Found May 10, 2013 on
Outside the Boxscore:
We've posted some pretty terrible first pitches at college/professional baseball games but this one from last Tuesday's Stetson/Florida State game is an all-timer.
Watch as John Bledsoe (An executive vice president of insurance services at FHM Insurance Company) attempts to deliver a fastball right down the middle.
As you might figure, the throw was a bit off line and apparently, he used his whole body to make the pitch:
(Courtesy of Bartstool Sports)
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