Jeff Malmberg spoke with Solzy at the Movies last week about the new Netflix documentary, The Saint of Second Chances. Malmberg co-directed the film with Oscar-winning filmmaker Morgan Neville. He also edited the film with Alan Lowe. Both have been wanting to make a baseball movie for quite some time now. It just so happens–as Jeff tells me–that Morgan first met Mike Veeck fifteen years ago. The two filmmakers started scheming together about how they…"Jeff Malmberg talks The Saint of Second Chances"
Baseball fans woke up this morning to find that YouTube TV was stupidly not carrying the MLB Network on their now-worthless service. YouTube TV sent out the following email to their subscribers about the MLB Network: We have been working hard to renew our deal with the MLB Network to continue carrying their content on YouTube TV. However, we have been unable to reach an agreement, and starting today, January 31, 2023, MLB Network content will no longer be available…"MLB Network Dropped By YouTube TV And It’s Depressing"
MLB Opening Day 2022 is finally here so here are a few baseball movies to help you celebrate the day arriving on the calendar. When the lockout started in December, nobody knew if the day would ever arrive. As weeks gave way to months, we didn’t know if we would get a full season or not. Finally, everybody came to an agreement and spring training got underway. And now, it’s April 7, 2022 so we…"MLB Opening Day 2022: Some Baseball Movies"
2020 World Series Champions: Los Angeles Dodgers, the official World Series film, arrives today on Blu-ray so that fans can relive the Fall Classic. It’s not an unfair statement to say that this year was among the most unique for Major League Baseball. After baseball shut down in March, nobody knew if the season would ever restart let alone have a postseason. With outbreaks on the Florida Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals, the postseason felt…"2020 World Series Champions: Los Angeles Dodgers"
Following an outbreak on the Miami Marlins and positive tests for other teams, Major League Baseball needs to show leadership and shut the season down. What we need right now is leadership from MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred. We’re not seeing leadership at all. Going into the start of the season, it wasn’t even sure if the season would happen. And now, it’s looking like the season should be shut down. You’re probably wondering why I’m…"MLB Needs To Shut Baseball Down"