It's a pretty well-known fact that Charlie Sheen loves baseball. In high school he played shortstop and, when "Major League" came out in 1989, he claimed the University of Kansas offered him a scholarship to play D1 ball. Former Dodger catcher Steve Yeager, who acted as a consultant on Sheen's break-out baseball role, told the USA today "Charlie's 23 and could be a pro player if he wanted to."
Sheen is still in rehab and on hiatus from the "Two & A Half Men" set. However, that didn't stop him from showing up at UCLA to step in the batter's box during the team's batting practice. He was accompanied by an entourage of big leaguers, including Coco Crisp, Eric Davis, Brandon Watson and Milton Bradley. After the practice, the notorious adult entertainment star f*cker went all Ricky Vaughn and offered UCLA's baseball team some fine words of wisdom: "Stay off crack. Drink chocolate milk. Have fun." Check out the video at TMZ or after the jump.
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