Big Leaguer
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Big Leaguer
Big Leaguer was the inauspicious feature-film debut for director Robert Aldrich. Edward G. Robinson stars as the real-life Hans Lobert, the baseball scout in charge of the New York Giants' Florida training camp. Each year, a new crop of would-be ballplayers are given a two-week tryout under Lobert's supervision. The aspirants this time out include, Adam Polachuk (Jeff Richards), the son of a Polish immigrant who wants Adam to become a lawyer; Julie Davis (William Campbell), a tough guy from the streets of New York; Bobby Bronson (Richard Jaeckel), a cocky Ohio lad; and Chuy Aguilar… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"The boring bush league baseball melodrama tosses softball batting practice pitches, as it tells of a lost era when baseball was the national past-time."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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