That's not right: the 28 smallest yet biggest mistakes in sports movies

[post_page_title]The Sandlot[/post_page_title]
Every young child in the United States has probably watched The Sandlot at one point in his or her life. The backyard baseball team in the LA Suburbs was an instant classic when it came out in 1993. But what they got wrong in the film was a small detail about one of the greatest legends in baseball. As the narrator, Scott Smalls talks about The Sultan of Swat, Babe Ruth, and his “called shot” in the bottom of the ninth during Game 3 of the 1932 World Series. But the “called shot” was actually during the top of the fifth and at Wrigley Field.

the sandlot
The Sandlot

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