Since there are no live baseball games to watch right now, watch the greatest baseball movies of all time instead. While the owners and players haggle over how many millions of dollars they will all get, the baseball fans are just waiting for the season to start up.

Hunker down on the sectional sofa in your man cave and have a baseball movie marathon.

Major League

Made in 1989, Major League tells of the Cleveland Indians and the new owner’s desire to move the team. She hatches a plan to load the roster with awful players so they’ll lose, making attendance drop and allowing her to relocate the team.

Of course, not everything goes as planned. A young Charlie Sheen stars as the fastball throwing pitcher in this comedy.

The Natural

Robert Redford stars as Roy Hobbs, a middle-aged outfielder playing for the fictional New York Knights in the 1920s.

On the way to a tryout, he gets shot by an unstable fan and gives up the game for a time. He returns to a last-place team, a crooked owner, and gamblers to play the game he loves.

Bull Durham

Kevin Costner stars as Crash Davis, a lifetime minor league catcher who is sent all the way down to “A” league. He goes there to help a fire-balling young pitcher. This comedy explores the life of an “almost was” baseball player and the trials of a life in baseball.


Moneyball is the mostly true story of the early 2000s Oakland A’s. General manager Billy Beane, played by Brad Pitt, has just lost all his best players to free agency and is forced to rebuild.

With the help of a young economics major—and completely ignoring conventional wisdom—he reinvents the game with a new approach to evaluating talent.

The Sandlot

Set in the 1950s, The Sandlot tells the story of the new kid in town and his struggle to make friends.

He meets the neighborhood boys who love to play baseball and, despite knowing little about the game, he incorporates himself into their group. They love baseball and everything about it in this movie about friendship and growing up.

Field of Dreams

Field of Dreams merges baseball, small-town living, and science fiction into one amazing movie. An Iowa farmer starts hearing voices and seeing visions of a long-dead baseball player named “Shoeless” Joe Jackson.

He decides to plow under his corn crop and build a baseball field for him to play on. He soon finds out that the field isn’t for Joe Jackson in this touching movie about relationships and pain.


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