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Genki Sudo's robot dancing J-Pop band, WORLD ORDER threw out a first pitch, and it was fantastic, as is to be expected
Remember when Bob Costas asked for a redo on a first pitch?
Yesterday, the Round Mound of Rebound Charles Barkley threw out the ceremonial first pitch at Wrigley Field before a Cubs-Reds game.
Bulls center Joakim Noah was at Comiskey Park earlier this week to throw out of the ceremonial first pitch.
Joakim Noah got two chances to throw out a first pitch which is as stupid as it sounds.
An Astros fan was asked to throw out the first pitch. It didn't go well. It didn't go well at all.
WWE Hall of Famer Booker T threw a great first pitch for the Astros last night, before Orbit showed him a proper spinaroonie.
This Japanese martial arts star gives everyone a show of skill before throwing out the first pitch. Most impressive.
Pearl Jam frontman and Cubs superfan Eddie Vedder took in the whole experience at Wrigley with his entire family to honor his uncle.
On Sunday, Agnes McKee will become the oldest person to ever throw out a first pitch for the Padres at the ripe, young age of 105.
This first pitch out of Taiwan will keep you guessing until the ball calmly plops in front of home plate.
The Royals made a kid's year when they let him throw the first pitch to a catcher who turned out to be his dad back from deployment.
50 Cent decided to address his critics before he signed his contract with the New York Mets.
A dinosaur threw out the first pitch at a Padres game. Yes, a dinosaur. No, I don't know where a dinosaur learned how to pitch.
We've covered a lot of first pitch videos at With Leather, from the good (Bill Nye, a man with no arms, the robot who pitches via satellite for sick kids) to the spectacularly bad (Carly Rae Jepsen, Tiffany Hwang from [...].
Japanese people love baseball.
Soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo stopped by Dodgers Stadium last night to throw out the ceremonial first pitch and rub elbows with Yasiel Puig and, for some strange reason, Samuel L.
This is Milwaukee Brewers bench coach Jerry Narron's 2-year old grandson throwing out the first pitch before Monday's 1-0 win against the Miami Marlins.