What ever became of the Durham Bulls and their off-camera cohorts?
Won Best Director and Best Picture Oscars in 1991 for Dances With Wolves and starred in three other movies in baseball-related roles. In 2009 he became a part owner of the Lake County (Ill.) Fielders in the then independent Northern League.
Appeared in three more Shelton films before producing and starring in the sports-agent comedy series Arli$$, which aired on HBO from 1996 through 2002. Hosted a sports talk radio show for Westwood One.
Still writes and directs sports movies, including White Men Can't Jump, Blue Chips, Cobb, Tin Cup and a 2010 installment in ESPN's 30 For 30 documentary series, about Michael Jordan's stint in minor league baseball.
Starred in more than 40 more films, including The Player, The Shawshank Redemption and Mystic River, for which he won a Best Supporting Actor Oscar in 2004. Broke up with Sarandon 21 years after Bull Durham, in '09.