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Monday, July 15, 2013

Carly Rae Jepson: From Worst Catchy Song to Worst First Pitch

   
   Call Me The Bullpen Maybe?
   Carly Rae Jepsen, whose admittedly catchy song went viral in 2012, is somehow still around well after her 15 minutes expired. And on Sunday she was invited to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before the Rays-Astros game in Tampa.
   Jepsen, 27, toed the rubber like she actually knew what she was doing and then ... released a pitch that confirmed she'd never held a baseball. The "throw" landed about 10 feet in front of her and was so far left that it rolled and bounced and finally doinked off a camera a good 20 feet up the 1st base line.
   It's far from the best first pitch in the history of baseball, and it might just be the worst. Your call ...

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11 comments:

  1. Part of me wants to say Carly did that on purpose.

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    1. If so, she's a marketing genius. Because it worked.

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  2. Worst first pitch ever: it's a tie between this one and the Mayor of Cincy. Baba Booey is a close third.

    Best first pitch ever: It needs no explanation...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqlYKhjvizc

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    1. No Politics for just this one second......

      Best: Bush at Yankee Stadium after 9/11

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  3. She has a nice butt at least!! Lol

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  4. Sorry but when the entire first page of your website is nothing but banners and advertisements you have a problem. Please clean that shit up.

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    1. Yet somehow you navigated smoothly enough to find out how to leave a comment. Thanks.

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  5. This is nothing compared to Babba Booey's first pitch for the Mets a few years ago!

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  6. Funniest version of this song:

    http://youtu.be/lEsPhTbJhuo

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  7. You are a fantastic writer but I learned from your Spieth article that you aren't a golfer. NO ONE who knows the game of golf would refer to a "bunker" shot as a "chip" shot. Sorry to split hairs, but that reminded me one time when Max Morgan called one of Tiger's approach shots a "great hit". :-p

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