The Greatest American Hero: Season 2, Episode 1

The Two-Hundred-Mile-an-Hour Fast Ball (4 Nov. 1981)

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Crooks needing cash to swing an arms deal bet heavily on a baseball game and beat up the star of the team they bet against. Ralph joins the underdogs to make sure they win and the gamblers lose their money.

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Crooks needing cash to swing an arms deal bet heavily on a baseball game and beat up the star of the team they bet against. Ralph joins the underdogs to make sure they win and the gamblers lose their money.

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Game and tryout scenes were filmed on location at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. See more »

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Written by Stephen Geyer
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