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Charlie Sheen Hosts ‘Major League’ Party, No Pete Rose

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Charlie Sheen throws a party, invites baseball greats

Charlie Sheen invited a handful of legendary baseball players to his home for an exclusive get together.

Brian “The Beard” Wilson, Kenny Lofton, Todd Zeile, Eddie Murray, Lenny Dykstra, and others were invited to Sheen’s home to watch ‘Major League,’ a 1989 baseball flick starring Sheen. Pete Rose was supposed to attend but ended up getting hung up somewhere.

The men partied with Charlie Sheen at his home and Charlie shared some of his baseball memorabilia with them. He especially impressed them with his 1927 Babe Ruth World Series ring that he passed around the room and let them try on. (Sheen bought the ring, an amazing piece of history, years ago at an auction.)

No word if any escorts, cocaine or alcohol were present. We’d be willing to be on at least 1 out of the 3 were…heh.

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