Charlie Sheen Ruptures Ulnar Nerve While Filming “Major League” Sequel

“Winning” actor Charlie Sheen ruptured his ulnar nerve during batting practice on the set of the “Major League” movie sequel.  The injury was so severe that Sheen is unable to grip the bat and must watch the action from the stands.  The accident occurred in Phoenix at Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks.

This is another blow to the comeback of the former star of the hit TV show “Two and Half Men.”  It’s a personal setback as well for the huge baseball fan.  Sheen told, baseball is “not just a hobby, it’s a religion.  All I watch is MLB.  I don’t care what’s going on in the friggin’ world.  This is what’s going on in the world.  Baseball is all that matters.”

Story at Daily Mail

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