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Take Me In to the Ballgame

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It’s Good To Be Alive

Eric Gilde September 16, 2020

On this week’s “Take Me In to the Ballgame,” Ellen Adair and Eric Gilde discuss the 1974 Roy Campanella biopic, “It’s Good to Be Alive.” Much discussion of Campanella’s life vs. the depiction in this TV movie culminate in great fun scoring the “Delightfulness of Catcher” tool!

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The Mighty Casey

Ellen Adair September 2, 2020

On this week’s “Take Me In to the Ballgame” Ellen Adair & Eric Gilde talk “The Mighty Casey,” a baseball episode of “The Twilight Zone.”

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Mr. 3000

Eric Gilde August 19, 2020

This week on “Take Me In to the Ballgame,” Ellen Adair and Eric Gilde grade “Mr. 3000” on the 20-80 scouting scale. They discuss Bernie Mac as this Roberto-Clemente-through-the-looking-glass character, the irony of having an Astros pitcher tipping pitches, and more!

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Angels in the Outfield (1951)

Ellen Adair August 5, 2020

On this week’s episode of “Take Me In to the Ballgame,” Ellen Adair and Eric Gilde grade the ORIGINAL 1951 “Angels in the Outfield” on the 20-80 scale. How does this film compare to the remake? What is a reasonable team batting avg for a team of angels? Do women […]

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Million Dollar Arm

Eric Gilde July 22, 2020

This week on “Take Me In to the Ballgame,” Ellen Adair and Eric Gilde grade “Million Dollar Arm” (2014) on its tools on the 20-80 scouting scale. They discuss fact vs fiction on Rinku Singh, Dinesh Patel, & JB Bernstein, pitch velocity by sound of impact, and scotch whiskey faux […]

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The Bad News Bears

Ellen Adair July 16, 2020

This week on “Take Me In to the Ballgame,” Ellen Adair and Eric Gilde discuss the 1976 classic, “The Bad News Bears.” They appreciate its depiction of childhood, the Catfish Hunter comparison, the break on Amanda’s curveball, Denny’s as the Yankees’ sponsor, and more.