“An arrogant aging ballplayer is traded to a Japanese team and has difficulties adjusting to their cultures and customs.
This movie by far has to be the most underrated on my list. Made in 1992, it featured baseball from a Japanese standpoint…”
April 28, 2014.
Phone Call Between Duke & Wes:
Duke: “I Started “Banshee”Saturday, I’m Up To Season 2, Episode 4″
Wes:”Dude…You Watched 14 Episodes In 48 Hours…How?”
Duke:”I Can’t Stop, It’s Too Fucking Good!!”
Derek Begins…#8 In His Top Ten Baseball Films Series Is 1989’s Major League
Derek Begins…#7 in his top ten baseball films list, the 1976 classic “Bad News Bears”
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Derek Begins…The 6th Baseball Film In Derek’s” Top Ten Baseball Films” Is The Masterwork That is
Field Of Dreams
“A perfect cast that exceeded expectations. It might not be a live action baseball film, It definitely hits home with the die hard baseball fan as all the events that take place in the movie are linked to the game’s past, present and what it will do for the future.”
Number 8 On His Top Ten Baseball Films Of All Time, Penny Marshall’s A League Of Their Own (1992)
Review, Trailer, Images & Clips.
Dan Buffer interviews of on Ivana Milicevic, Star of the high-octane Cinemax series Banshee
Derek’s Top Ten Baseball Films Review Series Continues With Number 9…
Sam Raimi’s For Love Of The Game
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