For Love of the Game (1999)
Billy Chapel: The game doesn't stink, Mr. Wheeler. It's a great game.
Heather: So, are you my mom's boyfriend? Billy Chapel: I'm not sure. Heather: But you've slept with her.
[To himself, pitching to a Yankee batter] Billy Chapel: Sam Tuttle. I can't think of a better reason not to be a Yankee.
[While helping a traded teammate move] Billy Chapel: I ain't carryin' no books. Where's the pillows?
Jane Aubrey: What if my face was all scraped off and I was totally disfigured and had no arms and legs and I was completely paralyzed. Would you still love me? Billy Chapel: No. But we could still be friends.
Billy Chapel: I don't know if I have anything left. Gus Sinski: You just throw whatever you got, whatever's left. The boys are all here for you. We're gonna be awesome for you right now!
[Billy and Jane have sex in her bed for the first time, and Billy finds a flashlight by his feet] Jane Aubrey: It's not mine. Billy Chapel: You mean it doubles as a flashlight?
Jane Aubrey: I need a regular guy. Not the guy in the Old Spice commercials. Billy Chapel: It was Right Guard. Jane Aubrey: What? Billy Chapel: It was Right Guard, not Old Spice. Jane Aubrey: I was being metaphorical.
Vin Scully: After 19 years in the big leagues, 40 year old Billy Chapel has trudged to the mound for over 4000 innings. But tonight, he's pitching against time, he's pitching against the future, against age, against ending. Tonight, he will make the fateful walk to the loneliest spot in the world, the pitching mound at Yankee Stadium, to push the sun back into the sky and give us one more day of summer.
Jane Aubrey: Do you lose very much? Billy Chapel: I lose. I've lost 134 times. Jane Aubrey: You count them? Billy Chapel: We count everything.