While Charlie Sheen might be best known "for his hard partying and personal relationships with adult film stars, Sheen is an avid baseball fan and portrayed a player in ‘Major League’ (plus the sequel) and ‘Eight Men Out,’” The Hollywood Reporter's Live Feed reports.
So this weekend Sheen gets his dream job, at least for a night. ESPN’s “Baseball Tonight” will feature Sheen as a guest analyst during the show’s live broadcast of the Cincinnati Reds-St. Louis Cardinals game Sunday night, according to the article.
Sheen, 48, was also a star pitcher and shortstop for the Santa Monica High School team. Even though he grew up in California, he’s a Reds fan, due to his father’s roots in Dayton, Ohio.
Charlie Sheen in "Eight Men Out"