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Major League the Movie: Statistics
Posted: 22 August 2009 11:43 PM   [ Ignore ]

So I’m sitting here watching Major League I: A New Hope for, I dunno, the 600th time (hey, a major milestone) and I’m wondering: What kind of numbers do you think these guys put up in that final season and over the course of their careers?

Pedro Cerrano has to be a Andre Dawson type-player. I never see that guy take a pitch. Big stick, fast, decent defense, but mostly a smack it type of player. And the voodoo. Andre Dawson loves voodoo.

I see Roger Dorn as putting up Mike Lowell-type numbers for his career (era adjusted, of course).

Willie Mays Hayes is a question mark. He could be Chuck Carr, but I see him having more offense. Not a Carlos Beltran by any means.

Harris, the starting pitcher who puts anything on it, reminds me of a David Wells type.

Jake the Catcher, last name escaping me at the moment, would probably put up a decent OBP with a .260 average and 15 HRs or so. What catcher puts up something like that at that age? Varitek with a slightly higher AVG, I’d say. And probably nowhere near as good a peak. Just a long decent career with an all-star season or two in there at 26-28.

Rick Vaughn is probably having a good Lidge or Wagner season by the end there.

Posted: 25 August 2009 02:42 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]

Willie Mays Hayes is a Lofton type.

Posted: 27 August 2009 05:22 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]

Kenny Lofton. Perfect.

Posted: 11 September 2009 07:12 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]

In my neophyte days as a baseball fan in the early to mid-‘90s and having adopted the Kenny Lofton-era Indians as my favourite non-Canadian team, I subsequently saw the first two “Major League” movies and assumed Hayes was a caricature of Lofton.

Posted: 17 September 2009 03:50 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]

Kenny Lofton. Perfect.

Posted: 19 September 2009 07:09 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 5 ]
Sirotka’s game-used Jays jersey - 11 September 2009 07:12 AM

In my neophyte days as a baseball fan in the early to mid-‘90s and having adopted the Kenny Lofton-era Indians as my favourite non-Canadian team, I subsequently saw the first two “Major League” movies and assumed Hayes was a caricature of Lofton.

When I first saw the movie, I thought he was supposed to be Alex Cole.

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Posted: 29 September 2009 03:50 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 6 ]

Kenny Lofton. Perfect. Good.


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