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?
Paul Giamatti's dad, Angelo Bartlett Giamatti, was a very important figure in baseball. He was Commissioner of Major League Baseball. 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
We can make things be the way we want them to be in our head... so the pain isn't too much... and that's very different from lying.
Elegy for Fannie Lou
Written and performed by Kunie Mwanga See more