Major League Trailer & Clips


Major League full movie is released on Apr 07, 1989. Watch Major League online - the English Comedy movie from United States , which has achieved a worldwide gross of $49,797,148. Major League is directed by David S. Ward and created by David S. Ward with Tom Berenger and Charlie Sheen. Major League is available online on fuboTV and Showtime Amazon Channel.

Rachel Phelps is the new owner of the Cleveland Indians baseball team. However, her plans for the team are rather nefarious. She wants to move the team to Miami for the warmer climate and a new stadium. To justify the move, the team has to lose, and lose badly. So she assembles the worst possible team she can. Among these are a past-his-prime catcher with bad knees, a shrewd but past-his-prime pitcher, a young tearaway pitcher (and felon) with a 100 mph fastball but absolutely no control, a third baseman who is too wealthy and precious to dive, a voodoo-loving slugger who can't hit a curve ball and an energetic-but-naive lead off hitter and base-stealer who can't keep the ball on the ground. Against the odds, and after the inevitable initial failures, they iron out some of their faults and start to win, much to Ms Phelps' consternation.

As know as:

Ligas mayores, Выcшая лига, Blåst på bollen, Вища ліга, O Ano Louco dos Índios

Release Date:

Apr 07, 1989

Release Date (Streaming):

Sep 24, 2002


United States


English, Spanish, Japanese

Stream Service:

Paramount Pictures

Production Companies:

Paramount Pictures, Morgan Creek Entertainment, Mirage Enterprises

Gross worldwide:



When these three oddballs try to play hardball, the result is totally screwball., A comedy with bats and balls.


Kevin Thomas
Los Angeles Times
Ward directs his actors as adroitly as he has written for them, and the vulnerability that he allows his three stars to reveal is really what makes the movie work.
by rottentomatoes, May 06, 2014
Dave Kehr
Chicago Tribune
It skims along agreeable surfaces, expertly balancing its comedy with melodrama and fulfilling expectations right on schedule.
by rottentomatoes, May 06, 2014
Elizabeth Maupin
Orlando Sentinel
It has its moments, but it also has long, slow stretches where you feel like standing up and wandering around and maybe going out to hunt up a beer. That's fine for baseball, but it's not the way movies are supposed to work.
by rottentomatoes, Mar 20, 2013

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