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Charlie Sheen Offers to Throw First Pitch at World Series
Will "Wild Thing" take the mound in the World Series? Charlie Sheen played Ricky "Wild Thing" Vaughn, a glasses-wearing, hard-throwing pitcher for the Cleveland Indians in the 1989 classic "Major League." Since the real-life Indians advanced to the World Series on Wednesday, fans have been pushing
Sheen's 'Wild Thing' Will Not Make Pitch in World Series
Although actor Charlie Sheen offered to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at this year's World Series as character Ricky "Wild Thing" Vaughn, Major League Baseball said former Indians players will have the honor when the games are in Cleveland
LEADING OFF: Day off for Dodgers, Cubs Before NLCS Game 6
LEADING OFF: Day off in NLCS as Dodgers, Cubs prep for Game 6; "Wild Thing" warming up in bullpen as AL champion Indians await World Series opponent; Mariners, Nationals bring back entire coaching staffs
Cubs Homer Twice in 10-2 Win Over Dodgers; Tie NLCS 2-2
Anthony Rizzo, Addison Russell and the rest of the Chicago Cubs' bats broke out in a big way
Hoboken Restaurant Closed Due to Investigation, Offers Coffee and Food for First Responders
ABC News' Charli James talks to the owner of Hotel Victor Bar & Grill, a restaurant located across the street from the Hoboken train station.
Lifelong Evel Knievel Fan Successfully Pulls Off Legendary Stunt
The stuntman recreated Knievel's failed rocket jump, and successfully pulled it off.
How Having HIV Has Changed Charlie Sheen
Charlie Sheen is hoping some good can come out of his HIV diagnosis. "I guess certain things happen for a reason," Sheen, 50, told People in a recent interview. "And maybe all of the stuff that I've done professionally, to garner such attention and fanfare and whatever else -- good or bad -- was
How 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' Became One of the Best High School Films Ever
Thirty years after it was released in theaters, "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" remains beloved and has found a new generation of fans. The John Hughes classic film starred Matthew Broderick as a teen who skips school and spends the day in downtown Chicago with his girlfriend, played by Mia Sara, and
Whoopi Goldberg, Charlie Sheen Trapped in Elevator in New World Trade Center Movie
ABC News' Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.