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The Top Ten Baseball Movies Of All Time

the sandlot

1 – The Sandlot – While this 1993 film doesn’t involve any real players, or real teams, it doesn’t even involve any levels of structured baseball, whether it be little league, high school, college or pro’s, it does have the purest of love shown through for the game. This epic story of a group of young boys finding themselves and friendships in America’s favorite pastime allows the viewer to relive moments of their own youth. It is nearly unthinkable to watch “The Sandlot” without reminiscing back to your youth and losing all track of reality while enjoying what you are watching, and isn’t that the true point of not only watching a movie but also baseball? What also makes this movie great is that you don’t even have to be a baseball purist to love it, but rather someone who enjoys watching a wholesome story with plenty of laughter and an ending no one see’s coming.

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  1. Maria

    March 31, 2016 at 7:13 am

    I have all his books Bince gets the story told and facts are dead on truth . As a women I have learn a lot about sports just reading his book his books are well written they keep your interest right down to the last word on the last page A can’t put down books till you read them to the endy favorite is HERO really could Neva movie that would make the top ten movies , can’t wait to read he’s Live To Inspire coming in June. Vince thanks for giving good books to read your parents must be awful proud of you .

  2. Chris

    April 1, 2016 at 11:13 am

    There is a movie that they used to run every April on Channel 43 called “It Happens Every Spring.” It was made in 1949, and it stars Ray Milland as a nerdy chemistry professor who is obsessed with baseball, and he accidentally discovers a chemical compound that makes any object the compound touches repel wood. So he becomes a pitcher, loads up the ball with the compound on every pitch, and no one can get a hit off of him, and he becomes a sensation.

    It’s a fun movie with not-bad-for-1949 special effects, and is quite enjoyable if you don’t think about the plot gaps too hard.   That movie belongs on this list.

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