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Here’s A Victim Of The Boston Marathon Bombing Throwing Out The First Pitch For The Red Sox, From His Wheelchair
The Boston Red Sox continued to honor the victims of the Boston Marathon, bombing, last night. Ron Brassard was standing 10 feet away from the bomb and was struck in the leg. He threw out a ceremonial first pitch for the Sox yesterday, from his wheelchair. The mother of Krystle Campbell, a 29-year-old who died in the bombing, threw one out, too. Sports don’t suck.
After winning the NBA championship earlier this year, Dirk Nowitzki threw out the first pitch at a Texas Rangers game. Now that they’re in the World Series for the second straight year, the Rangers were interested in Nowitzki reprising that role. But he won’t. Why not?
We’ve been paying a lot more attention to ceremonial pitches lately than we ever imagined ourselves doing…after the jump, you’ll see why we liked this one.
Dirk Nowitzki is apparently of the John Wall school of first pitching. Meaning he throws really poor first pitches.