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Angels in the Infield

Angels in the Infield
Directed by Robert King
Produced by Roger Birnbaum (exec.)
Fitch Cady
Deb LeFaive (co)
Holly Goldberg Sloan(co)
Irby Smith (co)
Gary Stutman (co)
Written by Richard Conlin (char.)
Robert King (plot)
Holly Goldberg Sloan (plot)
Garrett K. Shiff (screenplay)
Robert King (screenplay)
Starring Patrick Warburton
Brittney Irvin
David Alan Grier
Kurt Fuller
Music by Brad Gillis (bkgrnd cues)
Ira Newborn
Cinematography James Gardner
Edited by Corky Ehlers
Release date
April 9, 2000
Running time
89 minutes
Country United States

Angels in the Infield is a 2000 Disney television film, Directed by Robert King. A follow on to the 1994 film Angels in the Outfield, and the 1997 film Angels in the Endzone, this motion picture is about a group of angels trying to help a baseball team win a championship game, while at the same time helping to reunite the team's pitcher's family. The Anaheim Angels are again featured, in a reprise of the role that the team played during Angels in the Outfield.

When Eddie Everett was a rookie in 1992, he was one of the best pitchers of his time. He led the California Angels to the American League Championship Series, where they played the Boston Red Sox, and were one out away from making it to the World Series (this same situation occurred in real life, but in 1986, not 1992). When a rookie playing for the Red Sox hits a ground ball to Eddie, he bobbles it and is unable to get him out, while the runners he let on base score, losing a chance for the Angels to make it to the World Series. Ever since then, he had never been the same pitcher, or the same person.

Six years later, Eddie and his wife, Claire, are divorced, and he has barely kept contact with their thirteen-year-old daughter, Laurel. However, at a game where the Anaheim Angels are playing the fictitious Arizona Crimson Devils, and they lose, Claire says that she is taking a job in Boston and is leaving Laurel with him. When he takes her back home, she realizes that his life isn't at all what she thought it'd be. He can't get over losing that game in his rookie year, and she prays that he can get a second chance.



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