The Tribe Framed Print is inspired by "Major League,'' one of the most beloved baseball movies of all time, is now available as a fine art print. The slightly raunchy tale of lovable losers, who take the Cleveland Indians from the cellar to AL East champions, is still a hit with Indians fans and sports fans all over the world. Eight of the comedy's human characters are depicted, along with Jobu, the voodoo doll worshiped by slugger Pedro Cerrano (Dennis Haysbert.) From left to right, they are: pitcher Eddie Harris (Chelcie Ross), base-stealer and center-fielder Willie Mays Hayes (Wesley Snipes), catcher Jake Taylor (Tom Berenger), manager Lou Brown (James Gammon), pitcher Ricky "Wild Thing'' Vaughn (Charlie Sheen), right-fielder and power-hitter Cerrano, third-baseman Roger Dorn (Corbin Bernsen), Jobu, and showgirl-turned-team owner Rachel Phelps (Margaret Whitton.) On the wall behind the players are other movie highlights, including: play-by-play announcer Harry Doyle (Bob Uecker) with his sidekick Monte (Skip Griparis), the group of (sometimes) enthusiastic fans who wore Indian headdress and played the drums, team mascot Chief Wahoo, and in the middle, Cleveland Municipal Stadium, the team's home for 61 years. This David Okeefe Art Work features:
- A tribute to the movie "Major League"
- Giclee uses pigment-based and archival inks
- Printed on high quality paper
- High quality reproduction of this amazing original art
- Framed Art
- Available Sizes: 16" x 12", 20" x 16", 22" x 28", 36" x 28" and 48" x 38"