Could a 125 year- plus baseball team really leave its home with more than three million attendance figures every season? Don't fans have a right to have a say in such matters? If so, what can they really do to stop an owner more interested in dollars than sense? Mark Weber is brand new in his job as President & CEO of the St. Louis Cardinals. Christina Rheinhold is brand new in her job as President & CEO of Rheinhold Brewery, parent company for the baseball club. Christina has no interest in baseball but sees a potential payday if this "asset" is shed. She also needs cash to survive in the highly competitive beer industry. She considers the potential for public relations fallout, but dollar signs keep dancing in her head. Can Mark, with the help of natural and even supernatural support, save the team from moving out of town?