Episode Number: 403
Episode Title: Take Me Out to the Ball Game
Original Air Date: Oct 9, 1999

Synopsis:

Chuck returns to Chicago for a visit and learns that a rookie pitcher for the Cubs is going to throw a no-hitter. Chuck inadvertently alters fate when he secures tickets to the game.

Note: This episode is the first one with the new theme music. Music is a version of The Chambers Brothers 1968 hit tune, "Time Has Come Today."


Starring:

  Kyle Chandler (as Gary Hobson)
  Shanesia Williams (as Marissa Clark)

 

Special Guest Starring:

  Fisher Stevens Chuck Fishman
  Billie Worley: Patrick Quinn

Guest Starring:

  Amaury Nolasco: Pedro Mendoza
  Kamar de los Reyes: Ramon Archiletta
(Pedro's brother)
  Robert Miano: Mr. Escobar
(head baddie)
  Alex (Alexandra) Meneses: Lupeta
(Pedro's cousin)

Co-Starring:

  Mike Shannon: Andrews
  Christian Stolte: Bradley (scaffold guy)
  Jim Zulevic: Greg Bratcher (brat guy)
  Miguel Nino: Nellis

Also appearing, but not credited:

  Rob Gaughan The "O" in SOSA
     
     

 

  Other Characters: Mr. Cravin (paint guy)
    longhaired thug
    mustache thug
    bald thug
    cop at jail "Joe Friday"
    father at Wrigley
    son at Wrigley
    SOSA guys

Developed by:

  Bob Brush

 

Created by:

  Patrick Q Page
  Vik Rubenfeld
  Ian Abrams

 

Produced by:

  CBS Productions
  Columbia TriStar Television,
a Sony Pictures Entertainment company
  All rights reserved

 

Technical & Production Credits:

Theme by: W G Snuffy Walden
Note: Theme song changed to: "Time Has Come Today"
by the Chambers Brothers
Music by: Joseph Stanley Williams
Edited by: Bud Friedgen
Production Designer: Gary Baugh
Director of Photography: Ross Berryman, A.C.S.
Consulting Producers: Dianne Messina Stanley
  James Stanley
Producer: Kyle Chandler
Supervising Producer: Randy Roberts
  Eric Tuchman
  Carla Kettner
Produced by: Loucas George
Co-Executive Producer: Alex Taub
  Gary Nelson
Executive Producer: Lillah McCarthy
Executive Consultant: Bob Brush
Written by: Sean Clark
Directed by: Reza Badiyl
Executive Producer: Jeff Melvoin
Associate Producer: Lisa I Vinnecour
  Kathryn Riordan
Executive Story Editor: Josh Appelbaum
  Andre Nemec
Story Editor: Doris Egan
  Jeff Pinkner
Unit Production Manager: Bob Rolsky
1st Assistant Director: Richard Lederer
2nd Assistant Director: Susan Prince
Casting by: Robert J Ulrich, CSA
  Eric Dawson, CSA
  Carol Kritzer, CSA
  Jane Alderman, CSA
Costume Design: Susan Kaufmann
Camera Operator: Jim Blanford
Chief Lighting Technician: Gino Crededio
Key Grip: John Robertson
Location Manager: Robin Agron-Breen
Hair Stylist: Pamela Milone
Set Decorator: Lisa Wolff
Production Sound Mixer: Curt Frisk
Prop Master: Bob Volpe
Stunts Coordinator: Rick Lefevour
Transportation Coordinator: Ted E Larkowski
2nd 2nd Assistant Director: Traci Lewis
Production Coordinator: Mary Jane Nolan Kelly
Script Supervisor: Alicia Accardo
Supervising Sound Editor: Jeremy Gordon
Music Editor: Carolyn J Bahr
Re-recording Mixer: Rusty Smith
  Bill Freesh
Post Supervisor: Marla K Bechtel
Script Coordinator: Elizabeth Hatrick
Assistant Editor: Philip Malamuth
Film & Electronic Laboratory: Laserpacific Media Corporation™
Presented in: Dolby Surround where available
Re-Recorded at: Sony Pictures Studios,
Culver City, CA
Intervalometer Shots by: American Time-Lapse
Main Titles Designed by: Nina Saxon/New Wave Entertainment
Copyright (c) 1999 TriStar Television, Inc.
  CBS Worldwide Inc.
Simulcast in HDTV: Mitsubishi True HDTV™

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The characters and incidents portrayed and the names used herein are fictitious, and any similarity to the name, character or history of any person, living or dead, is entirely coincidental and unintentional.


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