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Film Review - Moneyball


There have been a great number of exceptional baseball films, but very few films about baseball. “Moneyball” eschews home runs, cutesy player idiosyncrasy, and game day excitement to permit a peek at frosty front office interaction, where the true mechanics of the sport are worked out in full. “Moneyball” is a pleasure to watch, insightful and entertaining all the way, but the educational elements shouldn’t be discounted. Even for baseball fans, the feature illuminates the managerial process, understanding that games aren’t won and lost by the players themselves, but how they’re meticulously assembled as a team. Read the rest at


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