R | | Comedy, Sport
The new owner of the Cleveland Indians puts together a purposely horrible team so they'll lose and she can move the team. But when the plot is uncovered, they start winning just to spite her.
During the 2016 baseball season real-life Cleveland Indians players Jason Kipnis and Mike Napoli acquired two Jobu statues and set them up in a shrine in the team's locker room at Progressive Field. They initially placed an offering of vodka in it but then switched to rum... ...
Good morning, gentlemen, and welcome to another season of Indians baseball.
Cerrano and Haywood tossed their bats and their helmets to the ground, which (then and now) is believed to be an ejectable offense in Major League Baseball. However, this is only true when an umpire feels the player is "showing up the umpire." Any umpire would see this is in disgust of their own action and would never throw out a player for that.
Also edited out of television is a scene in which Jake Taylor's character follows his ex-fiancé home in a bullpen go-cart and enters her house to talk to her. This scene is referred to on the DVD as, 'the Last Hurrah'.
English, Spanish, Japanese
$8,836,265 (USA) (9 April 1989)
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