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The Top Ten Baseball Movies Of All Time

Field of Dreams

10 – Field of Dreams. This 1989 drama filled everyone’s imagination while mixing in a piece of legitimate baseball history along the way. Ray Kinsella ( Kevin Costner) is a Iowa farmer who destroys his cornfields to build a baseball field thinking it will relieve the pain of former major leaguer Shoeless Joe Jackson. Joe was said to be the only member penalized from the 1919 Black Sox Scandal who wasn’t in on the throwing of the games as he played great in the World Series but was banned from baseball anyway. Despite the urging of his brother in law and the bank, Ray refuses to re-build his crops and keeps his field intact only to be rewarded at the end when the entire group of players banned, plus many others arrive at the field and began to play. His brother in law Mark(Timothy Busfield) finally see’s the players as well and Ray is allowed to keep the field.

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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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