During a simple enough “where are they now” article for Sports Illustrated about the 1989 baseball comedy ‘Major League’, Charlie Sheen admitted to doing steroids to play a pitcher with a devastating fastball. Because that’s what fastball pitchers look like. They’re mountains of pure muscle.
“Let’s just say that I was enhancing my performance a little bit. It was the only time I ever did steroids. I did them for like six or eight weeks. You can print this, I don’t give a f-. My fastball went from 79 to like 85.”
Is dipshit even thinking of the right movie? Because in ‘Major League’ he had the upper body of a 7th grader, but he was like 30 pounds heavier when he filmed ‘Hot Shots 2’ four years later. I get the feeling he’s screwing this story up. I get the feeling timelines aren’t exactly his specialty. “We filmed it in 1988. A six-pack cost about a dollar, Clinton had just begun his second term, while down in South America the Kaiser had just rolled his tanks into Poland.”