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Former San Diego State Aztec and current San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard was on hand at a recent San Diego Padre's game and had the honor of throwing out the first pitch.
Leonard played his college ball at San Diego from 2009-2011 before joining the Spurs. With his rise as one of the better players in the league and helping San Antonio reach its fifth NBA Finals apperance last season, it made sense to have him throw out the first pitch for the Padres.
Check out the photo of him in action.
(photo via Spurs.com)
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Check out Kawhi showing off his pitching arm. Though he barely cleared home plate.
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