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At the NFL Draft, general manager Sonny Weaver has the opportunity to rebuild his team when he trades for the number one pick. He must decide what he's willing to sacrifice on a life-changing day for a few hundred young men with NFL dreams.
A Detroit pitcher Billy Chapel, reflects on his life in major league baseball, after he finds out his girlfriend moves to London for a job. Thus forcing the ball player to analyze his life and how his career as a player, and his life without her will change, thus altering his priorities between his career winding to a close, choosing what his path will be, the love of baseball or the love of his life? Written by
The baseball gloves used by the actors were broken in by the NYU baseball team. See more »
At the end of the third inning, the announcer says that Billy
strikes out the side and now has five strikeouts. Billy strikes out the second batter and third batter in the first inning, and strikes out the first batter (fourth batter in the lineup) at the start of the second inning. During the eighth inning, it's revealed that the sixth batter in the lineup struck out twice previously, which means he struck out back in the second inning. If Billy struck out the side in the third inning, he should have at least seven strikeouts by the end of the third inning, not five. See more »
I saw a sneak preview of "For Love of the Game," tonight, and I must say, I was thoroughly entertained by it. And not merely entertained in the respect of some "purely-made-to-entertain" movies, but this movie inspired emotion, one thing I think really makes a movie. If a movie makes you feel a certain way, whether it's anger, or happiness, I think it shows something. "For Love of the Game," did that for me. Costner's character, excellently portrayed in my opinion, loved baseball, and in turn, I loved his character. I loved the whole movie actually. It was funny at times, symbolic at others, and above all, it was quite enjoyable. On a scale of 1 to 10, I would give it a 10. Again, this is just my opinion, but I would definitely recommend this to anyone.
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