PG-13 | | Mystery, Thriller
After her businessman husband dies suspiciously in a Mexican plane crash, his widow begins to investigate his labyrinthine financial dealings, not all of which are legal.
The actual ball hit by Bill Mazeroski was found by a 14-year-old boy named Andy Jerpe, who subsequently lost it when his buddies talked him into using it for a sandlot game, and it was hit into some tall grass and never found.
Elizabeth 'Bessie' Faro:
They said beein' married to Johnny Faro is like ridin' a car with no brakes. I aid I like the ride, ladies.
At the beginning of the movie when the boy catches the Mazeroski home run that won the 1960 World Series, it was a Rawlings baseball. Rawlings did not begin supplying baseballs to the major leagues until around 1970. The home run ball would have been a Spalding baseball in 1960.
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