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(YouTube) Video In 1982, NBC was broadcasting Brewers vs Red Sox at old Fenway Park when the power went out in the middle of the ninth. As someone in the NBC truck yelled "I got nothing," legendary director Harry Coyle called on Mario   ( divider line
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Harry Coyle -- The greatest baseball director of all time

Director Harry Coyle (1922-1996) pioneered the look of baseball on television. He directed 36 World Series over a 42 year career.

This footage is from 1982 at Fenway Park when the NBC truck lost power and only one camera was available to finish the game.

Harry didn't panic.

Recorded in 1982 by Rick Reed

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