VIDEO: Charlie Sheen's 2012 first pitch in San Diego

VIDEO: Charlie Sheen's 2012 first pitch in San Diego

DOWNTOWN CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Throughout the World Series, the Internet has been trying to will Major League Baseball into letting Charlie Sheen throw a ceremonial first pitch in Cleveland.

The notion garnered some momentum online but ultimately Indians greats have been throwing out first pitches before World Series games in Ohio.

The result? A roller coaster of emotions.

But Wednesday morning, hours before Game 7, Sheen tweeted once more.

Will Sheen make a surprise appearance in Cleveland on Wednesday? It's anybody's guess. At the time of publication, it was unclear who would be throwing out Game 7's ceremonial first pitch.

This all of course stems from Sheen's role as Ricky Vaughn in the Major League movies, which focus on a fictional and lovably flawed version of the Tribe.

Sheen is no stranger to first pitches, and wore Vaughn's No. 99 when he did it in San Diego in 2012.

Sheen's got a pretty good arm. According to IMDB's Major League trivia page:

'Charlie Sheen' was a high school pitcher who was offered a baseball scholarship to the University of Kansas. In the movie he threw a 101mph fastball, but in reality Sheen could throw in the high 80s. This made it easier to simulate the fastball on film.

He's also expressed he'd be "honored" if given the opportunity to throw a ceremonial first pitch during the World Series.

The Cubs and Indians are slated to face off at 8 p.m. EST.


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