Major League II Soundtrack (

Major League II Soundtrack (1994) cover

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Rating: 5.60/10 from 28000 votes
Tags: sports announcer, baseball manager, cleveland indians
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Major League II

Title in Italiano:

Major League - La rivincita

Title in Português:

Major League II


Last season, the Cleveland Indians won the division title, but they were defeated in the American League championship series (ALCS) by the Chicago White Sox. The success of last season has changed the attitudes of the Indians. Pitching sensation Ricky "Wild Thing" Vaughn is now a yuppie who feels like he's lost his edge on his fastball. Homerun hitter Pedro Cerrano underwent a spiritual conversion, from aggressive voodoo to placid Buddhism, and his batting has declined. Roger Dorn retired and has replaced Rachel Phelps as the owner of the team. Catcher Jake Taylor has also retired to become one of the coaches who work for manager Lou Brown. Willie Mays Hayes is still as fast as ever, but he has added some power to his hitting.

The Indians get off to another slow start, then Roger makes a big move by signing arrogant power hitting catcher Jack Parkman, who is a bully. Also, minor league catcher Rube Baker is called up to the Indians, even though Rube has a throwing problem. The signing of Jack Parkman has put Roger in a financially tough spot, so Roger later trades Jack to the Chicago White Sox, the team that stopped the Indians from going to the World Series last season. In return, the Indians have received left fielder Isuro Tanaka, who is a gifted fielder. Roger then sells the team back to Rachel Phelps, because Roger needs the money. Rachel sees this as an opportunity to get revenge on the Indians for what happened last season, so she tries to find ways to make them have a losing season this time.

When Lou suffers a heart attack, he convinces Jake to take over as the Indians' substitute manager. Jake leads the Indians to their second consecutive division title, and another shot at the ALCS and their opponents are again the Chicago White Sox. This time, the Indians are determined to win, and they'll do whatever it takes to do it.

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Major League II
Wild Thing
Chip Taylor: Writer
X: Performer
Shake Me Up
Little Feat: Performer
Bill Payne: Writer
(Everything I Do) Got to Be Funky
Maurice Vaughn: Performer
Maurice Vaughn: Writer
The House Is Rockin'
All My Love is Gone
Lyle Lovett: Performer
Lyle Lovett: Writer
Arrivederci, Roma
Rude Mood
Boom Bapa Boom
The House Is Rockin'
Stevie Ray Vaughan: Performer

User reviews

Matthew King

The musical cues and cues are well-timed and enhance the pacing of the film, heightening the suspense during crucial moments in the games and emotional scenes involving the characters.

Ronald Phillips

The use of different musical styles and motifs in the soundtrack helps to highlight the personal journeys of the individual characters, such as Ricky Vaughn's internal conflict and Pedro Cerrano's spiritual transformation.

Andrew Taylor

The use of different musical styles within the soundtrack adds variety and keeps the audience engaged. From upbeat and energizing tracks during game sequences to more introspective melodies during character development scenes, the music complements the narrative beautifully.

Daniel Carter

The soundtrack features a mix of energetic, uplifting tracks for the team's victories and more somber, reflective pieces for their defeats, creating a balanced emotional experience for the audience.

George Adams

The incorporation of traditional sports anthems and stadium rock songs in the soundtrack adds an authentic and nostalgic touch to the overall baseball experience depicted in the movie.

Charles Evans

The theme music for the Chicago White Sox adds an antagonistic tone to the film, enhancing the rivalry between the two teams and creating a sense of tension whenever they face off.

Ronald Jones

I appreciate how the soundtrack reflects the evolution of the characters throughout the film, mirroring their personal growth and challenges. The emotional depth conveyed through the music adds another layer of complexity to the storyline.

Elizabeth Jones

The soundtrack of Major League II perfectly captures the ups and downs of the Cleveland Indians' season, reflecting the team's struggles and triumphs in a compelling way.

Joshua Rodriguez

The musical score of Major League II expertly complements the character development and plot twists of the movie. From the upbeat and motivational tunes during the Indians' comeback moments to the somber melodies during their setbacks, the soundtrack adds depth and intensity to the overall viewing experience. It truly elevates the film to a whole new level, making it a memorable and immersive cinematic journey.

Betty Hall

Overall, the soundtrack of Major League II effectively complements the storytelling and performances in the film, contributing to a more immersive and engaging viewing experience for the audience.

Emily Evans

The musical score effectively conveys the tension and excitement of the baseball games, adding a dynamic element to the on-screen action.

Laura Gonzalez

The soundtrack of Major League II perfectly captures the ups and downs of the Cleveland Indians' journey to redemption. Each track immerses you in the emotional rollercoaster of the team's struggles and triumphs, enhancing the storytelling and keeping you engaged throughout the film.

Thomas Anderson

The soundtrack of Major League II perfectly captures the intensity and drama of the baseball games depicted in the movie. The music enhances the tension during crucial moments, making the audience feel fully immersed in the action.