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I think this could be done, but whether it's done right is the question.
Rick Vaughn should return, hanging on with an 82 MPH fastball, an assortment of junk, and plenty of foreign substances to apply. He's evolved from flame thrower to the Eddie Harris role. Jake Taylor can still be the manager. You might find a role for Willie Mays Hayes. For the most part though you'll need a new cast.
Rick Vaughn should return, hanging on with an 82 MPH fastball, an assortment of junk, and plenty of foreign substances to apply.
The present day Cleveland Indians are the best team in the league and are in the World Series, on the verge of clinching with a 3-2 lead. The original Major League team, which sadly fell short of the world series, will be honored prior to the first pitch of Game 6. However, that morning the team bus explodes, hilariously killing everyone on the team except for team MVP Shia LeBeouf, who is late to the game because he's sleeping with Roger Dorn's hot daughter, played by some girl from Glee or Disney Musical or some ####. The commissioner decides that, yes, the only reasonable thing to do is to allow the 1989 Cleveland Indians (+ LeBeouf) to take the field in their place. The first game is a laugher, they get bet 22-1, bringing all of the old petty arguments back to the fore. But they band together and win the final game. (No matter that several of these players will be over 60.)
Wesley Snipes could use the work.
I wonder if any film series has switched actors for a character in a sequel and then switched back to the original actor.
I wonder if any film series has switched actors for a character in a sequel and then switched back to the original actor
The TV show "Roseanne" switched from the original Becky to a new Becky for 5 years, then back to original strength, then confusingly between the 2.
I've written a new Major League sequel. It's more than 20 years later, and Wild Thing is out of baseball. It's about him coming back.
Rick Vaughn hanging around and Willie May Hayes had the skill set to age gracefully, but 25 years is pushing it.
I'd rather see a sequel to Bull Durham than Major League, I think.
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