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A young pitcher becomes the first woman to play in the Major Leagues.
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Series cast summary:
Kylie Bunbury ...  Ginny Baker 10 episodes, 2016
Mark-Paul Gosselaar ...  Mike Lawson 10 episodes, 2016
Mark Consuelos ...  Oscar Arguella 10 episodes, 2016
Mo McRae ...  Blip Sanders 10 episodes, 2016
Meagan Holder ...  Evelyn Sanders 10 episodes, 2016
Tim Jo ...  Eliot 10 episodes, 2016
Dan Lauria ...  Al Luongo 10 episodes, 2016
Ali Larter ...  Amelia Slater 10 episodes, 2016
Dick Enberg ...  Dick Enberg 7 episodes, 2016
Jack McGee ...  Buck Garland 6 episodes, 2016
Bert Belasco ...  Sonny Evers 6 episodes, 2016
Mark Grant Mark Grant ...  Mark Grant 6 episodes, 2016
Kevin Connolly ...  Charlie Graham 5 episodes, 2016
Ryan Dorsey ...  Tommy Miller 5 episodes, 2016
Theodore Galloway ...  Buddy Burger 5 episodes, 2016


A young pitcher becomes the first woman to play in the Major Leagues.

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Game changer.


Drama | Sport







Release Date:

22 September 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A legnagyobb dobás See more »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Bunbury is frequently asked if the show is about Mo'Ne Davis, a 15-year-old girl who pitched during the 2014 Little League World Series. Although the story is similar, the producers say no. See more »


Referenced in Hell's Kitchen: Trying to Pasta Test (2018) See more »

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Atrocious Script. Too much Hype.
23 September 2016 | by Dr_SaganSee all my reviews

Well, the ...alien queen from "Under the Dome" is back in another TV series destined to flop.

With a premise which otherwise might have been interesting (a woman trying to succeed in a sport ruled by men) this show starts terrible, achieving the exact opposite its producers would hope for.

From the very beginning the writers are trying to create an atmosphere of success and awe about their characters and all they succeeding is to make them unlikeable caricatures and to sound ridiculous.

Ginny Baker is "the most important woman in the world", "the whole world is talking about her", she is "Hillary Clinton with sex appeal" and a "Kardashian with a skill set". (Honestly who writes these lines??)

Her agent (played by Ali Larter) is to be hated instantly too. She passed an invitation to ...lake Como from George Clooney and she is the absolute boss of anyone she meets.

It is obvious where this is going, and it doesn't look pretty. I'm seeing some critics praise it, but the consensus among the viewers is negative, and the ratings are low.

The only thing that made me smile a little was the ...appearance of Mark-Paul Gosselaar. Forget the attractive blond-ish lawyer from Franklin and Bash. Here is ...fat and with a ridiculous beard.

Overall: Sometimes writers are trying to follow a recipe, to build larger than life characters, to move the audience with superficial feelings and to lure the viewers into a world of what they think is magic. If they don't actually feel it themselves or trying too hard to create a hype, the result is atrocious and it will blow out in their faces.

"Pitch" is one of these cases.

UPDATE: Despite a ...93% (!!!) positive reviews from critics. This crap is now canceled! Told you from Day 1.


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