Major League II

Revealing mistake: Signs for Baltimore based businesses are clearly visible in the stands, such as "Sheraton Inner Harbour" and various Baltimore banks.

Revealing mistake: Before the fight breaks out in the dugout, Willy Mays Hayes makes a comment to Rick Vaughn, causing him to tackle Hayes from behind. If you notice just before he tackles him, Hayes shoulders stiffen up, preparing to be hit.

Revealing mistake: In all the baseball scenes the stands are filled mostly with cardboard cut-outs of people, with a few real people mixed in.

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Quotes

Jake Taylor: Rube, you look at Playboy all the time, don't you?
Rube Baker: I don't just look at it. I read the articles.
Jake Taylor: Sure you do.
Rube Baker: I do. I especially like it when they mention the girls' interests, like Betsy loves surfing.
Jake Taylor: You even memorize them?
Rube Baker: Yep. I guess I do.
Jake Taylor: Bingo.

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Mistakes

Signs for Baltimore based businesses are clearly visible in the stands, such as "Sheraton Inner Harbour" and various Baltimore banks.

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Trivia

The line the biker chick says in the beginning, "Say it ain't so, Rick" (after being disappointed in Wild Thing's clean cut look and using the word, cute), is from the legend of a kid saying "Say it ain't so, Joe" to Shoeless Joe Jackson when the White Sox were accused of throwing the World Series. Joe Jackson also played for the Indians before the White Sox.

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