Best Baseball Movies. Difficulty: No Kevin Costner

Talking Baseball Movies. But to challenge ourselves Kevin Costner movies cannot be included (so no For Love of the Game). We each pick our top five of all time. Added bonus: Drew shares stories from his years working for the Dodgers. How did he help get Tommy Lasorda kicked out of a game?

Hear insights, stories and topics with a unique and funny look from two people with nearly 32 years combined in the entertainment industry! (And one with nearly 8 years working for the Dodgers)

Entertainment from 2 guys who should know better.

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2 comments


  1. Steampunk Buzz Lightyear

    Time for a minor vent: Wow, I fail to write in recently, and the 2 D’s turn on me! Who supports you most? Who constantly supplies you with podcast topics? Where’s your Angry Joan or your Cool Steph or your Scott From Claremont? Where’s your Moses now?

    Now that’s off my chest, I can get back to my usual “Great podcast, guys!”
    Full disclosure: I’m not a baseball fan. So once you remove the Costner movies, you end up with merely okay movies. Yes, even A League of Their Own. Having recently re-watched it, I found that it was better in my memory than in reality. What was great about Field of Dreams and Bull Durham (in that order) was that they could make a non-fan… a fan. Of baseball movies, at least.

    On another note:
    I was just listening to some film soundtracks, and I remembered how Drew razzed me for listing a TV soundtrack among my favorites. (Battlestar Galactica — Jerry Goldsmith’s Capricorn One should have been in that spot.) And it made me think of… a new podcast idea! Since you added the non-John Williams degree of difficulty, what about an episode of John Williams’s Top Five (not albums, but individual pieces.)

    One other podcast idea: Why Game of Thrones Book-Lovers Should Have Stopped Complaining Years Ago. Take it and run with it!

    P.S. Mrs. Steampunk Buzz Lightyear appreciated the call-out.

  2. Scott Casey

    Hey guys,

    I enjoyed the baseball movies podcast, but I have a problem with Drew. If you are going to rag on baseball, you don’t get to use baseball jargon in your everyday life. You don’t get to call your mistakes when applying for the Diamond Vision intern position as “strikes” and you don’t get to call sharing duties with a co-worker as a “platoon.”

    Scott in Claremont

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