Sometimes when the batter hit a ball into the deep outfield, the player in the booth would comment that it would have gone for extra bases in a real game, to which Scott replied that "on.
"Home Run Derby 1960: a different perspective".
Home Run Derby it's nothing but an out".
Scott took him up on it, speaking into the microphone sotto voce, similar to a bowling or golf announcer, whenever Mays stepped up to the plate.
In the summer of 2007, MGM Home Entertainment (with distribution by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, which is owned by the same company that owns the current over-the-air home of the MLB, the Fox Broadcasting Company ) began to release the 1960 series on three.
Espn staged a revival of the show in 1989.