which Chicago Cubs fans had been waiting 108 years! .
The Cubs came back from a 3-games-to-1 World Series deficit to end years of frustration, but it was no easy feat. The winner-take-all Game 7 featured drama and tension throughout, including two ties and an extra frame of baseball. In the eighth, Rajai Davis of the Indians erased the Cubs lead with a 2-run home run which sent the game to extras and Cubs fans to hysteria. A 17-minute rain delay washed away the panic, then World Series MVP Ben Zobrist smacked an RBI double for the lead and Miguel Montero singled in Anthony Rizzo for a 2-run cushion that would be sorely needed as the Indians would not go quietly in the tenth. .
Game 7 will go down as one of the most epic in baseball history: four hours, 28 minutes of stomach-churning drama that mercifully ended a drought and changed history.
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Bad: Case arrived with a small crack. Poor printing of the inner-facing insert (misaligned as shown in picture). If I could exchange it down the street, I would, but it's not worth the effort to mail back and track. Each inning's intro and outro are clipped off, just kind of annoying. Appears like shoddy work, but Cubs fans will see past it.
If you research this, you'll discover information as to why this is released as is.
Game 7 of the blu-ray collector's 8 disc set times out at 3 hours 40 minutes and change.
Chicago Cubs 2016 World Series Collector's Edition [Blu-ray]
Game 7 of the ultimate edition blu-ray reportedly times out at 4 hours 28 minutes and change.
The hardcore fan and collector may want both as the ultimate edition contains everything that was broadcast (minus commercials) including the rain delay, meaning un-edited programming, unlike the game 7 blu-ray collector's set.
Double-dipping? Perhaps, but that's a matter of opinion (and marketing and licensing).