Still a ways off from reclaiming his fastball, Kenny hatches a plan to at least goose his cash flow back to major-league levels: The sports memorabilia business. A storage pod packed with old bats, signed balls and malt-liquor ads arrives in the driveway, and Cassie volunteers to help post the wares on eBay - at Kenny's obscene prices, naturally.
In full-on assistant mode, Stevie follows Kenny's orders to track down and incapacitate a local high school pitcher before he can steal Kenny's spot on a pro roster. Stevie fails miserably of course, unable to look threatening even after pulling a knife on the kid. Kenny's souvenir business fares just as poorly. After lowering his opening bids at Cassie's suggestion, Kenny's appalled to see his homerun bat sell for a measly $7. Too bad he doesn't realize there's more than just money involved; the bat actually sold to April, who's hiding this new passion from her fiance...
You know what Kenny Powers says: 'Fundamentals are the crutch for the talentless.'