2PS: Best Fictional Movie or TV Baseball Characters

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Part One: Best Fictional Movie or TV Baseball Picture?
Which fictional baseball picture has the nastiest stuff on the mound, as well as, in terms of their on-screen performance?

LIVE POLL: TBD


See the partial list of movie or television fictional baseball picture characters here: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls069159294/

Part Two: Best Fictional Movie or TV Baseball Hitter?
Which fictional baseball batter is the most clutch at the plate, as well as, in terms of their on-screen performance?

LIVE POLL: TBD


See the partial list of movie or television fictional baseball hitter characters here: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls033223945/
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Chet Steadman and Air Bud...Someone has to vote for the underdogs.
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Good picks, I would probably go with Robert De Niro as Bruce Pearson in Bang the Drum Slowly (1973) (wasn't on list) for Major League Baseball's ultimate underdog. story.
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"has the nastiest stuff on the mound" implies that you are asking only about pitchers.

Is that the case?
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Yes, one poll is dedicated to pictures only, hence nastiest stuff question, further emphasized with on the mound for the baseball layman. Only elite pictures are known having pitches that are described by hitters as "nasty", the term is not used for fielders or hitters at all.
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2019 marks the 150th anniversary of Major League Baseball and the 50th anniversary of the "Miracle Mets", one of the greatest upsets in World Series history. In honor of these dual anniversaries, we celebrate with two polls featuring the greatest fictional baseball hitters and pictures in movie or television history.