Charlie Sheen Wins Over His San Francisco Audience

Bay Area fans expressed approval over the actors goodwill towards injured fan, Bryan Stow...

SAN FRANCISCO (CBSSF) – It seems that Charlie Sheen’s Violent Torpedo Of Truth at the Masonic Auditorium Saturday night turned out not to be dud after all. With much controversy over his previous shows, the actor/comedian was saved due to his kind gesture. Sheen announced that proceeds from his “Winning, Duh?” T-shirts and other merchandise go directly to help Bryan Stow, the fan injured during an attack in Los Angeles after a San Francisco Giants game.

READ MORE: Charlie Sheen To Donate To Beaten Giants Fan Bryan Stow

The moment Sheen walked on stage, sporting a San Francisco Giants Jersey, he completely won audience members. Many walked over and took to the stage, pulled out their wallets and deposited hundreds of dollar bills into a container in benefit and tribute to the fallen San Francisco Giants fan.

At one point during the show, Charlie Sheen announced his plans to revive his hit movie franchise, ‘Major League’ with a new sequel. Plans that include San Francisco Giants Pitcher, Brian Wilson to be a pitching coach for the film. The film and Wilson’s involvement is yet to be officially confirmed.

Nothing else truly came as ‘unexpected’ from the actor’s stage show. His bitterness and opposition towards ‘Two and Half Men’ and Warner Bros was apparent during his performance, but unlike his first show in Detroit, his show here in San Francisco garnered rave reviews.

Some fans even took to Twitter to express their approval of Sheen:

FamilyOfFive10:
@charliesheen Northern California is happy to welcome the Warlock! @charliesheen + San Francisco = #winning

ofelix99:
@charliesheen Great show tonight! It was # WINNING!!!!. Thank U for the fun.. Come back anytime to San Francisco.

In the eyes of his San Francisco fans, Charlie Sheen leaves the city living up to his moniker…”Winning.”

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  1. Romatch says:

    The show was above decent, IMO. The few who spoiled it for the rest clearly attended only to heckle and achieve their 15 minutes of fame were removed, but the tone was pretty much set. His decision to change format and take questions from audience steered him to anectodal stories that you wouldn’t get anywhere else; Sheen and Cage…an experience worth hearing about, but two examples of self-destruction. I’m a “Major League” and Rick Vaughn #99 fan. I was touched that Sheed gave his Giants jersey to the disable young man in the front row. I am interested in located the jersey and new owner. Any suggestions? thank you

  2. Gloria DeAlba says:

    Charlie Sheen’s show was above decent, IMO. The few who spoiled it for the rest clearly attended only to heckle and achieve their 15 minutes of fame were removed, but the tone was pretty much set. His decision to change format and take questions from audience steered him to anecdodal stories that you wouldn’t get anywhere else; Sheen and Cage…an experience worth hearing about, but two examples of self-destruction. I’m a “Major League” and Rick Vaughn #99 fan. I was touched that Sheen gave his Giants jersey to the disabled young man in the front row. I am interested in locating the yound man and the jersey. Any suggestions? Thank you.

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