Mr. 3000 – Edited
Seven years ago, a vain and jaded baseball star (Bernie Mac) retired from the sport as soon as achieving his 3,000th base hit, and his place within the select group who have achieved that distinction. Now, however, after three of those hits during his time with the Milwaukee Brewers have been disqualified, the Hall of Famer returns to the game, playing once again for the Brewers, to play a few more games and get back to the 3,000 mark, but along the way, he discovers that the experience renews his love for the sport, reminding him what it was like to be a young boy obsessed with the game, as he finds himself imparting some of this knowledge to a young rookie he mentors.
This was a funny movie. After being put into the baseball hall of fame, Bernie Mac finds out that he is three home runs short of his 3000th run. In order to save his title, Bernie Mac goes back into the big leagues as the oldest man on the team. Everyone doubts him at first and he even starts to doubt himself. But once he regains his love for the game he becomes Mr. 3000 again.