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Written by Maury Brown   
Wednesday, 14 October 2009 11:33

In a continuation of their "This is Beyond Baseball" series, MLB will air a new 30 second ad which premiers on TBS with tomorrow's LCS game between the Dodgers and the Phillies (and on Friday with the Yankees/Angels game on FOX).

The ad called "Beyond a Childhood Dream" features childhood images of Derek Jeter, Jered Weaver, James Loney, and Jimmy Rollins along with current footage.

See the ad in ad in advance below:

Source: Major League Baseball


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