Burns on Baseball.

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The legendary documentary filmmaker, Ken Burns, came to speak at The Sun newsroom for the second time in several years.

He discussed his upcoming documentary, “The Tenth Inning,” a sequel to his successful 1994 documentary, “Baseball.” He also shared his thoughts on the most pressing issues that currently pervade Major League Baseball.

It was difficult to narrow this video down because everything he said was extremely insightful and well-delivered. It was a pleasure listening to his opinions, and I was impressed by his knowledge of the game and his ability to provide specific dates and statistics.

Here’s some highlights from his talk.