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All Day Everyday is a stunning tribute to the old-timers of the world who still believe they have something to contribute.
Washed-up TV reporter Richard Chimes is an alcoholic who hasn’t done any serious work in ten years. He gets a call from the network to do an interview with a former baseball player and coach named Ronnie “Screwdriver” Thompson.
Ronnie hasn’t spoken to the media since his last year of coaching. But even in his heyday, he only spoke to one reporter, the man who was Richard Chime’s mentor and who has long since passed away.
Richard agrees to do the interview and flies out to Iowa, where he meets the baseball legend and conducts a life-changing interview. Ronnie provides a tell-all on what made him a great baseball ballplayer and coach. He talks about his first year in college and the hardship of moving from Iowa to Arizona. He reminisces that he made life-long friends with his fellow college players. And for all the anxiety he went through, it was all worth it because he found out what he wanted out of life, going on to become a star player for the Pittsburgh Pirates.
As the reporter listens to the old ballplayer tell his story, he realizes that there are always new challenges to be met. Is it too late for his life to have meaning?
Keywords:- Baseball, College, High School, Coaching, College World Series, Sports Media, Reporting.
Genres:- Fiction, General.