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Kevin Costner's "Field of Dreams" is the fans' choice as best-ever baseball movie. (Nick Ut/AP)

'Field of Dreams' tops tourney built a bracket, and movie fans came by the thousands to select "Field of Dreams" as the best baseball movie of all time.
The Kevin Costner film -- about a novice farmer who lures the ghosts of Shoeless Joe Jackson and his 1919 White Sox teammates by building a baseball field in his corn field -- topped the comedy "Major League" in the championship bracket.
"The Natural" and "The Pride of the Yankees" rounded out the Final Four.

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Bull Durham
Blue Skies Again
Major League
Rookie of the Year
A League of Their Own
Summer Catch
Fever Pitch
Long Gone
Bad New Bears (1976)
The Slugger's Wife
Bad New Bears (2005)
The Scout
Mr. 3000
Mr. Baseball
The Benchwarmers
The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars & Motor Kings

The Natural
For Love of the Game
Soul of the Game
The Rookie
A Winner Never Quits
Game 6
Eight Men Out
Stealing Home
Bang the Drum Slowly
Don't Look Back
The Fan
The Babe
The Final Season

Field of Dreams
Still We Believe
The Sandlot
Chasing October
Angels in the Outfield (1994)
Hank Aaron: Chasing the Dream
Brewster's Millions
Up For Grabs
When it Was a Game
This Old Cub
The Sandlot 2
Tiger Town
The Bronx is Burning
Ken Burns' Baseball
Little Big League
The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

Pride of the Yankees
Big Leaguer
Angels in the Outfield (1951)
The Winning Team
It Happens Every Spring
Take Me Out to the Ball Game
Damn Yankees
Safe At Home!
The Jackie Robinson Story
The Pride of St. Louis
The Stratton Story
The Kid From Cleveland
The Babe Ruth Story
Fear Strikes Out
It Happened in Flatbush
The Kid From Left Field
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