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    It was cancelled after ten episodes.
    Some viewers who caught the FOX Sports scenes actually believed that Ginny pitched for the Padres, unaware it was actually part of the plot.
    Despite getting a good reception in the first couple weeks of airing, the ratings nosedived considerably for the rest of its run, leading to its imminent cancellation.
    Its abrupt cancellation led to unresolved storylines amongst the characters.
    The show's writers admitted to deliberately ending the season on a cliffhanger in an attempt to get a second season commissioned.
    It was initially slated to be a midseason replacement show, before getting moved up to the fall lineup in order to accommodate ' Scandal' going on hiatus.
    It was a co-operative effort between Major League Baseball and FOX, who in turn chose the San Diego Padres as the franchise to center the show around.
    It gave a real time look at what goes on in both the clubhouses and the business side of baseball.
    It tackled subjects like sexism, chauvinism, adultery, drug use and alcoholism.
    It filmed the ballpark scenes at Petco Park, while the Padres were on road swings or in the off-season.
    As part of the realism, they had cameo appearances by actual Major League Baseball stars, who would film their scenes when their teams were in town playing the Padres.
    The reason Ginny was assigned #43 is because it was one number up from Jackie Robinson.

Credit: Ricky


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