In this movie his daughter is played by Amy Adams who is a law associate on the brink of making partner in a major firm. Clint moved her out when his wife died - so they do not communicate about anything but baseball. Amy has a love interest, who is a scout and former pitching prospect that Clint's character had signed, who works for the Red Sox.
Between Clint and Amy they notice a flaw in the prospect - and Clint talks the Red Sox guy out of choosing him. There is some treachery in the Braves organization so a part of the management team sends a second person to this small club to see the guy hit - and the decision is made (when the Sox pass on him) to take the guy from Carolina. Trouble is he can't hit a curve ball - that comes about because of Clint's ears and Amy's eyes. So all of that is twisted into a budding romance.
This is not a deep film. But it was written with a deep sense of respect or at least understanding of the work that coaches do to find new ballplayers. It is an art and a skill. If for nothing else it is also pretty good on some baseball trivia.
This is not a deep movie - it won't make you think. But the characters are well drawn. The plot is engaging and it is a good way to spend a couple of hours.