Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that there are many explicit discussions of sexuality in this film. Susan Sarandon's character spends a great deal of screen time outlining her philosophy on sexuality, especially about the relationship between sex and baseball. There are a few scenes of simulated sex with a little nudity. Alcohol, lots of strong language ("f--k," "s--t," and "p---y"), bar fights, and a marijuana reference are also onscreen.
The movie's plot compares sex to baseball. The film is chock-full of sex, some nudity, and frank sexual discussions.
There are two fist fights between the rookie pitcher and the catcher; however, they are short and there is no bloodshed. Lots of yelling.
Very strong language. The word "f--k" occurs over 10 times in the first 20 minutes of the movie. Also, "son of a bitch," "p---y," "c--k," and "s--t" are frequent.
Embrace all you meet, because there is something to be learned from each person you encounter. Also, there are multiple ways to look at every situation.
The players drink Miller Light and Jim Beam.
Drugs / Tobacco /
The coaches chew tobacco, Annie smokes marijuana, and the players drink alcohol.