AMERICA'S PASTIME: 2 CLASSIC BASEBALL SHORT STORIES by famed western writer Zane Grey.
Baseball -- the crack of the bat, the dry leathery smack of the ball in a fielder's glove, the shouts of the hot dog vendors ringing over the roar of the crowd -- nothing brings Summer to life more than a day at the ballpark. The wonderful stories collected here recall those thrilling games of yesteryear. When the bases were loaded, the count was full, and one run would win the game. Both stories performed by James Mio.
THE RED-HEADED OUTFIELD - A hilarious story of three unique outfielders, one crazy, one cranky, and one able to move like the wind. Their potential to win ball games is phenomenal, if only their coach could control them. Runtime - 35:57.
Old Well Well - The touching story of a legendary baseball fan, known in ballparks throughout the league, who has one last dying wish -- to see his nephew, the rising star outfielder play in one game. Runtime - 24:40