Charlie Sheen flew in a number of current and retired professional ball players for a party at his house this weekend.
No, not those kinds of ball players.
TMZ reports that the actor hosted a gathering on Friday night based around a viewing of the 1989 classic Major League. He flew in a number of athletes for the event, including Kenny Lofton, Todd Zeile, Eddie Murray and Lenny Dykstra.
Below, cameras capture Sheen meeting World Series hero Brian Wilson at the airport:
The shindig - dubbed by the star as "The Ultimate VIP Baseball Excursion" - also included Major League writer/director, David S. Ward, along with the presentation of Babe Ruth's 1927 World Series ring, which Sheen apparently purchased at an auction years ago.
Sounds like a fun, harmless time was had by all. Perhaps the screening served a distraction for Sheen from the news that Kacey Jordan may have aborted the baby this pair possibly created together last month.