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A post-strike spot for the Seattle Mariners baseball team is a dead-on parody of Ken Burns' acclaimed 1994 documentary "Baseball." A conspiracy-minded historian compares the similarity between Babe Ruth and Mariners slugger Ken Griffey Jr. "Ruth played for New York; Griffey has been to New York. And like Griffey, Ruth often wore his cap backwards ....well, not in this picture."

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