The thrilling return of the only Major League pitcher who moonlights as a private investigator sees Johnny Adcock facing off against a ring of ruthless South American smugglers and a mysterious, sexy assassin known only as La Loba. And he's still got the playoffs to worry about.
Relief pitcher/private investigator Johnny Adcock doesn't have an office; he has the bullpen. That's where he sits shelling sunflower seeds when in walks a femme-fatale blonde claiming to be a TV reporter. She is Tiff Tate, the highly-paid stylist responsible for half the looks in Major League Baseball, from Brian Wilson's beard to Big Papi's gold ropes.
Tiff has a problem. Yonel Ruiz--the rookie phenom who infamously escaped from Cuba by surviving for a week on the open sea in an inflatable raft--is her new prize client . . . but there is much more to his story than the media know. With his life threatened by a cartel of people smugglers and his family still vulnerable in Cuba, Ruiz can't go to the cops or the press. Johnny Adcock is his only hope.