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Vaughn (Charlie Sheen) makes his major league debut on the mound, and immediately earns the nickname of "Wild Thing."
Inheriting the Cleveland Indians baseball team from her late husband, covetous ex-showgirl Rachel Phelps (Margaret Whitton) wants to move the franchise to Miami, primarily to take advantage of the many personal perks she's been promised by that city. But Cleveland won't yield its lease on the Indians unless the year's attendance falls below 800,000. Figuring that chances for this are already good given Cleveland's inability to win a pennant, Phelps tries to make doubly certain that the fans won't turn out by ordering the club manager to put together the worst team possible. The new players include has-been Jake Taylor (Tom Berenger), blind-as-a-bat pitcher Ricky Vaughn (Charlie Sheen), self-protective free agent Roger Dorn (Corbin Bernsen), and Willie Mays Hayes (Wesley Snipes), who is constitutionally incapable of hitting straight. Surprisingly, this band of misfits begins winning games, so Whitton decides to break their spirit by forcing them to fly from game to game in a World War II prop plane, assigning them a rickety old bus for road games, and divesting them of their precious whirlpool.Still, the team's talent and esprit de corps grows, especially after "Wild Thing" Ricky Vaughn dons a pair of glasses and is able to see where he's lobbing his 100-mile-an-hour pitches. Once the players are told that Phelps plans to dump them all whether they win the pennant or not, the team defiantly adopts an "us against the you-know-what" attitude. In a nailbiting 20-minute climax, the Indians face down their hated Yankee rivals in the pennant playoff game. The film's conclusion ties up several loose plot ends, notably the off-and-on romance between the irresponsible Berenger and his "ex" Lynn Wells (Rene Russo). Though set in Cleveland, Major League was filmed virtually in its entirety in Milwaukee, with the Brewers' play-by-play announcer Bob Uecker giving a terrific performance as the Indians' drink-besotted color commentator. The film represented not only the fictional comeback of the Cleveland Indians, but the actual comeback of producer/director David S. Ward, who'd been in a professional slump for several years. Though containing few surprises, Major League was a box-office smash, inspiring a 1994 sequel, inventively titled Major League II.
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Cast: Tom Berenger, Corbin Bernsen, Andy Romano, Charlie Sheen, Bob Uecker
Director: David S. Ward
Producers: Julie Bergman Sender, Joe Roth, Chris Chesser, Mark Rosenberg, Irby Smith
Screenwriter: David S. Ward
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"You can close the book on Keltner....thank God."
wild thing is so wild, he got aids
Most families play badminton with a racquet and a small feathered birdie. Chuck Norris' family often play badminton using a manhole cover and an ostrich carcass.
Still better than the 03 Tigers.
The thing is, the Indians in real life are MUCH worse. Lol. Blowing a 3-1 lead.
I like how Tom Berenger and Charlie worked again together since platoon.
Uecker says thank god like keltner was having a bad game but only 4 runs threw 5 with the errors behind him means he probably had good stuff that day and his defense let him down he probably even pitched out of a couple tough situations too
The dogmas of the quiet past are inadequate to the stormy present. The occasion is piled high with difficulty, and we must rise with the occasion. As our case is new, so we must think anew and act anew.
"too high? what does that mean too high?" lmao so many great lines in this movie
There's more people in the stands than the Miami Marlins.
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