Charlie Sheen isn’t saying the Cleveland Indians lost to the Chicago Cubs in the World Series because he wasn’t allowed to throw out a ceremonial first pitch during the Fall Classic.
Major League Baseball said “Thanks but no thanks” — in a manner of speaking — to Charlie Sheen’s offer to throw out a ceremonial first pitch during a Cleveland Indians-h
Charlie Sheen obviously has cultivated a controversial, scandalous and outrageous image, especially in recent years.
As he is wont to do from time to time, Charlie Sheen emerged on social media on Monday to articulate some random thoughts or dispense an unhinged opinion on some relatively newsworthy topic.
This just in: that Charlie Sheen guy? Yeah, he’s still behaving like that unhinged version of Charlie Sheen we all know and love.
In one fell swoop, Dallas Mavericks forward Dirk Nowitzki might have mercifully put the kibosh on Charlie Sheen’s reign of terror with this commercial promoting the team’s Bobblehead Nigh
Taken from a column by Yahoo!’s Jeff Passan about the brilliant and always-eloquent Chicago White Sox manager (via Hardball Talk):
“I’m the Charlie Sheen of baseball,” Guillen said, “wi
Man, just watching this video of Charlie Sheen hitting a home run at Dodger Stadium makes me want to take the chance and shoot up some Charlie Sheen smack or snort up some Charlie Sheen blow.