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105 Year Old Woman Throws Out A Great First Pitch [Video]

Agnes McKee looked like she could provide some middle relief when she threw out the first pitch, despite being 105 years old.

McKee was once married to a baseball player, and is now the oldest person to ever throw out the first pitch at a major league game.

The Padres made her the star of the day, and even pulled out a 2-1 win for her.

I’m not sure what everyone expected from Agnes, but the minute she started with the “Old-Timey Windup” I was positive things were on the right track.

Now that you’ve been wowed by an older person with a baseball, check out this kids moves with a phony foul ball.

 

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