This is an intense suspense story of baseball and mobster connections intertwined. Joe Rath is a catcher facing a dilemma in his marriage. His wife wants him to quit baseball, so he could spend more time with her and his 1 year old son. Adding to his dilemma is he has been placed as a back up player since a home run hitting Walsh had been added to the team.
After a game, Joe accompanies some of his teammates to a Chicago speakeasy. Despite being married, Joe feels a connection with a beautiful singing Amie Davis. Less than a week later, Joe accompanies his friends to a house party. Little does he know that the house is owned by mob boss Gyp Scaletta. When he wanders into a study, Amie is sitting in the room alone. She warns him "Avoid D'Amico, Coppola, and the Italians." Scaletta walks into the study and accuses Amie and Joe of being inappropriate with each other. Amie's fearful reaction disturbed Joe and when he encounters her again in a deli, he offers to help her get away from Scaletta. Does Amie take him up on his offer? Is Joe going to throw away his marriage? The answers will surprise you.