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Back to Play Ball! Main PageMajor League (1989) You’ve got to hand it to the Cleveland Indians organization — the team’s historic streak of World Championship-less seasons stood at 41 when the team OK'd the script for this comedy, about a new owner (Rene Russo) who intentionally fields a bad team in order to get out of her stadium contract. We all remember Charlie Sheen surprising us with his razor-sharp comic timing, but take another look at the film’s pitch-perfect supporting cast, including Dennis Haysbert as Pedro Cerrano and Wesley Snipes as Willie Mays Hayes. It’s been another 23 years, the Indians still haven’t won the World Series, and Major League is still one of the funniest movies ever made about baseball.

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