Clark Sandford, an unremarkable paper salesman, has one trait which makes him instantly recognizable to the people of Milwaukee—he’s a dead ringer for the city’s second baseman.
When he forgets his wallet after closing a sale, Clark fears that he won’t be able to rent a hotel room. Fortunately for him, he’s mistakenly identified as the famous baseball player. Assuming the identity of the celebrity, Clark soon realizes that fame isn’t all that it seems.
Sometimes being notorious can get you killed.