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Chris Myers

  • Mar 28, 1959 (age 60)
  • 6' 4" (1.93 m)
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2015
Premier Boxing Champions
TV ShowMar 13, 2015

Premier Boxing Champions

Premier Boxing Champions released.
2014
MLB Whiparound
TV ShowMar 31, 2014

MLB Whiparound

FS1 enters the MLB live look in game with this new series. …
FS1 enters the MLB live look in game with this new series. MLB Whiparound gets viewers caught up with the night in baseball.
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2011
The 10
TV ShowFeb 8, 2011

The 10

A fast-paced list program, highlighting the best of the …
A fast-paced list program, highlighting the best of the best from the world of NASCAR.
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Piers Morgan Live
TV ShowJan 17, 2011

Piers Morgan Live

Piers Morgan Live (formerly known as Piers Morgan Tonight) is …
Piers Morgan Live (formerly known as Piers Morgan Tonight) is a talk show that was hosted by Piers Morgan and broadcast on CNN. The show premiered on January 17, 2011, and filled the former Larry King Live timeslot. It was announced as cancelled on February 23, 2014, after a continuous drop in ratings, and broadcast its last episode on March 28, 2014.
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2004
BCS Selection Show
TV ShowDec 5, 2004

BCS Selection Show

BCS Selection Show released.
ESPN 25: Who's #1?
TV ShowJun 15, 2004

ESPN 25: Who's #1?

ESPN25: Who's #1? was designed to glitz up the 25th …
ESPN25: Who's #1? was designed to glitz up the 25th anniversary of a network that permanently altered sports journalism and sports in general. Their mission was to present, in crude cinema verité form, the good, bad, and ugly that have left its fingerprints in the sporting community since ESPN debuted September 7, 1979. All the lists are limited to ESPN's first quarter-century and thus are frozen in place.
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2003
Center Court
TV ShowJun 22, 2003

Center Court

One-on-one interviews with tennis players past and present.
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2001
Rat Race
MovieJul 30, 2001

Rat Race

Donald Sinclair owns the biggest, snazziest, flashiest, high …
Donald Sinclair owns the biggest, snazziest, flashiest, high rolling-est casino in Las Vegas. And to entertain some of his wealthiest patrons, he's staged the most original high stakes game that Sin City has ever seen! The contestants? Six teams. The jackpot? Two million dollars stuffed in a locker hundreds of miles away. The odds of winning? One in six. The rules? Well there's only one--get there first! What the racers don't know is that the tycoon and his rich buddies are betting on the outcome and are tracking every move the teams make. It's only a matter of time before they figure out who really stands to win the most before switching course to look for a different kind of pay-off.
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The Test
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TV ShowApr 23, 2001

The Test

Celebrities and viewers dare to answer burning moral …
Celebrities and viewers dare to answer burning moral questions like, "Do you think cybersex is cheating?" Or, "Would you lie to keep your kid out of jail?"
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NASCAR on Fox
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TV ShowFeb 11, 2001

NASCAR on Fox

Fox NASCAR, also known as NASCAR on Fox, is the …
Fox NASCAR, also known as NASCAR on Fox, is the branding used for broadcasts of NASCAR races produced by Fox Sports and have aired on the Fox network in the United States since 2001. Speed, a motorsports-focused cable channel owned by Fox, began broadcasting NASCAR-related events in February 2002, with its successor Fox Sports 1 taking over Fox Sports' cable event coverage rights when that network replaced Speed in August 2013. Throughout its run, Fox's coverage of NASCAR has won thirteen Emmy Awards.
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1997
The Eighteenth Angel
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MovieDec 6, 1997

The Eighteenth Angel

Mythology and religious dogma are slowly revealed when an …
Mythology and religious dogma are slowly revealed when an attractive young woman is approached by a modeling agency that pulls her into an underworld of priests that are not Christian but ...
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1996
Arli$$
TV ShowAug 10, 1996

Arli$$

Arliss (rendered in its logo as Arli$$) is an American sitcom …
Arliss (rendered in its logo as Arli$$) is an American sitcom about a sports agent. The series premiered on HBO in 1996 and ended in 2002. All episodes were available for streaming on HBO Now, HBO Go and HBO On Demand as of September 14, 2018.
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1995
Murder One
TV ShowSep 19, 1995

Murder One

Murder One is an American legal drama television series that …
Murder One is an American legal drama television series that first aired on the ABC network in the United States in 1995. The series was created by Steven Bochco, Charles H. Eglee, and Channing Gibson.
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1994
NFL on FOX
TV ShowSep 4, 1994

NFL on FOX

Fox NFL (also known as NFL on Fox) is the branding used for …
Fox NFL (also known as NFL on Fox) is the branding used for broadcasts of National Football League (NFL) games produced by Fox Sports and televised on the Fox Broadcasting Company (Fox). Game coverage is usually preceded by the pre-game shows Fox NFL Kickoff and Fox NFL Sunday and is followed on most weeks by post-game show The OT. The latter two shows feature the same studio hosts and analysts for both programs, who also contribute to the former. In weeks when Fox airs a doubleheader, the late broadcast (which airs nationwide in nearly all markets, there typically being only one or two games taking place at the time) airs under the brand America's Game of the Week.
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1959
Chris Myers
BirthMarch 1959

Chris Myers

Chris Myers was born.
1947
World Series
TV ShowSep 30, 1947

World Series

Major League Baseball's Championship Series. Each …
Major League Baseball's Championship Series. Each year the American League Champion and the National League Champion meet in a best-of-seven series. Since 2003, the League that wins the July All-Star Game is awarded home field advantage and hosts Games 1, 2, 6 and 7, the latter two if necessary. The first World Series was played in 1903. The first televised World Series was played in 1947, which is the point at which this guide begins. . The editor would like to gratefully acknowledge Baseball-Reference.com, from which much of the historical box score and play-by-play information is derived. Additional sources of information are Retrosheet.org, Baseball-Almanac.com, Yahoo! Sports, and The Sporting News' 2007 Complete Baseball Record Book, online edition. The complete rosters, including the players who did not play in any games, are largely from the reference book The World Series: Complete Play-By-Play of Every Game, 1903-1989. This information could not be found anywhere on the else on the web. Information post-1989 was compiled from the Google News Archives.
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