Baseball fans went to the movies last weekend and made "Major League" the No. 1 box office hit in the nation in its first week of release.

"The Dream Team," another new film, was No. 2. Two other new releases made the top 10 as well, "Cyborg," which is not yet playing in Salt Lake theaters, came in at No. 4, and "Dead Calm" was No. 6.Here's the latest national "top 10" countdown, according to the show business trade papers:

Here's the latest national "top 10" countdown, according to the show business trade papers:

1. MAJOR LEAGUE, $9 million (first week).

2. The Dream Team, $5 1/2 million (first week).

3. Rain Man, $4 million ($148 1/2 million, 17 weeks).

4. Cyborg, $3 million (first week).

5. Fletch Lives, $2 1/2 million ($27 million, four weeks).

6. Dead Calm, $2 1/2 million (first week).

7. The Rescuers, $1 1/2 million ($16 million, four weeks).

8. Lean On Me, $1 1/2 million ($26 million, six weeks).

9. Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, $1 1/2 million ($33 1/2 million, eight weeks).

10. Dangerous Liaisons, $1 million ($29 million, 16 weeks).