On deck today is one of my very favorites. It's the story of the 1940's All American Girl's Professional Baseball League, which was formed during WWII when the men were off at war, and it stars Geena Davis and Lori Petty as sisters with a deep and abiding sibling rivalry, who join the Rockford Peaches under the management of boozing ex-ball player Jimmy Dugan, played by Tom Hanks in one of his all time best performances (I'm not kidding, he should have won an Oscar for this). It's funny, the ensemble is great (including Madonna and Rosie O'Donnell), and it holds up today as unbelievably, still one of the very few sports movies of any kind to center around women (I think Bend it Like Beckham is probably the one other I can think of). Hollywood needs to do some work on that, don't you think? Once a decade is not a great track record.
Original 1992 Trailer: