The Baseball Movie All-Star Team

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As baseball season approaches, it seems fitting to announce the official All-Star team of fictional baseball characters. Below is a full 35-man roster that would compete against any Major League squad in history. In fact, I’d like to see ESPN put it to the test.

You may disagree with a roster occupant here and there, but this is the most comprehensive roster of sports movie characters you’re likely to find.  So, sit back and watch the Boys (and Ladies) of Summer tap into your baseball movie nostalgia.

Starting Lineup:

CF- Willie Mays Hayes (Major League)

3B- Kelly Leak (The Bad News Bears)

RF- Roy Hobbs (The Natural)

C- Crash Davis (Bull Durham)

1B- Jack Elliot (Mr. Baseball)

DH- Jack Parkman (Major League 2)

2B- Marla Hooch (A League Of Their Own)

LF- Bobby Rayburn (The Fan)

SS- Benny Rodriguez (The Sandlot)

P- Steve Nebraska (The Scout)

Pitching Staff:

  • SP- Nuke LaLoosh (Bull Durham)
  • SP- Billy Chapel (For Love Of The Game)
  • SP- Eddie Harris (Major League)
  • SP- Henry Wiggen (Bang The Drum Slowly)
  • RP- Kenny DeNunez (The Sandlot)
  • RP- Miles Pennfield w/ headphones (Hard Ball)
  • RP- Amanda Whurlitzer (Bad News Bears)
  • RP- Henry Rowengartner (Rookie Of The Year)
  • RP- Chet Rocket Steadman (Rookie Of The Year)
  • RP- Eric Van Leemer (Summer Catch)
  • RP- Sammy Bodeen (Talent For The Game)
  • Closer- Ricky Vaughn (Major League)


  • 1B- Jimmy Dugan (A League Of Their Own)
  • OF- Pedro Cerrano (Major League)
  • OF- T-Rex Pennebaker (Mr. 3000)
  • OF- Isuro Tanaka (Major League 2)
  • OF- Billy ‘Downtown’ Anderson (Major League 3)
  • UTIL- Alan “Yea Yea” McClennan (The Sandlot)
  • UTIL- Lou Collins (Little Big League)
  • UTIL- Gus (The Benchwarmers)
  • UTIL- Ed (Ed)
  • DH- Stan (Mr. 3000)
  • C- Hamilton “Ham” Porter (The Sandlot)
  • C- Dottie Hinson (A League Of Their Own)
  • Pinch Runner- Mickey Scales (Little Big League)


  • Head Coach- Lou Brown (Major League)
  • Pitching Coach- Phil Brickma (Rookie Of The Year)
  • Assistant Coach- Billy Heywood (Little Big League)
  • Hitting Coach- [against his will, of course] Jake Taylor (Major League)
  • Team Manager- Jarius G-Baby Evans (Hard Ball)
  • Radar Gun/Statistics- Annie Savoy (Bull Durham)

Baseball Movie All Star Team The Baseball Movie All Star Team

“The one constant through all the years, Ray, has been baseball.”

Terrence Mann (James Earl Jones, Field of Dreams) was right about a lot, but when it comes to the portrayal of America’s pastime in film, he was spot on. Countless sports films are piled up in the annals of movie history – many of which are fleeting memories – but dozens of characters in baseball movies have remained favored throughout the years. There just is no other sport with an essence and culture that translates to film as well as baseball.

Got any favorite baseball characters not on the roster? Keep in mind, they have to be fictional. Unleash on the comments board below and let us know what you think.

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  1. NOT ONE from Field of Dreams? Oh, forgot, not a baseball movie…silly me.

    • Only problem is that this is a fictional baseball team, all of the players in Field of Dreams were real players.

  2. NOT ONE from Field of Dreams? Come on now.

  3. My only concern is your starting CF and LF are the same actor. While I understand this is a fantasy lineup, I think there should be some reality. Overall though, you list some of the most fantastic characters from movies, sports or otherwise.

  4. Filed of Dreams is based on real baseball players

  5. I'm a little surprised no one from Angels in the Outfield made the team…

  6. YES! Benny the Jet at SS is a perfect fit!

  7. haha, Nelson, i almost did, but convinced myself they were being supported by outside sources and no angels would be present. also, it may be cause for suspicion, a la Steroids.

  8. Baseball teams have 25 man rosters, not 35.

  9. 40-man rosters on September 1st…besides…who cares? i filled out a complete roster and 6 of them aren't even players.

  10. i think the mascots should be the gang from “The Warriors”

  11. haha, awesome

  12. that's what makes it grate.

  13. Air Bud: Golden Receiver 1998 G
    All The Right Moves 1983 R
    Angels In The Endzone 1997 G
    Any Given Sunday 1999 R
    Best of Times, The 1986 PG-13
    Brian's Song 1971 G
    Brian's Song 2002 NR
    Code Breakers 2005 NR
    Comebacks, The 2007 R
    Everybody's All-American 1988 R
    Express, The 2008 PG
    Facing the Giants 2006 PG
    Fighting Back 1980 NR
    Friday Night Lights 2004 PG-13
    Full Ride 2001 PG-13
    Fumbleheads 1999 PG-13
    Game Plan, The 2007 PG
    Garbage Picking Field Goal Kicking… 1998 PG
    Gridiron Gang 2006 PG-13
    Halfback of Notre Dame 1996 G
    Heaven Can Wait 1978 PG
    Hometown Legend 2002 PG
    Horse Feathers 1932 NR
    Invincible 2006 PG
    Jerry Maguire 1996 R
    Jim Thorpe: All-American 1951 NR
    Junction Boys, The 2002 NR
    Knute Rockne All American 1940 NR
    Last Boy Scout, The 1991 R
    Leatherheads 2007 PG-13
    Little Giants 1995 PG
    Longest Yard, The 2005 PG-13
    Longest Yard, The 1974 R
    Lucas 1986 PG-13
    Necessary Roughness 1991 PG-13
    North Dallas Forty 1979 R
    Paper Lion 1968 NR
    Possums 1998 PG
    Program, The 1993 R
    Quarterback Princess 1983 NR
    Radio 2003 PG
    Reggie's Prayer 1996 NR
    Remember the Titans 2000 PG
    Replacements, The 2000 PG-13
    Rudy 1993 PG
    Second String, The 2002 PG
    Semi-Tough 1977 R
    The Blind side 2009 PG-13
    They Call Me Sirr 2001 PG-13
    Two For The Money 2005 R
    Varsity Blues 1999 R
    Waterboy 1998 PG-13
    We Are Marshall 2006 PG
    Weapons of Mass Distraction 1997 R
    Wildcats 1986 R
    Windrunner 1995 PG

  14. You need Jimmy Morris in there as a reliever from (The Rookie) Dennis Quaid

    • Jimmy Morris was a real player/person!

  15. Great list…but if Ruddebaker, er, Gardenhoser, er, Rowengartner makes it from Rookie of the Year, his longtime nemesis HAS to get on the squad…

    Alejandro “Butch” Heddo — he “eats fastballs for breakfast”

  16. How about King Kelly from ‘It Happens Every Spring’?

  17. What about Kenny Powers in there?

    He should easily be in the starting rotation!

  18. George Knox or Jimmy Dugan head coach or this list is void.