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Ken Burns’ Baseball streaming free on

Ken Burns and PBS have teamed up to stream the legendary documentary series for free

Larry Doby Posing with Baseball Bat

If you’re looking for something to do for the next month-plus while you’re stuck at home without sports, Ken Burns and PBS are offering the original nine-part documentary series “Baseball” for free at

You’ve probably already seen it by now, but if you somehow haven’t or just haven’t seen it in a while, it makes for some spectacular background noise or binge-worthy material late at night when you’d normally be watching someone throw a ball at something.

It has certainly aged, given that it was recorded in 1994, but if you want a nostalgic trip through the sport narrated by the dulcet tones of John Chancellor, you can’t go wrong. I’d say it’s a good excuse to invite some friends over and watch, but, y’know. Please don’t.

From what I can tell, it doesn’t include the “10th inning” parts 10 and 11 that were made in 2010, so nothing about PEDs, Ichiro’s arrival, or the McGwire-Sosa home run race. All 11 episodes are available through Amazon Prime Streaming, though.