Watch a cool baseball video from the 1970s and 80s

Watch a clip from the late 1970s, the 1980s, and the 1990s that looks like it came straight out of the 1970, 1980, and 1990s, when baseballs were still cool.

The video, by the legendary sports videographer Dave Smith, shows the Giants and the Dodgers playing a game in the late 70s, while the announcer tells the story of the game.

The game, which was played at the Polo Grounds in Chicago, is described as a “pretty close contest” between the Giants’ Willie Mays and the Phillies’ Lou Gehrig.

Mays hit a home run and Gehrig made a diving catch.

Smith, who was a professional photographer and videographer, was known for capturing the best images from the 1960s through the 1980, as well as some from the 1990’s.

Here’s the video: The video was published in the December 1995 issue of The Sport Blog, an online publication that covers the world of sports.

The story is not about a player, but about the sport itself.

Smith says he shot the video as part of a project that he and his wife started after they moved to Chicago.

“We’ve been trying to get this thing off the ground for some time,” Smith said.

“I think we’ve gotten it on the ground because we’re a big fan of the sport.”

The story also highlights some of the other cool moments that appeared in the video.

In the early 1970s there was a baseball game played in a ball park at Yankee Stadium.

In those days, the ball was about two inches thick and had a rubber ball and rubber-coated rubber ball padding, with the ball being played in the outfield.

Smith and his crew went to a ball game in Miami in the early 1980s and shot this amazing video of a game played there.

The ball in question was a black ball that the Miami Marlins had at the time.

The Marlins won the game 6-1, thanks to a home-run hit by Willie Mandy.

Smith said that the ball is now on display at the Marlins’ museum in the Miami Museum of Art.

Smith also said that his film is a great reminder of baseball’s early history.

“A lot of these baseball moments were really cool,” Smith told The Sport Book.

“The game at Yankee is the most amazing example.

There’s a baseball field, there’s a stadium, and you can see the ball and the pitch.

And it’s just a great game.

And I think that’s the key.”