Waiting but still pleasing (
If you looked 4,600 times on the basic cable in your 90 s)
The sequel to the hit 1989 comedy, the hapless Cleveland Indians sold their best players to save money.
In return, they got the most delicious and quirky farce --
The greatest player anyone can imagine: one from.
His name is Tian Zhonghong, who is a reckless screw ball that wins his nickname by constantly hitting the wall and unconsciously banging himself.
He also mocked Pedro cherano, his outfielder, for not having the spirit of a "warrior" and massacred some broken people
The British tried to say he had no testicles.
1995, a year later, Real
Los Angeles Dodgers signed Nomo, a pitcher from the Japanese league, who immediately became full
And won the Rookie of the year.
This opens the door for now.
The common trend for the MLB team to sign up for Japanese professional players makes the Yankees 2-time All-
Star and 09 World Series MVP Matsui Xiushu, as well as the current Angel bowler Black Valley and so on.
Basically, the stupidest thing the 1994 writers dream of is to be an incredible striker --
Thinking trend of Team League
Since then, wide has followed suit immediately.
But the strange thing is that the prescient predictions don't stop. (
Sorry, we don't calculate, a movie forgot, you didn't know it existed until this sentence. )
They are not for the better.
The films herald a series of sad, ominous trends that will eventually devour national entertainment in the United States.
If we knew it then. .
In an interview with 2011, Charlie Xin revealed that Charlie Xin took steroids to play fake baseball.
He claims the drugs helped him raise from 79 miles to 85 miles per hour.
While it may just be an indirect way of bragging that he can throw 85 goals, in a stupid post-80 s comedy, he still risks a contraction of his testicles, at an inconspicuous rate, this is the direct DiCaprio-
"Leak anecdotes to help with your Oscar case ".
Now, if, in 1989, Xin knew to take steroids in order to play baseball better, then it would be easy to get steroids and play better immediately, of course, other players (and covered)
Will baseball know?
At 1998, when they eliminated single
The season home run record broke the record for two of the highest home runs in a hundred gamesyear-
Add the history of the sport.
The baseball reporter turned a blind eye to the idle guy.
Stick out the elephant in the locker room and then trace it back on reboot
At the age of 36, 73 people broke the record.
The doping scandal that followed led to sports. wide hand-
The pain is that strict reform of the coalition's drug policy (which ), and .
When these baseball writers and executives learned that some athletes were making money using a drug test program that didn't exist in baseball, they immediately became angry Hellfire moral missionaries and rich evangelists for millions of dollars.
But do we really believe that they know less about steroids than they do?
An actor who plays a bad boy
Junior pitcher in the post-80 s movie?
15 years later, a group of 5 feet days a year away from baseball players 200 of the actual performance of the sport is not as clear as before.
Everyone is Rachel Phelps, and the evil man's scheming Rachel Phelps takes control of the Indians, deliberately minimizing wages and all other expenses so that the team doesn't do well enough, let her move the franchise to Florida.
She doesn't care about the fans and she doesn't care about winning ---
She only cares about every dollar she has.
She took it to such an evil degree that it ended up uniting the players and inspiring them to win a miraculous division champion.
At 2019, that's it. . .
It's no different from what most baseball bosses do.
Miami Marlins absolutely crowded Miami-
In 2012, Dade County built a new stadium for $0. 5 billion from taxpayers (
This may cost residents over time).
They haven't won a season since then, and now they fight for a frustrated death
It is clear that the selfishness of baseball bosses is nothing new.
Oakland Team A's boss, Charlie Finley, won three consecutive championships in 70 years.
But the recent league
When the width is cheap.
However, owners who are richer than ever before (
Usually there is only a vague private investment group, there is no real public "face ")
Continue to extort funds from local governments to subsidize completely unnecessary stadiums.
Atlanta has just built a new $1.
The 1 billion stadium, though their former park is open.
Are there any other buildings in that ancient era?
Still, the Warriors made the playoffs last year.
Maybe their motivation is their owner's nude cardboard cut
Sexy free media
There are 2 advertisements in the field? Preposterous! In , ex-
Player Roger donne bought the team but soon broke down and he had to raise as much money as he could.
So he did the most shameless, dirty, exaggerated, and desperate move the screenwriter might make up: he posted a bunch of ads on the outfield wall.
The players came out of the lounge and stared at the brand's monster, and manager Lou Brown joked, "Wow, what the hell is this?
"When you watched the movie today, the joke did not fall to the ground.
After all, the field ads for the MLB stadium are overwhelming.
There are ads on every inch of the scoreboard, and the spin ads are green
Shown behind the main plate for the TV audience, each stadium for each professional sport is named after the company sponsor, usually 9-figure payout.
Roger Dorn is not a sad shameless sell-out;
When it comes to mining alternative sources of income, he is far ahead of the curve.
Not to mention 20-
He described the minute scene of geographic location value
Instagram posts sponsored by tags. . .
Major League 2 replaced Wesley Snipes with a younger and cheaper ActorWesley Snipes, who played Willie "Mez" Hayes in the first game
List of stars in early 90 s, not much interest in returning to PG
1994 comedy sequel starring ensemble actors.
So the movie maker just replaced him with Omar Epps and put the film out.
This heralds the biggest dilemma MLB players face today: beyond a few big games
Elite superstar, veteran free agent no longer sign, or sign with less money than in the past.
The young player is much cheaper and when the player adds "baseball is better" there is a vet at the front desk and he just wins the support of the team
Win Not Financial win.
Even a big pen like Yankee is now just paying for it;
This figure was close to 85% in 2004.
The name of the game is younger and cheaper.
Even if Omar Epps only gives you 60% of the production of Wesley Spears, if his cost is a hundred times, any owner ---sorry, --
I need to weigh it.
Even in the world of movies, poor Roger Donne has gone from a veteran star player who can't wait to be a free agent to a complete joke, he has a plate all season so he can.
The film was ignored for wanting to turn him into a worthless fool, is it just a handy plot loophole?
Or is it a chilling sign of baseball economics?
If only players, fans, and writers read the middle of these two seemingly farce comedies decades ago.
We could have prepared ourselves for the popularity of steroids, the soaring boss greed, and the collapse of the baseball labor market.
When we discuss this, don't even let us know how the child manager from is a few years ahead of the internal shift. . .