This lightweight, poor boy-rich girl romance seems aimed squarely at adolescent girls, except that baseball plays a pivotal role in the story and, as a group, adolescent girls are notoriously uninterested in baseball. In addition, the series of earnest bromides the film delivers believe in yourself, stick by your friends, allow yourself to succeed is enough to turn off any teenager worth his or her salt. Chatham, Mass., native Ryan Dunne (Freddie Prinze Jr.) is a landscaper's son who dreams of a career in baseball as he mows the very field on which he one day hopes to play. How's that for a symbol? Every summer, the cream of college baseball players are...