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Poll: Best Fictional Movie or TV Baseball Pitcher?

2019 marks the 150th anniversary of Major League Baseball and the 50th anniversary of the "Miracle Mets", one of the greatest upsets in World Series history. In honor of these dual anniversaries, we celebrate with two polls featuring the greatest fictional baseball hitters and pitchers in movie and television history.

Which fictional movie or television baseball pitcher has the nastiest stuff on the mound, as well as, in terms of their on-screen performance?

Vote in the companion poll: Fictional Movie or TV Baseball Hitter

Discuss the topic here.

Make Your Choice

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    Tim Robbins in Bull Durham (1988)

    Ebby Calvin "Nuke" LaLooshve
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    Kevin Costner in For Love of the Game (1999)

    William "Billy" Chapel
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    Robert Redford in The Natural (1984)

    Roy Hobbs
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    Brendan Fraser in The Scout (1994)

    Steve Nebraska
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    Charlie Sheen in Major League II (1994)

    Ricky "Wild Thing" Vaughn
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    Robert Sorrells in The Twilight Zone (1959)

    Casey
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    Tatum O'Neal in The Bad News Bears (1976)

    Amanda Whurlitzer
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    Thomas Ian Nicholas in Rookie of the Year (1993)

    Henry Rowengartner
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    Ted Danson in Cheers (1982)

    Sam "Mayday" Malone
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    Billy Dee Williams in The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars & Motor Kings (1976)

    Bingo Long
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    Matt LeBlanc in Ed (1996)

    Jack "Deuce" Cooper
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    Lori Petty in A League of Their Own (1992)

    Kit Keller
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    Ray Milland in It Happens Every Spring (1949)

    Prof. Vernon K. Simpson aka King Kelly
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    Freddie Prinze Jr. in Summer Catch (2001)

    Ryan Dunne
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    Richard Pryor in Brewster's Millions (1985)

    Montgomery "Monty" Brewster
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    Tony Danza in Angels in the Outfield (1994)

    Mel Clark
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    Kylie Bunbury in Pitch (2016)

    Genevieve "Ginny" Baker
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    Danny McBride in Eastbound & Down (2009)

    Kenneth "Kenny" Powers
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    Gary Busey in Rookie of the Year (1993)

    Chet “Rocket” Steadman
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    Chelcie Ross in Major League (1989)

    Edward "Eddie" Harris
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    Owen Wilson in How Do You Know (2010)

    Matthew "Matty" Reynolds
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    Daisuke Tsuji in Brockmire (2017)

    Yoshi Takatsu
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    Michael Moriarty in Bang the Drum Slowly (1973)

    Henry "Author" Wiggen
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    Wyatt Russell in Everybody Wants Some!! (2016)

    Charles "Charlie" Willoughby
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    Jay Galloway in Trouble with the Curve (2012)

    Rigoberto Sanchez
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    Mel Blanc in Baseball Bugs (1946)

    Bugs Bunny *multiple position utility player
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    30 for 30 Shorts (2012)

    Hayden "Sidd" Finch was part phenom, part yogi, and part recluse. The Harvard dropout spoke 10 languages, played the French horn, wore one hiking boot and threw the baseball 168 mph with pinpoint accuracy.

    The subject of a Sports Illustrated cover story on 1 April 1985 entitled, The Curious Case of Sidd Finch and an ESPN 30 for 30 documentary, Unhittable: Sidd Finch and the Tibetan Fastball on 1 April 2015


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