When the owner of the Cleveland Indians dies, his new wife (and former "exotic dancer"), Rachel Phelps, takes over and decides to move the team to Miami. The only way she can do that is to make sure no one will attend games, so she collects some of the worst misfits in baseball to ensure a horrible season. With a washed up catcher (Berenger), a pretty boy endorsement hound (Bernsen), an unstable pitcher (Sheen), a definsive dynamo with no bat (Snipes), and a crazy band of other has-beens and flakes, the team seems to be destined to fail. However, the team learns of Phelps' plan and seems to rally together. There is much infighting between the players. Sheen messes around with Bernsen's wife. Berenger threatens Bernsen if he doesn't play hurt. The streotypical redneck doesn't like voodoo in the locker room. But everyone learns to work together. Berenger tries to reconect with his former flame, Rene Russo,who is a former Olympian. Along the way, he learns to accept leadership of his team, and enjoy playing the underdog. In the end, they make the divisional playoffs, everyone is happy, the fans have returned to the Indians, and the team stays in Cleveland. Also, we get to hear the song "Wild Thing" when Charlie Sheen comes out of the bullpin looking like a punk version of Buddy Holly.