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Branca’s Pitch (2013)

Title: Branca's Pitch (2013)
Rated: Unrated
Runtime: 87 min(s)
Release: 2013-09-30 (DVD)
0000-00-00 (Theater)
Cast: Ralph Branca David Ritz
Genre: Documentary Sports & Fitness
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From executive producer Bobby Valentine comes a fascinating baseball documentary on the controversy of the famous Shot Heard 'Round the World'. In 1951, legendary Brooklyn Dodger pitcher Ralph Branca became infamous for losing the National League Pennant to the bitter rival New York Giants. BRANCA'S PITCH reveals the untold story and follows 86 year-old Ralph Branca's journey to pen a memoir that finally tries to restore his fascinating, yet overlooked legacy in baseball's "Golden Age" of the 40s and 50s.

The Battered Bastards Of Baseball (2014)

Title: The Battered Bastards Of Baseball (2014)
Rated: Unrated
Runtime: 80 min(s)
Release: 0000-00-00 (DVD)
2014-07-11 (Theater)
Cast: Todd Field Rob Nelson Robert Richardson Kurt Russell Jim Swanson
Genre: Documentary
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When Portland, Oregon, lost its longtime minor-league affiliate, Bing Russell-who briefly played ball professionally before enjoying a successful Hollywood acting career-bought the territory and formed a single-A team to operate outside the confines of major-league baseball. When they took the field in 1973, the Mavericks-the only independent team in America-started with two strikes against them. What did Deputy Clem from Bonanza know about baseball? Or Portland, for that matter? The only thing uniting his players, recruited at open tryouts, was that no other team wanted them. Skeptics agreed that it could never work. But Bing understood a ballplayer's dreams, and he understood an audience. His quirky, unkempt castoffs won games, and they won fans, shattering minor-league attendance records. Their spirit was contagious, and during their short reign, the Mavericks-a restaurant owner turned manager, left-handed catcher, and blackballed pitcher among them-brought independence back to baseball and embodied what it was all about: the love of the game. (C) Netflix