the power hitter

@jaywings you make a good observation here regarding Oleander and Lili:

Interesting.  So he knows she’s the daughter of the head of the Psychonauts and he knows that she’s super powerful.  He either doesn’t know or doesn’t feel comfortable using her name.  Sasha and Milla call her by her name and use endearments towards her - not unusual for Milla, but even Sasha calls her “darling”.  This suggests that Sasha and Milla have a close relationship to Lili - and therefore we can infer that they are closer to Truman than Morry is as well.  It is implied in the first game and also those backstory documents that Sasha and Milla are higher-ranking Psychonauts than poor Morry is - he does call them “special guests” and “superstar Psychonauts”.  
It seems that Sasha and Milla have been rubbing elbows with the other power-hitters in the Psychonaut world while Morry has been slipping under the radar.  He was able to get quite far in his world-domination plans without either of them having a clue and was therefore able to get the jump on them, which speaks to the danger of assuming that people of lower stature (no short-joke intended) pose no threat to you, or of underestimating the lengths that disrespected people may go to get respect - even people that you know.  

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percy is (literally) hit-or-miss depending on if his guns break or not

LITERALLY though, but he also is a powerful hitter when he has a good day but i cant see him as top three material, just given the nature of how finicky his guns can be. But personality wise, evil!Percy would be incredible. He can be so calculated, cruel, and twisted that he would be a sadistic mastermind


In theaters on July 15, 2016.

When twelve ragtag teammates set out to play what should be a meaningless summer intramural baseball game, it ends up becoming the most important game of their lives. This collection of characters – the reliever turned starting pitcher (Tyler Hoechlin), a hot dog power hitter (Chace Crawford), an outfielder with anger management issues (Joe Mazzello), a player coach with clipboard envy (Duke Davis Roberts), an over-eager catcher (Ryan Pinkston), the old guy who shouldn’t be playing anymore (Philip Winchester), and the guy everyone forgot was on the team (Matt Bush) – truly gives new meaning to the phrase “amateur status”.

As they struggle to transition away from baseball and towards an uncertain future, the best player among them (Aaron Tveit) - who they all felt should have gotten drafted - has to deal with the news that his big league dreams were dashed, leaving him grappling with why he should still play. One game can be just another box score, but when it’s played by a team galvanized around the love of the game, and for the pride they have in each other, it can define a lifetime.

Written and directed by Joe Mazzello (“Jurassic Park”, HBO’s “The Pacific”, “The Social Network”), and Executive Produced by Tony Romo and Chace Crawford, UNDRAFTED is based on the real life experiences of Joe’s brother, a collegiate baseball star who was skipped over in the Major League Baseball draft.

Milwaukee Brewers first baseman Prince Fielder poses for a portrait before a game against the Philadelphia Phillies on May 17, 2007 in Philadelphia. Fielder, 32, played the last three seasons with the Texas Rangers after being acquired from the Tigers in a trade for Ian Kinsler, but his career “appears over” after undergoing neck surgery last month. The Rangers are expected to hold a press conference on Wednesday Aug. 10, 2016. Fielder was one of the best power hitters of his generation, hitting 50 home runs with the Brewers in 2007. He had six 30-homer seasons and hit 319 home runs in his career, coincidentally the same number as his father Cecil had. (Al Tielemans)