Favorite baseball movie

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A Few Good Men
My Blue Heaven
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@SaveFarris said in Favorite baseball movie:

A Few Good Men
My Blue Heaven
Traffic

Haha, I love My Blue Heaven.

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The Sandlot is good but much better there are.
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Field of Dreams
Bull Durham
The Natural Extended version
A League of their Own
Moneyball
Eight Men Out
For Love of the Game
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The Rookie
Mr Baseball
Major League
Pride of the Yankees

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Eight Men out
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Bull Durham
Field of Dreams
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The natural
Moneyball
For the love of the Game
A League of their Own
Sandlot
Bleacher Bums
The Scout
The Rookie
Rookie of the year
All baseball movies

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Angels in the outfield with Trouble With the curve and moneyball a close second and third

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1: the natural
2: eight men out
3: field of dreams

Honorable mention Bull Durum

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The OG 1970s Bad News Bears.

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1948 The Babe Ruth story, nothing beats one actor playing the babe from when he was 18 until his death

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This is tuff because there should be different baseball movie categories!! Humor! Serious! Romance and so on!

Hard to put a true number 1!

Field of dreams! Is the perfect father son baseball movie! It's near perfect!

The natural is a true dont give up on your dreams!

Major league is a perfect blend of humor and rooting for the underdog story of nobody once was players! Great movie! Great fun.

The sandlot is a great kid movie with a simple story of the love of baseball growing up! Playing sports with your best friends!

Bull Durham might be my favorite baseball movie! Cause I love the hot shot rookie pitcher and the aging old catcher who both need each other to grow and finish there career! It's got romance! Humor but it's just a great baseball movie looking at how it is to be in the minor leagues!

I also love true baseball movies like 8 men out! About the white sox taking money to throw the world series

Mr baseball I also love that movie so much!

Little big league also love this movie! It's a bit far fetched! But has a great story and good message !

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Or baseball scene, naked gun all the way

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The rookie with Dennis Quaid is also an awesome true story !! About jim morris I think was his name

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Sandlot and the Natural for sure

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Field Of Dreams
A League Of Their Own
Bull Durham
Eight Men Out

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For the Love of the Game. ———Billy Chapel and his quest for perfection against the Yankees. And I really love how they had Vin Scully do the calls for the movie. Chapel pitches against time, against age, against ending, and uses his old arm to "push the sun back into the sky and give us one more day of summer."

That movie is king, but my other favs include Bull Durham, The Natural, and... Fever Pitch. "Johnny Daaamon! You got the sweetest rear in the league!"

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Bull Durham
Pride of the Yankees
Bad News Bears

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@high-heat-27 said in Favorite baseball movie:

The rookie with Dennis Quaid is also an awesome true story !! About jim morris I think was his name

I love that movie.

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@Ikasnu said in Favorite baseball movie:

The fact not a single one of you said The Sandlot is the best baseball movie ever sickens me. The Sandlot is THE best baseball move ever, bar none. Fact.

/thread.

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@nflman2033 said in Favorite baseball movie:

@Ikasnu said in Favorite baseball movie:

The fact not a single one of you said The Sandlot is the best baseball movie ever sickens me. The Sandlot is THE best baseball move ever, bar none. Fact.

Fact, I was older than all the kids when that movie came out, if i was a few years younger, i may have liked it more.

I'm an 80s kid not a 90's kid.

I like it, but it is not even close to my favorites, it maybe in the top 10.

Proof this site needs a downvote option!

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@nflman2033 said in Favorite baseball movie:

Major League
First 2 Bad News Bears movies
Bull Durham
Mr. Baseball
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First Bad News Bears is a classic. Tanner is awesome.

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@The_DoctorsWife said in Favorite baseball movie:

For the Love of the Game. ———Billy Chapel and his quest for perfection against the Yankees. And I really love how they had Vin Scully do the calls for the movie. Chapel pitches against time, against age, against ending, and uses his old arm to "push the sun back into the sky and give us one more day of summer."

That movie is king, but my other favs include Bull Durham, The Natural, and... Fever Pitch. "Johnny Daaamon! You got the sweetest rear in the league!"

I really liked For Love of the Game too. But every time I heard Costner say " Clear the mechanism", I cringe. In all my years of youth, college, and pro ball, I never heard that phrase.

Also, the casting of his Catcher friend was poor. And some of the dialog between them was cringe worthy too.

I liked seeing Augie Garrido as the Yankees coach. Also I think Jim Colburn was in it too, a former coach of mine.