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Third Outing Is More of the Same
on April 21, 2014
While this third outing in the "Major League" franchise treads the same ground as the previous two films, it still manages to gather some laughs. An improvement over "Major League II," this threequel moves from the MLB to the AAA baseball. Scott Bakula headlines as Gus Cantrell, a minor league pitcher asked to coach the fictitious Charlotte Buzz, the Minnesota Twins' AAA farm team. The Twins are now owned by former Cleveland Indian Roger Dorn (Corbin Bernsen) who thinks Cantrell is the perfect formula for the ragtag team. Bringing back some players from previous entries, Cantrell finds himself more at war with the Twins' manager (Ted McGinley) which leads to the two teams squaring off in the ever-so-cliched "big game." The characters are likable enough but the only real laughs come from Bob Uecker's hilarious commentator, Harry Doyle.