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The phenoms of 2013 2013's rookies and first-year players full of phenoms making a crop that is the best in years, including Yasiel Puig, Evan Gattis, Wil Myers, Gerrit Cole and Hyun-Jin Ryu. /mlb/lists/2013-rookies-first-year-players-phenoms-best-in-years-yasiel-puig-evan-gattis-wil-myers-gerrit-cole-hyun-jin-ryu-061713 http://static.foxsports.com/content/fscom/img/2013/06/07/060613-MLB-Yasiel-Puig-PI-AA_20130607011200341_136_102.JPG
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MLB 49 43 Catching up with 'Major League' stars 29084005 Where are they now? Where+are+they+now%3F MLB

Charlie Sheen's recent trip to the wild side makes his "Wild Thing" character from the 1989 comedy "Major League" look tame. Sequels of the film were released in 1994 and 1998 and Sheen insists that a fourth installment of "Major League" is in the works, but nobody else in Hollywood seems to know anything about it. His recent media blitz got us thinking about what became of the other stars of that classic sports film franchise. See where they are now.
 

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MLB 49 43 Catching up with 'Major League' stars 29083012 Charlie Sheen Charlie+Sheen MLB

Charlie Sheen, now 45, played closer Ricky "Wild Thing" Vaughn in "Major League" and "Major League II" and went on to be the highest paid TV actor in history, raking in $1.2 million per episode for CBS' hit show "Two and a Half Men." Sheen has always had a wild lifestyle and an affinity for porn stars and illegal substances, but he's really gone off the rails recently with well reported out-of-control partying, a series of incomprehensible interviews and a public feud with the producers of his CBS show, resulting in the network and studio pulling the plug on the series indefinitely.

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MLB 49 43 Catching up with 'Major League' stars 29075142 Tom Berenger Tom+Berenger MLB

Berenger, now 61, played veteran catcher Jake Taylor in "Major League" and "Major League II." He has had a long career ranging from a starring role on the soap opera "One Life to Live" to an Oscar nomination and Golden Globe win for his role in Oliver Stone's "Platoon." He had roles in five 2010 films, including the Oscar-nominated thriller "Inception." He has three films coming out this year.

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MLB 49 43 Catching up with 'Major League' stars 29076109 Corbin Bernson Corbin+Bernson MLB

Corbin Bernson, 56, best known for his role on the TV series "L.A. Law," played high-priced prima donna third baseman Roger Dorn in all three installments of the film franchise. He has six films coming out this year and is a frequent TV guest star.

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MLB 49 43 Catching up with 'Major League' stars 29084006 Wesley Snipes Wesley+Snipes MLB

Snipes, 48, played brash but speedy center fielder Willie Mays Hayes in the first film. Although he's had a busy and successful career in films, including the hit "Blade" trilogy, he's now better known for his conviction for tax evasion. On Dec. 9, 2010, Snipes reported to the Federal Correctional Institution McKean near Lewis Run, Penn., to begin his sentence. He's due to be released on July 19, 2013. He wants to make a final "Blade" movie after his incarceration.

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MLB 49 43 Catching up with 'Major League' stars 29076108 Bob Uecker Bob+Uecker MLB

Former major league baseball player Bob Uecker, 76, uttered the most-quoted line from the movie when his character, broadcaster Harry Doyle, declared a pitch to be "Juuuust a bit outside." Uecker, the longtime broadcaster for the Milwaukee Brewers, appeared in all three installments of "Major League." Last spring, he underwent heart surgery and returned to his broadcasting duties in July, but underwent a second procedure in October. He is expected to be back with the team to call games for the 2011 season.

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MLB 49 43 Catching up with 'Major League' stars 29076107 Dennis Haysbert Dennis+Haysbert MLB

Haysbert, 56,  played power hitting outfielder Pedro Cerrano, who practices voodoo to help him hit curve balls, in all three installments of the film franchise. Haysbert went on to play the U.S. president in the FOX's drama series "24" and star in the series "The Unit." Still a busy actor, he's also the spokesman for Allstate Insurance.

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MLB 49 43 Catching up with 'Major League' stars 29080033 James Gammon James+Gammon MLB

The late Gammon played the team's manager Lou Brown, a tire salesman who managed the minor-league Toledo Mud Hens for 30 years. He was in the first two films of the franchise. He broke into showbiz as a cameraman, then went on to play numerous gruff, grizzled characters, often in Westerns. Gammon died last summer at age 70, but worked right up until 2009, when he appeared in three films.

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MLB 49 43 Catching up with 'Major League' stars 29083013 Rene Russo Rene+Russo MLB

Russo, 57, played Lynn Wells, ex-girlfriend of Tom Berenger's character Jake Taylor, in "Major League" and "Major League II." She is a huge Red Sox fan, and often attends games at Fenway Park and road games when the team is playing near her home in California. Although she toook a six-year break from acting and opened a dairy business, she has two films due for release this year. In "Thor" sh eplays the superhero's mother.

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MLB 49 43 Catching up with 'Major League' stars 29084008 Omar Epps Omar+Epps MLB

In "Major League II," Epps, 37, took over the role of Willie Mays Hayes, which was played by Wesley Snipes in the first film. Epps went on to a busy film and TV career, including regular series roles on NBC's long-running hit "ER" and FOX's drama "House, M.D.," along with several movies.

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MLB 49 43 Catching up with 'Major League' stars 29084007 Scott Bakula Scott+Bakula MLB

Bakula was already famous for his series starring role on the drama "Quantum Leap," and a recurring role on "Murphy Brown," when he appeared in "Major League: Back to the Minors" as aging minor league pitcher Gus Cantrell. He's now 56 and stars on the TNT series "Men of a Certain Age," portraying an aging actor.

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