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Your Favorite Baseball Movie Reveals Your Coaching Style! [QUIZ]

Posted by Camille D.C. Sutton on Apr 4, 2017 9:30:00 AM

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A guys's favorite movie tells quite a bit about his sense of humor, likes, dislikes, and who his heroes might be.

What better way to know a baseball guy, than by his favorite baseball film?

Baseball movies are most sacred to those in baseball stadiums across America are filled with thousands of individuals who feel what Shoeless Joe Jackson felt when he mused: "It was the game... The sounds, the smells " in Field of Dreams. 

Folks love Moneyball because it represents the underdog who fights like heck to make a way, and beat the system.

And films like Trouble With A Curve remind us that some things about the game will never change, and that the soul of the sport will tell you everything you need to know about the player.

Every baseball movie has its central truth; we think we might be able to boil down your's by taking this quiz.

Read on for the link to our Baseball Movie: Coaching Style Quiz...

Which of these Baseball Films Best Captures Your Coaching Style?

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This quiz will reveal which character/baseball coaching philosophy you're most similar. Are you like the Moneyball men? Ray Kinsella's White Sox? Billy Chapel's mechanism? Gus's tried and true?

 

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Which movie did you get? Leave a comment on our FungoMan Facebook page! Share it on your Facebook page and see what your fellow coaches get as well! 

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Originally posted on December 17, 2015.

Topics: Baseball Coaching, Baseball movie, Baseball Quiz

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