Tim Wakefield is the oldest player in baseball, just seven victories away from 200 career wins. Robert Allen Dickey is 34 and working to make it out of the minors and onto the New York Mets. That's where the movie Knuckleball picks up the stories of two pitchers who specialize in the most unpredictable pitch in baseball. The documentary by Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg follows Wakefield and Dickey behind the scenes at the ballpark, on the road, and at home. Red Sox veteran Wakefield, Dickey, and other baseball luminaries are expected to attend a VIP party after the Boston premiere.
Sept. 18, 7 p.m., screening at Regal Fenway Stadium 13, 201 Brookline Ave., Boston.
$30. 9:30 p.m., VIP party at Royal Rooters Room, Nationa's Archives, Fenway Park, Boston. $100 includes movie. www.eventbrite.com
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