Making no secret that 2016 will be a rebuilding campaign, the Milwaukee Brewers will begin the season April 4 with a team composed of unknown youngsters, unproven prospects, stopgap veterans, a star player who wants to be traded, a third baseman who can’t field a lick, and Bob Uecker in the booth adding a dash of sardonic humor to it all. To celebrate the start of what could be a long year of Brewers baseball, we’ve partnered with Avalon Atmospheric Theater & Lounge to screen a beloved sports comedy about another team composed of unknown youngsters, unproven prospects, stopgap veterans, a star player who wants to be traded, a third baseman who can’t field a lick, and Bob Uecker in the booth adding a dash of sardonic humor to it all.

That’s right! On Sunday, April 3 (or Opening Day Eve, if you will), Milwaukee Record will host a special screening of Major League at the Bay View theater. This is a rare opportunity to see the crass 1989 classic baseball flick that features Charlie Sheen, Wesley Snipes, Tom Berenger, Corbin Bernsen, Rene Russo, former Brewers pitcher Pete Vuckovich, Milwaukee County Stadium, and none other than Mr. Baseball himself in a theater setting. Tickets to the 10 p.m. screening cost $6. Seating is limited. Don’t wind up juuuuust a bit outside the theater without a ticket.