Play ball! It's Seattle Grace Mercy West vs. Seattle Presbyterian in the most anticipated softball showdown ever! Well, maybe not ever. After all, our favorite docs are much better at clamping arteries than they are at turning double plays. Nevertheless, Owen has high hopes for his team. But judging by their first practice, the only thing that can save them from an utterly humiliating defeat is praying for rain.
The trial device that was inserted inside Henry has some defective kinks. They're working on solutions, but he'll have to resume regular checkups at the hospital. The good news is that he'll get to see Teddy more often. Henry also gets a new temp job at the hospital once Owen learns he played pro ball. He'll be the team's ringer. As for Teddy, she desperately wants to be the starting pitcher. Too bad she's terrible.
Carl is a sanitation worker who sustained multiple injuries in an auto accident. He may lose some of his hand. That's a major bummer because the guy is a fantastic woodprint artist on the side. Callie fancies herself to be bit of an artist, too. April will assist as they try to make sure Carl can keep on carving.
Carl starts crashing during his hand surgery because of a heart issue. Cristina, who had been tasked with a ho-hum angioplasty, is called in to help. She lets April to crack the chest to do an aortic dissection. Callie continues to work on the hand while the rest of the team tackles the heart. The patient stabilizes. Callie gives the guy a brand new hand that should work well for woodcarving. She really is an artist!