Baseball star pitcher Frank Haywood hires Walter to retrieve his stolen sports bag. Walter, who only accepted as a favor to Deputy U.S. Marshal Isabel Zambada, senses the crucial item isn't even on the content list, nor of monetary value, but embarrassingly superstitious. Setting out for the prized trinket, he seeks suspects and motives among rivals and gamblers, braving the grim, unrelated Twins and an illegal betting club.
Did You Know?
The song that Willow plays on the jukebox near the end is "Blues by Five" from the album "Cookin' with the Miles Davis Quintet" (1957). See more
["Designated Hitter vs Al-Qaeda" is written on the blackboard
It's a no-brainer. There is nothing more anti-American than the designated hitter.
Al-Qaeda is more anti-American than anything.
This country was founded on a celebration of our individual freedoms. The designated hitter puts the team's collective success over that of the individual. Can't bat? Oh, don't worry. We'll just have somebody else do that part of your job for you so we can all win together. There's another name for that, ...
References American Idol
Written by Tasha Schumann
, Michael Akinlabi, and Daniel Hartrell
Performed by Candy Coated Killahz
Published by Songs of MapleMusic Publishing
Courtesy of MapleMusic Recordings See more