This week calls for something on the lighter side:
People seem to have trouble laughing this week. World is a weird place right now. This, though, is the perfect medicine. https://t.co/IDgFRdJezP
— Brendan F. Quinn (@BFQuinn) August 17, 2017
And to deliver, there was a heck of a ceremonial first pitch in Boston last night. Here’s something to set the scene:
Wednesday’s ceremonial first pitch at Fenway Park was touching, somewhat painful and humorous all at once.
Cancer survivor Jordan Leandre delivered the pitch to Mike Andrews, a member of the 1967 Impossible Dream Red Sox team that was being honored for its 50th anniversary. Leandre, a huge Red Sox fan, famously ran the bases after delivering a first pitch in 2007. Ten years later, he returned on another Jimmy Fund telethon-fundraiser day.
The pitch on Wednesday, however, missed up and away,
The pitch missed WAY up and away:
— James A. Janosz (@jamesajanosz) August 16, 2017
Ceremonial first pitch to the nuts. pic.twitter.com/UHTd4CGyK4
— Jared Carrabis (@Jared_Carrabis) August 16, 2017
This might be the great first pitch of all time.https://t.co/u0jOjcGjJH
— David (@DocRayok) August 17, 2017
I'm crine ?? pic.twitter.com/F2bnpUjLTS
— Flocka Da Don (@GatorFamilySEC) August 16, 2017
the "oh shit" shrug pic.twitter.com/xXxSVeaamU
— HeavensBarstool (@HeavensHawkeye) August 16, 2017
Yep. Ouch!!! https://t.co/wkZhBGNHg8
— WGEM SportsCenter (@wgemsc) August 17, 2017
— Liam Byrne (@Lbyrne25) August 16, 2017
— brian witham (@witham_brian) August 16, 2017
— Eating In The Hub (@eatinginthehub) August 16, 2017
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