Sport WATCH: Former NFLer with candidate for worst first pitch in history

01:10  11 may  2018
01:10  11 may  2018 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Akbar Gbaja-Biamila might have been a standout player at San Diego State. The former NFL defensive end also played parts of four seasons in the NFL and is a solid host on the NFL Network.

But none of this means that he can actually throw a baseball.

Check out Gbaja-Biamila’s attempt to throw out a first pitch prior to the Philadelphia Phillies game against the San Francisco Giants on Thursday. It might be the worst first pitch in the history of first pitches.

We’re not kidding.

The look on Phillie Phanatic’s face pretty much says it all.

We’re just glad that the ball didn’t hit that poor cameraman a little bit more to his right. That could have been all sorts of unfortunate. As it is, this is definitely a candidate for one of the worst first pitches in baseball history.

For now, Gbaja-Biamila should probably stick to analyzing football. At the very least, he should practice with a wiffle ball before attempting this again.

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