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Honus Wagner
Joe Soshack
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Matt Aquin ...
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Mrs. Young
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Rated PG for mild language and some violence | See all certifications »





Release Date:

4 April 2004 (USA)  »

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Honus and Me  »

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The character of Mandy is fictional. Honus Wagner's real wife was named Bessie Baine Smith. They dated for eight years before marrying in 1916. The movie takes place in 1909. See more »


Supposedly in 1985, when young Joe does his home run, a modern-day White Buick Rendezvous can be seen parked in a driveway behind the field. See more »


Honus Wagner: There ain't much to being a ballplayer, if you're a ballplayer.
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When "Field of Dreams" mets "Back to the Future"
24 November 2010 | by (São Paulo, Brazil) – See all my reviews

"The Winning Season" is a nice family movie whose plot seems to be a mix between two classic from the 1980's and even includes a similar "choose love or game" theme just like as "For the Love of Game". Here a kid (Mark Rendall) living in 1985 (where another famous film about time travel was released) has the magical chance to see many famous baseball players of the past (in 1909) after discovering a magical baseball card of Honus Wagner (Matthew Modine), and this card could solve all his family financial problems.

Instead of being a kid he's somehow is transformed into a young men, played by Shawn Hatosy, who is marveled by this time travel but he desperately wants to get home in the future. In the meantime he lives with Wagner and his future bride (Kristin Davis) and he has the chance to met notorious baseball players including Ty Cobb (William Lee Scott) and watch many incredible games.

The film is good, has a good message despite making a plot loan of many other great films (it's very similar to "Field of Dreams"), it's very charming, has some good humor moments and it's very delightful to see it.

The acting of the ensemble casting is good, although I enjoyed more of the boy's performance than Shawn playing him as a grow man. William Lee Scott was very interesting playing Cobb, the movie's antagonist.

Anyway, it's enjoyable in many ways, "The Winning Season" is a very positive TV movie. 9/10

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