'30 for 30' spoof of 'Angels in the Outfield' is incredible!

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The Internet is usually good for a lot of things, and providing videos that leave you with a big smile on your face is one of them.

College Humor just released a hilarious spoof of ESPN's "30 for 30" documentary series.

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The video goes through the rise and fall of the 1994 California Angels -- known to everyone as the team from the hit movie “Angels in the Outfield.”

The five-minute video features ESPN's Tim Kurkjian breaking down the Angels' magical season. The video also features Neal McDonough, who played Whitt Bass in the movie.

References to other fictional baseball players Rick “Wild Thing” Vaughn and Henry Rowengartner are great.

And when other “analysts” point out how dysfunctional the team actually was, it’s hard not to laugh.

Another great line from the mockumentary -- "If a hockey player can win the masters. If a golden retriever can play basketball. If Michael Jordan can play with Bill Murray and Tweetie bird. Then maybe we can believe that the Angels can win baseball games."


Well done, College Humor, well done.