His "No Crack" pep talk to the UCLA baseball team, among other things...
Likely one of the crazier half hours in recent sports talk radio memory, Charlie Sheen rambled his way through a million different topics with the Dan Patrick radio show.
Starting with his recent pep talk to the UCLA baseball team:
"I said, 'Stay away from the crack which I think is good advice unless you can manage it socially, Dan'
If you can manage it socially then go for it but not a lot of people can."
"We've been hitting there for years. Made a nice donation to the team years ago and they said, 'Anytime,' and I took them up on it. I'm a self taught left handed hitter but not until I was an adult.
"Like 10 grand to cover new uniforms or bats or something they just seemed like everybody was focusing on football and baseball's always like, 'Ah, you guys can use all that old gear.'"
Sheen also said he's never met Mitch Williams who got his "Wild Thing" nickname from Sheen's character in the movie, "Major League."
"I was in the tunnel at Game 6 thinking that I'm going to meet this guy and suddenly it wasn't a good idea. Call me crazy. Sorry, I'm such an ass. But, no, I would love to meet him and just hang out."
Sheen apparently has a thing for memorabilia and knew that his spending was perhaps out of control when he opened his sock drawer and Ted Williams' '41 road jersey was in it.
"I paid 100 grand for it. I believe it went at auction 15 years ago for 200, 250 (thousand dollars.) I don't know what it's worth.
I still have the Ruth ring and the Ruth contract."
Asked if they're in safety deposit boxes.
"Yes. Can't remember the bank but we'll find them."
On how he met current friend(?) Todd Zeile:
"In the tunnel at Dodger Stadium, half in the bag, trying to get to my seat being led by a security guy, and now I'm like lost. Now we're in the catacombs of Chavez. And there's a player down at the very end and I'm coming up on him and I'm like, 'That's Todd Zeile.' He's in the hall so he's third up and he's warming up. So I walk right up to him, shake his hand, and I'm like, 'Hey, Todd.' And he's like, 'Hey, Charlie. Nice to meet you.'
I then walk to the concession stand which is like, I don't know, 30 feet away, I step up, I look up at the television. He steps into the box. Keep in mind, he's still got a full blast of magic in his hand from me. First pitch swinging because he's freezing. Gets a cookie or some stinker that stays flat and just crushes it like back of the bullpen and just thought that can never happen again. So at the risk of sounding like, whatever, he and I are cosmically bonded forever.
The last thing he touched before he touched that ball was my magic hand."
And, finally, who he wants to do the "big network interview" with him:
"I want Nick Swisher to interview me in the Yankee dugout for the big interview. There, I put it out.
It would be epic."
Too late. It just happened. You can go to Dan Patrick's website for the full interview.