Cold Case (2003–2010)
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The case of a baseball player beaten to death with his own bat is reopened, and it's discovered that he had many enemies, and that his white girlfriend sparked even more racism and prejudice towards him.

Director:

Paris Barclay

Writers:

Meredith Stiehm (created by), Sean Whitesell
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Kathryn Morris ... Lilly Rush
Danny Pino ... Scotty Valens
John Finn ... John Stillman
Jeremy Ratchford ... Nick Vera
Thom Barry ... Will Jeffries
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Hunter Allan Hunter Allan ... Troy Cage - 1945
Ed Bernard Ed Bernard ... Moody Brown
Beau Billingslea ... Willie Dandridge - 2005
Sarah Brown ... Josie Sutton
Ron Dean ... Troy Cage - 2005
Elinor Donahue ... Esther 'Legs' Davis - 2005
Arlen Escarpeta ... Clyde Taylor
Frank Faucette ... Willie Dandridge - 1945
Mitchell Fink ... Tyler Cage
Christina Hendricks ... Esther 'Legs' Davis - 1945
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Storyline

Clyde Taylor, after winning the 1945 All-Star game for the Negro League (against the majors' All-Stars), was beaten to death with his own bat outside the stadium. Taylor became a legend as the one who might have been chosen to break the "color line" in the major leagues. Jefferies' nephew challenges his uncle's cold case team to solve the crime now sixty years old ("What if it had been Babe Ruth?"). Envious, hostile white players and greedy Negro League owners, as well as the complications of a white girlfriend, are pieces of the puzzle. Written by jeaneva

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Language:

English

Release Date:

16 October 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Clyde Taylor was murdered on August 12, 1945. See more »

Goofs

The victim was a baseball player found murdered in 1945 in "Connie Mack Stadium". However, this name was used only from 1953 onwards and in 1945 would have been called Shibe Park. See more »

Soundtracks

Sentimental Journey
Written by Les Brown (uncredited), Bud Green (uncredited) and Ben Homer (uncredited)
Performed by Doris Day
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