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Clubhouse

A teenage boy lives out his biggest dream as the batboy for a major league baseball team.

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01x05 Spectator Interference Aired: Nov. 06, 2004

When an efficiency expert determines Lou is no longer needed, a more capable equipment manager is hired. But the the bat boys unite in an attempt …

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Clubhouse is Canceled/Ended
The show had 1 season and 12 episodes air in 2004.

Series Info

Type:
Scripted
Premiered:
Sep. 26, 2004
Status:
Canceled/Ended
Runtime:
60 min.
Aired:
2004 - 2004
To-Date:
1 Season
12 Episodes
Network
CBS TV Network
Genre

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Series Fun Facts

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  • After reading the pilot script The Major League Baseball Corporation and The New York Yankees team declined a request for a cooperative licensing arrangement that would have allowed the…
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    After reading the pilot script The Major League Baseball Corporation and The New York Yankees team declined a request for a cooperative licensing arrangement that would have allowed the series to use established team names and locations. "There were particular elements we weren't comfortable being associated with," MLB spokesman Carmine Tiso said. This necessitated the creation of fictional leagues, teams, and stadiums. The show was also forced after filming the pilot to quickly abandon the pinstripes on the Empire uniforms as they were too similar to the Yankees. The pinstripes were even digitally erased from promos for the series premiere.
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  • Notable guest stars in episodes that never aired on CBS included Charles S. Dutton, Joanna Cassidy, Kat Dennings, Michael T. Weiss, Diana Maria Riva, Roger Aaron Brown, and Billy Dee Williams.
  • When the pilot aired Mare Winningham received first billing in the opening credits and Dean Cain was credited last with the special billing 'And Dean Cain'. There was also another series…
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    When the pilot aired Mare Winningham received first billing in the opening credits and Dean Cain was credited last with the special billing 'And Dean Cain'. There was also another series regular played by Marc Donato, who played Rich, a fellow bat boy. Donato was dropped after the pilot and beginning with the third episode Dean Cain received top billing, and Winningham credited last as "And Mare Winningham"
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