MONEYBALL is NOW PLAYING and can be found to Rent or Buy here: 🤍bit.ly/3BmLhou Oakland A's general manager Billy Beane's successful attempt to assemble a baseball team on a lean budget by employing computer-generated analysis to acquire new players. Watch More: ► Need a Smile? Subscribe to Now Laughing: 🤍bit.ly/39UENSw ► Need a Fright? Subscribe to Now Scaring: 🤍bit.ly/39UENSw ► Have less time? Subscribe to Shorts: 🤍bit.ly/39UENSw NOW PLAYING is a channel made for movie fans, by movie fans. Here you will find all of the most memorable moments, scenes, trailers, and more from all of your favorite films. Whether you like comedy, action, drama, horror, sci-fi, westerns, or any other genre of film, you will always be able to find what you are looking for on NOW PLAYING. Moneyball | Hatteberg's Homerun
The home run was so powerful it flew right past this post.
Were hear this crap all the time. I am tired of hearing Billy Bean get reamed out in every seen. Do not want to see it.
Your titles don't match your video's
Imagine (thank you papa Paul)
Arron throws a season.
To get the
Actually, greatest receipt.
As he had always been neglected.
Arron. Throwing a Season to go out, on top.🎉
Seems maybe the title is a little misleading... or did I blink and miss the homerun?...lol
GM: "Cordoba, you played a little ball, right"
Cordoba: "I played a little tee-ball"
GM: "Well, you're the new head scout"
I hated the way they portrayed Grady Fuson in this. He was supportive of what Beane was doing.
I like the effort and passion of moneyball. I see both sides instinct of knowing players and value of moneyball through a 162 game schedule. But does this translate to short duration of playoffs. Be interested in thoughts and reaction. I fell in love with this game at age 7 at Crosley field and love it even more today.
-Hey clip do you have a homerun in your footage
- well, i have a little screen with people playing....
- congratulations you're the new hatteberg's homerun clip
That was a really well acted tuff love conversation between them.
Excellent title: Straight, concise, to the point.
Absolutely nothing to do, whatsoever, with the clip, but who's counting?
This might be the unlikeliest of clickbait I've EVER SEEN!
I love the movie, the A's didn't win anything .. no championships to show for moneyball ... and the nonsense statement at the end of the movie where the Red Sox hired Bill James and finally won is ludicrous. In the year the Red Sox won the series for the first time since the early 1900's, they had the highest payroll in baseball. Congratulations, you became the Yankees.
I’ve watched this vid three times, but I keep missing the home run.
Dude who played Grady is phenomenal in this role.
And what’s wrong with working at Dick’s Sporting Goods?