Oh Hye Sung met Choi Eom Ji when they were young and didn't meet her
again til they were in high school. However, at that time Eom Ji was the
girlfriend of a star baseball player, Ma Dong Tak. Hye Sung pitched a
perfect game in his professional debut but injured his arm in the
process. Doctors told him that it would be unlikely for him to ever play
baseball again. Devastated by what the doctors told him, Hye Sung
disappears without a trace to an isolated island to train on a
professional baseball team. Four years later Hye Sung returns from the
island only to find out that Eom Ji married Dong Tak.
Runtime: 55 minutes
2009 Alien Baseball Team - Albuquerque Isotopes - Netflix
The Albuquerque Isotopes are a minor league baseball team in the
southwest United States, based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. In the
Pacific Coast League, the team is the Triple-A affiliate of the Colorado
Rockies in the National League. The team was affiliated with the Florida
Marlins from 2003 to 2008 and the Los Angeles Dodgers from 2009 to 2014.
Albuquerque was previously represented in the PCL as a Dodgers'
affiliate by the Albuquerque Dukes, who won several PCL championships in
the 1970s and 1980s before relocating to Oregon as the Portland Beavers
in 2001. The Isotopes began play in 2003 when the Calgary Cannons
relocated from Alberta to New Mexico. In 2016, Forbes listed the
Isotopes as the 14th-most valuable Minor League Baseball team with a
value of $34 million. The Isotopes' mascot is Orbit, a yellow, orange,
and red alien. Home games are played at Isotopes Park; the elevation of
the playing field exceeds 5,100 feet (1,555 m) above sea level.
2009 Alien Baseball Team - Notable broadcasters - Netflix
Mike Roberts, longtime (1966–2013) Albuquerque sports announcer on TV
and radio for local news, professional baseball, college football and
basketball, and high school sports broadcasts Bob Socci, 2003–2006 Russ
Langer 1996–2000, former Montreal Expos and Baltimore Orioles fill-in
2009 Alien Baseball Team - References - Netflix