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Last Comic Standing season-four winner Josh Blue plays a pitcher in 108 Stitches, the forthcoming comedy about a college baseball team with one day to raise $50,000 to avoid being disbanded by the university.
A new trailer, debuting exclusively here at The Hollywood Reporter, shows just how laughably bad the team is, with Blue’s character failing to place a single pitch on target. After his coach, played by Larry Thomas of “Soup Nazi” fame, asks him what’s wrong with him, Blue replies, “I do have cerebral palsy, but besides that I’m fine.”
Dat Phan, another Last Comic Standing winner, co-stars as a star recruit on campus during the team’s chaotic attempt to save itself. MLB legend Roger Clemens also makes an appearance.
Director David Rountree co-wrote the movie with Jake Katofsky, who produced the film with J.P. Pierce and Jeff Katofsky.
Freestyle Releasing and Freestyle Digital Media will release the comedy Sept. 12.
Watch the new trailer above.
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