Check out the unbelievably true story of the legal wrangling surrounding the record-setting home run ball hit by Barry Bonds at Pac Bell Park in San Francisco. When one guy catches the "million dollar baseball" but another guy ends up with it amidst the crush of the crowd, who is the rightful owner? No one can seem to agree, but one thing is certain: Some people will go to amazing lengths for love of the game.
Netflix Rating: 3.5
In Michael Wranovics's documentary about two fans' battle over a record-breaking home-run baseball, both men come off as unlikable opportunists. But the whole affair is interesting in an appalling way, and there is a certain satisfaction in the way it all turned out.
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Consensus: You don't have to be a baseball fan to be entertained by the absurdities, obsessions, and greed on display in this documentary.