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The baseball scout says he has to go home and give his wife a "pickle tickle".

A coach comes into the locker room of female players drunk, walks to the urinal, and urinates for a long time. The girls comment on how well he did.

A teenager says to a middle aged woman they should 'slip in the backseat and make a man out of him.'

A woman reads a sexy portion of a romance book out loud.

The girls sneak out to a nightclub, where they drink and dance. Some of the dancing is sensual, and some is very athletic, showing their underpants when they spin and flip.

As she heads out on a date, Mae wears a dress that she's told is too tight, and she says she doesn't plan on having it on very long. Another player says, "I don't know why you ever get dressed at all!"

A boy asks a former star player to sign a baseball. He signs it, "Avoid the clap. Jimmy Dugan"

In several scenes, women players are seen in the locker room or boarding house in their undergarments or towels. 8 separate occurrences from 2 different scenes including 7 bra shots and 1 panty shot

The coach prays with the team before a game. Among other things, he says thank you to God for "that waitress in South Bend... who kept calling your name."

A player is shown with a large bloody cut on her leg after sliding to a plate.

There is a minor fight among some of the players, with hair-pulling and rolling on the ground.

A coach throws a baseball mitt into the face of an annoying little boy.

Da** is used 3 times. 6 uses of GD. At least 3 uses of Sh** and 3 uses A**. One use of b**ch. One use of b*mbo. At least one use of the word p**s.

A coach tells the umpire he looks like a 'penis with a little hat on'.

The baseball players are shown drinking at a roadhouse.

The manager Jimmy spends much of the first half of the film intoxicated. He is also shown carrying and sipping from a bottle/flask. Several characters refer to him as a drunk or a lush.

Most of the baseball players are shown "sneaking" cigarettes at a road-stop. When interrupted by their chaperone, they conceal their lit cigarettes, and when the chaperone leaves, they all exhale a huge cloud of smoke.

Some of the ball players smoke at a roadhouse party.

Several characters are shown casually smoking throughout the film

Jimmy the manager is shown chewing and spitting tobacco. At one point he offers some to Dottie, the team leader, who is also later shown spitting tobacco juice.

A woman's food is poisoned, and she is shown violently throwing up.

As the women wait in the locker room before a game, an agent bursts in with a telegram, muttering about how it's a terrible way to tell a woman her husband has been killed in the war. There's a tense moment while viewers wait to learn for whom the telegram is meant.

Rated PG for language

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