(after Dr. Graham crosses the foul line to help save Karin) Mark: (suddenly able to see the White Sox players) Where did all of these baseball players come from?
Mark: And who is this? Ray Kinsella: That's Terrence Mann. Mark: Hi. How're you doing? I'm the Easter Bunny.
(Terence Mann is about to call his concerned father about his "disappearance") Terence Mann: (chuckling to himself in disbelief) What do I tell him?
Mark: When did these ballplayers get here?
Karin Kinsella: Daddy, there is a man on your lawn.
Terence Mann: I wish I had your passion, Ray... Misdirected though it might be, it is still a passion. I used to feel that way about things, but...
The Voice: Go the Distance.
The Voice: Ease his pain.
Shoeless Joe Jackson: (as "Moonlight" Graham walks off the field for the last time) Hey rookie! You were good.
Dr. Archibald "Moonlight" Graham: You know we just don't recognize the most significant moments of our lives while they're happening. Back then I thought, well, there'll be other days. I didn't realize that that was the only day.
Annie Kinsella: They're talking about banning books again! Really subversive books, like "The Wizard of Oz"...”the Diary of Anne Frank"...
Annie Kinsella: Terence Mann was a voice of reason during a time of great madness. Where others were chanting, "Burn, baby burn", he was talking about love and peace and prosperity. He coined the phrase, "Make love, not war". I cherished every one of his books, and I dearly wish he had written some more. And if you experienced even a little bit of the sixties, you would feel the same way, too. Beulah: (indignantly) I *experienced* the sixties. Annie Kinsella: No, I think you had two fifties and moved right into the seventies.
Mark: You're going to lose your farm, pal. Ray Kinsella: Come on, it's so big - I mean, how can you lose something so big? Annie Kinsella: He misplaced the house once. Ray Kinsella: Yeah, but it turned up two days later, didn't it?
Ray Kinsella: I did it all. I listened to the voices, I did what they told me, and not once did I ask what's in it for me. Shoeless Joe Jackson: What are you saying, Ray? Ray Kinsella: I'm saying? what's in it for me?
Terence Mann: Ray, there was a reason they chose me, just as there was a reason they chose you and this field. Ray Kinsella: Why? Terence Mann: I gave an interview. Ray Kinsella: What interview? What are you talking about? Terence Mann: The one about Ebbets Field. The one that charged you up and sent you all the way out to Boston to find me. Ray Kinsella: You lied to me. Terence Mann: Well, you were kidnapping me at the time, you big jerk! Ray Kinsella: Well, you lied to me! Terence Mann: You said your finger was a gun! Ray Kinsella: That's a good point. Terence Mann: Ray. Ray. Listen to me, Ray. Listen to me. There is something out there, Ray, and if I have the courage to go through with this, what a story it'll make: "Shoeless Joe Jackson Comes to Iowa".