Charlie Sheen Hangs With Baseball Superstars & Colin Farrell; Watches 'Major League'
With baseball’s spring training underway, what better way for some current and former baseball stars to get ready for the new season than…. a party at Charlie Sheen’s house.
The rehabbing “Two and a Half Men” star had several superstars of America’s favorite pasttime — along with fellow Hollywood superstar Colin Farrell — over to his home on Friday for a viewing of Charlie’s own baseball classic, “Major League,” Access Hollywood has learned.
Among the ball players who joined Charlie and Colin at the house were former players Lenny Dykstra, Eddie Murray, Todd Zeile and Kenny Lofton, as well as current San Francisco Giants star Brian “The Beard” Wilson.
Charlie played baseball bad boy Ricky “Wild Thing” Vaughn in 1989’s “Major League,” a man who gets out of jail and quickly turns into a major league superstar.
The film also starred Tom Berenger, Corbin Bernsen and Rene Russo.
Earlier this month, in his uncensored interview on “The Dan Patrick Show,” Charlie named the aforementioned Lenny Dykstra and Todd Zeile as guys who often stop by his house to hang out.
”[Dykstra] makes you look boring,” show host Dan Patrick told Charlie of former baseball star — and notorious wild man — Lenny Dykstra.
As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, Charlie is expected to return to the set of “Two and a Half Men” on Feburary 28.
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