Golfer John Daly throws depraved warmness on a ceremonial first pitch in St. Louis There are few personalities as particular in pro
sports activities as John Daly's. The long-time golfing legend has constructed a persona around his colourful (and surly) demeanor,
his straight-shooting attitude, a few great clothes, and, of path, having masses of talent to be a golfer on the PGA Tour. I'm no longer a detective
with the aid of any means, however we is probably forgetting certainly one of Daly's talents he would not get to share too regularly - his rocket arm at the baseball mound.
Before the Cardinals and Nationals squared off on Wednesday night time, Daly changed into marked down for the ceremonial first pitch.
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sports activities news immediately for your inbox Man, it's a live arm. Right to the catcher's glove and a smooth shipping as may be. And in turn-flops!
I mean, no hyperbole, it's virtually one of the higher first pitches I've personally ever seen.At this point, it is probably fair to surprise -