Friday, September 10, 2004
Three years ago, the world came to a halt when terrorists attacked the U.S. In the weeks following the attacks, people tried to find some normalcy in their lives, something to be happy about, a way to move forward.
In 2001, the Yankees gave New York something to smile about.Now, HBO's moving documentary "Nine Innings From Ground Zero" tells the story of how baseball gave Americans, especially the citizens of New York City, a way to recapture the pride and sense of play that seemed to be lost in the rubble of 9/11.
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