Arizona Wildcats Baseball Goes ‘Major League’ with Spoof
The Arizona Wildcats baseball team delivered a home run this week when they released a YouTube video spoofing the movie Major League. The Wildcats play their home games at Tucson's Hi Corbett Field, the same ballpark as the Cleveland Indians' Spring Training home from the 1989 film starring Charlie Sheen and Tom Berenger. As you can tell by the original movie clip, the team did a great job using their current roster to mimic the classic baseball comedy. Warning: Clip may feature objectionable language. Please use discretion.
The Indians left Hi Corbett Field in 1993 and moved to Winter Haven, Florida, where they spent the next 15 seasons. They came back to Arizona in 2009 and they currently train in Goodyear along with the Cincinnati Reds. The Wildcats have played their home games at Hi Corbett since 2012 and the team won the National Championship that season.