Written by: Peter Steinberg
Type: Feature Film
Genre: Sports, Drama
Logline: A homeless orphan with a history of being abused, spends the summer of 1927 with the New York Yankees, and while he struggles to prove his worth to the team, his own relentless and terrifying demons threaten to destroy him.
The following screenplay received positive coverage from David Kline, co-founder of Script Pipeline.
YANKEE BOY is the next great baseball story, fashioned in the vein of baseball classics like FIELD OF DREAMS and MONEYBALL, and coming of age films like A BRONX TALE. It’s the story of Hank Wilson, a fourteen year old orphan who was horribly abused by his violent and alcoholic father. He earns a job with the 1927 Yankees – and is soon thrust into the rivalry of the ages, the great home run chase between Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig…
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