1989's MAJOR LEAGUE was a predictable but good-natured shaggy-jock story in which the new owner of the Cleveland Indians, gold-digger Rachel Phelps (Margaret Whitton) assembled the worst lineup possible to facilitate moving the franchise to a better market. The misfit athletes, however,
wised up to the scheme, pulled together, and defiantly won the pennant instead. The sequel reruns the same forumula, with only a slight reshuffling of the roster.
It's one year later, and the success of their underdog victory has spoiled the Indians. Ex-con pitching sensation Rick Vaughn (Charlie Sheen) is now a bland yuppie. Cuban slugger Pedro Cerrano (Dennis Haysbert) underw...