Searching through an FBI reference book, Mulder finds a photograph of Arthur Dales with a baseball team and the alien bounty hunter. Mulder goes to Arthur Dales' house to ask him about the photograph. There he finds Arthur Dales' brother, also named Arthur. Mr. Dales proceeds to tell Mulder a story of a 1940s Negro baseball player in Roswell named Josh Exley who was closing in on breaking some professional baseball records. Mr. Dales tells how he was assigned to protect this player from the KKK and that Exley was actually an alien.
Did You Know?
At several points, including at the very opening when they are hit with baseballs, we see Saguaro cacti around what we are told is "Roswell, N.M.". While they are the most widely recognized of all the cacti, Saguaro cacti have a fairly small growing environment. That environment does not include the State of New Mexico. See more
Mulder, it's such a gorgeous day outside. Have you ever entertained the idea of trying to find life on this planet?
I've seen the life on this planet Scully, and that is exactly why I am looking elsewhere.
The tag line reads "In the Big Inning." See more
Come and Go with Me to That Land
Arranged and produced by Maggie Wheeler
Performed by Jesse L. Martin
, Lou Beatty Jr.
and Burnell Roques See more