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Undrafted (2016)

Unrated | | Comedy, Drama, Sport | 15 July 2016 (USA)
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When twelve ragtag teammates set out to play what should be a meaningless summer intramural baseball game, it ends up becoming the most important game of their lives.

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Joseph Mazzello (as Joe Mazello)

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Joseph Mazzello (as Joe Mazello)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Matt Barr ... Anthony
Jim Belushi ... Joe (as James Belushi)
Casey Bond ... Tommy Dorehty
Robert Curtis Brown ... Brian Murray
Michael Bunin ... Officer Redmond
Matt Bush ... David
Eddie Coleman Eddie Coleman ... Umpire Donnelly
Michael Consiglio ... Schwartz
Chace Crawford ... Barone
Don DiPetta ... Chardy
James DeAngelo ... Groundskeeper
Michael Fishman ... Antonelli
Billy Gardell ... Umpire Haze
Jay Hayden ... Vinnie
Toby Hemingway ... Palacco
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When twelve ragtag teammates set out to play what should be a meaningless summer intramural baseball game, it ends up becoming the most important game of their lives. This collection of characters - the reliever turned starting pitcher (Tyler Hoechlin), a hot dog power hitter (Chace Crawford), an outfielder with anger management issues (Joe Mazzello), a player coach with clipboard envy (Duke Davis Roberts), an over-eager catcher (Ryan Pinkston), the old guy who shouldn't be playing anymore (Philip Winchester), and the guy everyone forgot was on the team (Matt Bush) - truly gives new meaning to the phrase "amateur status". As they struggle to transition away from baseball and towards an uncertain future, the best player among them (Aaron Tveit) - who they all felt should have gotten drafted - has to deal with the news that his big league dreams were dashed, leaving him grappling with why he should still play. One game can be just another box score, but when it's played by a team ... Written by Vertical Entertainment

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Matt Bush was in the baseball movie "Trouble with the Curve." See more »

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In the movie, John Mazzello bats as a right handed hitter in every at bat. However, at the end of the film, they show actual footage of John Mazzello's final game winning hit and in that home video, of the actual event, Mazzello bats left handed. See more »

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I loved it even though I know a little about baseball!
27 January 2019 | by zehravayvadaSee all my reviews

If you like sports movies you should definitely watch it. I don't know anything about baseball yet I just loved it. It may be low-budget - and I'm generally not into sports movies - but few minutes later I found myself laughing. And I think you don't have to know so much about baseball or love it to "get" the movie. You just need to have the ability of empathy to understand the players. Keep up the good work, Joe!


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