Topps to Produce Baseball Cards for ‘Major League’ Characters to Celebrate 25th Anniversary of Movie (Photos)

Jake Taylor is finally getting the respect he deserves.

Taylor, along with the other fictional members of the Cleveland Indians squad portrayed in the 1989 classic Major League, will be getting their very own set of baseball cards to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the movie. Topps has announced it will print editions of the collectibles as part of its 2014 Topps Archive set, which will include other players and designs from the past.

Tom Berenger, who played Taylor, and Corbin Bernsen, who played Roger Dorn, have already agreed to the idea, and their respective cards have been drawn up, according to Beckett’s Chris Olds. As for the unforgettable Ricky “Wild Thing” Vaughn being immortalized forever, Charlie Sheen has not yet agreed to anything.

Check out some the cast of Major League becoming true major leaguers in the photo below.


Photo via Twitter/@MLBFanCave

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