Rumbo a Las Grandes Ligas (Road to the Big Leagues) (2004)

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Movie Info

This documentary showcases how the baseball culture in the Dominican Republic produces more great players than any other country aside from the United States of America. The filmmakers sit down with teenage prospects who dream of careers in the big leagues.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Art House & International , Documentary , Special Interest , Sports & Fitness
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Studio:
The Orchard

Critic Reviews for Rumbo a Las Grandes Ligas (Road to the Big Leagues)

All Critics (3)

Although somewhat soft in tackling some of the more controversial aspects, it is still a fascinating look at the sport outside of the bright stadium lights and manicured lawns of the big leagues.

Full Review… | September 1, 2012
Movie Views

While some might debate whether baseball remains the American pastime, it is indisputably the sport of choice in the Dominican Republic which produces more major league players than any country except for the United States.

Full Review… | July 28, 2009
Movie Metropolis

sweet package deal to satisfy anyone's baseball fever

Full Review… | April 4, 2009
Old School Reviews

Audience Reviews for Rumbo a Las Grandes Ligas (Road to the Big Leagues)

As a big fan of baseball, I really enjoyed this film. I just wish it was longer and they went into more detail.

Matthew Meziere
Matthew Meziere

I really enjoyed seeing how inot baseball all of the people were. The film moved along quickly and it was very informative.

Doug Warner
Doug Warner

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