Viral Red Sox Ceremonial First Pitch Nails Photographer Right in the Groin
A ceremonial first pitch at Fenway Park was just a bit outside, nailing an unwitting photographer right in the groin Wednesday night.
Boston Red Sox fan Jordan Leandre, a bone cancer survivor, air-mailed the throw during a pregame ceremony honoring the 1967 A.L. pennant-winning team.
The clip quickly went viral...
Red Sox first pitch tonight right on the money $$$$ pic.twitter.com/hrVPvrSUEC
— Jared Tokarz (@NFLDraftInsider) August 16, 2017
The photographer, Tony Capobianco, was OK, laughing it off on Twitter and sharing a great photo of the incoming baseball.
THANK THE LAWD it was just a bit outside https://t.co/FLnQffF2Kr
— Tony Capobianco (@TonyCapobianco) August 16, 2017
Feel free to caption this, America pic.twitter.com/ZUXdacFAXV
— Tony Capobianco (@TonyCapobianco) August 17, 2017
The team also honored The Jimmy Fund, where Leandre was treated, in the pregame festivities. The first-place Sox went on to a dramatic 5-4 walk-off win over the Cardinals.