50 Cent Throws Out One of the Worst First Pitches of All-Time

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What do you get when you mix former MLB submarine pitcher Chad Bradford and the kid that use to play right field on your little league team? The answer – 50 Cent’s first pitch.

Doing no justice to his street credibility, 50 Cent threw out the first pitch at Citi Field at last night’s Pirates vs. Mets game. All we can say is – Curtis Jackson probably wasn’t the kid you were picking to be on your baseball team when you were little.  The evidence speaks for itself:

What can we say? It’s not pretty. USA Today coined it perfectly – it was probably intentional. After all, if he threw a perfect strike no one would have known he was throwing out the first pitch. A bad first pitch gets you on Sportscenter. Yes, you will see this again.

Secondly, doesn’t 5o rock Yankees hats all day every day? What’s up with the Mets jersey dude?

Image via USA TODAY Sports Images


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