We all know actor Charlie Sheen for his hard-partying ways, but apparently, he’s also a collector of sports memorabilia.
He was recently released as the owner of two of the most coveted pieces of Babe Ruth memorabilia, both which will be sold Friday, reports ESPN.
Apparently, Sheen auctioned off Ruth’s 1927 World Series ring and an original copy of the sale document that sent the MLB legend to the New York Yankess from the Boston Red Sox.
So far, the ring has surpassed $505,000 via auction house Lelands.com, which according to ESPN, will make it the highest-priced sports championship ring ever sold. The sale document — which was the copy owned by Yankees owner Jacob Ruppert — currently sits at more than $345,000. The copy owned by Red Sox owner Harry Frazee sold in 2005 for $996,000.
Head over to the auction site here for more info.