Found December 05, 2013 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Kevin Millar
TEAMS: Boston Red Sox
Available on DVD and Blu-ray in stores throughout New England beginning Thursday, December 12 Band of Bearded Brothers is narrated by former Red Sox™ first baseman and 2004 World Series® champion Kevin Millar. With exclusive, behind-the-scenes footage and never-before-seen highlights, the film showcases how the 2013 Boston Red Sox™ overcame adversities and developed into a personality-driven, resilient team. This 81-minute film — produced by Major League Baseball Productions in association with NESN, the official network of the Boston Red Sox — provides untold stories that formed this team’s unique identity and helped restore the faith of Red Sox Nation™. Relive every walk-off home run and many of the thrilling come-from-behind victories. The film includes exclusive in-game player commentary. Experience how the collective efforts of these Band of Bearded Brothers led to the Red Sox third World Series® victory in ten years and another memorable championship parade. Filed under: Bosto...
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