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Major League - "No Pepper Games"
When they are in spring training and Ricky Vaughn is pitching for the first time in practice, you notice that at first, there is a sign that says "no pepper games". The thing is, the sign is originally to the left of the backstop, not directly behind home plate. however, when ricky pitches the ball, the sign mysteriously moves from the left of the backstop to directly behind it and ricky breaks it. Where did it come from?
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D kozbach on 05-10-2001
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joboo6 writes:
I also noticed that in that same scene when Lou and one of his coaches is walking toward Jake, there is a batting cage behind Jake. When Lou and his coach stand next to Jake, the batting cage is gone and all you see is the regular backstop.
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Josh writes:
It's been a really long time since I watched this movie, but I always thought that Vaughn was having a great amount of difficulty with his control, and that maybe he missed the backstop completely to hit the sign...
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