Retired baseball star Cano Vega is murdered on a Spanish Harlem community field he ands some team mates sponsor, skull smashed with a bat. He had $200,000 loan shark debts and his wife believed him adulterous. Yet she and dodgy agent Bobby Fox point at Alfredo Quintana, editor of a Cuban diaspora magazine which called him a traitor after a visit to Castro's Cuba, which he was a refugee from. he was beaten by a team mate, but there's more to the Cuban connection. Written by
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The suicide squeeze is a play in baseball. In a close or low-scoring game, the team on offense might employ it in order to score an extra insurance run, the tying run, or the winning run. With a baserunner on third base, the runner breaks for home plate as the pitcher delivers the ball to the catcher, while the batter squares up for a sacrifice bunt. The play is so named because by taking off early, combined with the chance the batter might miss the bunt, the incoming runner is metaphorically committing suicide: he is likely to be tagged out at home, and with little to no time to stop and reverse direction, he is also likely to be thrown out retreating to third. See more
Just after the part where Kate goes to call her father after seeing Joe Torre, Kate and Castle are sat talking to Bobby Fox at the table in his office. As he is talking about the Field being built hes playing with a bottle of water the black top is on. Camera cuts to a side view of Bobby and he states things hadn't changed as much as he'd hoped for, the top is now gone. Camera cuts to a shot of Kate, the top is back on again. Shortly after, bobby picks up the bottle and then goes to take a drink when camera cuts back to him the bottle is gone from the desk, he then proceeds after some dialogue to get up and walk over to the drinks counter where he picks up a bottle of water and goes back to the end of the desk where he stands with his arms out telling a story, the top is on then its off then its back on again. Finally he sits back at the desk and the bottle is gone. See more
Did you just use the word "veritable"?
Yes, I did.
You should hear me say "fallacious".
References The Untouchables
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