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Charlie Sheen is one of the highest paid TV actors--it's Sheen's life off-screen that is a rocky road. The Hollywood bad boy called into the Dan Patrick Show 2/14 , sounding erratic and rough. "I sound like Demi Moore in her 80s," Sheen, 45, joked with the radio host. "What's up with that?"
Hollywood's reigning Wild Thing is ready to return to the pitcher's mound.
Sheen, who is on hiatus from the CBS comedy after his latest round of rehab following a January party at his Beverly Hills home, recently screened the classic first film in the baseball series for a collection of current and former Major League Baseball players, including San Francisco Giants' World Series hero Brian Wilson, Kenny Lofton, Eddie Murray, Len Dykstra and Todd Zeile.
Fellow Hollywood actor Colin Farrell also stopped by the proceedings.
Sheen told TMZ that he would welcome a chance to make a movie entitled Major League 3, even though Major League: Back to the Minors is considered the third film in the franchise.
Sheen, in characteristically blunt fashion, deemed that film "an abortion" and does not think it should be counted with the other movies.
Production on Two and a Half Men is set to resume on February 28.