Short-lived ensemble drama which follows a minor league baseball team as they travel from town to town.
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 Joe Rohner 8 episodes, 1983
Pat Corley ...
 Ray Holtz 8 episodes, 1983
Kelly Harmon ...
 Sunny Hayward 8 episodes, 1983
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 Ozzie Peoples 8 episodes, 1983
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 Lynwood Scott 8 episodes, 1983
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 Rocky Padillo 8 episodes, 1983
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 Lee Jacoby 8 episodes, 1983
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 Deejay Cunningham 8 episodes, 1983
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 Vic Kresky 8 episodes, 1983
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 Mitch Klein 8 episodes, 1983
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 Lynn Holtz 8 episodes, 1983
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 Mickey Wagner 8 episodes, 1983
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 Pepe Garcia 8 episodes, 1983
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 George Hayward / ... 6 episodes, 1983
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 Georgia Bouchet 4 episodes, 1983
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Ellen Blake ...
Robert Kim
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 Willie Henderson 2 episodes, 1983
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Shane McCabe
David Sage
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Short-lived ensemble drama which follows a minor league baseball team as they travel from town to town.

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25 October 1983 (USA)  »

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(4 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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The inspiration for the CBS drama Clubhouse
13 July 2004 | by See all my reviews

Bay City Blues has one thing in common with the new CBS drama Clubhouse. It's about baseball. But the similarities end there. Bay City Blues was about a minor league baseball team called the Bay City Blue Birds. Clubhouse looks like it's about a Major League

team. The show, unfortunately, was short-lived. In the era before cable and satellite television, it was easier for a show to get

noticed. It was about an alcoholic bed-wetting minor league

pitcher and his loving wife played by a 25-year-old Sharon Stone.

This was before she became the famous movie actress she is

today. There was a different story every week and guest stars

came and went. It was a good show but unfortunately, it died

young.


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