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Major League II -- Those Cleveland Indians went from worst to first in the hit original, now cope with fame and its perks as the hangdog team tries to hit, hustle and joke its way back to the top.
Major League II -- The Indians are now a World Series contender. But last year's hunger is now replaced with complacency, and bad decisions by the new owner threaten to tear the team apart.
Major League II -- The Indians are now a World Series contender. But last year's hunger is now replaced with complacency, and bad decisions by the new owner threaten to tear the team apart.


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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Charlie Sheen ... Rick 'Wild Thing' Vaughn

Tom Berenger ... Jake Taylor

Corbin Bernsen ... Roger Dorn

Dennis Haysbert ... Pedro Cerrano

James Gammon ... Lou Brown

Omar Epps ... Willie Mays Hayes

Eric Bruskotter ... Rube Baker

Takaaki Ishibashi ... Isuro Tanaka

Alison Doody ... Rebecca Flannery

Michelle Burke ... Nikki Reese

David Keith ... Jack Parkman

Margaret Whitton ... Rachel Phelps

Bob Uecker ... Harry Doyle
Steve Yeager ... Coach 'Duke' Temple
Kevin Hickey ... Schoup
Skip Griparis ... Monte

Kevin Crowley ... Vic
Bill Leff ... Bobby
Michael Mundra ... Frankie
Courtney Pee ... Steve
Farajii Rasulallah ... Tommy
Edward Woodson ... Tim
Ted Duncan ... Ron
Marie-Louise White ... Lisa

Saige Spinney ... Big Woman

Michael Willis ... Airport Photographer

Jason Kravits ... Accountant
Alan Wade ... Psychiatrist

Keith Johnson ... Vaughn's Valet

Jay Leno ... Jay Leno

Susan Duvall ... Lou's Nurse
Ron Meadows Jr. ... Orderly

Jesse Ventura ... Jesse Ventura
Keith Uchima ... Groundskeeper
Kurt Uchima ... Groundskeeper
Richard Salamanca ... Reporter
Harold Surratt ... Reporter
Daniel O'Donnell ... Suit #1

Richard Schiff ... Director
Louis Turenne ... Distinguished Gentleman

Patrick Robert Smith ... Clapper Boy (as Patrick Smith)
Dan Kilday ... Slider
Barry Cochran ... Umpire
William Reuter ... Umpire

Ken Medlock ... Umpire

Michael Stone Forrest ... Umpire (as Michael L. Forrest)
David Boswell ... Umpire
Skip Apple ... Umpire
Bob Roesner ... Umpire
Stefan Aleksander ... Umpire
Dick Stilwell ... Cleveland Trainer

David Sherrill ... Fields
J. Michael Sarbaugh ... Pirate Shortstop
Jeff Sheaffer ... Pirate on Second Base
Tom Quinn ... Red Sox Manager
John Milisitz ... Red Sox Catcher
Jim Dedrick ... White Sox Pitcher

Bobb Hopkins ... Toronto Shortstop / Utility Player / Coach (as Robert Hopkins)
Bobby Joe Brown ... Ballplayer Playing Cards
Wayne Crist ... Vendor
Julia Miller ... Stadium Control Room Operator
Ashton Smith ... Black Hammer Announcer
Bill Ahern ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
Joe Aversa ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
Lou Benbow ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
John Denman ... Cleveland Indian player and coach

Richard Dorton ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
Sam Ferretti ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
George Freiberger ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
John Gast ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
Shane Hale ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
Rudy Higgins ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
Juan Johnson ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
Michael Kelly ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
Tommy Khoo ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
Michael Lebo ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
Lowell Lenhardt ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
Dan Markhan ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
Kenny Peyton ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
Dan Ramirez ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
Chuck Ricci ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
Michael So ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
Jimmy Terrill ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
Brad Tyler ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
Ric Waldt ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
Wayne Williams ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
Ron Rizzi Sr. ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
George Henderson ... Cleveland Indian player and coach
George Baker ... Chicago White player and coach
Tim Cammett ... Chicago White player and coach
Scott Faloni ... Chicago White player and coach
Paul Dipino Jr. ... Chicago White player and coach
Lance Dixon ... Chicago White player and coach
David Funk ... Chicago White player and coach
Steve Fitzgerald ... Chicago White player and coach
Rick Freeman ... Chicago White player and coach
Mark Jackman ... Chicago White player and coach
Donald Gilbert Jr. ... Chicago White player and coach
Andre Keene ... Chicago White player and coach
Kenny Keith ... Chicago White player and coach
Joseph Sliwka ... Chicago White player and coach
Matt Reimer ... Chicago White player and coach
Duane Rhine ... Chicago White player and coach
John Stefero ... Chicago White player and coach
Alex Smith ... Chicago White player and coach
Warren Sollod ... Chicago White player and coach
Pedro Sierra ... Chicago White player and coach
Rick Sutch ... Chicago White player and coach
Gary Bishop ... Chicago White player and coach
Keith Lupton ... Chicago White player and coach
Matt Baumann ... Utility Player / Coach
Mark Carper ... Utility Player / Coach
Ben Cephas ... Utility Player / Coach
Jim Crowley ... Utility Player / Coach
Stephen Day ... Utility Player / Coach
James Donegan ... Utility Player / Coach
Ed Durkin ... Utility Player / Coach
Andrew Fava ... Utility Player / Coach
Rick French ... Utility Player / Coach
Joe Gast ... Utility Player / Coach
Michael Gibson ... Utility Player / Coach
Scott Gleiman ... Utility Player / Coach
Russ Grimsley ... Utility Player / Coach
Mikey Kerns ... Utility Player / Coach
Walter Kirschner ... Utility Player / Coach
Brian Kowitz ... Utility Player / Coach
Thomas Krohling ... Utility Player / Coach
Luke Lappin ... Utility Player / Coach

Steve Lyons ... Utility Player / Coach

Bill McAdams Jr. ... Utility Player / Coach
Brett McGonnigal ... Utility Player / Coach
Bob Mumma ... Utility Player / Coach
Anthony Riggs ... Utility Player / Coach
Keith Ringgold ... Utility Player / Coach
John Sauer ... Utility Player / Coach
Bob Smith ... Utility Player / Coach

John Stewart ... Utility Player / Coach (as John Michael Stewart)
Scott Wade ... Utility Player / Coach
Dennis Walsh ... Utility Player / Coach
Don Newbery ... Utility Player / Coach
George Shapanus ... Utility Player / Coach
James Boyd ... Umpire
Dale Davis ... Umpire
Donald Geho ... Umpire
William Gehring ... Umpire
David Roesner ... Umpire
John Simpers ... Umpire
Ed Wojciechowski ... Umpire
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Markus Alexander ... Relief Indian Pitcher (uncredited)

Jeff Ballard ... Cleveland Indians Fan (uncredited)
Joanna Becker ... Kid at Baseball Game (uncredited)

Mike Campbell ... Vendor (uncredited)
Gary Carper ... Opening Day Fan (uncredited)
Paul M. Clary ... Fan in the Stands (uncredited)

Ryan Duncan ... Rowdy Fan (uncredited)
Carl Glorioso ... Utility Player (uncredited)
John Hagy ... Baseball Fan (uncredited)
Robert Hornak ... Cleveland Indians Fan (uncredited)

Big Ben Kennedy ... Fan In The Stands (uncredited)

Aaron Michael Lacey ... Cleveland Indian player and coach (uncredited)
Fred J. Lauver ... Hospital Visitor / Photographer (uncredited)
Mike Lazorcik ... Press Box Announcer (uncredited)
Pete Levin ... Baseball Fan (uncredited)
Julie Mabry ... Field Press Photographer (uncredited)
Phil Mallon ... Baseball Fan (uncredited)
Robert Neal Marshall ... Airport Patron (uncredited)
Rob J. Moore ... Baseball Fan (uncredited)
Kamid Mosby ... Cleveland Indian fan (uncredited)

Mark Norris ... Gangster (uncredited)

Randy Quaid ... Johnny (uncredited)
Charles Rhine ... Baseball Fan (uncredited)
Kelly Lynn Richards ... Cleveland Indians Fan (uncredited)

Rene Russo ... Lynn (uncredited)
Noah Schaftel ... Baseball Fan (uncredited)
Jonathan Wolk ... Bearded Fan (uncredited)

Directed by
David S. Ward 
Writing credits
David S. Ward (characters)

R.J. Stewart (story) and
Tom S. Parker (story) &
Jim Jennewein (story)

R.J. Stewart (screenplay)

Produced by
Gary Barber .... executive producer
Edward D. Markley .... line producer (as Ed Markley)
Julia Miller .... associate producer
James G. Robinson .... producer
Susan Vanderbeek .... supervising producer
David S. Ward .... producer
Ted Winterer .... associate producer
Original Music by
Michel Colombier 
Cinematography by
Victor Hammer 
Film Editing by
Donn Cambern 
Kimberly Ray 
Paul Seydor 
Frederick Wardell 
Casting by
Ferne Cassel 
Production Design by
Stephen Hendrickson 
Art Direction by
Gary Diamond 
Set Decoration by
Leslie Bloom 
Costume Design by
Bobbie Read 
Makeup Department
Allan A. Apone .... makeup department head
Gabriel Borgo .... key hair stylist
Janice Kinigopoulos .... second hair stylist
Joseph Paris .... wig maker
Jeanne Van Phue .... makeup artist: Mr. Sheen
Production Management
Jody Levin .... post-production supervisor
Edward D. Markley .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Edward D. Markley .... second unit director
Tom C. Peitzman .... second second assistant director
Louis Race .... key second assistant director (as Louis S. Race)
Jerram A. Swartz .... first assistant director
John Corso .... second unit director (uncredited)
Art Department
Kathi Ash .... props
David Beach .... gang boss
Jamie Bloom .... set dresser (as James M. Bloom Jr.)
Robin Broadfoot .... painter
Joshua A. Burwell .... greensman
Kyung W. Chang .... set designer (as Kyung Chang)
Christopher L. Conner .... carpenter
Joseph Timothy Conway .... assistant property master (as Joseph T. Conway)
Richard Crandall .... painter (as Richard A. Crandall)
Henry Dando .... greensman foreman
Michael Davis .... construction coordinator (as Michael E. Davis)
Sarah Frank .... art department coordinator
Francesca Gerlach .... stand-by painter
Wesley Goodwin .... carpenter
Randy G. Herbert .... carpenter (as Randall G. Herbert)
Clark Hospelhorn .... set dresser
R. Mark Hughes .... props
Ted Lubonovich II .... carpenter
Silvija L. Moess .... painter (as Silvija Moess)
Scott T. Pina .... carpenter
Raymond Prado .... storyboard artist
Michael Sabo .... lead man
Arthur Shippee .... property master (as Arthur B. Shippee Jr.)
Karen Sortito .... product placement promotion
Christopher D. Southwick .... carpenter
Patrick M. Stare .... set dresser
Barbara E. Thompson .... painter
Thomas Turnbull .... carpenter
Julia Vaughan .... construction first aid
Keith Weaver .... paint foreman
Donald White .... painter (as Donald V. White III)
William F. Wirth .... construction foreman
Richard Salinas .... painter (uncredited)
Sound Department
Willy Allen .... foley editor
Robert J. Anderson Jr. .... sound mixer (as Robert J. Anderson)
Kevin Bartnof .... foley artist
Robert Batha .... assistant sound editor
Bill W. Benton .... re-recording mixer
Scott Burrow .... dialogue editor
Chris Carpenter .... re-recording mixer
Dino Dimuro .... sound effects editor
Carol Everson .... cable person
Linda Folk .... adr supervisor
Sukey Fontelieu .... dialogue editor
Dennis Fuller .... boom operator
Mark Gordon .... dialogue editor
Marilyn Graf .... foley mixer
Dan Hegeman .... sound effects editor
Doug Hemphill .... re-recording mixer (as D.P. Hemphill)
Ellen Heuer .... foley artist
Chris Hogan .... sound effects editor
Craig S. Jaeger .... foley editor (as Craig Jaeger)
Trevor Jolly .... dialogue editor
Doc Kane .... adr mixer
Larry Kemp .... supervising sound editor
John Rice .... assistant sound editor
Charleen Richards .... adr mixer
Jay B. Richardson .... sound effects editor
Wylie Stateman .... additional sound
Kim Waugh .... additional sound
Fred Peck III .... foley recordist (uncredited)
David Tripeau .... foreign language versions (uncredited)
Bill Voigtlander .... adr editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Bob Cooper .... special effects assistant (as Robert H. Cooper)
Douglas Retzler .... special effects assistant
Bruno Van Zeebroeck .... special effects coordinator
M. James Arnett .... stunt coordinator
Eddie Braun .... stunt coordinator
Kerrie Cullen .... stunts
Paul M. Lane .... stunt driver: motorcycle
John Moio .... stunt coordinator
Jeff Ward .... stunts
Willie Johnson .... stunts (uncredited)
Aaron Michael Lacey .... stunt double: Charlie Sheen (uncredited)
Karl Otter .... precision driver (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Alex Applefeld .... 24 frame video operator
Lloyd Barcroft .... key grip
Rhett Bloomquist .... grip (as Rhett F. Bloomquist)
Ralph Brandofino .... first assistant camera
Bobby Brown .... first assistant camera: "a" camera re-shoots
Michael F. Burke .... gaffer (as Michael Burke)
Buddy Carr .... dolly grip
William Coleman .... camera operator (as Bill Coleman)
Timothy Dilworth .... assistant camera
Edwin Effrein .... second assistant camera
Rodney French .... dolly grip (as Rodney G. French)
Tom Houghton .... director of photography: second unit
Charles Laughon .... video assistant
Gary Muller .... first assistant camera
Andrew Priestley .... second assistant camera (as Andrew Priestly)
Van Redin .... still photographer
John Scanlan .... electrician (as John P. Scanlan)
Lee Shapira .... second company grip
Brian Snell .... grip
John M. Stephens .... director of photography: second unit
Mark Van Loon .... Steadicam operator (as Mark R. Van Loon)
Mark Van Loon .... camera operator (as Mark R. Van Loon)
Kevin Walsh .... best boy electric
Chris Walters .... electrician (as Christopher L. Walters)
Howard Weiner .... 24 frame video operator
Chris Williamson .... electrician
Rob Coughlin .... electrician (uncredited)
Ed Slater .... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Kurt E. Soderling .... assistant camera: second unit (uncredited)
Casting Department
Alfred J. Caragay .... casting assistant: Baltimore
Charon Heuer .... extras casting assistant
Benita Hofstetter .... casting assistant
Benita Hofstetter .... casting: Baltimore
Kimberly Hubbard .... extras casting assistant
Amanda Koblin .... casting assistant
Beverly Marable .... casting assistant: Baltimore
C.C. Moss .... extras casting assistant
Carol Ness .... extras casting
Joni Tackette .... extras casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Amy Andrews .... set costumer
Deb Dalton .... costume supervisor
Bebe Ferro .... costumer (as Bebe Vaeth)
Michael J. Long .... costume supervisor (as Michael Joseph Long)
Romeo Pompa .... set costumer
Sheri Stern .... costumer
Editorial Department
Steven Gary Banks .... post-production assistant (as Steven Banks)
Clay Cambern .... apprentice editor
Sharon Smith Holley .... first assistant editor
Nancy Inouye .... apprentice editor (as Nancy A. Inouye)
Gloria Kaiser .... color timer
Paul Kieran .... assistant editor
Irvin Paik .... assistant editor
Clay Rawlins .... assistant editor (as Clay W. Rawlins)
Stuart Sperling .... apprentice editor
Location Management
Charley Armstrong .... assistant location manager (as Charlie Armstrong)
Ken Haber .... location manager
Music Department
Peter Afterman .... music supervisor
Terry Delsing .... music editor
Clark Germain .... music mixer
James Newton Howard .... composer: additional music
Rolf Johnson .... assistant music editor
Tom Kramer .... music editor
Thomas Milano .... music editor
Tom Boyd .... oboe soloist (uncredited)
James Thatcher .... musician: french horn (uncredited)
Elizabeth Wendel .... associate music supervisor (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Hedy Phil Balani .... driver
Charles E. Bauer .... driver
Bo Falck .... transportation coordinator
Eleanor Falck .... driver
Robert Gaskill .... driver
Michael Luckeroth .... driver
Salvatore R. Maffei .... driver
Michael C. McEntyre .... driver
Rick Mercier .... transportation co-captain (as Richard G. Mercier)
Terry R. Owens .... driver (as Terry Ray Owens)
David Picarello .... driver
Charles R. Plantholt Sr. .... driver
Steve Pollack .... driver
Salvatore A. Raimond .... driver (as Sal Raimond)
Francis 'Tony' Raymond .... driver
John E. Simms .... driver (as John Simms)
Gerald Titus .... driver
David G. Todd .... driver
Eric Wade .... executive driver
Doug A. Walk Sr. .... transportation co-captain (as Douglas A. Walk Sr.)
Douglas A. Walk .... transportation co-captain (as Douglas A. Walk Sr.)
Foard J. Wilgis .... transportation co-captain
Robert S. Wilhelm .... driver
Robert W. Womack .... driver
Bruce Zamzow .... driver
Kenneth Ziegler Jr. .... driver
Other crew
Jeff Ballard .... publicist: Mr. Sheen
Rodney Barnes .... production assistant (as Rodney P. Barnes)
Gail Barringer .... assistant accountant
Michael Battaglia .... unit publicist
Susan Bierbaum .... script supervisor
Ben Cagan .... production assistant
Jeffrey J. Cox .... production assistant (as Jeffrey Cox)
Lisa Davis .... assistant: Mr. Sheen
George Figgs .... projectionist
Gary Romolo Fiorelli .... production assistant (as Gary Fiorelli)
Thomas J. Healy IV .... craft service
Kelly Helstrom .... assistant: Mr. Barber
Rudy Patrick Higgins .... athletic trainer
Joe Incaprera .... production assistant (as Joseph S. Incaprera)
David Christopher Johnson .... production assistant (as D. Christopher Johnson III)
Jeff Johnson .... medic
Willis Baxter Johnson .... production assistant
Jo Kelleher .... studio coordinator
Aaron Michael Lacey .... stand-in: Mr. Sheen
Bob Landau .... assistant production coordinator
David Mastron .... post-production accountant
Bill McAdams Jr. .... utility player
Julia Miller .... assistant: Mr. Ward
Rebecca Miller .... production assistant (as Rebecca S. Miller)
Patricia O'Brien .... accounting clerk (as Patricia A. O'Brien)
Louise Rosner .... production coordinator
David Shack .... set first aid (as David Edwards Shack)
Melissa Shusterman .... production assistant
Karen L. Sirota .... production secretary
Todd P. Smith .... production controller
Bill Wells .... production accountant
Janet M. West .... assistant: Mr. Robinson
Alyssa L. Wittenberg .... assistant production coordinator
Robert E. Wozniak .... assistant accountant (as Robert 'Woz' Wozniak)
Kevin Wyranch .... production assistant
Steve Yeager .... technical advisor
Thais Zoe .... production coordinator
Lisa S. Beasley .... crowd promotion (uncredited)
Aaron Michael Lacey .... photo double: Charlie Sheen (uncredited)
Michael Peavey .... helicopter pilot (uncredited)
Michael Smith .... production assistant (uncredited)
Lynnanne Zager .... adr loop group (uncredited)
Eileen Atkins .... thanks
Ed Cline .... thanks
Bruce Hoffman .... thanks
Jean Marsh .... thanks
Howard Rothouse .... thanks
Fred Schrier .... thanks
Roy Summerhoff .... thanks
Crew believed to be complete

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Rated PG for some rude language
105 min
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In the outfield during their second game there is a sign that says "Emilio's Repo Depot". Charlie Sheen's brother Emilio Estevez was in the movie Repo Man (1984).See more »
Continuity: In the last game against Chicago, Willie is batting and we hear Harry Doyle say over the radio, "Willie Mays Hayes is trying to pick up Miller from third." But if you look at third base, there is no player there.See more »
[first lines]
Harry Doyle:Hello everybody. Harry Doyle here, welcoming all you Wahoo maniacs to the year's first session of Tribe Talk. As you know, the Indians had a Cinderella season last year. Despite the fact that *toxic* owner Rachel Phelps wanted the team to lose so she could move it to Florida, the Indians won the American League East for the first time since divisional play began. Rachel's gone now, thank God, having sold the team to retired Indian third baseman Roger Dorn, after a long, hard fought series of negotiations.
[flashback to negotiations]
Roger Dorn:Mmmight be willing to go as high as a hundred.
Rachel Phelps:120.
Roger Dorn:120? Rachel, you just started at 110!
Rachel Phelps:130!
Roger Dorn:Rachel, this isn't fair!
Rachel Phelps:140!
Roger Dorn:[desperately begging] 130!
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4 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Almost strikes out, but saved by a few minor perks, 28 March 2011
Author: Steve Pulaski from United States

Major League II is a lost cause at best. It's one of those films you know will have a sequel, but you don't want there to be a sequel. You want the film to leave off on a good note and not be inhabited by sequels of lesser quality. Instead, Major League did what was predicted and made a sequel that is (a) PG and not on par with the original and (b) doesn't include all of the original actors.

I could tell from the beginning of the film that director David S. Ward, also director of the first film, really wanted to get everyone back to do a great sequel. Rene Russo and Wesley Snipes, big names in the first film, are now absent. Snipes is replaced with Omar Epps, who is decent, but not as funny as the way Snipes portrayed the character of Willy Mays Hayes.

The plot: The Indians open up next season confident because of their big surprise last year. But some changes have been made. Rick "Wild Thing" Vaughn (Sheen), the team's star player, has quit sporting his bad boy image and now has a cleaner act. Jake Taylor (Berenger), the Indians catcher, still has serve knee problems and is on his last leg (no pun intended). Roger Dorn (Bernsen) retired from the Indians to later buy the team from Rachel Phelps. And the team's oddball player Pedro Cerrano (Haysbert) has converted to Buddhism and is way more of a relaxed player.

Major League II is more or less a remake of the first film with some new little perks. The screenwriter didn't want to experiment with much so the film is just the Indians struggling at the beginning of the season to become respectable players by the end once more. When it comes to baseball movies there isn't a whole lot of originality. The end will surprise virtually no one.

The character I still find hilarious is Lou Brown (Gammon). As well as the character of the Indians announcer Harry Doyle (Uecker) who has a major alcohol problem throughout the season while announcing the games. Absolute hilarity in both of these actors.

One character I grew tired of fast was Isuro Tanaka (Takaaki Ishibashi). His on screen actors are utterly atrocious and just unfunny especially when he gets into fights with Pedro Cerrano. The obsessed, fair weather Indians fan played by Randy Quaid is nothing but annoying as well.

Several things drag Major League II in the gutter, but it still is a fair sequel. I feel that this is a beginning of an end though. I feel this is the best sequel to Major League we're going to get. It's sad. But most likely true as I've heard nothing but average to poor reviews of Back to the Minors.

Director David S. Ward wants to get Berenger, Sheen, and Snipes back for a third film but I find that highly unlikely. Berenge has gotten too old and probably lost interest. Good luck getting Sheen to put a pause on his Two and a Half Men drama to do it, Snipes is in prison till 2013, and Gammon is dead. Major League III, if it will happen, is highly unlikely. That is no error. Ward wants the film to be titled Major League III, even though chronologically it's Major League IV.

Regardless, I feel Back to the Minors will conclude the series good or bad. It looks like Major League II will be the best Major League sequel out there. This could've all been avoided if we just left the film alone where it was; a funny and clever baseball comedy.

Starring: Charlie Sheen, Tom Berenger, Corbin Bernsen, Dennis Haysbert, Omar Epps, David Keith, Margaret Whitton, James Gammon, and Bob Uecker. Directed by: David S. Ward.

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