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Quantum Leap: Play Ball - August 6, 1961

August 6, 1961: Sam leaps into Lester "Doc" Fuller, a former major league pitcher stuck back in the minors again, Sam must get a hotshot rookie ballplayer back on the right track. In the meantime, Sam also has to ward off advances from his team's owner...and her daughter!

Episode Info  

Episode number: 4x2
Production Number: 67305
Airdate: Wednesday September 25th, 1991

Guest Stars
Casey SanderCasey Sander
As Warren Monroe
Maree CheathamMaree Cheatham
As Margaret Twilly
Charles FickCharles Fick
As Ryker

Co-Guest Stars
Hank RobinsonHank Robinson
As First Umpire
Michael BellisarioMichael Bellisario
As Billy
Royce D. ApplegateRoyce D. Applegate
As Radio Reporter
Juan GarciaJuan Garcia
As Jorge
Don StroudDon Stroud
As Mustangs Coach
Owen RutledgeOwen Rutledge
As Lester "Doc" Fuller / Mirror
Peter JasonPeter Jason
As Talent Scout
David B. MacCabeeDavid B. MacCabee
As Immigration Officer
Russel LundayRussel Lunday
As Eagle Manager
Main Cast
Scott BakulaScott Bakula
As Dr. Samuel "Sam" Beckett
Dean StockwellDean Stockwell
As Rear Admiral Albert "Al" Calavicci
Episode Quotes
Al: This could be messier than I thought.

Sam: I don't want to sleep with her. She gives me the creeps!

Margaret: (to Sam) It's a good thing you're better in bed then you are at running bases.

Al: I know you, Sam. You're terminally good.

Chucky: Where'd you learn to slide like that?
Sam: I saw Pete Rose try it once.
Chucky: Who?

Coach: (to Sam) You gotta stop sliding in head first!

Chucky: If you could spend ugly, you'd be a rich man.

Al: So you think this kid is a terrific person too?
Sam: I don't know, but I think he deserves a chance to find out, don't you?

Al: (referring to Sam) I knew this would happen, he's completely forgotten why he's here.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorDonald P. Bellisario
Executive ProducerDonald P. Bellisario
Main Title ThemeMike Post
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