Charlie Sheen,Corbin Bernsen,and Tom Berengerreunited, almost 34 years after the first ‘Major League’ movie hit theaters, with the three actors hitting up a sports collectors convention in Houston (feels like it should’ve been Cleveland) … where they signed autographs and took pics with a gang of fans.
It’s one of the first times the three stars of the movie have been together since the movies were released decades ago. “Major League” came out in 1989 … and “Major League II” in 1994. There was a third movie, without Sheen and Berenger (Bernsen appeared in the film), but we won’t talk about that.
Sheen portrayed the movie’s most notable character, Ricky “Wild Thing” Vaughn … a flame-throwing pitcher with bad eyesight and questionable control.
Berenger played Jake Taylor … a former All-Star catcher whose body — particularly his knees — broke down from all the innings behind the plate.
Bernsen played Roger Dorn … the team’s prima donna star third baseman.
If you haven’t seen the movie, shame on you … it’s hilarious.
As for the signing — put together by Fiterman Sports — we’re told a bunch of fans went home happy with photos and autographs!