The Benchwarmers is filled to the brim with incredibly cheap humor. There are jokes about piss, poop, vomit, spit, farts, gays, lesbians, and midgets. There are scenes where stuff that shouldn't be eaten gets eaten, bad things happen to cute animals, mean kids get hit by baseballs, and random stuff gets destroyed. There's even a confused old man. However, I have to admit that I laughed at some of this stuff. I think there's a small part of every guy who will always enjoy when a jerk gets hit by a flung baseball bat.
Also, some of the supporting cast members provide intentionally and unintentionally funny moments. Jon Lovitz works with what he has and gets some laughs. There was one scene where he gets a laugh simply out of pausing and looking back at another character. Amaury Nolasco of the hit FOX drama Prison Break gets the unfortunate task of playing a little-league ringer from the Dominican Republic. He spends most of his time onscreen drinking beer and tequila and drunkenly pining for an unseen woman named "Maria." This stereotypical portrayal is really unfunny yet it almost becomes sort of funny because it's so terrible.
The Benchwarmers is not a good movie and it's kind of sad because it could've been one. I would have loved to have seen this premise in the hands of the "Frat Pack" (Ben Stiller, Jack Black, Vince Vaughn, Will Ferrell and etc.). That being said, this movie isn't really as bad as it could've been, either. Fortunately, it moves rather quickly (the credits seem to imply that there will be a ton of deleted scenes on the eventual DVD) and there are some laughs to be found. However, I think this is a movie that's probably best seen after a night of partying when you're still drunk enough to think everything is funny.