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Charlie Sheen Finds More Wholesome Way to Have Fun, Spend Money

Sheen flies in baseball greats to watch "Major League"

The new, "100 percent" sober Charlie Sheen has found a more wholesome way to have a little fun -- and spend a little money. 

The "Two and a Half Men" told TMZ he flew baseball stars past and present to his home to watch his 1989 hit, "Major League."

Sheen told the site he flew in San Francisco Giants pitcher Brian Wilson on his jet from Arizona to Los Angeles, and also brought in Kenny Lofton, Todd Zeile, Eddie Murray, Lenny Dykstra. Pete Rose was supposed to be there but couldn't make it, the site said.

Sheen also brought in the movie's writer and director, David S. Ward, to give an introduction in his private theater. And he let some of the players try on Babe Ruth's 1927 World Series ring, which he bought at an auction more than a decade ago.

He called the get-together "the ultimate VIP baseball excursion" and joked that he's "married... to baseball."

The all-American get together comes just under a month after another party at Sheen's house, a bender that ended with Sheen in the hospital for what his rep said were abdominal pains. TMZ reported that that party included vodka, a briefcase full of cocaine, and porn actress Kacey Jordan.

Sheen's rep didn't respond to a request for comment Monday.