Charlie Sheen makes YES history
During Friday’s CenterStage, host Michael Kay asked Sheen about everything from marital failures to his role in the movie Major League. For every question, Sheen seemed to have an entertaining response.
“They tell us as kids, ‘Well, at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.’ Well what if at first you succeed? What do you, where do you go? Right?” Sheen said after reaching success at age 22.
The actor even shared his great lengths of attempting to own a piece of game-played memorabilia.
“April ’96, it was in Anaheim. I bought the whole section, like, sixty-four hundred seats and sat there with three buddies. Four balls hit the wall that night. I’ve never had one.”
In case you missed Sheen’s appearance on CenterStage, the show will re-air on Wednesday, July 11, at 10 p.m. on YES.
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