PG-13 | | Biography, Drama, Sport
Oakland A's general manager Billy Beane's successful attempt to assemble a baseball team on a lean budget by employing computer-generated analysis to acquire new players.
One of the most persistently negative faceless voices attacking Beane's approach to team building in the film is performed by noted character actor Ron Canada. The character who gives a sharp rebuke to the A's after the climactic playoff loss, was ... ...
Artie, who do you like?
Art Howe: I like Perez. He's got a classy swing, its a real clean stroke.
Scout Barry: He can't hit a curve ball.
Art Howe: Yea, there's some work to be done, I'll admit that.
Scout Barry: Yea there is.
Art Howe: But he is noticeable.
Matt Keough: And an ugly girlfriend.
Scout Barry: What does that mean?
Matt Keough: ...
In the montage where Billy is talking to his players about his new ideas, you can see a Mountain Dew can on the table with the new MTN DEW logo, this logo didn't come out until 2008 but the movie takes place in 2002
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