It’s the big day of the ball game between the Elks and the Rotarians, and Fibber is nervous over his performance as pitcher for the Elks. . His boasting over a past career as a professional ball player is interupted by a visit from Doc Gamble. Doc holds his own with the insults, but will he do as well in his role as catcher for the team? The boys go outside to play catch, and get in a little running exersize after breaking a window. Billy Mills plays, Coax Me a Little Bit.
As Fibber tries to spout off his knowledge of the game, Molly does a little showing off of her own on baseball trivia. Milliscent Carstairs enters to talk about the team that she’ll be cheering for today. Harlow Wilcox gets baseball jargon mixed up, but when it comes to the commercial, he has it all straight.
Wallace Wimple plans to watch the game, if only Sweetie Face will let him out of the house. He’s so thrilled, that he leaves through the hall closet. The Kingsmen sing, Casey the Pride of Them All.
The moment of truth in the ball park comes, but firstMayor Latrivia gets flustered as Fibber and Molly get confused at his striking out for home. Listen in to the play by play as Fireball McGee takes the mound. Listen to the roar of the crowd, the cheers from the fans, and discover the secret that brings Fibber’s success in the game.