Wow, I almost forgot about this one.... Lol.
Well, the info blurb about how the dancer wanted to move them to Miami made it sound interesting--Marlins Park is my favorite stadium, lol-- but actually, she ended up being an exec who probs couldn't dance if she got kidnapped by pirates, *but*, you know, considering how long ago this movie was made, I guess that I just should have expected it to have been mediocre, in.... Certain ways, in general.... Yeah. (And, yeah, Taylor: I'm looking at you.)
But at least Willie Mays Hays did a little dance when he didn't get cut from the team, and Charlie Sheen--as *Wild Thing*-- upped the fun factor too.
"This is my kinda team."
And I really liked the vodoo guy, how could I ever forget him....
He's a pagan, just like Chief Wahoo himself!
And listening to him call the Christ-y guy a "cabron" almost made the whole thing worth it.
That, and having the *Yankees* be the random unsympathetic extras for a change.... hahahaha.
.... And, actually, the only Yankee that I liked was the guy who led the league in "saves, strikeouts, and hit batsmen", and who knocked Taylor down after the lout "called his shot"--ha!
Although I did like some of the guys on the Tribe--I mean, not Taylor, Dorn, or Harris-- but, aside from the awesome voodoo guy, who was almost a team unto himself, and the coach and the announcer that I was sorta neutral about, Willie Mays Hays (00), and Wild Thing (99) were a good pair.
*switches back to Music Choice: Light Classical*
Ah, *Frederic* Chopin--now!-- *that's* better!