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Sarah Hughes (Character)
from Fever Pitch (2005)

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Fever Pitch -- Lindsay (Barrymore) is stuck in the middle of her relationship with Ben (Fallon) and his passion for the Boston Red Sox.
Fever Pitch -- Clip: Yankee dancing
Fever Pitch -- Clip: Rock climbing
Fever Pitch -- Clip: Who are you, Dr. Phil?
Fever Pitch -- Clip: A clean slate

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  1. Fever Pitch (2005) Played by Drew Barrymore (as Lindsey)
    ... aka "The Perfect Catch" - Australia, Hong Kong (English title) (TV title), International (English title) (DVD title), Ireland (English title), New Zealand (English title), Philippines (English title), Singapore (English title), South Africa (English title), UK

  2. Fever Pitch (1997) Played by Ruth Gemmell

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From Fever Pitch (2005)
[Lindsey has bought books from the Fenway Park gift shop to learn about the Red Sox]
Lindsey Meeks: Do you believe in this? The Curse of the Bambino?
Ben: Hey, it's not funny, it's not funny.
[Ben's Fenway friends all turn to stare at her]
Lindsey Meeks: But Babe Ruth was the Bambino.
Ben: That's right. Yeah, yeah, yeah, he played for the Red Sox; they were great. I mean, they were the Yankees.
Al: They won the World Series in 1912, 1915, 1916, 1918. They were royalty. The elite.
Ben: Al should know. He was there. Actually, he's a hundred and thirty-six years old. He looks great for his age. 1919, their miserable, greedy pig of a boss decides to sell Babe Ruth to the Yankees to finance a Broadway musical.
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