On the outskirts of Beijing, a group of orphans and problem children were receiving baseball training under the guidance of a seventy-year-old man. Ma Hu’s arrival broke the silence of the team. Fighting and quarrelling, recruiting and ganging up, all this aroused dissatisfaction among the team members and their coaches. There was a big fire accident followed by a cleaning-out operation of millions of people from Beijing, and the baseball base was urged to evacuate within limited time. Six months later, the team will represent the Asia-Pacific region in a world level youth baseball competition, Bronco 11, in the United States. Could they unite as one and overcome various difficulties by challenging themselves to achieve a breakthrough? What will the children’s future be?