Pete forges Dean's autograph, and Tavares cannot manage to get out of his slump.
A baseball legend is convinced to come to the ballpark for Old Timers Day.
Pete wants a piece of the action when Lou invests in a real estate deal.
Pete tries to juggle his longtime girlfriend and a soap opera star.
Pete agrees to help cover up Tavares' affair with a soap opera star (Michelle Stafford) by entertaining Tavares' girlfriend, but things get complicated when he finds himself falling for her.
Pete, heartbroken after Jessie ends their relationship with no explanation, is somewhat cheered when he earns his first road trip with the Empires.
Lou walks out on his longtime job as equipment manager when upper management insists that the team's clubhouse be run more efficiently; Pete agrees to run for school president, but Mike's campaign strategy is solely based on the Empires.
Pete does everything possible, including meeting with the team owner (Larry King), trying to put a stop to rumors that Dean will be traded.
The senior batboys invite Pete to spend a night under the lights at the stadium, but his excitement turns to dismay when he realizes he is facing a rookies' hazing.
Pete risks losing his dream job when he tries to save the star player from a bat-corking scandal by stealing the bat in question; Betsy gets suspended from school for an outlandish prank and must help her mother at work as punishment.
As a bat boy for the New York Empires, Pete Young balances life at home and in the big leagues, as he gets caught up in a player's steroid scandal and must make a tough decision.