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In the spring of 2001, A New Jersey ball player by the name of Don Youngblood was one of the top young high school baseball players in the country. Drafted by the New York Yankees, Youngblood was well on his way to baseball stardom before a freak on the field ended his career as quickly as it began.
Twelve years later, Youngblood is a newspaper delivery driver who can’t seem to let go of the game. Alone and disillusioned with the world around him, he goes back to the one the thing that makes sense to him, baseball. With the help of a young janitor haunted by a troubled past, Don Youngblood takes another shot at the game, and make up for what he lost all those years ago.