An update on the real-life Major League tribe and the movie men and women behind them
TOM BERENGER Oscar-nominated actor has appeared in dozens more Hollywood films, including Gettysburg, Training Day and, in 2010, Inception.
CHARLIE SHEEN After a stream of film roles and rehab stints, found success with Spin City and Two and a Half Men, for which he earned four Emmy noms and became TV's highest-paid actor. His tumultuous 2011 was capped by a dispute with Warner Bros. and CBS, which got him fired from TAAHM.
CORBIN BERNSEN Played L.A. Law's Arnie Becker until the show ended in 1994. Now a regular on USA's Psych, he directed 25 Hill, about the All-American Soap Box Derby.
DENNIS HAYSBERT Went on to play President David Palmer on the hit TV series 24 and brought his authoritative baritone to commercials for Allstate Insurance.
WESLEY SNIPES One of the biggest box-office draws of the '90s, he was convicted of tax evasion in 2008 and is serving a three-year stint at McKean Federal Correctional Institution in Pennsylvania, scheduled for a July 2013 release.
CHELCIE ROSS Completed a classic sports movie trifecta with roles in Hoosiers and Rudy. Still works regularly in both film (Drag Me to Hell) and television (AMC's Mad Men).
RENE RUSSO Starred in hits like Tin Cup and the Lethal Weapon franchise before a six-year break from acting. Resumed her career in this summer's Thor.
MARGARET WHITTON Acted for several more years in movies and theater before starting her own production company, Tashtego Films, for which she directed A Bird of the Air, to be released later this year.
JAMES GAMMON Lent his gravelly, tough-as-nails voice to dozens of TV shows (Grey's Anatomy, Nash Bridges) and movies (Wyatt Earp, Cold Mountain) before dying in 2010 from cancer of the adrenal glands and liver.