This is without a doubt, among one of the best Baseball movies ever made (IMHO), it's got a cast full of names:
When the war kicks up in the Pacific and in Germany, Men's Baseball takes a hiatus so the owners of Baseball decide to initiate a woman's Baseball league......"4 teams, 16 girls to a team, that's 64 girls!"
Director Penny Marshall did a great job of casting older versions of the younger players' parts, especially Madonna's, Geena Davis's and Rosie O'Donnell's characters.
She also did a tremendous job of putting the older actresses and actors in the Baseball Hall Of Fame at the end of the movie next to their younger selves, it just made for a very unique and emotional experience.
The Baseball scenes were very well done and all the injuries that some of the actresses received in the film were real, including the slide into third by one of them who got this real ugly looking raspberry on her thigh and Rosie's bandage on her knee requiring several stitches.
The movie was presented in widescreen and was crisp and clear in sound and picture, and contains several bonus features including Director and cast commentary, 15 deleted scenes, "Nine Memorable Innings" Documentary and Madonna's "This used to be my playground" music video.
This movie is a must have in any Baseball movie fan's collection, it's filled with laughs and I definitely recommend it.