It was quite sad to see how much potential Clyde had before he was murdered, all of the talk about how he could have been the first to break the color barrier in baseball made it that much more sad. He didn't even live to see that happen. With all the talk about how he dreamed to be a big hitter it was really sad to see his dreams go up in smoke when he was mudered.
This episode had strong emotion, but to me it seemed to be a bit lacking. At times, it seemed to drag on and on. Clyde was an interesting character, but he was the only one. I saw all the other characters to be very boring so I only looked forward to the flashbacks with Clyde in them.
All in all it was an okay episode, but there were quite few things I didn't like about it.