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The Scout is a 1994 motion picture starring Brendan Fraser and Albert Brooks and directed by Michael Ritchie, the director of The Bad News Bears. Al Percolo (Albert Brooks) is a major league baseball scout with the New York Yankees who attends a game at a small college to see pitching phenom Tommy Lacy (Michael Rappaport). He happens to be a fan of the film King Kong and he remarks to his fellow scouts sitting in the crowd that he is looking for King Kong. After the game, Al gets himself invited to dinner at Tommy's house and convinces him and his devoutly Catholic parents that he should sign a contract with the Yankees, which he eventually does. Just as he is about to make his major league debut, Al's latest discovery suffers an extreme case of stage fright ("I made a mistake. I need the Lord.") that leads him to vomit on the pitcher's mound at Yankee Stadium. After Lacy's "embarrassing" outing, Al is banished to the Mexican countryside. While attending a game in Mexico, the very...
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