The streets of South Central Los Angeles in the early 1980s were riddled with crime, drugs and gangs. But a small patch of land in the middle of all the peril – a baseball field called Harvard Park – was an oasis, a place where dreams could come true. Producing several legendary baseball players, including All-Stars Eric Davis, Darryl Strawberry, Frank Thomas and Barry Larkin, Harvard Park became a place where hungry players took the first step toward becoming not only superstars, but also heroes to their community. In this moving documentary, several of the players discuss the importance of their time at Harvard Park. Newly remastered.