The HBO documentary 'Ferrell Takes The Field' airs September 12th at 10 PM. March 12th was the beginning and end of the baseball career for Will Farrell. He played every position in the field for 10 Major League Baseball Teams.

Will Ferrell spent time on the Athletics, Mariners, Angels, Cubs, D-backs, Reds, White Sox, Giants, Dodgers and Padres during his brief but exhausting MLB career. He was traded among the teams for things like a washer, Churro Dog, a D-bat Dog, and CATBNL (Comedic Actor To Be Named Later).

All his uniforms and game-used items went up for auction at MLB.com, with proceeds being donated to Stand Up to Cancer and Cancer for College.

According to the MLB Ferrell went 0-for-2 with two strikeouts, fielded the baseball five times (three times in left for the D-backs, once in center for the Angels and once as a Dodgers pitcher). He threw one pitch and retired with an ERA of 0.00.

In the HBO trailer for 'Ferrell Takes The Field' he says: "My career has not gone according to plan," Ferrell told San Diego Padres fans, after his hectic day came to an end. "When I first showed up on the A's doorstep, I thought I'd be an A for life. But then I was a Mariner, and then a Red, a Diamondback, an Angel, a Cub, a White Sock, a Padre, a Dodger."

The HBO documentary premieres at 10 p.m. Sept. 12.