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Any knowledgeable baseball fan has seen the 1989 flick Major League. You know, the one with Rick "Wild Thing" Vaughn (played by Charlie Sheen). It's a classic.

Well, there is a scene from that movie which depicts the Cleveland Indians wearing tuxedos for an American Express commercial.

Last week, the Sul Ross State University baseball squad recreated the scene, except they promoted their student ID cards, instead.

The D-III team nailed the spot. The only thing missing was the tuxedos.

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