The One Constant, Through All The Costner, Has Been Baseball (feat. Hunter Atkins) | Episode 89
Posted March 29, 2018
Thirty years after "Bull Durham," Kevin Costner remains one of baseball's most recognizable avatars. Between 1988 and 1999, the square-jawed, iron-armed movie star made three films about the quintessentially American aura of the game: "Field of Dreams," "Bull Durham," and "For Love Of The Game." This week, we're joined by Houston Chronicle reporter and Astros beat writer Hunter Atkins to assess Costner's baseball abilities, update Susan Sarandon's "Bull Durham" character, and question whether "Dad, do you wanna have a catch?" is just too much. Happy Opening Day to you and yours.