Documentary that chronicles the amazing baseball career of William Ellsworth “Dummy” Hoy, the first – and best – deaf player in Major League history. You’ll learn that Hoy played in 1,798 big-league games and compiled a .288 lifetime batting average, 2,054 hits and 1,004 walks. He also threw three runners out at home plate from the outfield in one game.

I See The Crowd Roar: The Story of William Dummy Hoy (2007) Documentary, Short, Biography | 40min 5.6
Director: David RisottoWriters: David RisottoStars: Deanne Bray, Ryan Lane, Roy FirestoneSummary: A true story of a courageous boy who becomes a legend. Living a dream that wouldn't die; his passion empowered him to historically change the course of baseball. Facing challenges on every front he conquers all with his belief and determination; a true hero. A life changing story!

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