Sheen: Mitch Williams, that f------ guy never gave me credit. Come on, dude; you're coming out to the Wild Thing song... . You changed your number... . Can I get a little nod? I have to tell you, though, Major League became my all-access backstage pass to baseball. Guys like Joe Morgan and Eric Davis would tell me they carried one movie with them on planes—Major League. And I'm like, "Guys, you gotta get bored with it after a while!"
Ward: The movie holds up because it captures the fun of the game and the characters who have peopled it over the years. There's also the underdog thing. These are guys nobody wanted, that nobody cared about. A lot of people feel that way and relate to these guys.
Chesser: It touched this nerve about the perennial loser who wins. It's a formula that's hard to f--- up. Every once in a while someone will quote a line to me that I don't remember. Just the other night I heard on SportsCenter: "Juuust a bit outside."
Uecker: People say that line to me all the time. I was broadcasting a game in San Francisco recently, and the Giants were watching Major League in the clubhouse. And they were laughing their asses off.
Bernsen: A couple years after Major League I saw Wesley. I said, "Hey, man, they're gonna make Major League II!" And he was like, "You're gonna do that?" And I thought, Wow, how quickly they forget. He'd become Wesley Snipes. That rubbed me the wrong way.
Ward: I didn't write Major League II. I decided to direct it at the last minute because I couldn't see someone else taking my characters. But it's not as good as the first one. It tried too hard to be funny. The third one [Major League: Back to the Minors] is a complete mystery to me. I don't even consider that a Major League movie.
Major League II was good. I was in it more. The third Major League was bad. I should have never done that. It was terrible.
Ward: I've written a new Major League sequel. It's more than 20 years later, and Wild Thing is out of baseball. It's about him coming back.
Uecker: David called me last year and asked if I'd be in it. Yeah, I'd do it. Why not?
Haysbert: I'd definitely be open to it.