The Cleveland Indians — at least those from the “Major League” version of the team — really should stick to the diamond.
Actor Corbin Bernsen, who played third baseman Roger Dorn in the 1989 baseball classic, was in Milwaukee this week to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the film. (Though the movie took place in Cleveland, it was filmed at now-demolished Milwaukee County Stadium.)
Bernsen’s trip included a visit to an American League Hockey game, where he was invited onto the ice during intermission to shoot a few pucks. Everything was going to plan until … well, let’s let the actor explain:
Check out the spill and the aftermath in the video and photo below, as well as a few other shots from Bernsen’s visit.
White marks the spot. Brain tried to leak out. Plugged it up. I did loose some hair though! http://t.co/lI3qymvlrG—
Corbin Bernsen (@corbinbernsen) April 09, 2014
Milwaukee Admirals (@mkeadmirals) April 08, 2014
25 years ago. Home plate County Stadium Milwaukee - ground zero for Major League. Just awesome. http://t.co/GTmEObaIf3—
Corbin Bernsen (@corbinbernsen) April 08, 2014
Hat tip to FOXSports.com