Cast & Crew
"Little Sunset" is the red-haired, fiery-tempered son of a minor league baseball player named Jones. The boy worships Gus Bergstrom, the star outfielder for the Apaches, and is overjoyed to learn one day that his father has been signed to the "Terrible Swede's" team. Following the death of Little Sunset's mother, the boy accompanies his father on the road as the team's mascot. He and Gus become great friends, and when Little Sunset falls ill, the "Terrible Swede" plays miserably. At an important game, Gus makes a serious mistake, and the manager angrily upbraids him. Weary of baseball after fifteen years as a player, Gus takes the opportunity to quit the team and return home to tend to his business affairs. Hearing that the team is in trouble, however, he rejoins the Apaches and leads them to a pennant victory. Little Sunset, who had been outraged when Gus deserted the team, finally decides to forgive his pal.
Members of the Pacific Coast League's Venice team appeared in the film. According to a November 1915 release chart, the film was re-released on a state rights plan. Author Charles Van Loan assisted in the supervision of the film, and Hobart Bosworth May have directed it.