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Ferrell Takes the Field (2015)

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A documentary that follows Will Ferrell as he takes the field in five Major League Baseball training games, playing all nine positions for ten different teams in a single day.

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Austin Barnes ... Himself
Billy Beane ... Himself
Bruce Bochy ... Himself
Matt Buschmann ... Himself
Bert Campaneris ... Himself
... Herself
... Himself
... Himself (archive footage)
Bob Gibson ... Himself (archive footage)
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Jose Guevara ... Himself
Bruce Haffner ... Himself
Chip Hale ... Himself
Jon Lester ... Himself
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In the Spring of 2015 Comedian Will Ferrell played 10 positions for 10 Major League Baseball teams - all on the same day. Ferrell spent one day as a player in MLB's Arizona "Cactus League". 10 teams, 10 positions, 10 uniforms... 1 glorious day. What could possibly go wrong? Written by BrentSamo

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10 Teams. 10 Positions. One Will.


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12 September 2015 (USA)  »

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Ferrell salta al campo  »

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Contains live footage of spring training baseball 2015. See more »

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Features Conan (2010) See more »

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Any Way You Want It
Written by Steve Perry and Neal Schon
Performed by Journey
Published by Lacey Boulevard Music and Weed High Nightmare Music
Courtesy of Columbia Records
By arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
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project for good
20 November 2015 | by See all my reviews

At first I thought it was a movie, then I noticed that there were small interviews which made me realize it was a documentary. the documentary was funny in ways because of what happened to him throughout that one of playing baseball but in my opinion I didn't really like the documentary. it wasn't appealing to me because its baseball. Although he raised 1 million dollars for scholarships for students who have survived cancer. this documentary was for a good cause and for the world to see it. Ferrell did this fun raiser in memory of someone who had cancer that I believe past away but I don't remember. overall for someone who has great interest in baseball and will Ferrell they should totally watch this documentary and see how he fails but succeeds and somewhat enjoys what he has done and did for people who have survived cancer.


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