Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch
About Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch
In the 4th installment of the series, Josh is off to his first year of college, leaving sports-loving golden retriever Buddy behind with little sister Andrea and the rest of the family. Wanting to fit in with her classmates, Andrea decides to join the baseball team. And in doing so, discovers that Buddy has quite the ability to play the game.
When everything seems to be going right, Buddy's puppies have started to disappear. The result of kidnappers using a raccoon to take them. These kidnappers turn out to be researchers wanting to find out if there's a special gene that makes them good at sports. It's up to Buddy to save his puppies and do well in his game. Find out how that goes in Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch!
Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch's Relation To Sport Business
Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch focuses on the player side of sport. Particularly on Andrea and golden retriever Buddy. We see their adventure as they try to do well in their games and save Buddy's kidnapped puppies. Family is a major part of this movie and the effect it has on the games being played. Or, IF they can even be played. Some priorities might come before play. Especially when not at the professional level. It is a family movie but one that can still be learned from for athletes and anyone wanting to work in the sport industry. Definitely check this one out!
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Why watch Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch?
Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch is a great family movie for all to enjoy. It continues the series many of us grew up loving. This time, Buddy takes on the sport of baseball. But, he also has to save his puppies from kidnappers. The big takeaway from it all is that family is everything. Which makes sense as a family movie. The whole idea of the series is amazing too. A sport-playing dog who can play it all is just fantastic. In real life, the series has made an effect on those dog lovers. Many people who get golden retrievers now end up naming them Buddy. They may not be sports heroes like the star of the Air Bud series, but they are still very much loved. When you can, get the family together and give this one a watch!