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Tom Brady Should Stick To Throwing Footballs

It was bad, but was it the worst?
Tom Brady Should Stick To Throwing Footballs

Tom Brady is a four-time Super Bowl winning QB and has a lot going for him off the field. Brady rose up from an underdog to become one of the greatest QB’s of all time. He is married to supermodel Gisele Bundchen. He is not afraid to do adventurous things like jump off cliffs, and even has a sense of humor. Brady recently proved that he is not perfect in every aspect of his life, when he threw out the first pitch at Fenway Park prior to Boston’s home opener.

Brady should probably stick to throwing footballs.

50 Cent practically took over the internet when he misfired—to say the least—when throwing the opening pitch at the Pittsburgh Pirates-New York Mets game at Citi Field last year.

Previously and almost universally accepted as the worst opening pitch of all-time, before 50's errant throw, Howard Sternproducer Gary Dell'Abate let go this gem at the Met's old Shea Stadium in May 2009.

Did anyone forget Washington Wizards star John Wall's horrible toss at an Orioles-Nationals game in June 2011? Is it worse to blow by the catcher by a mile, or hammer a pitch into the dirt?

Between Mariah Carey's high heels, short-shorts, and electric pink jacket, she had already scored all her points before she reeled back and fired this beauty back in 2008 at a game in Tokyo, Japan.

When a T-Rex spit out this ceremonial first pitch at a Chicago White Sox game, did he beat 50's throw?

There are people around the world who would agree that nine-time Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis is one of the greatest athletes ever. He still can't throw, though, as evidenced in this 2003 debacle at Seattle's Safeco Field.


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