The Cleveland Indians and Chicago Cubs are set for a winner-take-all Game 7 on Wednesday night, and like he has been all series, Rick "Wild Thing" Vaughn is ready for action.
Last week, Charlie Sheen showed his support for the Indians by reprising his role as the hard-throwing right-hander from Major League. As the World Series has gone on, the actor has continued to relive his Wild Thing days.
When Cleveland made the Fall Classic, the internet hoped Wild Thing would get a chance to throw out a first pitch—and Sheen (who is a Cincinnati Reds fan) was fully on board.
Unfortunately for him and fans everywhere, it never happened. As you could imagine, he's a little bummed out:
However, that doesn't mean he's changed sides. Sheen is sticking by the team:
According to TMZ, a Cleveland-based company will be flying Sheen in for the game. Per the report, the actor will be sitting just a few rows behind the Indians dugout.
With Jobu on their side, the Indians have to be liking their odds in Game 7. And should they need Vaughn, you know Sheen would be up for the task.