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Texas A&M Aggies quarterback (and 2012 Heisman Trophy winner) Johnny Manziel was at Petco Park in San Diego on Thursday to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before Thursday night's game against the Washington Nationals.
Manziel wore a Padres cap and a personalized Padres jersey which featured his name and number on the back and a Heisman trophy on the right sleeve. Manziel threw his first pitch like a quarterback, dropping back on the mound and scrambling to his left before throwing a high lob to outfielder Mark Kotsay at home plate, who caught the ball behind his back.
H/T Dr. Saturday.
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Johnny Manziel was in San Diego on Friday night to throw out the first pitch. The Texas A&M quarterback re-enacted his famous broken play touchdown pass against Alabama as he lobbed the ball towards home plate.
As impressive as Manziel was credit is also due to Mark Kotsay who pulled off the behind the back catch. These guys sure made it look easy.
Manziel also took some swings...
The latest installment of "Johnny Manziel's life is just better than yours sees the Heisman-winning Texas A&M quarterback at San Diego's Petco Park, where he threw out the ceremonial first pitch before the San Diego Padres' home game against the Washington Nationals the game. While this may be a once-in-a-lifetime moment for some, this is the second time this...