See the partial list of biographical baseball stories, as told through the movies, television or streaming media here: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls021813044/
Lesser Seen Biographical Movies (<500 IMDb votes)
Don't Look Back: The Story of Leroy 'Satchel' Paige 1981 | TV Movie Leroy 'Satchel' Paige
A Winner Never Quits 1986 | TV Movie Peter "Pete" Gray
The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson 1990 | TV Movie Jack "Jackie" Robinson
It's Good to Be Alive 1974 | TV Movie Roy "Campy" Campanella
Headin' Home 1920 | Movie George Herman "Babe" Ruth Jr. aka "The Bambino" or "The Sultan of Swat"
Weeds on Fire 2016 | Movie Hong Kong's Sha Tin District Shatin Martins Youth Baseball Team
One in a Million: The Ron LeFlore Story 1977 | TV Movie Ronald "Ron" LeFlore
In-Development Biographical Baseball Movies (Possible Future Options)
The Hill | Movie Ricky Hill ??? or Richard Hill ???
The Silent Natural | Movie William "Dummy" Hoy
Against the Odds | Movie 2015 Red Land, Texas Little League World Series Baseball Team
Fastball on the Outside Corner: The Josh Gibson Story | Movie Joshua Gibson Booty
Clemente | Movie Roberto "Arriba" Clemente aka The Great One
The Proudest | Movie William "Billy" Martin
Untitled Lenny Dykstra Project | Movie Lenny "Nails" Dykstra aka Dude
Untitled Yasiel Puig Project | Movie Yasiel "Wild Horse" Puig
Untitled Hank Aaron Biopic | Movie Henry "Hammerin' Hank" Aaron aka Hammer or Bad Henry
Banzai Babe Ruth | Movie 1934 Japan Tour American League All-Stars
Marge | Movie Marge Schott
Dock | Movie Dock Ellis
Effa | Movie Effa Louise Manley
High Five | Movie Glenn Burke
Untitled Charley Pride Project | Movie Charles Pride
Documentary Biographical Baseball Movies
The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg 1998 | Movie Hank "Hammerin' Hank" Greenberg aka "Hankus Pankus" and "The Hebrew Hammer"
Hank Aaron: Chasing the Dream 1995 | Movie Henry "Hammerin' Hank" Aaron aka Hammer or Bad Henry
This Old Cub 2004 | Movie Ronald "Ron" Santo
Set Apart: The Jim Abbott Story 2018 | TV Movie James "Jim" Abbott
"Baseball movies don't tend to do great business outside of baseball fans, and sometimes that's because the movie in question isn't very good (see: my oft-repeated, multi-chapter rant on fundamental game errors in The Scout). Other times, the film isn't marketed correctly, focusing more on the "baseball" than the "movie" and not emphasizing the universal appeal of some of the game's great stories and characters.We've had a decent run recently, though -- Moneyball and 42 came out better than I expected, and were received well -- and it's made me hopeful that we can revisit some of the game's greats (or interesting also-rans) at the multiplex."