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You may not be able to see R.A. Dickey at Citi Field anymore, but you can still enjoy the DVD starring Dickey, Tim Wakefield, and their baffling pitch. Subway Squawkers is giving away three copies of the DVD KNUCKLEBALL, courtesy of MPI/FilmBuff.To win a copy, please send an email with your name and mailing address and KNUCKLEBALL DVD in the subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org. Three winners will be chosen at random. Contest is open to residents of the continental United States. Contest runs until March 28 at 5 P.M.KNUCKLEBALL From acclaimed filmmakers Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg (The Devil Came on Horseback; Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work) this heartfelt, funny and deeply engaging film delves into the legendary subculture of the knuckleball and the brotherhood of men who share the drive, imagination and humility to throw baseball‘s slowest, most disrespected pitch. Filmed throughout the 2011 season, KNUCKLEBALL follows 37 year-old R.A. Dickey (New York Mets and 2012 ...
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@jay_horwitzpr how quickly we forget
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Thanks to the good people over at MPI/FilmBuff we have the opportunity to give away via a contest the3 copies of the DVD Knuckleball!
This DVD is being released on April 2nd and follows the exploits of our former 20 game Winner R A Dickey and Tim Wakefield during the 2011 season. Here is a little bio of the movie.
From acclaimed filmmakers Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg this heartfelt, funny