Watch The Trailer For The ESPN Documentary About The Day Osama Bin Laden Was Killed [VIDEO]

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ESPN is airing a segment on “Outside The Lines” about the day Osama Bin Laden was killed.

The plot of the film, simply titled “May 1, 2011”, according to ESPN is:

Five years ago this Sunday, an early spring baseball game between division rivals the NY Mets and Philadelphia Phillies, turned into something so much more. It was a tight game into the 9th inning when something out of the ordinary happened. There was a buzz among fans which grew to a crescendo that even the players felt. And none of it had to do with the action taking place on the field. The story of what happened in that game on May 1, 2011, is told by the people who were there – players, fans, and broadcasters – including David Wright, Jimmy Rollins, Bobby Valentine and Dan Shulman. And a special appearance by President Barack Obama with his memories of that night. A night that transcended sports, united bitter rivals, fans and game broadcasters in an unforgettable way. Bob Ley hosts.

The documentary will air tomorrow night at 10 PM EST. (SLIDESHOW: These Gorgeous Women Love Baseball)


OTL on E:60 May 1, 2011 from E:60 on Vimeo.

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