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February 12, 2011 (2:27 am) GMT
The actor and baseball enthusiast turned up unannounced during the practice of a group of college baseball wannabes in Los Angeles.
Charlie Sheen

Troubled actor hit a home run with a group of college baseball wannabes in Los Angeles on Thursday, February 11 when he turned up unannounced for batting practice with Coco Crisp and Milton Bradley.

The star, who is currently rehabbing after a wild night of partying landed him in hospital with a hernia, impressed students at UCLA with his hitting skills and even agreed to lecture the kids on the dangers of drugs.

According to TMZ.com, the baseball fanatic's rousing speech won over the teenagers, who gave Sheen a standing ovation.

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