Sarge introduces Guillermo, a ringer he hired to ensure the company's victory at the annual softball game. Church injures Guillermo with a wild pitch during practice and must a new player to replace him.
Meanwhile, Tex is trying to become friends with the new neighbors, much to Church's dissaproval, until he discovers that his new neighbor, John Fishly, played ball in college and invites him to play; when John shows up on the field, however, Church (and the others players) are horrified to see that he is wheelchair-bound, and yells, "Holy crip, he's a crapple!" in confusion. John turns out to be a fantastic player, however, and leads the team to victory. In addition, he is also a heroic policeman, and soon becomes very popular to others.
The fame of John makes Church jealous, and wants tp be a hero too. Church decides to preform a heroic deed to compete with John and attempts to stop a bank robbery in progress. He and Tucker are taken hostage until John convinces the robbers to surrender. Church is disappointed, but his friends tell him that he is their hero.