Baseball Film Festival will Feature a Documentary Produced by SNJ Today

MILLVILLE – The 2015 Baseball Film Festival will feature a historical documentary produced by SNJ Today called The Bridgeton Invitation: America’s Most Innovative Baseball Tournament.
This documentary is narrated by legendary Phillies announcer Chris Wheeler. The festival will be held at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, NY, on Friday, September 25th to Sunday, September 27th.
“Set at Alden Field in Bridgeton, the documentary tells the story of how a small town tournament made a national impact on America’s baseball landscape,” said Kevin Malone, Producer & Director. “The designated hitter rule has roots on Alden Field, as do some of the timing rules that keep the game on pace today. The story of the tournament includes first-hand accounts of the people who started it nearly 50 years ago, as well as those who still keep it going. It’s a touching account of the early days of baseball and makes you feel proud to live in the place where it all happened.”
The documentary was produced by multi-media production company, Glasstown Productions, a sister company to SNJ Today. The company’s video programming offers local community stories ranging from long-form documentaries to short news packages.  It recently reorganized to form three branded companies, including SNJ Today, Glasstown Productions and ClearBridge Media which provides full-service marketing services and solutions.
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