Twenty-seven years ago, a rag-tag group of ballplayers came together to bring the Cleveland Indians an unexpected division title, revitalizing the franchise and preventing them from relocating to Miami. In 2016, the hit movie “Major League” is playing itself out in real life.

This year’s Indians finished 28th in attendance and lost two starters and their catcher due to injury, but still pulled together to win a division title, then cruised through the playoffs and grabbed their first American League pennant in 19 years in front of raucous sell-out crowds at Progressive Field.

While Terry Francona’s a proven commodity as manager, unlike Lou Brown, the 2016 Indians echo their fictional brethren in many other ways. In 2015 the Indians finished 81-80, making this year’s run even more unlikely; both groups started their seasons slow, with this year’s team finishing April under .500; and spare parts on the roster were filled in by several veterans on cheap deals who proved they still had something left in the tank. Although not every player on the current roster has a fictional doppelganger, many of them do, and we tried to find them ahead of the Tribe’s return to the World Series. Here’s a look at which members of the 2016 Indians would play the “Major League” crew.

Rick “Wild Thing” Vaughn – Andrew Miller

The left-handed Miller may not wear glasses, but both he and Charlie Sheen’s iconic character took bizarre, winding routes to stardom in Cleveland. Vaughn, who threw an Aroldis Chapman-esque fastball with zero control, was discovered after he left jail while the Indians were searching for cheap pitching; he eventually became the team’s beloved ace and famously shut down the Yankees in the ninth inning of a one-game playoff en route to the division title.