Then TMZ had to go and do this:
Charlie Sheen says he's ready, willing and TOTALLY DOWN to play Ricky "Wild Thing" Vaughn in another "Major League" sequel...as long as the powers that be will greenlight a script.
Apparently he's "doing everything in his power to get a 'Major League 3' movie on the big screen". That's interesing, because a third installment was made back in 1998. But, according to Sheen, the Scott Bakula opus "Major League: Back to the Minors" is an "abortion" and shouldn't be counted with the rest of the series.
Here's the problem with the "Two and a Half Men" star coming back and making another "Major League" is that, currently, dude is more Steve Howe than Ricky "Wild Thing" Vaughn.
And now, the obvious segue...from "The Ma-Sheen" to "The Machine".
It appears Sheen has taken to hanging out with San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson.
According to TMZ (I know, I know), the unlikely duo got together for a screening of Sheen's 1989 classic "Major League".
And apparently...they weren't alone.
Also on hand...the flick's writer and director Davis S. Ward and baseball players Kenny Lofton, Todd Zeile, Lenny Dykstra and Hall of Famer Eddie Murray.