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The Bad News Bears In Breaking Training is the 1977 sequel to the feature film The Bad News Bears.

This movie picks up the Bears' career a year after their infamous second-place finish in the North Valley League. However, after winning this year, they are left reeling by the departure of Buttermaker as their coach and an injury to goat-turned-hero Timmy Lupus (Quinn Smith). Faced with a chance to play the Houston Toros for a shot at the Japanese champs, they devise a way to get to Texasmarker to play at the famed Astrodomemarker. In the process, Kelly Leak (Jackie Earle Haley) reunites with his estranged father (William Devane), who is ultimately recruited to coach them.

It also stars Chris Barnes, who returns to his role as the foul-mouthed Tanner Boyle, and Jimmy Baio as pitcher Carmen Ronzonni.

This movie is most-famously remembered for the scene in which Coach Leak leads the Astrodome crowd in the chant "Let them play!" when the umpires attempt to call the game prematurely because of time constraints.

Cast

Adults
Mike Leak William Devane Coach of the Bears: Kelly's estranged father, whom he looks up in Houston. He's a good natured, blue-collar working man who agrees to coach the team.
Sy Orlansky Clifton James Local businessman and beer company owner who is sponsoring and promoting the game between the Bears and the local favorite, Houston Toros.
Kids
Ahmad Abdul-Rahim Erin Blunt A Black Muslim who plays center field and adores Hank Aaron.
Jose Agilar Jaime Escobedo Miguel's older brother who plays second base; doesn't speak English.
Miguel Agilar George Gonzales Jose's younger brother who mostly plays right field. He doesn't speak English either; so short that the strike zone is non-existent.
Tanner Boyle Chris Barnes Short-tempered shortstop with a Napoleon complex who continually challenges authority. Refuses to leave the field in Houston after the game was called. Close friends with Timmy Lupus, who could not make the trip.
Mike Engelberg Jeffrey Louis Starr An overweight, out-of-shape boy who plays catcher and loves chocolate.
Jimmy Feldman Brett Marx Fairly quiet third baseman with curly blond hair.
Kelly Leak Jackie Earle Haley Local troublemaker who has matured since the first film. The Bears' leader (and presumably, the oldest) he drives the van that brings the team to Houston. He plays left field.
Timmy Lupus Quinn Smith A shy, bedridden infielder for the team who broke his leg while skateboarding and only appears early on in the film. Thus, he cannot join the team on their trip to Houston. Good friends with Tanner Boyle, who carries the mantra "let's win one for the Looper" during the team's journey.
Alfred Ogilvie Alfred W. Lutter A bookworm who memorizes baseball statistics and acts as the team's scout. He gets information on the team's Houston rival, The Toros, from two girls who know the team. He's mostly a benchwarmer who assists the coach with defensive strategy. A backup outfielder/first baseman.
Carmen Ronzonni Jimmy Baio Flashy starting pitcher from New Yorkmarker who is more talk than action. Brought to the team by friend Kelly Leak, in the hopes of revitalizing the team. With the help of Coach Leak, he finds his own style and shows improvement throughout the film.
Rudi Stein David Pollock Nervous relief pitcher with glasses who is a terrible hitter; mostly benched, he's also a backup outfielder.
Toby Whitewood David Stambaugh An unassuming boy who plays first base.


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