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Carly Rae Jepsen Throws Dismal First Pitch at Rays Game

by Photo of Chelsea Perrotty

The singer throws, quite honestly, the worst first pitch the MLB has ever seen.

Don't expect the MLB to be calling you any time soon, Carly Rae Jepsen. The singer threw out the first pitch at the Tampa Bay Rays baseball game on Sunday night, July 14, and it was pretty embarrassing. 

One piece of advice for Jepsen: definitely stick to singing. The singer, to her credit, was a really good sport about it, laughing as her pitch careened off towards first base instead of home plate. 

You can watch the video above and see the ball fling wildly into the wrong direction. It's truly comical how bad the pitch is. Jepsen looks as if she was taught how to throw a baseball five minutes before it happened.

The award for "Worst Ever First Pitch at a Ballgame" was previously held by "Baba Booey" who threw a pitch that careened off and hit the umpire. However, Jepsen has definitely taken over the title. At least Baba Booey's pitch was airborne long enough to hit something.

Upon watching, it seems she held on to the baseball a little longer than she should have, which is why it was only airborne for a mere eight or so feet. 

I'd recommend Carly Rae Jepsen sticks to "throwing a wish in a well" and not throwing any real, physical, object lest she seriously hurts anyone in the surrounding area.

Carly Rae Jepsen Throws Dismal First Pitch at Rays Game

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