20 Best Baseball Movies Every Sports Lover Should Watch

If you’re a sports lover with a special affinity for the best baseball movies, get in here!!! You’re about to read one of the best movie reviews.

Baseball is the favourite sport for a lot of people especially Americans and a lot of movies have been made to capture the essence and joy of this very beloved game. 

Some of these movies are biographical i.e they are based on the real life happenings of some of our favourite baseball stars while some are fictionalized. 

Bearing this in mind, we’ve put together 20 of the best baseball movies every sports lover should watch. Fasten your seatbelts cause you’re in for a swell time. Not only that, we’ve got amazing movie deals for you so keep your eyes open

Review of the Best Baseball Movies

1. The Rookie (2002)

The Rookie is one of the best baseball movies of all time.

Directed by John Lee Hancock and produced by Walt Disney Pictures, this movie is based on the true life story of Jim Morris who had a famous but short stint at the Baseball Major Leagues (1999-2000)

Jim loves baseball and he dreams of making it to the Major Leagues although his father disapproves of this dream. Jim gets a chance to fulfil his dream when he is drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers, however he sustains an injury on his shoulder and his budding baseball career is brought to an abrupt end.

Twelve years down the line, Jim is married with a kid and coaches a baseball team in Big Lake Texas. One day during practice, his team makes a bet with him; if they win the district championship, Jim has to try out for the Major Leagues. Luck shines on Jim and he eventually has the chance to play in the Major leagues even though it happens later in life. 

Movie Details

  • Cast: Dennis Quaid, Rachel Griffiths, Jay Hernandez, Beth Grant
  • Box Office: $80.7 million
  • Genre: Sports drama

Award(s)

OrganizationYearAward Name
ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards2003Top Box Office Film
ESPY Awards2002Best Sports movie
Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards2002Best Family Film

2. For the Love of the Game (1999)

For the Love of the Game is an all time best baseball movie.

This movie is based on Michael Shaara’s 1991 novel of the same title. It follows the performance of accomplished baseball pitcher, Billy Chapel who has a losing record that season, is near the end of his career and is also recovering from a hand injury.

Billy plays his last game with the Detroit Tigers against the New York Yankees while reminiscing about his relationship with Jane Aubrey. Although Billy is occupied with thoughts of Jane and is consumed by the pain of his recovering hand he pitches a perfect game and ends his career with a great win. 

The film received mixed reviews from critics however the general consensus about it is “Baseball wins, romance losses” This definitely one of the top baseball movies of all time.

Movie Details

  • Cast: Kevin Costner, Kelly Preston, John C. Reilly, John C. Reilly
  • Box Office: $46.1 million
  • Genre: Sports drama

Award(s)

None as of the time of writing this post.

3. Sugar (2008)

Sugar 2008 baseball movie

This movie tells the story of Miguel, a Dominican pitcher from San Pedro de Macorís who yearns to be successful in the Major Leagues with the hopes of pulling his family out of poverty.

In his village, Miguel is a shining star and to his family he is their hope for a better life.

As luck would have it, Miguel is invited to spring training by the fictional Kansas City Knights and he is assigned to their Single A affiliate in Iowa. He is housed by the Higgins family, befriended by Jorge, a veteran player who is also dominican but still Miguel has issues with settling into his new environment because he’s not so fluent with English. 

Miguel feels isolated, injures his arm and is placed on the disabled list. His inability to feel at home eventually leads him to abandon baseball and follow another kind of American dream. 

Sugar is described “as an exceptionally crafted film part sports flick, part immigrant tale with touching and poignant drama highlighted by splendid performances.”

Movie Details

  • Cast: Algenis Perez Soto, Rayniel Rufino, Andre Holland, Michael Gaston
  • Box Office: $1.1 million
  • Genre: Sports drama

Award(s)

None as of the time of the time of writing this post

4. Everybody Wants Some (2016)

Everybody Wants Some is an intriguing baseball movie.

This movie is set in the fall of 1980 and centres on Jake Bradford, an all state pitcher in high school who resumes college in Texas and moves into an off-campus house with other members of the college baseball team. At the first house meeting, the coach introduces the new players and cites the rules of the house; No alcohol in the house and no women upstairs but the rules are soon disregarded.  The boys spend the three days before classes begin dancing, philosophizing and competing. Over the course of three days, the boys attend four parties one of which is organized by the theatre department of the college and he finally gets the chance to spend time with Beverly, a performing arts major he has a crush on. 

Everybody wants some is described as “Nostalgic in the best sense, Everybody Wants Some!! finds Richard Linklater ambling through the past with a talented cast, a sweetly meandering story, and a killer classic rock soundtrack”. It is a funny baseball movie and you’ll definitely have a good laugh.

Movie Details

  • Cast: Blake Jenner, Zoey Deutch, Glen Powell, Tyler Hoechlin
  • Box Office: $4.6 million
  • Genre: Teen comedy

Award(s)

OrganizationYearAward Name
Indiana Film Journalists Association, US2016Best Ensemble Acting
Internet Film Critic Society2016Best Comedy

5. 42 (2013)

42 is an inspiring baseball movie

Based on the true story of baseball player, Jackie Robinson, the first black athlete to play in Major League Baseball (MLB) during the modern era. In 1945, sportswriter Wendell Smith suggests that Brooklyn Dodgers owner Branch Rickey consider Jackie Robinson as the black ballplayer Rickey is looking for.

A scout for the Dodgers approaches Robinson and invites him to Brooklyn where he is offered a $600 per month contract and a $3,500 signing bonus. Robinson accepts the offer but nothing prepares him for the resistance he meets  at his new team.

While playing against the Philadelphia Phillies, Robinson is taunted by his manager, Ben Chapman and this leaves him frustrated. Encouraged by a team mate, Robinson goes ahead to score the winning run. The movie succinctly dramatizes the emotions and racism that surrounded Robinson and other black Americans in his time. 

Lisa Kennedy, of the Denver Post, lauded the film, saying “This story inspires and entertains with a vital chapter in this nation’s history. It is definitely one of the best baseball movies of all time. If you would like to watch 42, it would be good to know that the movie is available on movie buying sites like this one.

Movie Details

  • Cast: Chadwick Boseman, Harrison Ford, André Holland, Christopher Meloni
  • Box Office: $97.5
  • Genre: Biographical sports film

Award(s)

None as of the time of writing this post.

6. Eight Men Out (1988)

Eight men out is one of the best baseball movies of all time.

This is based on Eliot Asinof’s 1963 book Eight Men Out; The Black Sox and the 1919 World Series. It tells the story of eight ball players from the Chicago White Sox who decide to betray their game and their fans for money. They make this decision largely because Charles Comiskey, owner of the team refuses to reward his players for a spectacular season.

The movie is a detailed drama about the Black Sox scandal of 1919 when the finest Chicago White Sox players were tried on charges of conspiracy.

In the words of Gene Siskel, “Eight Men Out is fascinating if you are a baseball nut … the portrayal of the recruiting of the ball players and the tight fisted rule of Comiskey is fascinating … thumbs up. Although this is one of the old baseball movies out there, it is definitely a good watch and it is available for cheap movie rentals.

Movie Details

  • Cast: John Cusack, Clifton James, Michael Lerner, 
  • Box Office:$ 5.7 million
  • Genre: Sports drama

Award(s)

None as of the time of writing this post.

7. Pride of the Yankees (1942)

Pride of the Yankees is one of the best baseball movie ever made

Pride of the Yankees is one of the best baseball movies and it  is a tribute to the legendary New York Yankees first baseman Lou Gehrig, who died only one year before its release, at age 37, from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, which later became known to the public as “Lou Gehrig’s disease”

Lou is a Columbia University student of engineering who is gifted at baseball. When his mum becomes sick he signs with a baseball team he has always revered thereby forfeiting his dream to be an engineer unknown to his sick mum.

Gehrig works his way through the minor league baseball and eventually joins the Yankees. Along the line he meets Eleanor whom he falls in love with and eventually gets married to. The Yankees become the most dominant team in baseball, and Gehrig becomes a fan favorite.

At the peak of his career, Lou discovers he has a disease and in the words of the doctor “Gehrig has a rare, incurable disease, and only a short time to live. 

Bosley Crowther of The New York Times describes Pride of the Yankees as a “tender, meticulous and explicitly narrative film” that “inclines to monotony” because of its length and devotion to “genial details.

Movie Details

  • Cast: Gary Cooper, Teresa Wright, Babe Ruth, Walter Brennan
  • Box Office: $ 3 million
  • Genre: Sports biography

Award(s)

OrganizationYearAward Name
Academy Awards USA, (Oscars)1943Best Film Editing – Daniel Mandell
Academy Awards USA, (Oscars)1943Best Actor in Leading Role -Gary Cooper
Academy Awards USA, (Oscars)1943Best Picture – Samuel Goldwyn Production

8.  Moneyball (2011)

Moneyball is a 2011 baseball movie

This baseball film was directed by Bennett Miller and written by Steven Zaillian and Aaron Sorkin. It is based on Michael Lewis’s 2003 non-fiction book of the same name. 

Billy Beane is the manager of the Oakland Athletics, and he is saddened by the team’s loss to the New York Yankees in the 2001 American League Division Series. As if that is not enough, his best players are frequently poached by wealthier clubs and as a result his club is nicknamed “organ donors to the rich”

Thankfully, he meets Peter Brand, a young Yale economics graduate with unconventional ideas about how to assess a player’s value. Billy hires Brand as his Assistant General Manager and with Brand’s insight he is able to turn things around for the club.

Film critic Roger Ebert praised the film for its “intelligence and depth”, specifically highlighting the screenplay and its “terse, brainy dialogue.

Movie Details

  • Cast: Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill, Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Robin Wright
  • Box Office: $110.2 million
  • Genre: Biographical sports drama

Award(s)

OrganizationYearAward Name
AFI Awards 2012Movie of the Year
AAFCA Awards 2011Best Song – Jason Reeves and Lenka
Boston Society of Film Critic Awards2011Best Actor – Brad Pitt

9. The Natural (1984)

The Natural

Described by  James Berardinelli as arguably the best baseball movie ever made, The Natural is based on Bernard Malamud’s 1952 novel of the same name. In 1910s Nebraska, 10-year old Roy Hobbs learns to play baseball from his father, who later suffers an early fatal heart attack near an oak tree. Nine years later, Hobbs heads to Chicago for a tryout with the Chicago Cubs, leaving behind his girlfriend, Iris.

Sixteen years later, in 1939, Hobbs is signed as a rookie to the Knights, a struggling ball club sitting in last place. Manager Pop Fisher is furious that Hobbs was recruited, believing him too old. He initially refuses to play Hobbs but finally relents and  Hobbs impresses the entire team with his powerful hitting.

In the face of many obstacles, Roy goes on to become successful and famous after which he also discovers that he has a son with his teenage sweetheart. This old baseball movie will definitely get you in your feelings.

Movie Details

  • Cast: Robert Redford, Robert Duvall, Glenn Close, Kim Basinger
  • Box Office: $48 million
  • Genre: Sports film

Award(s)

OrganizationYearAward Name
Grammy Awards1985Best Instrumental Composition – Randy Newman
Heartland Film1984Truly Moving Picture Award -Barry Levinson
Hochi Film Award1984Best Foreign Language Film

10. Million Dollar Arm (2014)

Million Dollar Arm

This is based on the true story of baseball players Rinku Singh and Dinesh Patel who were discovered by sports agent J. B. Bernstein after winning a reality show competition.

J. B. Bernstein is a big-time sports agent who, along with his partner Ash Vasudevan, recently formed their own company. Realizing India has a potential for untapped baseball talent, J.B approaches an investor named Chang with a proposal- a talent contest called “Million Dollar Arm” staged in India.

The two winners of the contest are to be flown to the U.S. and receive coaching to become legitimate baseball prospects within two years alongside the prize money. However, Chang agrees to fund the contest on the condition that the prospects are ready within only one year.

Rinku Singh and Dinesh Patel emerge winners and they are flown to the U.S. to begin their baseball training. 

Considering the fact that they do not speak or understand English, are instantly overwhelmed by the sights and sounds of America and it seems almost impossible that they would become legitimate prospects in one year. 

Scott Foundas of Variety described the film as a “sharp, slickly produced addition to the Disney sports movie canon [that] works as both a stirring underdog tale and as a revealing look at the expanding global footprint of the American sports-entertainment machine”.

Movie Details

Award(s)

OrganizationYearAward Name
Heartland Film2014Truly Moving Picture Award

11.  Fever Pitch (2005)

Fever Pitch

This baseball film centres on Ben, a high school teacher in Boston who is obsessed with the Boston Red Sox team. Ben inherited his uncle’s season tickets and almost all his possessions bear the Red Sox logo except his toilet paper, which bears the New York Yankees insignia.

Ben meets Lindsey, a business executive whom he falls in love with but his love for baseball threatens to ruin what they share. Fever pitch is basically a war between love and baseball, and to prove he is not obsessed, Ben agrees to miss a game against the Yankees to escort Lindsey to her friend’s birthday party. 

The game turns out to be a remarkable one and Ben angrily blames Lindsey for making him miss it. This leaves Lindsey heartbroken and they go their separate ways. However, they are eventually able to mend their relationship and find a common ground. 

The general consensus about the film on Rotten Tomatoes is “While not a home run, Fever Pitch has enough charm and on-screen chemistry between the two leads to make it a solid hit”

Movie Details

  • Cast: Jimmy Fallon, Drew Barrymore, James Sikking, Jobeth Williams
  • Box Office: $50.5 million
  • Genre: Romantic comedy

Award(s)

None as of the time of writing this post.

12.  Major League (1989)

Major League

Written and directed by David S. Ward, this movie centres on the fictionalized version of the Cleveland Indians baseball team. Former Las Vegas showgirl Rachel Phelps inherits the Cleveland Indians baseball team from her deceased husband but the problem is that she detests Cleveland and intends to migrate the team to Miami. Check out our best immigration movies post

However, she can only move the team on the condition that attendance for the entire season is below 800,000. Determined to relocate to Miami at all cost, Rachael decides to put together the worst team ever in the major league.

The team consists of Jake,a veteran catcher with dodgy knees, Ricky, a rookie pitcher, paroled from prison, Roger and also a Cuban refugee who practices voodoo in the locker room. Basically they’re a terrible team. But they go ahead to surprise everyone especially Phelps whose plan of relocating the team fails. 

The consensus about the movie reads “Major League may be predictable and formulaic, but buoyed by the script’s light, silly humor—not to mention the well-built sports action sequences and funny performances.”

Movie Details

  • Cast: Tom Berenger, Charlie Sheen, Corbin Bernsen, Margaret Whitton
  • Box Office: $49.8 million
  • Genre: Sports Comedy

Award(s)

None as of the time of writing this post.

13.  The Phenom (2016)

The Phenom

Written and directed by Noah Buschel, this movie is centered on Hopper Gibson, a young righthander who is sent to rehab when his lack of control threatens his promising baseball career. He is assigned specifically to Dr. Mobley, a renowned psychologist.

Gibson’s sessions with Dr Mobley reveals that he had a troubling childhood; he was and is still pressured to excel by his father.  Basically Gibson has daddy issues. Even though, the movie is a sports movie, it’s not your typical baseball movie as most of the scenes involve Gibson talking to the people in his life and his conversations with Dr Molbey who tries to uncover the root of his emotional problems 

Phenom is described by The Los Angeles Times as “an unusual and affecting baseball drama where nearly all the action is internal.

Movie Details

  • Cast: Johnny Simmons, Ethan Hawke, Paul Giamatti, Yul Vazquez
  • Box Office: 
  • Genre: Sports drama

Award(s)

None as of the time of writing this post.

14.  The Stratton Story (1949)

The Stratton Story

Sometimes, life throws us a curveball. But stories like that of Chicago White Sox player, Monty Stratton helps us see the rainbow at the end of the tunnel.
The Stratton story is a true tale about the life of a young boy from Texas, with a talent for baseball pitching.He got signed up into the Chicago White Sox team with a lovely wife and a promising career ahead as a rising baseball player.
Unfortunately, in Nov of 1938, Monty Stratton experienced what seemed to be the end of his career. He accidentally shot himself in the leg and with it had to be amputated.
As tragic as this was, Monty Stratton shocked the baseball and sports world as a whole with a major comeback, when he pitched professionally in 1946, winning 18 games that season.The Stratton story is a movie that will cause you to laugh and cry and perhaps evoke a whole lot of other emotions. According to Dennis Schwartz, it is a truly inspirational story!

Movie Details

  • Cast: James Stewart, June Allyson, Frank Morgan, Agnes Moorehead
  • Box Office: $4.4 million
  • Genre: Biographical film

Award(s)

OrganizationYearAward Name
Academy Awards, USA (Oscar)1950Best Writing, Motion Picture Story – Douglas Morrow
Photoplay Awards1950Gold Medal
Photoplay Awards1950Most Popular Male star – James Stewart

15.   Bull Durham (1988)

Bull Durham

This old baseball movie is partly based upon the minor-league baseball experiences of writer/director Ron Shelton and depicts the players and fans of the Durham Bulls, a minor-league baseball team in Durham, North Carolina. 

The film stars Kevin Costner who plays the role of crash, a veteran baseball catcher who is brought in to train Ebby, a hotshot rookie pitcher. Both men get off to a rocky start. As if that is not enough, they also get into some sort of love triangle with Annie, a “baseball groupie” and lifelong spiritual seeker who choses a Bull Durham player to be her lover and student every year. 

At the end of the day, both men are able to put their differences aside, Ebby becomes a dominant pitcher and he’s called up to the major leagues. Crash and Annie also become an official couple.

In David Ansen’s review for Newsweek magazine, he wrote that the film “works equally as a love story, a baseball fable and a comedy, while ignoring the clichés of each genre.

Movie Details

Award(s)

OrganizationYearAward Name
BMI Film and TV Awards1989Michael Convertino
Boston Society of Film Critics Award1989Best Film
Boston Society of Film Critics Award1989Best Screenplay – Ron Shelton

16.   Field of Dreams (1989)

Field of Dreams

Field of Dreams is one of the top baseball movies centres on  Ray Kinsella who lives with his wife, Annie, and a daughter, on their Iowa corn farm. He is dissatisfied with the relationship he had with his late father, John Kinsella, a devoted baseball fan and we discover this early in the film.

One evening while walking through his corn farm he hears a voice whisper “If you build it, he will come” and also sees a vision of a baseball diamond in his field and the great Shoeless Joe Jackson (an American outfielder who played Major League Baseball (MLB) in the early 1900s)

Encouraged by his wife, Ray decides to actually build the baseball field in hopes that Joe Jackson will actually play on it. In order to build the baseball field, Ray travels to Boston so that he can enlist the support of a famous writer (James Earl Jones) who has disappeared from sight, and north to Minnesota to talk to what remains of a doctor (Burt Lancaster) who never got the chance to play with the pros.

Caryn James of The New York Times had this to say about the movie  “A work so smartly written, so beautifully filmed, so perfectly acted, that it does the almost impossible trick of turning sentimentality into true emotion.”

Movie Details

  • Cast: Kevin Costner, Amy Madigan, James Earl Jones, Ray Liotta]
  • Box Office: $84.4 million
  • Genre: Sports fantasy drama

Award(s)

OrganizationYearAward Name
Awards of the Japanese Academy1991Best Foreign Film
Blue Ribbon Award1991Best Foreign Language Film
Hochi Film Awards1990Best Foreign Language Film

17.  Bad News Bears (2007)

Bad News Bears

Bob Whitewood, a city councilman and attorney files a lawsuit against an ultra-competitive Southern California Youth Baseball League because they are discriminatory. In order to settle the lawsuit, the league decides to create an additional team named The Bears and Morris Buttermaker, a former minor-league baseball pitcher and alcoholic is hired to coach them.

The new team consists of a black kid, two Spanish speakers, an Indian, a kid who’s almost too little to hold a bat and another one in a wheelchair. Basically, none of these kids can actually play baseball

Not deterred by his team’s lack of ability, coach Morris recruits Amanda Whurlitzer, a skilled pitcher and Kelly Leak. Much to the surprise of everyone, The Bears make it to the finals of the championship. 

Bad News Bears is described by Kevin Thomas of the Los Angeles Times as “the best American screen comedy of the year to date,” adding, “Bright, pugnacious and utterly realistic as most children seem to be today, these kids are drawn with much accuracy and are played beautifully.”

Movie Details

  • Cast:  Walter Matthau, Vic Morrow, Joyce Van Patten, Ben Piazza
  • Box Office: $42.3 million
  • Genre: Sports comedy

Award(s)

OrganizationYearAward Name
Writers Guild of America USA1977Best Comedy Written Directly for the Screen

18. A League of their Own (1992)

A League of their Own

This tells a fictionalized account of the real-life All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL). The story begins in 1988,  when Dottie Hinson attends the opening of the new All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL) exhibit at the Baseball Hall of Fame. Many of her former teammates and friends are at the event and this prompts a flashback to 1943.

It is 1943 and the world war threatens to shut down the Major League Baseball, as result Walter Harvey, a club owner persu

ades his fellow owners to sponsor a women’s league.The other club owners agree and Ernie Capadino is saddled with the responsibility of recruiting the players.

Capadino’s search takes him to the rural part of Oregon where he finds Dottie, the catcher for a local dairy’s team. Capadino successfully scouts Dottie and her sister Kit alongside May, Doris, Evelyn, Shirley, Ellen and eight others and the Rockford peaches team is born. The team displays a lot of potential and goes ahead to win the World Series.

The consensus about the movie on review aggregator, Rotten Tomatoes reads “Sentimental and light, but still thoroughly charming, A League of Their Own is buoyed by solid performances from a wonderful cast” It is indeed one of the best baseball movies of all time.

Movie Details

Award(s)

OrganizationYearAward Name
American Comedy Awards, USA1993Funniest Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture – Tom Hanks
ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards1993Most Performed Song from Motion Picture – Madonna and Shep Pettibone
Casting Society of America1993Best Casting for Feature Film and Comedy- Ellen Lewis, Amanda Mackey

19.  Bang the Drum Slowly (1973)

Bang the Drum Slowly

This top baseball movie is a film adaptation of the 1956 baseball novel of the same name by American author Mark Harris. It tells the story of two baseball players Henry Wiggen and Bruce Pearson. Henry Wiggen is a star pitcher for the New York Mammoths, a fictional Major League Baseball team while Bruce Pearson is the team’s catcher, and is a player of limited skill and intellect.

Early in the film, we discover that Bruce is terminally ill with Hodgkin’s disease. Upon learning of his illness, Henry takes it upon himself to keep the news from the rest of his team and also ensures that Bruce enjoys his final days.

Kevin Thomas of the Los Angeles Times describes the film “deeply affecting, often humorous but never morbid or maudlin,” and “a film studded with terrific scenes and telling bits of dialog, reminding us anew of how valuable the contribution of even the most unprepossessing individual can be.

Movie Details

  • Cast: Roberto De Niro, Michael Moriarty, Phil Foster, Vincent Gardenia  
  • Box Office: $1 million
  • Genre: Sports drama

Award(s)

OrganizationYearAward Name
National Board of Review, USA1973Top Ten Films
New York Film Critics Circle Awards1974Best Supporting Actor – Roberto De Niro

20.  Rookie of the Year (1993)

Rookie of the Year

Henry Rowengartner is an unskilled, twelve year old little leaguer who is probably the worst on his team but he dreams of playing in the Major Leagues. During a game, Henry breaks his arm, so he has to wear a cast. Upon removing the cast, the doctor discovers Henry’s tendons have healed “a little too tight”, enabling Henry to pitch with incredible force.

Henry immediately becomes a sensation and he is signed to the Chicago cubs and thus his dream of playing in the Major Leagues becomes a reality.

This is one of the funny baseball movies out there and kids will definitely love this one. If you would like a review of movies where kids take the lead you can check out our best Christmas movies and best kids movies for Christmas as well.

Movie Details

  • Cast:Thomas Ian Nicholas, Gary Busey, Amy Morton, Patrick LaBrecque
  • Box Office:$56.5 million
  • Genre: Sports comedy film

Award(s)

OrganizationYearAward Name
ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards1994Top Box Office Films

FAQS

What are the best baseball movies to watch?

After reading this article, you really shouldn’t have this question on your mind anymore. Why? This article reviews the very best baseball movies out there, so you can just scroll right back up and choose which to watch. 

Are there baseball movies for kids?

Yes, there are baseball movies for kids and some of them include Rookie of the year, Million Dollar Arm, A Mile in his shoes and Pride of the Yankees to name a few. If you would also like to see other movies where kids are the lead actors you can also check out our best Christmas movies and best Canadian movies as well.

What are the best recent baseball movies?

It’s true that a number of the best baseball movies are classics which were made a while back but still, there are a number of recent baseball movies that are a delight to watch. Some of them include Everybody Wants Some, The Battered Bastards of Baseball, Million Dollar Arm and Trouble with the Curve.

Are there baseball movies based on true life stories?

Yes! There are tons of movies based on the true stories of real life baseball players. In fact, the majority of the best baseball movies are biographical, lending us a peek into the details of the lives of our favorite baseball heroes. Some of us movies include 

What are the best baseball documentaries?

While some baseball movies are based on true life stories, some are fictionalized while some are documentaries. Some of the best baseball documentaries are Screwball, The Battered Bastards of Baseball, Fastball, Brooklyn Dodgers: The Ghosts of Flatbush and Catching Hell to mention a few.

Conclusion; Best Baseball Movies Review

Now that we’ve taken you through the best of the best baseball movies out there, all you have to do is click any of the links to watch, rent or buy. Trust me you’ll have an absolutely amazing time watching these movies although some of them will definitely get you in your feelings. If you would like to read more movie reviews, you can check out our best romantic movies, best immigration movies, best action comedy movies, best military movies and best Canadian movies post to name a few.

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