Sixteen films entered the gauntlet and threw down against each other, but now, only two remain. "Field of Dreams" and "Major League" -- two of the favorite heavy-hitters in the bracket -- now square off in the final. While "Field of Dreams" blew away the competition, "Bull Durham" and "A League of Their Own," came within one measly percentage point of unseating "Major League" for a chance to take home the title of Most Valuable (Motion) Picture.
The polls will remain open until 6 p.m. ET on Thursday, May 12, so head over to MLB.com/BleacherFeatures to cast your vote and have your voice heard. One lucky fan, picked at random, will receive a prize package that includes two tickets to the All-Star Game in Los Angeles.
And be sure to check out the previous baseball roundtables that we held earlier this year for a deep dive into baseball cinema classics:
Bleacher Feature Finals:
Field of Dreams vs. Major League
"If you build it, they will come" has become one of the most legendary lines in cinema history -- up there with "I don't think I'm in Kansas anymore," and "Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn." With a story about fathers, sons, and baseball ghosts and its very own picturesque Major League game, it's no surprise that Field of Dreams is playing in the finals.
Can Major League foreclose on the Kinsella's farm? Major League is an all-timer of a comedy, delighting both hardcore baseball fans and people who couldn't care less about sports but just want a good laugh. Starring Charlie Sheen, Wesley Snipes, Rene Russo and, of course, Bob Uecker, this is the rare comedy that continues to convert new fans over 30 years after its release.