Sure, Stanley Lambchop is a bit two-dimensional; he's four feet tall, one foot wide, and about half an inch thick. (He's been flat ever since a bulletin board fell on him.) But, in many ways, he's just like any other boy.
Eager to play baseball, Stanley works hard and makes the team. Yet his flatness soon sets him apart. Some players say Stanley has an unfair advantage at the plate and in the field. Should Stanley be allowed to play? What can he do?