They could be any pair of suburban dads whose kids have grown up and left the house, maybe out for a casual stroll after a morning on the links. Bill Buckner and Mookie Wilson, though both more than 25 years removed from their final seasons in Major League Baseball, still look to be at their playing weights. They caught up one weekday afternoon late last month, some 30 yards from a busy horde of camerapersons and lighting technicians and producers and directors prepping to shoot the ex-ballplayers in a new postseason world series of fighting 30 live stream for MLB Network. Never mind that the game was already tied thanks to a Bob Stanley wild pitch moments before, or that there was a whole Game 7 still to play, or that Wilson might have beaten Buckner to the bag anyway. The play lives forever in baseball infamy, and Buckner, who played parts of 22 seasons and tallied 2, career hits, is now known mostly as the man who let the World Series slip through his wickets.
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