The Top 15 Most Re-Watchable Baseball Movies of All-Time

The Top 15 Most Re-Watchable

Baseball Movies Of All-Time

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15)  For the Love of the Game

Still shot from the movie For The Love Of The Game

For The Love Of The Game. Director: Sam Raimi. Performers: Kevin Costner, Kelly Preston, John C. Reilly. Universal. 1999. Still shot.

Number 15 on top 15 most re-watchable baseball movies of all-time is For The Love Of the Game. It is a Good movie, but it can feel longer than watching a whole baseball game and without bathroom breaks.

 

14)  Angels in the Outfield

Still image of the movie Angels in the Outfield

Angels In The Outfield. Director: William Dear. Performers: Danny Glover, Brenda Fricker, Tony Danza. Walt Disney. 1994. Still Shot.

Number 14 on top 15 most re-watchable baseball movies of all-time is Angels in the Outfield.  Kind of feels like cheating, but no worse than HGH.

 

13)  The Rookie

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The Rookie. Director: John Lee Hancock. Performers: Dennis Quaid, J.D. Evermore, Rachel Griffiths. Disney. 2002. Still shot.

Number 13 on top 15 most re-watchable baseball movies of all-time is The Rookie. Nothing like striking out children to improve your self-confidence.

 

12)  The Pride of the Yankees

Still Image from the movie The Pride of The Yankees

The Pride of the Yankees. Director: Sam Wood. Performers: Gary Cooper, Teresa Wright, Babe Ruth. RKO Radio Pictures . 1942. Still shot.

Number 12 on top 15 most re-watchable baseball movies of all-time is The Pride of the Yankees.  I think we may have different definitions of the “luckiest man on the face of the earth.”  This movie will test if you have a soul, if you don’t cry at the end then you do not have one.  Although it is difficult for me to put myself through it over and over again.

 

11)  61*

Still image from the movie 61*

61*. Director: Billy Crystal. Performers: Barry Pepper, Thomas Jane, Anthony Michael Hall . HBO. 2001. Still shot.

Number 11 on top 15 most re-watchable baseball movies of all-time is 61*.  If breaking the Home Run Record means your hair is going to fall out and you have to eat the same thing every day then I’m gonna pass.

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