After the Indians clinched their spot in the Fall Classic, a wave of fans took to social media proposing that “Major League” actor Charlie Sheen reprise his role of Ricky “Wild Thing” Vaughn to throw out the ceremonial first pitch. Some hoped Sheen would even don the skull-and-crossbones-adorned black-rimmed spectacles, the No. 99 jersey and the jagged haircut the Vaughn character made infamous when he trotted in from the bullpen with the Troggs hit song “Wild Thing" blaring when the movie was released in 1989.
Sheen heard about the buzz and tweeted that his arm was ready if needed. “Major League continues to be the gift that keeps on giving. If called upon, I’d be honored,” he wrote with a photo of himself as Vaughn from the movie.
But the Indians are keeping the wild one in the bullpen. A spokesman for
By virtue of the American League’s 4-2 victory in the
Sheen has long been a baseball fan and attended Game 4 of the