Will Ferrell's top 5 films, as ranked by MLB players

Will Ferrell's top 5 films, as ranked by MLB players

In honor of comedian Will Ferrell playing 10 positions for 10 teams in the same day, we asked dozens of MLB players to name their favorite Ferrell flick. Here are the top five.

1. Step Brothers
"I saw it twice in the movies and three times when it came out on DVD. It's one of those movies that just get better every time you see it." -- Angels outfielder Kole Calhoun

"Step Brothers is No. 1, for sure. I'd watch it every day of the week." -- Reds utility man Skip Schumaker

"Step Brothers. By far. I've got three brothers, and we always used to watch it and we died laughing." -- Cubs third baseman Mike Olt

2. Anchorman
"You just laugh your [butt] off." -- Angels third baseman David Freese

3. Old School
"I'm actually looking forward to his movie coming up with Kevin Hart. But my favorite is probably Old School -- between that and Step Brothers." -- Mariners outfielder Rickie Weeks

"Old School. It was one of those that came out when I was in high school. I don't know if I was even allowed to go into R movies yet. So it was one of those that was cool just because it was rated R." -- Padres pitcher Casey Kelly

4. Elf
"That's probably my favorite movie of all. I watch that even when it's not Christmas time." -- Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant

"Elf has to be my favorite. I mean, my kids have it on a loop during Christmas time it seems." -- Royals manager Ned Yost

5. Talladega Nights: The Ballad Of Ricky Bobby
"Shoot, I like them all. He's a funny guy, and I'm looking forward to seeing him." -- White Sox pitcher John Danks