Bull Durham was originally released on DVD on October 27, 1998 and included an audio commentary by writer/director Ron Shelton. A Special Edition DVD was released on April 2, 2002 and included the Shelton commentary track from the previous edition, a new commentary by Kevin Costner and Tim Robbins, a Between The Lines: The Making Of Bull Durham featurette, a Sports Wrap featurette, and a Costner profile. A "Collector's Edition" DVD celebrating the film's 20th anniversary was released on March 18, 2008 and features the two commentaries from the previous edition, a Greatest Show On Dirt featurette, a Diamonds In The Rough featurette that explores minor league baseball, The Making Of Bull Durham featurette, and Costner profile from the previous edition.
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