I really enjoyed this movie; so much of it rang true for me. It certainly brought back memories of my days as Director of Conditioning with the White Sox. I was fortunate to be involved in the scouting and evaluation of prospective draft choices. I was used to evaluate their athleticism and to try to ascertain what if any physical improvements could me made. Also evaluated injury histories. It involved a lot of boots on the ground and face time. Like Eastwood’s character as opposed to what I call the “Moneybull” approach we needed to see the player play, how they warmed up, how they moved, how they reacted to certain situations, all of those things absolutely cannot be reduced to stats and numbers. The movie proved once again that Clint Eastwood is a master director and actor (Can’t take his politics though). Go see the movie even if you know nothing about baseball, it very enjoyable and entertaining. It serves as a poignant reminder of the human side of sport. Performance is three-dimensional, actually in some ways five dimensional, numbers on paper or on a computer are one-dimensional.