Approved | | Documentary, Short, Sport
The remarkable talents of baseball pitcher and trick artist Johnny Price are showcased including throwing two balls at once to two catchers, pitching blindfolded, throwing and hitting hanging upside down, and fielding fungoes in a jeep.
Johnny played a few games in the majors for the Cleveland Indians in 1946. Tragically, later in life, he suffered from depression. One night, he committed suicide by hanging himself in 1967.
Trick play while aboard the jeep yields tire screeching as though on asphalt, not from a grass surface.
Johnny Price is credited by narrator Smith.