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Fever Pitch (8-Apr-2005)

Directors: Bobby Farrelly; Peter Farrelly

Writers: Lowell Ganz; Babaloo Mandel

From novel by: Nick Hornby

Keywords: Romantic Comedy, Baseball

A hardcore Boston Red Sox fan struggles to balance his team spirit with the companionship of his girlfriend.

ABSTRACT
High school teacher Ben, obsessed Boston Red Sox fan from a young age, meets and falls in love with businesswoman Lindsay during the baseball-free offseason. Ben's rabid fandom takes hold when spring rolls around, however, forcing him to find a way to balance his first love with the love of his life just as the Red Sox embark on their improbable 2004 World Series run.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Drew Barrymore
Actor
22-Feb-1975   E.T., The Wedding Singer
Lenny Clarke
Actor
16-Sep-1953   Uncle Teddy on Rescue Me
Johnny Damon
Baseball
5-Nov-1973   "Caveman" outfielder
Dennis Eckersley
Baseball
3-Oct-1954   Hall of Famer, renowned pitcher
Jimmy Fallon
Comic
19-Sep-1974   Saturday Night Live
Willie Garson
Actor
20-Feb-1964   Stanford Blatch on Sex and the City
Zen Gesner
Actor
23-Jun-1970   The Adventures of Sinbad
Ione Skye
Actor
4-Sep-1971   Say Anything
KaDee Strickland
Actor
14-Dec-1975   Dr. Charlotte King on Private Practice
Jason Varitek
Baseball
11-Apr-1972   Boston Red Sox
JoBeth Williams
Actor
6-Dec-1948   Poltergeist
Andrew Wilson
Actor
22-Aug-1964   Actor brother of Luke and Owen
Marissa Jaret Winokur
Actor
2-Feb-1973   Hairspray

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