Charlie Sheen Set To Make A Fortune Selling Babe Ruth’s World Series Ring And Contract
For the last 20 years, Charlie Sheen has owned two of the most coveted pieces of Babe Ruth memorabilia. Babe Ruth’s 1927 World Series ring and the original contract of the agreement to send the all-time slugger from the Boston Red Sox to the New York Yankees have been displayed in a bar area of Ricky Vaughn’s house that he named after Ruth. Sheen purchased the monumental memorabilia in the early 1990s, and now you can buy the ring and the contract.
You have until Friday to purchase both pieces of baseball history but you’ll have to scape up some major coin to get your hands on them. The memorabilia is for sale on Lelands where bidding for the World Series ring is over $600,000 and the contract is nearing $400,000. Sheen said he doesn’t remember what he paid for the legendary items, but he said he will certainly come away with a profit. “I’ve enjoyed these incredible items for more than two decades and the time has come,” said Sheen. “Whatever price it brings is gravy.” Sheen calls the World Series ring “the greatest thing you can own from the greatest player in the greatest year.”