He may not have a choice. He may not have a choice. Mickey decides to put her work on hold to go with him and she wants him to explain why he pushed her away. Nevertheless, Gus who can tell a pitch just by the crack of the bat refuses to be benched for what may be the final innings of his career. Along the way, the two renew their bond, and she catches the eye of a young player-turned-scout. When college senior Anastasia Steele steps in for her sick roommate to interview prominent businessman Christian Grey for their campus paper, little does she realize the path her life will take. When he meets Mickey, there is a mutual attraction between them.
But when Phillip advises Vince to hire Gentry, Vince's decision affects the lives of Gus, Mickey and Johnny. Pete visits Gus's estranged daughter Mickey, who is an efficient lawyer that is disputing a partnership in the office where she works with her colleague Todd, and asks her to travel with Gus to North Caroline. Christian, as enigmatic as he is rich and powerful, finds himself strangely drawn to Ana, and she to him. Storyline: Gus Lobel Clint Eastwood has been one of the best scouts in baseball for decades, but, despite his efforts to hide it, age is starting to catch up with him. He asks them to let him do one more scouting job to prove himself.
Gus's boss and friend Pete Klein knows that baseball is the pride and joy of Gus and a retirement would kill him and asks him to travel to North Caroline to scout the promising player Bo Gentry. . Forced to spend time together for the first time in years, each reveals long-held truths about their past. The team he works for thinks he should retire. Meanwhile the stubborn and grumpy Gus learns that he has problems with his eyes and need to go to a specialist but he hides the medical recommendation from everybody.
You are watching the movie Trouble with the Curve 2012 Slowed by age and failing eyesight, crack baseball scout Gus Lobel takes his grown daughter along as he checks out the final prospect of his career. Whilst there he runs into Johnny, a scout from another team who was a promising player Gus once scouted. The front office of the Atlanta Braves is starting to question his judgment, especially with the country's hottest batting phenom on deck for the draft. Gus Lobel has been one of the best scouts in baseball for decades, but his age is starting to catch up with him. Johnny and Mickey take an interest in each other. An expert but aging baseball scout is joined by his daughter on his latest trip. The doctor tells Gus he should get his eyes treated but he insists on doing his scouting assignment, which takes him to North Carolina.
Pete also protects Gus from the ambitious colleague Phillip Sanderson Matthew Lillard that wants his position and to get Gus fired. Gus is a baseball scout. Along the days, Gus discovers that Gentry has problems with balls pitched in curve and he does not recommend the player to the Brave. In North Caroline, Gus meets the former pitcher Johnny, who had an early retirement due to an injured shoulder and now is scouting for the Red Socks but aiming to be a broadcaster. Mickey is a great fan of baseball and has a great knowledge of the sport since she used to travel with her father when she was young, but she has a childhood trauma since Gus abandoned her with an uncle when she was a child. The one person who might be able to help is also the one person Gus would never ask: his daughter, Mickey Amy Adams , an associate at a high-powered Atlanta law firm whose drive and ambition has put her on the fast track to becoming partner.
He also tells Johnny about Gentry's problem. Nevertheless, Gus-who can tell a pitch just by the crack of the bat-refuses to be benched for what may be the final innings of his career. Against her better judgment, and over Gus's objections, Mickey joins him on his latest scouting trip to North Carolina, jeopardizing her own career to save his. In Atlanta, the aging Brave's baseball scout Gus Lobel is near the end of his contract and the manager Vince questions whether it is not the time for his retirement. . . .
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