Major League: Back to the Minors

Other mistake: When Downtown is in the manager's office receiving his punishment (being benched), as he leaves he slams the door on the cinderblock wall. If you look closely, you can see the cinderblock wall sway. (00:26:34)

Other mistake: When the Buzz play the Twins for the first time at the Metrodome in Minnesota, Taka throws the ball from the outfield, into the infield. When he throws, you can see a yellowish, brownish outline around his body which indicates that he is standing in front of a green/blue screen.

Revealing mistake: When Gus is reading "Sporting News" on the bus right before they meet Tanaka, the headline talks about the Buzz moving to third place. The article, however, is about a trade in the major leagues. (00:32:05)

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Trivia: Bob Uecker says Adams could be called for necessary roughness. "Necessary Roughness" was a film Scott Bakula starred in.

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Trivia: Juan Lopez #1 and Juan Lopez #2, while twins in the film, were actually played by identical triplets. Juan Lopez #1 was played by both Tim and Tom DiFilippo while Juan Lopez #2 was played by Ted DiFilippo.

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Trivia: The proper name for a male ballet dancer like Lance Pere would be a "danseur".


Gus Cantrell: You bring Downtown up too early, you might have to send him back down, and that could really hurt the kid.

Harry Doyle: Lance the Dance scores on what appears to be a triple axle thrown in with a salchow.
Boll Weevils Announcer: What's he doing, is that a curtsey?
Harry Doyle: Lance the Dance is entertaining the crowd. He is blowing kisses and curtseying. This must go back to his days as a balladeer.
Boll Weevils Announcer: Oh, he was a singer?
Harry Doyle: Dancer.
Boll Weevils Announcer: Oh.

Harry Doyle: The brothers Lopez steal second and third. Either somebody got their signals crossed or this is starting to look like a baseball team.

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