Charlie Sheen, "Major League"
If Kevin Costner personifies the baseball purist, Sheen channels the wild card, discovering rehabilitation in the form of the major leagues (and a new eyeglass prescription). Hired onto the Cleveland Indians roster in hopes that he will fail—the club’s owner wants to lose the season and relocate the team—Sheen flubs on the mound early and often with one wild pitch after another. Then his coach realizes that his vision is bad, and with a new pair of glasses, Sheen becomes one of the game’s best pitchers. The sloppy outlaw suddenly transforms into the four-eyed whiz kid, dubbed “Wild Thing” by fans. Sheen’s subversive performance taps into the sport's blue-collar work ethic. Baseball isn’t a rich man’s game; anyone can pick up a ball and a bat and prove himself.