The nun who launched a perfect strike at a Chicago White Sox game took aim at the "Fox & Friends" dunk tank on Tuesday, soaking co-host Ainsley Earhardt.

Sister Mary Jo Sobieck's rose to internet fame after she tossed a gem of a first pitch before Saturday's game against the Kansas City Royals.

Sobieck, who works at Marian Catholic High School in Chicago Heights, successfully dunked Earhardt after a few throws on the Fox News plaza.


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Sobieck, who said she's pitched since she was young, was selected to toss the ceremonial first pitch because the school was being honored that night at the stadium.

"More than my love for sport, I hope people recognize my joy for the gospel and love for life," she said.

After impressively bouncing the ball off her arm and catching it numerous times, Sobieck eventually nailed the target and dunked Earhardt underwater.

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