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"Home Run Showdown" Strikes Out

24 August 2012 5:00 AM, PDT | JustPressPlay.net | See recent JustPressPlay news »

Home Run Showdown retreads the old underdog sports team story with a youth baseball team program. This time the clashing Deluca brothers use these kids’ teams to compete for their father’s (Barry Bostwick) bar. Joey (Matthew Lillard) is a washed-up minor leaguer coaching a team of misfits while Rico (Dean Cain) is a washed-up major leaguer coaching a team of winners. They do all they can to take their teams to the final Home Run Showdown competition.

Joey’s ragtag team of misfits is comprised of Lori (Kyle Kirk) who wants to make it to the final round so that his dad will be able to see him on TV in prison; Fassi (Emma-Less Hess) who is an aggressive, no-holds-barred girl softball player who prefers to play hardball; and Tanker (Brandon Balog) who is the overweight kid who never gets picked. These children act more like adults than the adults do, »

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Contest: Win Home Run Showdown on Blu-ray and DVD!

23 August 2012 10:48 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Image Entertainment released Home Run Showdown on Blu-ray and DVD this week, on August 21. Matthew Lillard and Dean Cain star as two brothers who become competitive Little League coaches, and the timing couldn't be better, since the Little League World Series is currently in full swing. We have a contest lined up, where our readers can take home either the Blu-ray or the DVD. Celebrate with us and keep the spirit of the Little League World Series going into fall!

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Twelve-year-old Lorenzo is having a rough time. He's new in town and he didn't make the »

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Exclusive: Home Run Showdown 'Play Ball' Blu-ray Clip

21 August 2012 3:04 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

We have an exclusive clip from Home Run Showdown, the new family sports comedy from Image Entertainment debuting on Blu-ray and DVD August 21. Matthew Lillard and Dean Cain star as two competitive brothers who become opposing Little League baseball coaches. Take a look at this scene where Matthew Lillard's team pulls off a bizarre triple play.

Home Run Showdown - Exclusive Play Ball

Twelve-year-old Lorenzo is having a rough time. He's new in town and he didn't make the cut when he tried out for Youth League Baseball...so he's decided to start his own team! With the help of his new friends, Lorenzo has to convince washed-up minor leaguer Joey Deluca (Matthew Lillard, Scooby Doo) to be the new team's coach. But if Joey takes the job, he'll have to go head to head with his arrogant ex-major league brother, Rico (Dean Cain, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman »

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