A Major League rookie pitcher loses control over his pitching and is sent down to the minor leagues, where he begins sessions with an unorthodox sports psychologist. In the process, hidden conflicts with his overbearing father are brought to light.
Hopper Gibson throws one hundred miles per hour. Now he needs to stop thinking.
Did You Know?
The recurring musical motif is by Mozart. Noah Buschel described Mozart as "the original phenom." See more
The band aid on Hop's face, by an inch or two, does not match the point where his father cut and bled him with a beer can. See more
[in speaking of a baseball player who committed suicide
Is there a name for what he had?
Yeah, plenty of names, but, uh, I don't subscribe to any of those.
Don't want to legitimatize it. This' a passing thing for you; and, you give it a name, it might wanna stick around.
The Road Back Home
Written and performed by F.J. McMahon See more