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Michael Cole almost 4 years ago
Rookie of the Year, except the kid is a manager instead of a player
Josh Persky almost 4 years ago
Daniel Jones over 6 years ago
Little Big League  is a 1994 family film about a 12-year-old who suddenly becomes the owner and then manager of the Minnesota Twins baseball team. It stars Luke Edwards, Timothy Busfield and Dennis Farina. Billy Heywood (Luke Edwards) is preteen son to a widowed single mom, Jenny (Ashley Crow), and a Little League baseball player. Billy's grandfather is Thomas Heywood (Jason Robards), owner of the Minnesota Twins. They are a last-place team, but Billy and his grandfather love each other, the Twins, and the game of baseball. When the grandfather dies, it is revealed that he wants Billy to inherit the franchise. He has specified that if Billy is still a minor, Thomas Heywood's aides are to help him along until Billy is old enough to run the team by himself. Billy quickly runs afoul of the team's manager, George O'Farell (Dennis Farina). Billy believes he is too hard on the players. O'Farrell despises the idea of working for a kid. After he insults Billy and tells him to butt out of the...
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