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'Pitch' Recap: Will Al Lose His Job?

Pitch's "Beanball" focus on Al's precarious position on the team. While Frank wants to fire Al, Al's a lot more cunning then he seems. He seeks out a major shareholder to take his side. At the same time, the Padres get into a heated, rough game with the Cardinals and Ginny's ex just happens to be the catcher.
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