When Dottie and Jimmy are arguing whether Marla should bunt or swing away, while Jimmy is reading the paper the Rockford Peach emblem on his uniform switches from solid peach to red/white then back to solid peach. See more...
Before the final game, Doris's father tells the ticket scalper that he's going to take Doris out for a steak dinner as a surprise. After the team loses, Doris ironically stats that "I'm so depressed I could eat a cow." See more...
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|Title||A League Of Their Own|
|Original entry||Technically not really a mistake, but I have to question the strategy of the Racine manager in Game 7 of the world series. The situation is two outs, top of the ninth, Racine up 1-0, with runners at second and third and Dottie coming up. Now, Dottie has already been established as the best player in the league. Wouldn't the prudent choice here be, with first base open, to intentionally walk her and take their chances with the beauty queen on deck? The World Series is on the line, and Racine wants to take its chances against Dottie? It was obviously the wrong call, since Dottie ends up blasting a single to score the runners and give Rockford a lead. Just imagine if it were Game 7 of the real World Series, and Barry Bonds came up in this situation, with first base open. What would you do? [Even the best managers make mistakes and, more important, are second guessed by armchair generals. This decision by the character may have been far-fetched, but I can't see how it's a mistake by the moviemakers.]|