Perfect Game (2000 film)
|Written by||Dan Guntzelman|
|Directed by||Dan Guntzelman|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Running time||99 minutes|
Perfect Game is a 2000 American made-for-television comedy film about an eleven-year-old boy who loves baseball and yearns to play on his local Little League team. It was produced for the Disney Channel, where it was first aired.
Kanin Crosby, an 11-year-old boy who longs to play baseball for his local Little League team, is surprised when he and a group of other boys who, like him, are not all that talented, make the team. The team is led by experienced coach Bobby Geiser. The team soon find out, however, that Geiser was obliged to take the less-than-stellar players on in order to win a bet, provoking anger in Kanin, his friends and his mother Diane.
With Diane's help, the team overthrow Geiser and he is replaced by Billy, a retired school baseball coach. The team soon find out, however, that their new coach requires just as much self-assurance as they do. Through this they discover the value of teamwork.
- Edward Asner as Coach Billy
- Patrick Duffy as Coach Bobby Geiser
- Cameron Finley as Kanin 'Canine' Crosby
- Tracy Nelson as Diane Crosby
- Drake Bell as Bobby Jr.
- Orlando Brown as Marcel Williams
- Paul Robert Langdon as Enrique
- Shelley Malil as Coach Ravi
- Christopher Naoki Lee as Satoshi Miyati
- Bryan Matsuura as Osamu Miyati
- Hayley Palmer as Kelly
- Chelsea Parnell as Logan Crosby
- Sara Paxton as Sydney
- Martin Spanjers as Brian
- Jacqueline Steiger as Marsha
- Zachary Britton as a ballplayer
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